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Old 16th September 2016, 11:49   #581 (permalink)
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Correct, I do have a personal hatred of Jeremy Corbyn, mainly because he is anti-UK, how much more negative do you need. You keep on supporting him................ While he is leader of the Socialists. It keeps them out of office.

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JC, the tree hugging brigades no hope hero....
No ? Honestly ? who would have thought that the forum right wingers would have a poor opinion of a Labour Leader, real big surprise there, it's not like you'se have mentioned it before.
Just thinking, where are your Conny heroes these days? Farage, Osbourne, Cameron et al? Even Boris is still hiding behind the sofa.
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Old 16th September 2016, 15:08   #583 (permalink)
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In what way is he anti-UK? Do you have any evidence for such a sweeping statement?

Or is this just your bigotry showing through?
One has to snigger at your self righteousness.
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Re: Jeremy Corbyn possible reshuffle of Shadow Cabinet

[QUOTE=pete-speleo;1073735]In what way is he anti-UK? Do you have any evidence for such a sweeping statement?

Or is this just your bigotry showing through?[
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Probably my intolerance of Socialism coming to the fore, but wanting to get rid of the UK's retention of our Nuclear Deterrent is a good starting point so far as anti-UK is concerned.

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Old 16th September 2016, 15:54   #585 (permalink)
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I watched QT last night where Alistair Campbell heaped praise on Blair & how many elections that they had won under his leadership. Its the legacy what's left after these people have gone that's the problem & its getting more and more serious. A time surely must come where these people are not just names in an enquiry but also held accountable, not only from Labour but also Conservatives. If putting politicians in court for fiddling expenses is the best that the UK can do then its pathetic.
There is obviously a massive void in the Labour ranks at the moment, Smith may well be a good narrator but he certainly doesn't come over as what I think Labour represents, the fact that he gives complete dismissal of the referendum result is worrying.
Corbyn on the other hand is just too honest for the political game this day & age methinks. I'm no Labour voter but if I was I couldn't vote for Smith & to be honest for the benefit of the UK I don't think I could vote for Corbyn either.
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One has to snigger at your self righteousness.
Not me, i think he is spot on, carry on giggling.
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I watched QT last night where Alistair Campbell heaped praise on Blair & how many elections that they had won under his leadership. Its the legacy what's left after these people have gone that's the problem & its getting more and more serious. A time surely must come where these people are not just names in an enquiry but also held accountable, not only from Labour but also Conservatives. If putting politicians in court for fiddling expenses is the best that the UK can do then its pathetic.
There is obviously a massive void in the Labour ranks at the moment, Smith may well be a good narrator but he certainly doesn't come over as what I think Labour represents, the fact that he gives complete dismissal of the referendum result is worrying.
Corbyn on the other hand is just too honest for the political game this day & age methinks. I'm no Labour voter but if I was I couldn't vote for Smith & to be honest for the benefit of the UK I don't think I could vote for Corbyn either.
Many Labour supporters want to see the vestiges of "New Labour" gone, they wont go easily cos they are a practiced Machiavellian bunch whose main weapon is character assassination, not much policy but plenty of nasty names, bit like the Tories who they ape, Corbyn is seen as a new broom, he has fought his corner under attacks from all sides, never resorting to, or taking notice of the personal attacks, but he has held his place, ---anyone want to put money on Smith winning? i will take those bets, so the unelectable will be elected again with a large majority IMHO.

Start packing your bags Bill, England wont miss you.
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Many Labour supporters want to see the vestiges of "New Labour" gone, they wont go easily cos they are a practiced Machiavellian bunch whose main weapon is character assassination, not much policy but plenty of nasty names, bit like the Tories who they ape, Corbyn is seen as a new broom, he has fought his corner under attacks from all sides, never resorting to, or taking notice of the personal attacks, but he has held his place, ---anyone want to put money on Smith winning? i will take those bets, so the unelectable will be elected again with a large majority IMHO.

Start packing your bags Bill, England wont miss you.
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And therefore never to get in power. Happy days....
Power no but its the weakness in Opposition that's getting to be a worry.
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Re: Jeremy Corbyn possible reshuffle of Shadow Cabinet

When you think back to the mighty Blair years of hugely commanding majorities , and the floundering deadweights the Tories were forced to put up the IDS's and Willie Vagues you realise just how mercurial politics is.

After the ww2 Churchill was expected to win the election at a canter , but one speech , redolent of roses was enough to finish him.

The next election is four years away , anyone placing bets today is either omniscient or foolhardy.

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