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bartos1976

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#31 07/01/2021 at 00:01



Best of it is. He'll probably be voted back in in 4 years
Skamp, 06/01/2021 at 21:47


If there was any justice he’d be in prison still 

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Owling_Wolf

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#32 07/01/2021 at 00:05

The man is utterly toxic, a threat to his own country and its citizens. Including the purblind berks who still seek to do his selfish bidding.  

We must not give opposition teams hope. We have to kill them. 

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HoylandOwl

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#33 07/01/2021 at 09:09

Last night was almost unbelievable. Then again, SOME of his 'supporters' are well, 5 sandwiches short of a picnic. 

13.11.2010 at 20.51 emre...tbh, Hoylands goal gave me a semi 

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bartos1976

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#34 07/01/2021 at 09:16

I'm worried for AB, does anyone know if he was in the US yesterday? 

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MPB

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#35 07/01/2021 at 09:54

The man is utterly toxic, a threat to his own country and its citizens. Including the purblind berks who still seek to do his selfish bidding.
Owling_Wolf, 07/01/2021 at 00:05



The interviews with the bellends who were storming Washington was unreal.....I'm sure that hillbilly off the Simpsons was on of em!

PARRY CAN GO F@#* HIMSELF!! 

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AndyBen

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#36 07/01/2021 at 10:13

Anybody want some of Nancy Pelosi's hairspray?

Got half a box from a pal in DC 

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TommyCraig6

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#37 07/01/2021 at 10:52

And Priti Patel going on about the beacon of democracy! Bullshit. Johnson and his cronies quite happy to call Trump a friend of Britain.
Civil War looking over there and the end of the Republican party as we know it. 

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Owling_Wolf

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#38 07/01/2021 at 11:59

I truly hope their military don't let the sociopath anywhere near the red button.  

We must not give opposition teams hope. We have to kill them. 

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CDLF

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#39 07/01/2021 at 12:29

That isn't the case at all, Skamp and you know it.

Easy to forget that Johnson and the ERG stopped Brexit being delivered earlier by voting repeatedly against May's deal because it wasn't the Brexit that their small but powerful group wanted. Wasn't that frustrating the will of the people for their own ends?
Baresi, 06/01/2021 at 22:36



That's out of order. May's deal wasn't Brexit in any way shape or form. It was nothing like what Leavers actually voted for and you know it.

Why the constant reference to left and right wingers? I don't mean you personally, but it does seem to be a constant feature when politics are being discussed on this site. Do you believe that everyone that voted Remain or Leave fell into one or the other category.

Clever/Stupid...Kind/Evil...Altruistic/Sp iteful etc.

In your post, you seem to be suggesting that anyone who supports the right is self serving and without empathy for anyone else. Do you think that those on the left don't have such traits?

Do you honestly believe that people who are inclined to the right in British politics support a nutter who has blagged his way into the White House, or that people of a leftist inclination support a dangerous madman who has bullied his way into the Kremlin? Is life really that black and white to you?

I know it is to people like TC6 because of his overt hatred of anyone who supports the Conservatives...but surely he is an exception.

I'm curious to know why left supporting posters on here seek to try and tarnish right supporting posters with guilt by association with Trump who is absolutely nothing to do with anyone in this country.

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Bradders23

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#40 07/01/2021 at 13:38




That's out of order. May's deal wasn't Brexit in any way shape or form. It was nothing like what Leavers actually voted for and you know it.

Why the constant reference to left and right wingers? I don't mean you personally, but it does seem to be a constant feature when politics are being discussed on this site. Do you believe that everyone that voted Remain or Leave fell into one or the other category.

Clever/Stupid...Kind/Evil...Altruistic/Sp iteful etc.

In your post, you seem to be suggesting that anyone who supports the right is self serving and without empathy for anyone else. Do you think that those on the left don't have such traits?

Do you honestly believe that people who are inclined to the right in British politics support a nutter who has blagged his way into the White House, or that people of a leftist inclination support a dangerous madman who has bullied his way into the Kremlin? Is life really that black and white to you?

I know it is to people like TC6 because of his overt hatred of anyone who supports the Conservatives...but surely he is an exception.

I'm curious to know why left supporting posters on here seek to try and tarnish right supporting posters with guilt by association with Trump who is absolutely nothing to do with anyone in this country.

CDLF, 07/01/2021 at 12:29


Yes, plenty of right leaning people in this country DO overtly support Trump - there's a few on here for instance.

The thing about Trump is that many of the people behind him are also the people behind this right leaning Government, eg Bannon (not Barry) who wrote speeches for Johnson and was a White House Chief Strategist, Matthew & Sarah Elliott about whom you really should read up to see who they are linked to. In the end, it all links together and what happens in the USA tends to follow in the UK.

I do agree with your point about seeing politics in black and white with no nuances, i've been making the same point on this site for what feels like ages.
I can work out the difference in posters between far right, right of centre, centrist, left leaning, far left and really most people tend to sit in the left of centre/centre/right of centre axis - that's where most of the population sit and it's why people tend to get along because fundamentally there arent too many huge differences (before Brexit). On this site, where you have vocal supporters at either end of the scale, arguments get distorted and simplified. I can't really see that changing which I guess is why these threads get out here, out of the way of folks who don't want to read this bollocks Thumbsup  

Of course there are cracks, that's how the light gets in. 

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TommyCraig6

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#41 07/01/2021 at 14:30




That's out of order. May's deal wasn't Brexit in any way shape or form. It was nothing like what Leavers actually voted for and you know it.

Why the constant reference to left and right wingers? I don't mean you personally, but it does seem to be a constant feature when politics are being discussed on this site. Do you believe that everyone that voted Remain or Leave fell into one or the other category.

Clever/Stupid...Kind/Evil...Altruistic/Sp iteful etc.

In your post, you seem to be suggesting that anyone who supports the right is self serving and without empathy for anyone else. Do you think that those on the left don't have such traits?

Do you honestly believe that people who are inclined to the right in British politics support a nutter who has blagged his way into the White House, or that people of a leftist inclination support a dangerous madman who has bullied his way into the Kremlin? Is life really that black and white to you?

I know it is to people like TC6 because of his overt hatred of anyone who supports the Conservatives...but surely he is an exception.

I'm curious to know why left supporting posters on here seek to try and tarnish right supporting posters with guilt by association with Trump who is absolutely nothing to do with anyone in this country.

CDLF, 07/01/2021 at 12:29


There are some very decent Conservativesso, as usual you are talking shite.

Harold McMillan, Rab Butler, Ken Clarke, John Major, Dominic Grieve and many more. Unfortunately those still living have been swept aside by the likes of you in that party. Decent Conservatives are now on the periphery of the party.

Johnson has refused to condemn Trump and, by the way, Johnson was a remainer like the rest of his family until he realsied he could become Prime Minister by aligning himself with Farage and the ERG nutters in the party. He, like the rest of his cabinet (Sunak excepted) is completely out of his depth and couldn't run a piss up in a brewery. Everything he has promised regarding fight against pandemic has proved to be bullshit. I get the impression that there are quite a few regretting voting for him.  

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TommyCraig6

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#42 07/01/2021 at 14:41

Conservatives I know are thoroughly fed up with Johnson and agree that he is out of his depth.

Yes. I do know some. I share journey's to Hillsborough with a Tory. Known him for 35 years and count him as a friend. Some of us are more interested in politics than some but anyone with a modicom of intelligence should see that Johnson is a conman.

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CDLF

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#43 07/01/2021 at 15:51



There are some very decent Conservativesso, as usual you are talking shite.

Harold McMillan, Rab Butler, Ken Clarke, John Major, Dominic Grieve and many more. Unfortunately those still living have been swept aside by the likes of you in that party. Decent Conservatives are now on the periphery of the party.

Johnson has refused to condemn Trump and, by the way, Johnson was a remainer like the rest of his family until he realsied he could become Prime Minister by aligning himself with Farage and the ERG nutters in the party. He, like the rest of his cabinet (Sunak excepted) is completely out of his depth and couldn't run a piss up in a brewery. Everything he has promised regarding fight against pandemic has proved to be bullshit. I get the impression that there are quite a few regretting voting for him.
TommyCraig6, 07/01/2021 at 14:30


Wow!...just Wow! Wow

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TommyCraig6

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#44 07/01/2021 at 16:50

Johnson to ask business leaders which EU rules they want to ditch. Goodbye to working safeguards, company pensions, paid sick leave.

The race to the bottom has begun. Unions will not be consulted. 

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Baresi

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#45 07/01/2021 at 17:10

Much better odds of that than him being President ever again.

Trump's legacy...an attempted coup by him and his supporters.

No doubt he'll be saying that they're all "good people" and blaming any violence on Antifa.

Baresi, 06/01/2021 at 20:39


https://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-show/ right-s-new-conspiracy-theory-blame-left- capitol-riot-n1253250

So predictable... Trump's enablers doing his dirty work for them again.  

I ask you will Galway bate Mayo? Not if they have Willie Joe...they haven't a hope of beating Mayo! 

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