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The Conservative Party - Part Two.

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55 minutes ago, Anna B said:

Jeremy Corbyn has just been voted the Best Prime Minister we neverhad.

I doubt a puppet like Starmer could get elected, and he wouldn't make any difference anyway. If he could make a difference he would be stopped. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By who???  A load more deluded fantasists who still have their heads burried in the sand.

 

Goodness sake what more is it going to take to drag some people back to reality.  If the worst election defeat since the 1930s doesn't get the message across what will.

 

Toxic. Incompetent. Loser.   Good riddance.  

 

The Tories now face some proper opposition from someone who isn't alienating the wider electorate, understands when and where they need to concede, properly understands the weak points and potentially has enough of the broad centrist appeal needed to actually win an election.     

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3 hours ago, ECCOnoob said:

By who???  A load more deluded fantasists who still have their heads burried in the sand.

 

Goodness sake what more is it going to take to drag some people back to reality.  If the worst election defeat since the 1930s doesn't get the message across what will.

 

Toxic. Incompetent. Loser.   Good riddance.  

 

The Tories now face some proper opposition from someone who isn't alienating the wider electorate, understands when and where they need to concede, properly understands the weak points and potentially has enough of the broad centrist appeal needed to actually win an election.     

 

 

Jeremy Corbyn galvanised British politics in a way no other politician has done.

If you remember, prior to his leadership people were deciding not to bother voting at all as it made no difference.  Apathy and disillusionment was everywhere. Successive polls were in the doldrums, with only around 30% voting.

However, thanks to JC  membership of the Labour party shot up, making it the biggest political party in Europe. He was adored, especially by the young who were in awe of a genuine, honest politician with principles and ideas that chimed with the way they were thinking. So were a good many other people who bothered to look beyond the headlines and learn what he was really about. He sparked an interest in politics which had been sadly lacking for a long time. 

 

Now unfortunately the apathy is back.  Few people could care less about Starmer. He lacks character and charisma, which I admit Boris has in spades. It's just a pity about Boris' incompetence, lies, and total lack of integrity. 

 

It's back to the same old same old. I haven't heard a single pledge from Starmer, nor anything of interest to get me excited about the Labour party. They're even wheeling out old timerYvette Cooper as a spokesperson for heaven's sake, is that the best they can do?

 

Without the huge  following of Corbynistas turning out in large numbers, I'm not sure greyman Starmer can even win. Who wants to turn out on a cold night  just to get more Tory Lite?

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2 hours ago, Anna B said:

Now unfortunately the apathy is back.  Few people could care less about Starmer. He lacks character and charisma, which I admit Boris has in spades. It's just a pity about Boris' incompetence, lies, and total lack of integrity. 

It's back to the same old same old. I haven't heard a single pledge from Starmer, nor anything of interest to get me excited about the Labour party.

 

Maybe people should vote for the best policies and not a charismatic leader?

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3 hours ago, Anna B said:

 

 

Jeremy Corbyn galvanised British politics in a way no other politician has done.

If you remember, prior to his leadership people were deciding not to bother voting at all as it made no difference.  Apathy and disillusionment was everywhere. Successive polls were in the doldrums, with only around 30% voting.

However, thanks to JC  membership of the Labour party shot up, making it the biggest political party in Europe. He was adored, especially by the young who were in awe of a genuine, honest politician with principles and ideas that chimed with the way they were thinking. So were a good many other people who bothered to look beyond the headlines and learn what he was really about. He sparked an interest in politics which had been sadly lacking for a long time. 

 

Now unfortunately the apathy is back.  Few people could care less about Starmer. He lacks character and charisma, which I admit Boris has in spades. It's just a pity about Boris' incompetence, lies, and total lack of integrity. 

 

It's back to the same old same old. I haven't heard a single pledge from Starmer, nor anything of interest to get me excited about the Labour party. They're even wheeling out old timerYvette Cooper as a spokesperson for heaven's sake, is that the best they can do?

 

Without the huge  following of Corbynistas turning out in large numbers, I'm not sure greyman Starmer can even win. Who wants to turn out on a cold night  just to get more Tory Lite?

I couldn't agree more.

We now have no one worth voting for in any party

1 hour ago, El Cid said:

Maybe people should vote for the best policies and not a charismatic leader?

I haven't heard of any real policies from any of them except dodge the next bullet and hope for the best.

All they do is pull each other down instead of putting forward real alternatives.

Meanwhile the country goes down the plug hole whilst they stay on the gravy train.

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I see Boris Johnson has bravely and honourably refused to meet with representatives from a support group whose relatives have died from COVID-19. 

No doubt he's very busy hiding in a fridge, shagging, or playing tennis so that he can make more money for Conservative Party funds.

He's pathetic.

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4 hours ago, Anna B said:

 

 

Jeremy Corbyn galvanised British politics in a way no other politician has done.

If you remember, prior to his leadership people were deciding not to bother voting at all as it made no difference.  Apathy and disillusionment was everywhere. Successive polls were in the doldrums, with only around 30% voting.

However, thanks to JC  membership of the Labour party shot up, making it the biggest political party in Europe. He was adored, especially by the young who were in awe of a genuine, honest politician with principles and ideas that chimed with the way they were thinking. So were a good many other people who bothered to look beyond the headlines and learn what he was really about. He sparked an interest in politics which had been sadly lacking for a long time. 

 

Now unfortunately the apathy is back.  Few people could care less about Starmer. He lacks character and charisma, which I admit Boris has in spades. It's just a pity about Boris' incompetence, lies, and total lack of integrity. 

 

It's back to the same old same old. I haven't heard a single pledge from Starmer, nor anything of interest to get me excited about the Labour party. They're even wheeling out old timerYvette Cooper as a spokesperson for heaven's sake, is that the best they can do?

 

Without the huge  following of Corbynistas turning out in large numbers, I'm not sure greyman Starmer can even win. Who wants to turn out on a cold night  just to get more Tory Lite?

Give it up Anna. He's gone back to the abyss of the backbench, but since you posted..........

 

First bold - Where were they on voting day (either of them, especially the second one where they got decimated)

Second bold - So much in awe that they couldn't find a polling booth or they had seen through him by 2019

Third bold - Opinion polls would suggest different considering Labour are now nearly level to the Tories rather than 26 points behind under JC

Fourth bold - Go vote socialist party then. 

Fifth bold  - They arent Corbynistas, they are Labour party members. There is no Corbyn party. Its Labour. Whether people choose to vote Labour or not is their decision. And lets face it, based on the previous "huge following of "Corbynistas turning out" it wouldn't make that much difference. Certainly didn't make a difference last year

 

I thought this was the Tory thread anyway

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1 hour ago, Mister M said:

I see Boris Johnson has bravely and honourably refused to meet with representatives from a support group whose relatives have died from COVID-19. 

No doubt he's very busy hiding in a fridge, shagging, or playing tennis so that he can make more money for Conservative Party funds.

He's pathetic.

The group want a public inquiry. The Prime Minister has already stated several times it's too early to have a public inquiry. He's busy running the country at a time when a global pandemic still exists.

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5 minutes ago, West 77 said:

The group want a public inquiry. The Prime Minister has already stated several times it's too early to have a public inquiry. He's busy running the country at a time when a global pandemic still exists.

There’s no obvious evidence of that.

His success was based on a very public and ebullient character,which has been found wanting for the current problems.

 

 

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11 hours ago, Anna B said:

Jeremy Corbyn has just been voted the Best Prime Minister we neverhad.

I doubt a puppet like Starmer could get elected, and he wouldn't make any difference anyway. If he could make a difference he would be stopped. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://news.sky.com/story/jeremy-corbyn-former-labour-leader-voted-best-prime-minister-britain-never-had-in-twitter-poll-12060443

Is this the poll you are on about

 

An unofficial Twitter poll gives him the top

An official YouGov poll ranks him bottom with a score of minus 53

 

Hmm which is more credible?

 

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6 hours ago, Anna B said:

However, thanks to JC  membership of the Labour party shot up, making it the biggest political party in Europe.

And then proceeded to shoot back down again

 

Labour membership falls 10% amid unrest over Brexit stance
Concerns about Labour’s record in tackling antisemitism also cited by MPs as driving disillusionment

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/feb/05/labour-membership-falls-10-amid-unrest-over-brexit-stance

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43 minutes ago, West 77 said:

The group want a public inquiry. The Prime Minister has already stated several times it's too early to have a public inquiry. He's busy running the country at a time when a global pandemic still exists.

Hmm.... he also refused to meet with Andrew Neil before the election for a televised face to face interview. No doubt he was too busy then ruining the country to bother to turn up.

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