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The Hung Like a Donkey General Election December 2019 Thread

Which Cunch of Bunts are you voting for?  

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  1. 1. Which Cunch of Bunts Gets Your Hard Fought Cross

    • The Evil Abusers Of The Working Man Dark Blue Team
      27
    • The Hopelessly Divided Unicorn Chasing Red Team
      67
    • The Couldn't Trust Them Even You Wanted To Yellow Team
      25
    • The Demagogue Worshiping Light Blue Corportation
      2
    • The Hippy Drippy Green Team
      12
    • One of the Parties In The Occupied Territories That Hates England
      0
    • I Live In Northern Ireland And My Choice Is Dictated By The Leader Of A Cult
      0
    • I'm Out There And Found Someone Else To Vote For
      8

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22 minutes ago, Amsterdam_Neil_D said:

I concede that point 🙂,  maybe a bit OTT.  We will see but I don't trust her,  she is not whiter than white then,  can we agree on that 😌 

That will be the image the English media paint of her, surely. 

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Yesterdays NF Corp decision hasn't gone down well with some of his disciples, especially the candidates they'll no longer fund but...

 

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2 minutes ago, bickster said:

Yesterdays NF Corp decision hasn't gone down well with some of his disciples, especially the candidates they'll no longer fund but...

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Chindie said:

 

Was going to post the same. The ‘Brexit Party‘ is such a scam. 

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Just now, LondonLax said:

Was going to post the same. The ‘Brexit Party‘ is such a scam. 

Indeed.

And Farage and his shady friends can skip into the sunset with Tories and other prats kissing their arse and ramming their noses up their collective fundament.

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13 hours ago, Chindie said:

Corbyn is too left to accept. That's his biggest problem.

He isn't a good leader. His politics isn't savvy enough, without much grey, still stuck in the student union - hence his willingness to stand next to unsavoury figures because they share a fundamental cause. He's not very good with the media, and his PR nous doesn't exist. He's not the strong personality that can drag people behind a cause. He's struggled to thread the needle between pulling Labour towards his outlook and not compromising that stance. And he's, like the entire political establishment, buggered up dealing with Brexit.

But his biggest problem is he's too left. It's let everyone take potshots from the get go. It's given a carte blanche to a great deal of people to simply write him off. And that, coupled to a media that hates him, the right of his party prepared to sabotage the party's success to get rid of him, and his own cock ups, has us in this position.

I don't think a great deal of him, I think he's a nice enough bloke and has some idea of how to speak for and to normal people, but disagree with him on some things and don't think he's an ideal candidate to be PM. But I don't think he's actively evil like the Tories. I'm also not going to pretend he's Satan either though.

Yeah, but he's also not Boris Johnson, an overgrown baby in a man-body, playing with the country politics like it's a rubiks cube he's seeing for the very first time.

Boris Johnson, a man who literally cannot stop himself from lying.

I'll take anyone over him, there's no way Corbyn can be any worse.

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Just now, bannedfromHandV said:

Yeah, but he's also not Boris Johnson, an overgrown baby in a man-body, playing with the country politics like it's a rubiks cube he's seeing for the very first time.

Boris Johnson, a man who literally cannot stop himself from lying.

I'll take anyone over him, there's no way Corbyn can be any worse.

I don't disagree over which I'd prefer in Downing Street.

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2 minutes ago, Chindie said:

I'd prefer Ozymandias over both but here we are.

He does good works, so i hear :)

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36 minutes ago, bannedfromHandV said:

Yeah, but he's also not Boris Johnson, an overgrown baby in a man-body, playing with the country politics like it's a rubiks cube he's seeing for the very first time.

Boris Johnson, a man who literally cannot stop himself from lying.

I'll take anyone over him, there's no way Corbyn can be any worse.

I think that a lot of the country thinks it's a choice of Labour or Conservatives (or Lib Dem to a lesser extent)

It isn't - there are hundreds of political parties but people are not active politically to go out and read about options different than Socialist Corbyn or Lying, corporate greedy Boris.

Heck, in our political system we don't even vote for either of those unless they are in our constituencies. Voting for the right candidate in their constituency might be a good start. 

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14 minutes ago, Mic09 said:

I think that a lot of the country thinks it's a choice of Labour or Conservatives (or Lib Dem to a lesser extent)

It isn't - there are hundreds of political parties but people are not active politically to go out and read about options different than Socialist Corbyn or Lying, corporate greedy Boris.

Heck, in our political system we don't even vote for either of those unless they are in our constituencies. Voting for the right candidate in their constituency might be a good start. 

Sure, if I thought it was worthwhile I'd happily vote for Lord Buckethead to be the next PM.

But realistically, it's going to be red or blue and that's the way it's been practically forever.

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8 minutes ago, bannedfromHandV said:

Sure, if I thought it was worthwhile I'd happily vote for Lord Buckethead to be the next PM.

But realistically, it's going to be red or blue and that's the way it's been practically forever.

Unfortunately you are correct. 

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1 hour ago, bickster said:

I'd go so far as to say I'd take Paul McCartney as PM and Ringo Starr as chancellor over Johnson or Corbyn

You still a massive Beatles fan? I remember an OS meet up where you showed us pictures of your record collection. Never understood the hype, but if you want to like them, that's your choice.

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4 minutes ago, avfcDJ said:

You still a massive Beatles fan? I remember an OS meet up where you showed us pictures of your record collection. Never understood the hype, but if you want to like them, that's your choice.

If I remember correctly your collection of polished chrome towbars was bigger

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3 minutes ago, bickster said:

If I remember correctly your collection of polished chrome towbars was bigger

😂

Cheers, nightmares now. 

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5 hours ago, sharkyvilla said:

I don't really see the logic of not wanting to be part of the United Kingdom, stating a desire to be part of a European Union instead.  Surely Scotland has for more trade and other things with the rest of the UK than Europe.  They also lost seats in the 2017 election after the Brexit referendum which seems to go against their narrative.  Not to mention they have to go through the ball ache of negotiating with both us and the EU. 

That's the funny thing this Muppet thinks it's so easy to just leave the UK. Look at the chaos brexit has caused. They will have to do two seperate negotiation deals with us and the eu.

That would be a even bigger carnage for them. Scotland won't even be allowed straight back in the eu either. Seems very selfish and egotistical to me.

5 hours ago, Chindie said:

She's a nationalist politician. Her job is basically to go on about Scotland. I've never got the impression any of the SNP frontline figures hate England in all honesty. Perhaps Salmond but I think that was more down to him being a clearing in the woods than any great conviction.

Agreed about salmon. Regardless if she is a nationalist or not. I have never hear her talk about the union and how much we are friends. All she seems Scotland and the UK as is us and them.

Even Boris and Corbyn dispute their faults talk about the friendships between the UK and how bad it would be to split it up.

I hope the Scots vote her out. She is poison for the UK as a whole.

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She isn't going anywhere till at least 2021. She is an MSP not an MP. 

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