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TOPIC: I am confused. I
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I am confused. I 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
If we want Brexit we have to vote for "bigot dressed as a buffoon" Boris, and if we dont want it we are forced to vote for "most unlikable man in the world" Corbyn?
Or have I got it jumbled?

I didnt even want to vote about Brexit in the first place!
 
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Barney

Re:I am confused. I 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
Badly confused, Honey.

JC had the courage to fight for unpopular causes - as a hard working MP, for 40 years.

And Boris is an academic (5/6 languages, including Latin and Greek). A Spectator Editor too.


Unthinkable buffoons...no...



 
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wyot

Re:I am confused. I 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
I'm with Honey Barney. JC has been an MP for years I am sure has championed some good causes along with terrorists, v muddled. BJ is not and never been an academic. He went to University; there is a difference.....
 
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Re:I am confused. I 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
Barney wrote:
Badly confused, Honey.

JC had the courage to fight for unpopular causes - as a hard working MP, for 40 years.

And Boris is an academic (5/6 languages, including Latin and Greek). A Spectator Editor too.


Unthinkable buffoons...no...





I didnt call him a buffoon, Barney. I am very well aware of his achievements. I, (actually I am quoting Leannne Best, who hit the nail on the head) called him a bigot DRESSED UP AS a buffoon. (clever move).

Corbyn might well be brilliantly clever, dignified and determined - but he is still a bloody horrible man and I am not alone in thinking so!

But seriously, I am not impressed by the second referendum dressed up as an election.

I would be interested to hear how you think it will go, Barney?
 
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Barney

Re:I am confused. I 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
wyot wrote:
I'm with Honey Barney. JC has been an MP for years I am sure has championed some good causes along with terrorists, v muddled. BJ is not and never been an academic. He went to University; there is a difference.....

A Dream of Rome and Lend Me Your Ears - just some of his publications. Scholar, accomplished linguist and historian.

Former Mayor of London and Foreign Secretary, journalist, TV broadcaster - and Spectator editor.

Rather more educated and creative than former bank manager Major and lawyer Blair - on becoming PM?


 
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wyot

Re:I am confused. I 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Well yes he may be an amateur historian Barney...

From how it is going so far at least the chapter in his future book on British political leaders headed "Bojo" won't take him too long to write...

May amount to a footnote, in fact....

😂
 
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hedda

Re:I am confused. I 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:
If we want Brexit we have to vote for "bigot dressed as a buffoon" Boris, and if we dont want it we are forced to vote for "most unlikable man in the world" Corbyn?
Or have I got it jumbled?

I didnt even want to vote about Brexit in the first place!


poor dear..confused.

Is Jeremy Corbyn unpopular though?

Seeing Labour under his leadership got such an historic huge vote just 2 years ago, I mean they didn't get it because Jeremy is "unpopular" surely?
And seeing little has changed with Labour (the exaggerated antisemitic campaign has fizzled out) won't those voters still vote for Labour? I cannot see why they won't.

One thing that is glaring: the largely right-wing media are the ones who demand Corbvyn be removed. Why? If they think he's such a disaster for Labour wouldn't they prefer he stayed?. Obviously they really fear he will win.

I'm still not sure though as I'm really pissed of with Britain's rediculous "first past the post" system having seen now how Australia's rigidly applied proportional representation and preferential voting gives he country very stable government that reflects the vast majority along with a powerful Upper House dominated by small parties who hold the balance of power and can nip in the bud the excesses of loonies.

# so you get people who vote for either left or right wing parties in the main House plumping for powerful parties like The Greens in the Senate so they will prevent either going haywire or extremist.
 
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Bookworm

Re:I am confused. I 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Labour seem reluctant to want a GE. Abbott gave some spiel about not wanting it on Boris terms.

I think the Beech saga could be worrying them.

You just know the (agenda-driven) and Corbyn hating media will be going for the Labour jugular as soon as a GE is announced.

It is a bit of a pickle.

I say boot Watson and anybody else who is a liability.
 
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