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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyThu Oct 20, 2022 10:19 pm

The fact that tory members and MPs actually thought thick as pig shit truss was PM material is truly terrifying
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mouldyoldgoat wrote:
Clodagh isn’t franny.

He pretends he is with his swivel eyed Brexiteer quips so who cares?
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyFri Oct 21, 2022 8:09 am

I reckon that Boris will play the Leadsom role in the May election this time, you know get down to his favourite candidate and him then step aside so there is no contest. Might as well draw names out of a hat.
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyFri Oct 21, 2022 9:43 am

Such a pity the nation can't decide who our next fuckwit in charge will be, instead of a few privileged Tory party members.
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyFri Oct 21, 2022 10:50 am

Looks like an online vote this time so no party members involved, just the cyber ops team CCHQ.

Get Doris back, in england's hour of need we need a man of stature, honour, integrity, honesty and an unsullied reputation.

Plus he has got bigger tits than Truss!
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Earwegoagain wrote:
I reckon that Boris will play the Leadsom role in the May election this time, you know get down to his favourite candidate and him then step aside so there is no contest. Might as well draw names out of a hat.

Yeah right, like his ego would allow him to step aside for anyone. Hie still thinks he was stabbed in the back.

He's shit stirring and its being lapped up by his arse lickers in the press, theres no serious interest right now

1. Its not clear he's get the required number of nominations
2. He wouldn't want to inherit the current shit show and have to announce tax rises and spending. He lives to be popular, 
3. He isn't as popular as the Tories like to think he is, currently polling -21% approval
4. His fame as a so called proven winner is based on election victories against Ken Livingstone and Jeremy Corbyn
5. If you think its chaos now, if he wins about a quarter of the parliamentary parliamentary would resign the whip and he would barely fill a cabinet. The Parliamentary being a minority of supporters and a majority of those he's thrown under a bus or ignored.
6. He picked Brexit because he thought it would help him become PM, now that Brexit has been defeated and the Government is basically run by a cabal of remainers (Shapps, Hunt ) trying to salvage the UK's fecked global reputation, you'll see a very different  Johnson
7. It wasn't that long ago he was booted out by his MP's after barefacedly lying to protect a sex pest. Not a great look same MPs bringing him back

He's also currently on holiday, this is despite being paid to represent the constituents of Uxbridge in parliament and that parliament is still sitting.

The country needs to get the feck over this lying fat layabout, ASAP. It managed it with Farage so it can be done.
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyFri Oct 21, 2022 10:57 am

FFS! Franny, will there even be a PM by the New Year?

Doris won't be available until then.
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyFri Oct 21, 2022 11:20 am

Jeeeeeeeeeeezus H Christ. Boris is leading in the polls to return as PM. The Tories are obsessed with characters instead of ability.
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyFri Oct 21, 2022 12:32 pm

cheers cheers cheers Boris for PM get Brexit done some more, good to see the serial denier actually admitting it was Brexit that got hi, the LANDSLIDE victory last time. Tbf he is the only Tory with mandate to run the country so why not?
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You couldn't make this shit up!
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyFri Oct 21, 2022 1:01 pm

Shows there rock bottom & desperate to even contemplate bring back the blubbering blonde bombshell back ffs
GENERAL ELECTION NOW !!
THIS INSANITY NEEDS TO F#%King END NOW
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyFri Oct 21, 2022 4:07 pm

Thing is whoever wins this time will only get the backing from half the party at best and then they will start with the back stabbing yet again. There are 650 mps and they are all plotting and conniving and there hasn't been anyone running the country for the last nine months whilst we go to shit. Im nearly sixty and this is the worst shit show I have ever witnessed and that is saying something. True I witnessed the winter of discontent with power cuts and queues at the pumps but we've already had the queues and if we dont get power cuts people will be turning the power off because they cant afford it.
We need a revolution not an election.
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptySat Oct 22, 2022 7:56 am

Sunak on 100 already, so they say.
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptySat Oct 22, 2022 8:12 am

Boris has an axe to grind with all the MP's who turned on him after getting the huge majority. Would they unite to save their party and country? Very much doubt it and there in a nub is our problem, forget the Punch and Judy show direct your ire at the 650 MP's who all act like spoilt kids when they don't get their own way.
Parliament as whole needs to grow the fook up.
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Looks like it will be between RS, PM and BJ.

I reckon it will be the rich kid Sunak who will be new leader and PM. If he had any balls, he would call an election and let us peasant folk decide if his mandate, or that of Starmer, should be running the country.
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyMon Oct 24, 2022 8:32 am

Johnson has pulled out saying it is not the right time to be leader as he would not be able to unite the Tory party.

Sunak could be claimed winner later today ?.
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyMon Oct 24, 2022 8:41 am

Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
I reckon that Boris will play the Leadsom role in the May election this time, you know get down to his favourite candidate and him then step aside so there is no contest. Might as well draw names out of a hat.

Yeah right, like his ego would allow him to step aside for anyone. Hie still thinks he was stabbed in the back.

He's shit stirring and its being lapped up by his arse lickers in the press, theres no serious interest right now

1. Its not clear he's get the required number of nominations
2. He wouldn't want to inherit the current shit show and have to announce tax rises and spending. He lives to be popular, 
3. He isn't as popular as the Tories like to think he is, currently polling -21% approval
4. His fame as a so called proven winner is based on election victories against Ken Livingstone and Jeremy Corbyn
5. If you think its chaos now, if he wins about a quarter of the parliamentary parliamentary would resign the whip and he would barely fill a cabinet. The Parliamentary being a minority of supporters and a majority of those he's thrown under a bus or ignored.
6. He picked Brexit because he thought it would help him become PM, now that Brexit has been defeated and the Government is basically run by a cabal of remainers (Shapps, Hunt ) trying to salvage the UK's fecked global reputation, you'll see a very different  Johnson
7. It wasn't that long ago he was booted out by his MP's after barefacedly lying to protect a sex pest. Not a great look same MPs bringing him back

He's also currently on holiday, this is despite being paid to represent the constituents of Uxbridge in parliament and that parliament is still sitting.

The country needs to get the feck over this lying fat layabout, ASAP. It managed it with Farage so it can be done.

I know it's not in the arsenal of your average shouty remainer but you really should listen to me a lot more mate. cheers cheers cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyMon Oct 24, 2022 10:54 am

Earwegoagain wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
I reckon that Boris will play the Leadsom role in the May election this time, you know get down to his favourite candidate and him then step aside so there is no contest. Might as well draw names out of a hat.

Yeah right, like his ego would allow him to step aside for anyone. Hie still thinks he was stabbed in the back.

He's shit stirring and its being lapped up by his arse lickers in the press, theres no serious interest right now

1. Its not clear he's get the required number of nominations
2. He wouldn't want to inherit the current shit show and have to announce tax rises and spending. He lives to be popular, 
3. He isn't as popular as the Tories like to think he is, currently polling -21% approval
4. His fame as a so called proven winner is based on election victories against Ken Livingstone and Jeremy Corbyn
5. If you think its chaos now, if he wins about a quarter of the parliamentary parliamentary would resign the whip and he would barely fill a cabinet. The Parliamentary being a minority of supporters and a majority of those he's thrown under a bus or ignored.
6. He picked Brexit because he thought it would help him become PM, now that Brexit has been defeated and the Government is basically run by a cabal of remainers (Shapps, Hunt ) trying to salvage the UK's fecked global reputation, you'll see a very different  Johnson
7. It wasn't that long ago he was booted out by his MP's after barefacedly lying to protect a sex pest. Not a great look same MPs bringing him back

He's also currently on holiday, this is despite being paid to represent the constituents of Uxbridge in parliament and that parliament is still sitting.

The country needs to get the feck over this lying fat layabout, ASAP. It managed it with Farage so it can be done.

I know it's not in the arsenal of your average shouty remainer but you really should listen to me a lot more mate. cheers cheers cheers

I see, so you reckon Boris Johnson wanted the bloke that literally brought him down to become Prime Minister .  scratch

That would be a bit of an about turn considering he publicly backed the woman who stood against him last time.  scratch

Nothing to do with the fact he had nowhere near the required support oh no.

I know its not in the arsenal of your average red faced reality denying Brexiter to consider the facts but perhaps you want to go back and have a little think about that one.  lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyMon Oct 24, 2022 12:01 pm

Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
I reckon that Boris will play the Leadsom role in the May election this time, you know get down to his favourite candidate and him then step aside so there is no contest. Might as well draw names out of a hat.

Yeah right, like his ego would allow him to step aside for anyone. Hie still thinks he was stabbed in the back.

He's shit stirring and its being lapped up by his arse lickers in the press, theres no serious interest right now

1. Its not clear he's get the required number of nominations
2. He wouldn't want to inherit the current shit show and have to announce tax rises and spending. He lives to be popular, 
3. He isn't as popular as the Tories like to think he is, currently polling -21% approval
4. His fame as a so called proven winner is based on election victories against Ken Livingstone and Jeremy Corbyn
5. If you think its chaos now, if he wins about a quarter of the parliamentary parliamentary would resign the whip and he would barely fill a cabinet. The Parliamentary being a minority of supporters and a majority of those he's thrown under a bus or ignored.
6. He picked Brexit because he thought it would help him become PM, now that Brexit has been defeated and the Government is basically run by a cabal of remainers (Shapps, Hunt ) trying to salvage the UK's fecked global reputation, you'll see a very different  Johnson
7. It wasn't that long ago he was booted out by his MP's after barefacedly lying to protect a sex pest. Not a great look same MPs bringing him back

He's also currently on holiday, this is despite being paid to represent the constituents of Uxbridge in parliament and that parliament is still sitting.

The country needs to get the feck over this lying fat layabout, ASAP. It managed it with Farage so it can be done.

I know it's not in the arsenal of your average shouty remainer but you really should listen to me a lot more mate. cheers cheers cheers

I see, so you reckon Boris Johnson wanted the bloke that literally brought him down to become Prime Minister .  scratch

That would be a bit of an about turn considering he publicly backed the woman who stood against him last time.  scratch

Nothing to do with the fact he had nowhere near the required support oh no.

I know its not in the arsenal of your average red faced reality denying Brexiter to consider the facts but perhaps you want to go back and have a little think about that one.  lol!

Rubbish, what I said came true, own it. No way was he ever going to stand again now because the job is a poisoned chalice for whoever takes it, maybe that is why he has helped give Rishi the keys? Do you ever think for yourself?
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PostSubject: Re: Truss and the economy.   Truss and the economy. - Page 5 EmptyMon Oct 24, 2022 12:37 pm

Earwegoagain wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
Clodagh Rubbish wrote:
Earwegoagain wrote:
I reckon that Boris will play the Leadsom role in the May election this time, you know get down to his favourite candidate and him then step aside so there is no contest. Might as well draw names out of a hat.

Yeah right, like his ego would allow him to step aside for anyone. Hie still thinks he was stabbed in the back.

He's shit stirring and its being lapped up by his arse lickers in the press, theres no serious interest right now

1. Its not clear he's get the required number of nominations
2. He wouldn't want to inherit the current shit show and have to announce tax rises and spending. He lives to be popular, 

3. He isn't as popular as the Tories like to think he is, currently polling -21% approval
4. His fame as a so called proven winner is based on election victories against Ken Livingstone and Jeremy Corbyn
5. If you think its chaos now, if he wins about a quarter of the parliamentary parliamentary would resign the whip and he would barely fill a cabinet. The Parliamentary being a minority of supporters and a majority of those he's thrown under a bus or ignored.
6. He picked Brexit because he thought it would help him become PM, now that Brexit has been defeated and the Government is basically run by a cabal of remainers (Shapps, Hunt ) trying to salvage the UK's fecked global reputation, you'll see a very different  Johnson
7. It wasn't that long ago he was booted out by his MP's after barefacedly lying to protect a sex pest. Not a great look same MPs bringing him back

He's also currently on holiday, this is despite being paid to represent the constituents of Uxbridge in parliament and that parliament is still sitting.

The country needs to get the feck over this lying fat layabout, ASAP. It managed it with Farage so it can be done.

I know it's not in the arsenal of your average shouty remainer but you really should listen to me a lot more mate. cheers cheers cheers

I see, so you reckon Boris Johnson wanted the bloke that literally brought him down to become Prime Minister .  scratch

That would be a bit of an about turn considering he publicly backed the woman who stood against him last time.  scratch

Nothing to do with the fact he had nowhere near the required support oh no.

I know its not in the arsenal of your average red faced reality denying Brexiter to consider the facts but perhaps you want to go back and have a little think about that one.  lol!

Rubbish, what I said came true, own it. No way was he ever going to stand again now because the job is a poisoned chalice for whoever takes it, maybe that is why he has helped give Rishi the keys? Do you ever think for yourself?

If you weren't such a rage filled contrarian you might see I pointed all that out. However If he were that keen on handing "Rishi the keys", why didn't he do it last month?

Instead he's tried to play kingmaker and having not had anywhere near the support he claimed he had, got jointly told to do one by both Mordaunt and Sunak. So now he's got his tail well and truly between his fat cheeks.

For a candidate that you now confidently claim was never going to stand, you seemed very keen that  he win though?
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Thought Wiggo was off to sort the revolution on the streets of London.
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And so on to the Sunak era, will he reunite the Tories and bring the country out of its current mess ?
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VillageGreen wrote:
And so on to the Sunak era, will he reunite the Tories and bring the country out of its current mess ?
Of course not.  The tory party is way too hopelessly divided.  There may be a short period of giving the impression of uniting but that will be very short lived and then splits the size of the grand canyon will re-appear as sunak and hunt ditch big chunks of the manifesto because they want very deep spending cuts which adversely affect the 'red wall'.  The general election cannot be put off just because the billionaire wants to play at being PM for a few months.

SUNAK OUT NOW!!!!!!
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Sunak now the fifth Tory PM in six years.


He has ruled out a general election, while Sturgeon and Starmer continue to call for one. Perhaps in the new year if it is all still going t.ts up for the Tories and the country.
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