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ReadOnly
 05 Jun 2017, 21:20 #227067 Reply To Post
Couple more days...



Jez we can!
“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster... for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you.”

http://amonsterinthemirror.blogspot.co.uk/
notleyab
 06 Jun 2017, 09:03 #227075 Reply To Post
A coalition at least...
Get rid of not so Snow White MayTron & her septic dwarfs while limiting some of JC's wilder plans.
Best of all - with a bit of a push from the Scots - save the UK from breaking up & have a 2nd ref to ditch Brexit....
Zuckerberg Shmuckerberg, Starbucks Sucks
pipio
 07 Jun 2017, 20:11 #227094 Reply To Post
Yes it is an important day in our country's history.

I have really enjoyed the election lead-up this time. The bookies say the Tories will shade it, Labour at more or less the same odds they gave a Leave vote.

With the support of the corporations and tax dodgers, the deluge of risible Tory propaganda in the right-wing press, the early and corruptible postal vote system and Tory fake news Facebook ads through their allies Cambridge Analytica (they put the anal into analytics), it seems likely.

Corbyn has managed to deliver a remarkable campaign despite dirty tricks and minor slips. Doyen for the left and adulated by the young (if only he'd had the same passion for the Remain campaign) he'll probably outlast May who has been exposed as a muppet. Along with Trump, she supports the Saudi/Wahibi funders of terror attacks in Manchester, London and Tehran, scrapped 20,000 community police officers and the vital intel they may have gleaned and will apply that same ignorant arrogance to the Brexit negotiations. If the Liberals win we'll get another vote on Brexit and all be smoking spliff. Even that sounds better than May. A coalition will be a rainbow. Someone will sell out and bed the Tories.

We'll not have a chance to get this close to changing the lives of the vulnerable until 2022. Hope we're all still alive.
This post was last edited by pipio, 07 Jun 2017, 20:17
... an honest insult is so much better than an insincere flattery...
pipio
 07 Jun 2017, 20:13 #227095 Reply To Post
;)
This post was last edited by pipio, 07 Jun 2017, 20:18
... an honest insult is so much better than an insincere flattery...
ReadOnly
 09 Jun 2017, 22:31 #227144 Reply To Post
I give Con plus DUP till end of year at most.

Then we'll see.
“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster... for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you.”

http://amonsterinthemirror.blogspot.co.uk/
notleyab
 10 Jun 2017, 10:43 #227154 Reply To Post
Quote: DrGuessWho, Saturday, 10 Jun 2017 10:18




I think it was a great election. We will get a softer Brexit, the lib dems are on the rise again, Labour is agreeing with itself, populism may be on the rise but was defeated.

Cherche la difference.



What the hell was great?
Any form of Brexit is bad & why shd the woman who changes her mind more often than her shoes now go for a softer one?
Even if she shd, that wd leave neither teh Brexiteers nor the Remainers happy abt the referendum result.
In other words: how to not please all of the pple (bar Wriggly??) all of the time.
Given the situation, the only sensible solution is a second referendum in which pple get to reflect on how they have bn CONned & now DUPed over Brexit.
Zuckerberg Shmuckerberg, Starbucks Sucks
notleyab
 11 Jun 2017, 13:31 #227161 Reply To Post
Quote: DrGuessWho, Sunday, 11 Jun 2017 11:51



The UK doesn't "need" Jeremy Corbyn.




Perhaps not...
But at least he's credible- unlike the BAW (bloody awkward woman)
She's shown herself to be a total opportunist, switching camps to grab the premiership.
All very well blaming her advisers for her PPP (piss poor performance) . But that just goes to highlight how pathetic the woman is.
The sad thing is she may actually be more competent than most of her cabinet.
That toxic mob who are pooping themselves over what to do to get the country out of the chaos created by DC & now May, BoJo & Co
The EU will make mincemeat of her & her team.. After all, they've got all the cards.
The best she can go for is huff off & refuse to pay the bills, thus pissing off closest allies even more.
Better still, just throw in the towel, Maytron.
You & yr toxic gang are an embarrassment, even bigger with the DUP onboard.
Then Brexit can be ditched with all the fingers of blame pointing directly at who was responsible for causing the chaos.
That shd keep the Cons out of polittics for a while ..
Zuckerberg Shmuckerberg, Starbucks Sucks
notleyab
 11 Jun 2017, 13:39 #227162 Reply To Post
Quote: DrGuessWho, Saturday, 10 Jun 2017 10:18


My main objection to JC was that he would not provide an effective opposition that is an essential ingredient of democracy.


YET another gem from the oracle !
A sound opposition helps.
BUT the No 1 essential is having an effective government..
Zuckerberg Shmuckerberg, Starbucks Sucks
ReadOnly
 12 Jun 2017, 20:32 #227178 Reply To Post
Did you see Carol Ann Duffy's poem "Campaign" - I'll dig it out. Masterpiece.
“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster... for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you.”

http://amonsterinthemirror.blogspot.co.uk/
ReadOnly
 12 Jun 2017, 20:33 #227179 Reply To Post
In which her body was a question-mark

querying her lies; her mouth a ballot-box that bit the hand that fed. Her eyes? They swivelled for a jackpot win. Her heart was a stolen purse;

her rhetoric an empty vicarage, the windows smashed.

Then her feet grew sharp stilettos, awkward.

Then she had balls, believe it.

When she woke,

her nose was bloody, difficult.

The furious young

ran towards her through the fields of wheat.
“Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster... for when you gaze long into the abyss. The abyss gazes also into you.”

http://amonsterinthemirror.blogspot.co.uk/
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