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32 minutes ago, hobinfoot said:

Certainly not Corbyn.

Yeah yeah yeah...we all know who you dont want,  but who  do you WANT to get us out of this mess?

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33 minutes ago, hobinfoot said:

Certainly not Corbyn.

Well it's him or Boris. 

 

Better put it this way, both have the capacity to do a huge amount of damage. Who do you think will do the most. I reckon corbyn will set us back 5 years, Johnson 20 years.

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25 minutes ago, max said:

This is exactly what to expect on a thread about The Conservative Party - diversion. You can't articulate anything positive to say about the Tories so revert to the "anyone but Corbyn" mantra.

 

25 minutes ago, max said:

This is exactly what to expect on a thread about The Conservative Party - diversion. You can't articulate anything positive to say about the Tories so revert to the "anyone but Corbyn" mantra.

I’ve never been a socialist. But In the past there has been quite a few Labour MPs who I admire. Corbyn I find is a principled man but his politics are far to radical for me this also includes many life long Labour supporters.

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1 hour ago, hobinfoot said:

 

I’ve never been a socialist. But In the past there has been quite a few Labour MPs who I admire. Corbyn I find is a principled man but his politics are far to radical for me this also includes many life long Labour supporters.

So who do you want then? Come on don't be shy, who's gonna get us out of this mess?

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45 minutes ago, banjodeano said:

So who do you want then? Come on don't be shy, who's gonna get us out of this mess?

I believe the conservatives are best placed to do it.

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39 minutes ago, hobinfoot said:

I believe the conservatives are best placed to do it.

I am not entirely sure how you have come to that conclusion, but I admire your honesty, any chance you could elaborate for us?

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10 minutes ago, banjodeano said:

I am not entirely sure how you have come to that conclusion, but I admire your honesty, any chance you could elaborate for us?

You gotta laugh at the irony of anyone dismissing Labour's manifesto as "too radical"...and yet prepared to vote for as radical a party, as the current crop of Johnson/Raab/Patel/JRM/Grayling/IDS-led Conservatives! :D

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45 minutes ago, L00b said:

You gotta laugh at the irony of anyone dismissing Labour's manifesto as "too radical"...and yet prepared to vote for as radical a party, as the current crop of Johnson/Raab/Patel/JRM/Grayling/IDS-led Conservatives! :D

Depends how far right your brain is

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7 hours ago, banjodeano said:

Prey tell us all then what the solution is, more of the same?

Oh, if I only knew! 

I don't. And I'm not ashamed of admitting it. But I guess I have an advantage of not looking at political issues in "superhero vs villain" perspective.

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20 hours ago, Mister M said:

Perhaps you could articulate a positive reason why members on this forum should vote for the Conservative Party.

Keep up, paid up supporter of the Brexit Party.

 

Angel1.

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19 hours ago, tinfoilhat said:

You still a UKIP voter?

Yup. But as stated before, in our constituency there is a Brexit and Conservative candidate standing. As also stated, I see Labour getting in by the back door, by Brexit and Tory splitting their vote. To keep Labour out who will bankrupt the Country again for certain, the dilemma is, Brexit or a tactical vote.

 

Angel1.

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3 hours ago, L00b said:

You gotta laugh at the irony of anyone dismissing Labour's manifesto as "too radical"...and yet prepared to vote for as radical a party, as the current crop of Johnson/Raab/Patel/JRM/Grayling/IDS-led Conservatives! :D

And they're not even Conservatives, All NeoLiberals. And if you don't know what they are, look it up on Wikipedia.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neoliberalism

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