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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Ponders Revisited, Jun 27, 2016.
How can my opinion be pointless when I was actually making a point?
You were just about to start burning heretics at the stake. That's why I felt compelled to intervene.
Protestantism, or the protestant reformation, came into being when Martin Luther was liquidated and had to start as a new religion in the bottom tier of denominational families.
It was only Martin Luther's holding company vehicle that was liquidated.
Fortunately... Thus saving the world from Armageddon
The great protestant faith, presbyterianism being the bestest of the lot came about because the people of northern Europe had had enough of being bum raped by the clergy. They protested against the idolaterists and kiddy fiddlers of Rome and thus the protestant religion was born.
To this day it fights the good fight against the evils of Catholicism, Jewery and rampant homosexuality in both false theologies.
Papist propaganda folks. Don't read it or you'll turn into a paedophile
Too late! It can't be unread!
Corbyn was voted in by the people the other self serving career politicians in the Labour party got trounced.
I would vote for Corbyn over Boris Sturgeon or Gideon any day.
You can't vote for Sturgeon so it's a moot point Si.
As for Corbyn, he is doubtless well meaning but he's a man out of his time. Like "Yes to Brexit" voters he's living in an airy-fairy fantasy world pining for that which never existed, some sort of 50s utopian dream. His brand of politics will ensure Labour never have mass appeal to the people who matter, the population of the UK.
And Sturgeon is a sour faced annoying little skank.
Yapping away to the spastic Jock flag wavers .
She is a professional liar Corbyn is the only honest bloke in politics.
Corbyn vs 3 Tony Blair clones of course they didn't want Corbyn to win but the plebs did and would again.
So you'd waste a vote on Corbyn's Labour party.
If I'm not allowed to vote SNP then Yes .
If he leaves I won't bother voting again.
Corbyn is being treated abysmally by the press and his MPs.
The people will not like this one bit.
If they held a new Leadership election Corbyn would win by a bigger margin than before.
Corbyn can't seriously hold on. He wont have enough MP's to fill the Shadow Cabinet.
The Labour MP's who took part in the vote of no confidence might be pooping themselves now. If they can't agree amongst themselves who should take over and Corbyn wins for a second time then they could well find themselves hoofed out of the party and watch as the rules get changed to stop the same thing happening ever again.
With more people within the party supporting Corbyn now than when he won first time round it might not be as easy to get shot of him as first thought. If he sacks everyone who stood against him or if the constituency groups say they don't want to be represented by an MP who openly opposed the party leader it could lead to a massive shift in the Labour movement. A Schism I tells ya, Schism!!!!
Maybe his MPs know he's unelectable. I suspect they do, because if I can see it I'm pretty sure they can ...and have.