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#175909
Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
Corbyn is reasonable and sensible and far more complicated than May. Marr keeps trying to get him to make a simplistic extreme admission; Corbyn refuses to do so. Why MUST media always want extreme, simplistic answers (Yes or No) to complex questions?
 
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#175911
Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
Likewise Boris weak; he could not explain why the weapon of use is so important (OK for Assad to kill opposition with bombs and guns; just not chlorine). And Corbyn's revelation that chlorine is easily made implies ISIS and others could easily have made it and used it to get propaganda.
 
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#175914
Titanicboy

Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
Couldn’t agree more about JC on Marr. He is so obviously head and shoulders above the rest in the political herd - including the blustering, yet surprisingly shrewd, Foreign Secretary
 
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#175916
Titanicboy

Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
David Liddington reasoned and impressive on Peston too
 
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#175917
Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
Dozens of E Mails regarding this; none from ITK. I wonder how the May local elections will go? Here in Westminster one voter will be ticking all the Labour boxes (for the first ever time).
 
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#175920
robbiex

Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
We still don't have a proper explanation as to why there was no vote in parliament on this. She had time enough to bring the cabinet together so she would have had time to reconvene parliament. I suspect the reason would be that she might lose that vote and make her look even weaker than she already is.
 
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#175923
In The Know

Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Dozens of E Mails regarding this; none from ITK. I wonder how the May local elections will go? Here in Westminster one voter will be ticking all the Labour boxes (for the first ever time).

The deniers are out in force !

The same ones who question every single sex conviction - unless of course they are acquitted, then its never questioned ... lol - even after all the evidence has been produced, they STILL try and cast doubt !

With Corbyn (the Surrender Monkey) in charge a foreign enemy would be raping your daughter before he had made up his mind !!!

You get what I call the "non thinkers" (people like Honey! ... who has an opinion but still has to ask what its all about ... lol !) ... the same ones who voted Brexit, but will be horrified when they see what Brexit brings (no bucket loads of cash for Brits when get rid of the foreigners - just hospitals closing down everywhere !)

As for the local elections, I think Labour will do well - they OUGHT to do well as the opposition can (and Labour DOES !!! - remember wiping out Student Loans?? ... lol !) promise the earth knowing they will never have to deliver !!!!

If the government was was unpopular as the Loonies try and pretend then Labour should be miles in front ... THEY ARE NOT !
 
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#175930
Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
I suspect more and more people in the UK are doubting May's ability and balance and are starting to respect Corbyn. But there will always be a few wanting violence if possible.
 
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In The Know

Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
robbiex wrote:
We still don't have a proper explanation as to why there was no vote in parliament on this.

A vote in Parliament is not needed - and never has been.

Blair offered one (on Iraq) - and look where that got us !

Parliament can NEVER make a proper judgement because they only know what we do - and do not see the very sensitive security information.

Also, a debate will alert the opponent (they can watch BBC Parliament in Russia, you know !) and give away our intentions.

The element of surprise is important.

The Syrians were "caught out" last week because the weapons inspectors were due on Saturday, and they didn't think an attack would happen before that. IT DID !
 
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#175935
ff57

Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
robbiex wrote:
We still don't have a proper explanation as to why there was no vote in parliament on this. She had time enough to bring the cabinet together so she would have had time to reconvene parliament. I suspect the reason would be that she might lose that vote and make her look even weaker than she already is.

NO it was incase corbyn leaked anything to his buddy putin
 
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#175944
Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
In The Know wrote:
JK2006 wrote:
Dozens of E Mails regarding this; none from ITK. I wonder how the May local elections will go? Here in Westminster one voter will be ticking all the Labour boxes (for the first ever time).

The deniers are out in force !

The same ones who question every single sex conviction - unless of course they are acquitted, then its never questioned ... lol - even after all the evidence has been produced, they STILL try and cast doubt !

With Corbyn (the Surrender Monkey) in charge a foreign enemy would be raping your daughter before he had made up his mind !!!

You get what I call the "non thinkers" (people like Honey! ... who has an opinion but still has to ask what its all about ... lol !) ... the same ones who voted Brexit, but will be horrified when they see what Brexit brings (no bucket loads of cash for Brits when get rid of the foreigners - just hospitals closing down everywhere !)

As for the local elections, I think Labour will do well - they OUGHT to do well as the opposition can (and Labour DOES !!! - remember wiping out Student Loans?? ... lol !) promise the earth knowing they will never have to deliver !!!!

If the government was was unpopular as the Loonies try and pretend then Labour should be miles in front ... THEY ARE NOT !


What the hell do you think you are playing at calling me a non thinker???!!!

You say I "have an opinion but still have to ask what its all about"
You are very wrong.

If I DONT have an opinion I SHUT UP ABOUT IT
until I have enough information to decide, rather than bleating away about nothing!
And if I DONT know about something I will ask. You learn a lot more that way than pretending you know it all!

And NO! I DIDNT VOTE FOR FLAMING BREXIT EITHER!
 
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#175956
In The Know

Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:

What the hell do you think you are playing at calling me a non thinker???!!!

You say I "have an opinion but still have to ask what its all about"
You are very wrong.

If I DONT have an opinion I SHUT UP ABOUT IT
until I have enough information to decide, rather than bleating away about nothing!
And if I DONT know about something I will ask. You learn a lot more that way than pretending you know it all!


I thought you were expressing an opinion here - www.kingofhits.co.uk/component/option,co...imitstart,40/#175313
 
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#175959
hedda

Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Likewise Boris weak; he could not explain why the weapon of use is so important (OK for Assad to kill opposition with bombs and guns; just not chlorine). And Corbyn's revelation that chlorine is easily made implies ISIS and others could easily have made it and used it to get propaganda.

Indeed..a way of ISIL / Al Qaeda / Syrian rebels getting the US / UK to bomb Assad.
Especially when Assad is winning and has almost defeted his opposition.

But who knows in the Fog of War?
 
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#175962
Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
In the Sunday Times the dreadful accusation proving chemical weapons was that a child's sweater "smelled like a swimming pool". The child herself seemed to be recovering well which she would not be doing had bombs, guns or knives been used. Even those two Russians in Salisbury seem to be getting better after their nerve gas attack. Nobody can explain to me why there is so much hysteria about this relatively harmless weapon when murder by other methods is absolutely fine. I suspect it is simply that society has not caught up and regards POISON (Agatha Christie's weapon of choice) as far worse than a nuclear blast. Rather as we insist on keeping Trident, now far less useful than Cyber Protection.
 
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#175972
Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
In The Know wrote:
honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:

What the hell do you think you are playing at calling me a non thinker???!!!

You say I "have an opinion but still have to ask what its all about"
You are very wrong.

If I DONT have an opinion I SHUT UP ABOUT IT
until I have enough information to decide, rather than bleating away about nothing!
And if I DONT know about something I will ask. You learn a lot more that way than pretending you know it all!


I thought you were expressing an opinion here - www.kingofhits.co.uk/component/option,co...imitstart,40/#175313



Then you thought wrong! Not giving a stuff indicates NOT having an opinion, and it was a response to you saying that
"Not a single person on this board believed the world would stand by us" when I (and others) hadn't commented at all!
 
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#175979
Re:Corbyn so good (again) on Marr 8 Months ago  
ITK does tend to get annoyed at the slightest suggestion that some people might consider Corbyn would be a better PM than May. He has proved to be a far better TV personality. My opinion is - he certainly could not be any worse. Media May just obeys instructions.
 
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