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    Quote Originally Posted by pol_angler View Post


    Can I ask admin to intervene before this (in the end of the day) nice guy makes a complete idiot of himself?
    Sat was I in tractor factory
    Front axle my responsibility
    Capatalalist dogs I abhor
    Superiors on forum I adore

    Look around on Friday night
    Losers left, losers right
    Why not have pubs to visit?
    No friends perhaps, is it?

    Brexit this, 'right on' that
    Bat off on forum like a ****
    Invite to verse put aside
    Original thought has actually died


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    you missed the title. let me fix it for you: 'an ode to myslef'


    You're making it worse.
    Last edited by pol_angler; 16-11-2019 at 12:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pol_angler View Post
    you missed the title. let me fix it for you: 'an ode to myslef'


    You're making it worse.
    For who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pol_angler View Post
    you missed the title. let me fix it for you: 'an ode to myslef'


    You're making it worse.
    No worries fella

    Come now, where's that spey casting humour gone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pol_angler View Post
    you missed the title. let me fix it for you: 'an ode to myslef'


    You're making it worse.
    'Titles wrong' Jackob said
    Maybe right Oz thinks to self
    Thinks hard and scratches head
    Nah, titles right and goes to bed

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    It's an interesting time.
    Boris certainly isn't basking in glory.
    If Labour didn't have Corby as its front man, they would be nipping boris's heels just now.

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    I actually thought that were only a few of us who fully appreciated just how truly woeful Bozo actually is. It seems however other people are noticing too.


    General election: Boris Johnson's sputtering tour of Britain makes Theresa May look like an expert campaigner
    It's all very well using WW2 analogies when referring to Brexit - 'spirit of the blitz' and all that. Imagine the curious atmosphere though if you were sitting in your air raid shelter looking around and realising that half of the people around you had voted to get bombed

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    Aye mows, but the problem for the is now they've gone Remain if they had Stormtrooper or Thorny-issueberry they'd still loose the N (of England) where for the first time ever normal people are considering voting Tory, but I guess the S and London would be less split. Everyone can see that it's win-win for Bliarites: if Jezza loses he's out, if he wins', he's out...

    What's the view from Scotland, Libs challenging SNP?



    In Other News:


    "Lying Buffoon liked more than Foolish Flip-Flopper, Fascist and Buffoonish Fascist according to new poll":


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    source General election 2019: How popular are the party leaders? - BBC News

    NB - this is the BBC. Being biased, they try to puff-up Jozef Swindler by subtle subliminal messaging and getting their sums wrong:

    "The least unpopular is Boris Johnson - the proportion of voters who approve of the job he is doing is more or less equal to those who disapprove.
    In the case of the other party leaders, those who disapprove clearly outnumber those who approve.
    However, in the case of Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson, many voters say they neither approve nor disapprove - an option chosen by 39%."


    whilst spectacularly failing to point out that roughly the same applies to Farrage!!!!



    Normal caveat of not trusting polls, and their inerrant error applies.


    Saffie: of course your last comment to me re internet just really underlined the point I was making...



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    Quote Originally Posted by seeking View Post
    What's the view from Scotland, Libs challenging SNP





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    Hard to say.
    I get the feeling that much as Nippy is possibly the best politician in the country, people are getting a bit fed up with her and SNP.
    Just not as fed up as they are of the others.
    Us Scots even prefer torries to libdems!

    There's still a chance, a Boris victory will be a milestone on the way to independence.

    Cheers

    Mows

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    Quote Originally Posted by seeking View Post
    Aye mows, but the problem for the is now they've gone Remain if they had Stormtrooper or Thorny-issueberry they'd still loose the N (of England) where for the first time ever normal people are considering voting Tory, but I guess the S and London would be less split. Everyone can see that it's win-win for Bliarites: if Jezza loses he's out, if he wins', he's out...
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    London has 73 constituencies, going into this election 46 of them are held by Labour, 19 by the Conservatives, 4 by the Liberals and there are 4 independents all of whom were I guess Conservatives at some point in the last couple of years. All of the independent seats are prime targets for the Liberals because they voted heavily in favour of Remain in the referendum. It isn't obvious where the Conservatives are going to make gains in London except perhaps to win back the independent seats. The Liberals will be having a good go at the Remain voting seats.

    Corbyn, McDonnell, Abbott and Thornberry are all London MPs.

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