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Well where to start! The guys as marxist as they come. Anyone see him on the Andrew Marr show on Sunday? I was listening to BBC Radio 5live this morning on the way to work and apparently even Tories are signing upto the Labour party and putting in a vote for him in the leadership race, along with hard line crazy leftists. Would be hilarious if he won the leadership contest. Labour would be even more unelectable, which serves them right after what they've done to this country.

 

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Quote fed up eagle at 27 Jul 2015 4.58pm

Well where to start! The guys as marxist as they come. Anyone see him on the Andrew Marr show on Sunday? I was listening to BBC Radio 5live this morning on the way to work and apparently even Tories are signing upto the Labour party and putting in a vote for him in the leadership race, along with hard line crazy leftists. Would be hilarious if he won the leadership contest. Labour would be even more unelectable, which serves them right after what they've done to this country.


So which part of his proposed policies do you not agree with and why?

How will he make labour more unelectable?

I'm genuinely interested in what you think about 70% of the public agreeing with rail nationalisation.

What are your concerns about Corbyn's plans for a national bank?

Do you not agree with investment for growth?

 


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What's wrong with being a Marxist? Please explain?

 

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Quote phillanth at 27 Jul 2015 5.08pm

What's wrong with being a Marxist? Please explain?

The mountains of corpses they tend to generate?

 


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Quote phillanth at 27 Jul 2015 5.08pm

What's wrong with being a Marxist? Please explain?

The mountains of corpses they tend to generate?


If that's what you think a Marxist is then Corbyn certainly is not one. If you his plan for 2020 a lot of it is actually eminently sensible. It certainly is not Marxist. I'd say he is a socialist egalitarian.

 

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Quote nickgusset at 27 Jul 2015 5.02pm

Quote fed up eagle at 27 Jul 2015 4.58pm

Well where to start! The guys as marxist as they come. Anyone see him on the Andrew Marr show on Sunday? I was listening to BBC Radio 5live this morning on the way to work and apparently even Tories are signing upto the Labour party and putting in a vote for him in the leadership race, along with hard line crazy leftists. Would be hilarious if he won the leadership contest. Labour would be even more unelectable, which serves them right after what they've done to this country.


So which part of his proposed policies do you not agree with and why?

How will he make labour more unelectable?

I'm genuinely interested in what you think about 70% of the public agreeing with rail nationalisation.

What are your concerns about Corbyn's plans for a national bank?

Do you not agree with investment for growth?

1) Nationalising the railways? That didn't work

2) He wants to return to the politics of the eighties

3) He's another union stooge

4) Has utter contempt for the middle class, which makes up a big swave of the population.

5) He won't deny that he's a marxist and has the support of extreme left factions, need I say more.

Edited by fed up eagle (27 Jul 2015 5.33pm)

 

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Quote fed up eagle at 27 Jul 2015 4.58pm

Well where to start! The guys as marxist as they come. Anyone see him on the Andrew Marr show on Sunday? I was listening to BBC Radio 5live this morning on the way to work and apparently even Tories are signing upto the Labour party and putting in a vote for him in the leadership race, along with hard line crazy leftists. Would be hilarious if he won the leadership contest. Labour would be even more unelectable, which serves them right after what they've done to this country.


So which part of his proposed policies do you not agree with and why?

How will he make labour more unelectable?

I'm genuinely interested in what you think about 70% of the public agreeing with rail nationalisation.

What are your concerns about Corbyn's plans for a national bank?

Do you not agree with investment for growth?


Why not read the link?

why not answer the questions?

 


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Quote fed up eagle at 27 Jul 2015 5.27pm

Quote nickgusset at 27 Jul 2015 5.02pm

Quote fed up eagle at 27 Jul 2015 4.58pm

Well where to start! The guys as marxist as they come. Anyone see him on the Andrew Marr show on Sunday? I was listening to BBC Radio 5live this morning on the way to work and apparently even Tories are signing upto the Labour party and putting in a vote for him in the leadership race, along with hard line crazy leftists. Would be hilarious if he won the leadership contest. Labour would be even more unelectable, which serves them right after what they've done to this country.


So which part of his proposed policies do you not agree with and why?

How will he make labour more unelectable?

I'm genuinely interested in what you think about 70% of the public agreeing with rail nationalisation.

What are your concerns about Corbyn's plans for a national bank?

Do you not agree with investment for growth?


Why not read the link?

why not answer the questions?


I did...

 

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View nickgusset's Profile nickgusset Flag Shizzlehurst 27 Jul 15 5.36pm Send a Private Message to nickgusset Add nickgusset as a friend

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Quote fed up eagle at 27 Jul 2015 4.58pm

Well where to start! The guys as marxist as they come. Anyone see him on the Andrew Marr show on Sunday? I was listening to BBC Radio 5live this morning on the way to work and apparently even Tories are signing upto the Labour party and putting in a vote for him in the leadership race, along with hard line crazy leftists. Would be hilarious if he won the leadership contest. Labour would be even more unelectable, which serves them right after what they've done to this country.


So which part of his proposed policies do you not agree with and why?

How will he make labour more unelectable?

I'm genuinely interested in what you think about 70% of the public agreeing with rail nationalisation.

What are your concerns about Corbyn's plans for a national bank?

Do you not agree with investment for growth?


Why not read the link?

why not answer the questions?


I did...

Where?

 


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Quote nickgusset at 27 Jul 2015 5.02pm

How will he make labour more unelectable?

I have heard that even IF Corbyn wins the leadership battle he could be ousted by the MPs so he doesn't actually fight the 2020 election.

I really don't know if this is a possibility or is being planned. I don't spend my valuable time on 'Labour' politics !


 

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View chris123's Profile chris123 Flag caterham 27 Jul 15 5.44pm Send a Private Message to chris123 Add chris123 as a friend

Doesn't say much for Labour does it - that there's no outstanding candidate.

 

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Quote chris123 at 27 Jul 2015 5.44pm

Doesn't say much for Labour does it - that there's no outstanding candidate.

Got to agree with that Chris. I think everyone had their heart set on Streatham's finest. Still don't really get why he pulled out.

 

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