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you can almost hear the maybot's circuits about to blow in the face of a question that exposes her complete lack of humanity.

does not compute, does not compute ... BOOM

 

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OK so we've all made jokes and things but...has anyone given real consideration to the fact she might not actually be human?

 

The evidence is starting to build up, shes sort of like those tiny guys who pilot robot bodies in Men in Black...or the guy in the edgar suit.

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1 minute ago, Andrew said:

 

Thats not what the winner of a GE gets

 

Do they get authority? Does she have that?

 

Anyway this is pointless, yes she won the GE :lol:

 

She has no authority, majority, mandate or power, but she is technically the PM.

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8 minutes ago, Rayvin said:

 

Do they get authority? Does she have that?

 

Anyway this is pointless, yes she won the GE :lol:

 

She has no authority, majority, mandate or power, but she is technically the PM.

 

 

All of those are because shes hopeless as is her government, as it was before and during the election.

 

And shes still the PM.

 

And come to think of it, if she has so little of those things, what does that say about the people she beat?

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I acknowledged Corbyn's failings and unsuitability to lead, and my error in backing him, months ago. I'm not CT.

 

Even though I still think Momentum made a solid fist of that GE considering where they had to come back from in the polls.

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1 minute ago, Rayvin said:

I acknowledged Corbyn's failings and unsuitability to lead, and my error in backing him, months ago. I'm not CT.

 

Even though I still think Momentum made a solid fist of that GE considering where they had to come back from in the polls.

 

Yeah but you also just argued that the PM didn't win the election because she doesn't look particularly happy.

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2 minutes ago, Andrew said:

 

Yeah but you also just argued that the PM didn't win the election because she doesn't look particularly happy.

 

That was facetious.

 

Although I do stand by the comment that politically, no one won the GE.

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4 hours ago, Meenzer said:

No one ever wins an election where the Tories end up as the biggest party.

 

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Yes, you've restated the 'technically' bit. Well done ;)

 

EDIT - Maybe need new disclaimers tbh: "Sometimes I make posts that require you to infer something beyond what I have explicitly stated."

 

I might start adding these to my signature.

 

The meaning was that the Tories lost their majority in an ill conceived attempt to establish a larger majority, and therefore failed in their political objective in calling the thing in the first place, thus weakening their position compared to where they were to begin with. Therefore, while they technically won the GE, they were net worse off than they were going into it. Thus, politically, they lost.

 

But you knew all that didn't you :D

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7 hours ago, Rayvin said:

 

Yes, you've restated the 'technically' bit. Well done ;)

 

EDIT - Maybe need new disclaimers tbh: "Sometimes I make posts that require you to infer something beyond what I have explicitly stated."

 

I might start adding these to my signature.

 

The meaning was that the Tories lost their majority in an ill conceived attempt to establish a larger majority, and therefore failed in their political objective in calling the thing in the first place, thus weakening their position compared to where they were to begin with. Therefore, while they technically won the GE, they were net worse off than they were going into it. Thus, politically, they lost.

 

But you knew all that didn't you :D

 

Slippery slope though that. You can’t stand by the literal meaning of your words when you make a post admiring Jacob reed-mogg (inferred) on one hand and then ask for inference elsewhere when you say the winners of the election didn’t win the election.

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7 hours ago, Rayvin said:

 

Yes, you've restated the 'technically' bit. Well done ;)

 

EDIT - Maybe need new disclaimers tbh: "Sometimes I make posts that require you to infer something beyond what I have explicitly stated."

 

I might start adding these to my signature.

 

The meaning was that the Tories lost their majority in an ill conceived attempt to establish a larger majority, and therefore failed in their political objective in calling the thing in the first place, thus weakening their position compared to where they were to begin with. Therefore, while they technically won the GE, they were net worse off than they were going into it. Thus, politically, they lost.

 

But you knew all that didn't you :D

 

Mate, I was just saying Tories are bad.

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