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Then she spent the day blaming the press for misrepresenting the policy. Bitch, it was your press release. And if it's been misrepresented, fucking explain it to us, don't scrap it. I HATE these people. 

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13 hours ago, Dr Gloom said:


i blame those cunts too 

 

You have to keep pushing the blame back to source then. Why did the members vote for Corbyn? Because the Remnants of the Empire New Labour were voting through austerity measures and trying to out Tory the Tories.

 

That's 100% why I voted for him, and I stand by that vote because what Labour were doing at that point was condoning a political strategy that likely as not needlessly killed 120,000 British people over the decade that the Tories were running it as a consequence of the cuts to the NHS. And that's before we factor in what those cuts will have meant for our COVID readiness.

 

They made a rod for their own backs and you fundamentally cannot stop with the blame at the membership. The politicians in Labour failed -miserably- at the moment of Corbyn's election.

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26 minutes ago, Rayvin said:

 

You have to keep pushing the blame back to source then. Why did the members vote for Corbyn? Because the Remnants of the Empire New Labour were voting through austerity measures and trying to out Tory the Tories.

 

That's 100% why I voted for him, and I stand by that vote because what Labour were doing at that point was condoning a political strategy that likely as not needlessly killed 120,000 British people over the decade that the Tories were running it as a consequence of the cuts to the NHS. And that's before we factor in what those cuts will have meant for our COVID readiness.

 

They made a rod for their own backs and you fundamentally cannot stop with the blame at the membership. The politicians in Labour failed -miserably- at the moment of Corbyn's election.

I've said before the alternative candidates were dross. 

 

Cooper as the best of a bad bunch may be "competent" or whatever phrase it is they use but she was also a fan of benefit and immigration clampdowns and her flagship policy was expanding Sure Start rather than Corbyn's albeit over-extending suggestion of actual socialism. 

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Reading all the threads predicting financial apocalypse today has prompted me to just uninstall twitter. I don't doubt there are some tough times ahead, I just don't need to read everyone's 30 post threads of horrific predictions. 

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7 hours ago, Holden McGroin said:

Don't worry, Rents will fill us all in on the predictions via this medium 😉

 

 

And Rayvin will apologise for something :wink2:

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Burley should do all the debates. She's a nasty piece of work at times, but when it comes to talking to politicians she seems to at least see her job as actually challenging them, and then not letting them get away with shit non-answers. At least not without making it very clear that she knows that was a shit non-answer. 

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The more I see of Truss, the more she seems to be like an older version of that Grimes scrote that crawls around on Twitter. She's an ex-Lib Dem too right? Previously held a lot of opinions that we probably could have gotten on board with but then sold them all out once she realised which side her bread was buttered.

 

She's deplorable and I hope they elect her.

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5 hours ago, Rayvin said:

The more I see of Truss, the more she seems to be like an older version of that Grimes scrote that crawls around on Twitter. She's an ex-Lib Dem too right? Previously held a lot of opinions that we probably could have gotten on board with but then sold them all out once she realised which side her bread was buttered.

 

She's deplorable and I hope they elect her.

Same backers too I’d suggest 

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Surely there's no way they actually manage to get the daft bellend back into office though - it would be devastating for the party.

 

Although I guess we should be worried about how far gone some of these people seem to be, that they think this is the answer.

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19 minutes ago, Rayvin said:

Surely there's no way they actually manage to get the daft bellend back into office though - it would be devastating for the party.

 

Although I guess we should be worried about how far gone some of these people seem to be, that they think this is the answer.

 

The comparisons between Johnson and Trump extends to their delusional supporters IYAM. They'll stop at nothing to get their man to remain in power. 

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