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Originally posted by cryrst

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For my money now that Brexit is actually going to happen, we need to start trying to let this all fade away now. Reach out and trying and build bridges. We won or at least we will do next Friday. Still not got much faith in what follows with Johnson at the helm but next Friday is what we voted for on June 23rd and finally it is being honoured.

But Bercow is beyond the pale. Of all the players in the farce that has been the last few years, he is the one who abused his position the most. An utterly foul and despicable man and see his chief clerks turning on him now says it all.

This was the main player in trying to scupper Brexit and for what? His own personal elevation (no pun intended given his status as a short arse) and seeking to make himself the centre of attraction.

Willing to forgive and try to move on with almost anybody else who set their bitter little hearts on having my vote on June 23rd rendered null and void but Bercow is the last on the list.

A loathsome little toad even in the reptile house that is our Parliament.


Edited by Matov (24 Jan 2020 1.09pm)

 

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Originally posted by Matov


For my money now that Brexit is actually going to happen, we need to start trying to let this all fade away now. Reach out and trying and build bridges. We won or at least we will do next Friday. Still not got much faith in what follows with Johnson at the helm but next Friday is what we voted for on June 23rd and finally it is being honoured.

But Bercow is beyond the pale. Of all the players in the farce that has been the last few years, he is the one who abused his position the most. An utterly foul and despicable man and see his chief clerks turning on him now says it all.

This was the main player in trying to scupper Brexit and for what? His own personal elevation (no pun intended given his status as a short arse) and seeking to make himself the centre of attraction.

Willing to forgive and try to move on with almost anybody else who set their bitter little hearts on having my vote on June 23rd rendered null and void but Bercow is the last on the list.

A loathsome little toad even in the reptile house that is our Parliament.


Edited by Matov (24 Jan 2020 1.09pm)

Agreed there are plenty of politicians on the Remain side who could be honoured Ken Clarke for one but the ones that lied to their voters can forget it.

 


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View Maine Eagle's Profile Maine Eagle Flag USA 24 Jan 20 2.55pm Send a Private Message to Maine Eagle Add Maine Eagle as a friend

Well its coming, its been a long time coming, but its gonna happen soon now!

For my money the UK economy will be worse off, but time will tell.

Time to get on with it now and go back to debating that f***ing t*** Trump.

 


"We need to look into the Oranges". Commander In Cheat, April 2019.

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View Hrolf The Ganger's Profile Hrolf The Ganger Flag 24 Jan 20 4.14pm Send a Private Message to Hrolf The Ganger Add Hrolf The Ganger as a friend

Originally posted by Maine Eagle

Well its coming, its been a long time coming, but its gonna happen soon now!

For my money the UK economy will be worse off, but time will tell.

Time to get on with it now and go back to debating that f***ing t*** Trump.

Oh yes, that other Lefty attempt to get their own way outside of the ballot box.

The impeachment is a joke.

 

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View Stirlingsays's Profile Stirlingsays Online Flag 24 Jan 20 6.46pm Send a Private Message to Stirlingsays Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add Stirlingsays as a friend

Hooray, the UK won't be implementing the EU's Internet attack called the 'EU Copyright Directive' also known as Article 13....which would kill memes and parodies.

May's lackeys' signed saying they would implement but Johnson isn't going to.

Feck them and a tentative hooray for a freer Internet for our content creators......Hopefully this means that their laws won't touch them.

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View TomThePalaceFanatic's Profile TomThePalaceFanatic Flag 24 Jan 20 7.05pm Send a Private Message to TomThePalaceFanatic Add TomThePalaceFanatic as a friend

Originally posted by Hrolf The Ganger

Oh yes, that other Lefty attempt to get their own way outside of the ballot box.

The impeachment is a joke.

Absolutely not true. Not everything has to be right vs left, itís too black and white.

I supported and continue to support Brexit but donít support Trumpís administration.

Why do people have to pick a viewpoint and have no flexibility behind it?

 

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Originally posted by TomThePalaceFanatic

Absolutely not true. Not everything has to be right vs left, itís too black and white.

I supported and continue to support Brexit but donít support Trumpís administration.

Why do people have to pick a viewpoint and have no flexibility behind it?

But you have taken a viewpoint yourself. You might not like it but there is no centralist position here....that's gone. The gulf between right and left is so large that it's like another language.

Besides I don't really understand the point of not supporting the Trump administration when the alternative is literally more left wing than Corbyn.

I can understand not liking Trump and having criticism but he is also the only thing keeping the Democrats out.

Edited by Stirlingsays (24 Jan 2020 7.18pm)

 

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View Wisbech Eagle's Profile Wisbech Eagle Flag Truro Cornwall 24 Jan 20 7.33pm Send a Private Message to Wisbech Eagle Add Wisbech Eagle as a friend

The idea that the Democrats are more left wing than Corbyn is really ridiculous, especially if they choose someone like Biden or Bloomberg as their candidate. Even Sanders or Warren are much more social democratic centralists than out and out socialists. Corbyn, by comparison, is a closet marxist.

Getting rid of Trump has to be a priority. Not the least for us. At worst he will only be around for another 5 years but the idea of concluding a trade deal with a Trump led US administration appalls me.

 

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View TomThePalaceFanatic's Profile TomThePalaceFanatic Flag 24 Jan 20 7.39pm Send a Private Message to TomThePalaceFanatic Add TomThePalaceFanatic as a friend

Originally posted by Stirlingsays

But you have taken a viewpoint yourself. You might not like it but there is no centralist position here....that's gone. The gulf between right and left is so large that it's like another language.

Besides I don't really understand the point of not supporting the Trump administration when the alternative is literally more left wing than Corbyn.

I can understand not liking Trump and having criticism but he is also the only thing keeping the Democrats out.

Edited by Stirlingsays (24 Jan 2020 7.18pm)

I have a viewpoint but itís not so devoted to a mythical left or right wing that I canít have different opinions on different topics. For instance, left wing generally more supportive of climate change movements.

There might not be a centralist stance anymore, and I do err on the right if I had to pick Ďsidesí, but itís a regressive way to go in society.

 

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Originally posted by TomThePalaceFanatic

Absolutely not true. Not everything has to be right vs left, itís too black and white.

I supported and continue to support Brexit but donít support Trumpís administration.

Why do people have to pick a viewpoint and have no flexibility behind it?

How much nuance do you require in a brief post on a football website?

Whatever you think, there are lines drawn and most issues come to standing one side of the line or the other. The complexity of opinion is lost in the tribalism.

Edited by Hrolf The Ganger (24 Jan 2020 9.21pm)

 

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Originally posted by Wisbech Eagle

The idea that the Democrats are more left wing than Corbyn is really ridiculous, especially if they choose someone like Biden or Bloomberg as their candidate. Even Sanders or Warren are much more social democratic centralists than out and out socialists. Corbyn, by comparison, is a closet marxist.

Getting rid of Trump has to be a priority. Not the least for us. At worst he will only be around for another 5 years but the idea of concluding a trade deal with a Trump led US administration appalls me.

We know your priorities and they keep losing in democratic votes. You only have dirty tricks.

 

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