Corbyn has spoken There is no virus its all a hoax

#22
Family members of the PM are regularly ridiculed on here.
A bit of balance
This is disingenuous. If Johnson's father was criticised, the heading would not be "Johnson doesn't wear mask" it would be either "Stanley Johnson..." or"Boris's dad..."

As per Johnson in PMQs and other high profile politicians, the OP seems to believe Labour is led by Jeremy Corbyn, and using the same language and tactics.

nb. I am not a Corbynista
 

HundredRoom

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#23
Breaking news for HundredRoom.

Jeremy Corbyn is no longer leader of the Labour Party.

Neither has he ever been the PM.

He is merely a back bench MP.
The only bad news there is that he is no longer leader of the party. But the blind followers could not see they were on to a loser for many years. Just like Michael Foot but worse if that were possible

But good news that he has never been PM

And mixed news that he is a back bench MP


He let you all down terribly badly did Jeremy
 
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Cooper671

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#26
There is more than enough sh*t to throw at Johnson jr, I’ve not seen anyone blame him for his Dads actions. Nope, his dads actions are his own responsibility, merely proves the apple didn’t fall far from the tree.
to be fair I wouldnt blame corbyn for his brothers actions and maybe the thread about johnson father are abit more about him than boris. Still anyway... actually ive had a few wines political debate is ouy the window lol
 

Norman_Conquest

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#30
I could write a page on his opposition to NATO and the scrapping of our nuclear deterrent, but somehow, I think you know all this. We could argue about his unrealistic Education policy and also his stance on grammar schools, but again that wouldn't suffice.

The bottom line is, Corbyn, to the majority of British people was too far left and that frightens too many voters. I think even you would admit that.
 

HarryVegas

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#36
"The government I helped elect have made a disastrous mess of every single thing they've come within a country mile of, while thieving billions of pounds of our money and giving it to each other, thus proving me to be politically naive at best. Erm....I've had a few and can't think what to say now.....erm....hic......here's a picture of Corbyn's brother. YEAH, CORBYN AND ABBOTT.....PHWOAR WOT A PAIR, EH!"
 

HundredRoom

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#38
"The government I helped elect have made a disastrous mess of every single thing they've come within a country mile of, while thieving billions of pounds of our money and giving it to each other, thus proving me to be politically naive at best. Erm....I've had a few and can't think what to say now.....erm....hic......here's a picture of Corbyn's brother. YEAH, CORBYN AND ABBOTT.....PHWOAR WOT A PAIR, EH!"
They say people see the truth after a few pints. It wasnt the fact that these 2 were so bad although they were but its more that the whole party could not see that these 2 , and a few more were leading the LP to ruin.
And thats exactly what happened.
 

WeeGord

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#39
They say people see the truth after a few pints. It wasnt the fact that these 2 were so bad although they were but its more that the whole party could not see that these 2 , and a few more were leading the LP to ruin.
And thats exactly what happened.
None so blind as those who cannot see. Like you. STILL trying to lay the blame for this mess at Labours door, despite it being the people who voted for it knowing exactly what the outcome would be.

I fear there are a quite a few suffering buyers remorse when it comes to Brexit, though few will admit it and look to blame others instead for their own crazy choices.
 

WeeGord

Well-known member
#40
I could write a page on his opposition to NATO and the scrapping of our nuclear deterrent, but somehow, I think you know all this. We could argue about his unrealistic Education policy and also his stance on grammar schools, but again that wouldn't suffice.

The bottom line is, Corbyn, to the majority of British people was too far left and that frightens too many voters. I think even you would admit that.
You say this and yet, it is under Tory rule that the armed forces have been cut to the bone and then some. Scrapping Trident is, for many people, a very sensible policy.

You didn’t mention anything else Jeremy Corbyn stops for such as improving equality, reducing the wealth gap, ensuring big business pays a fair share of tax, supporting those in poverty and helping them to escape it etc. The list of positive policies was endless. Do you think the Tories are friends of the NHS or the police force? How about the armed forces?
 
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