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Discussion in 'Queens Park Rangers' started by Stroller, Jun 25, 2015.
There it is.
This is interesting...
You’re having a conversation you want to have rather than the one on offer, Col.
The haircuts are.
Just see things differently to you and you can't handle it.
I responded to points in your post and you sarcastically ask if I read it.
You're so immature.
When you've grown up you won't go within a million miles of voting for someone like Corbyn.
I don’t appear to be the one not handling it, Col. You came here to be angry and I’ve given you something to be angry about. Mission accomplished.
Arrogant, self-absorbed, self-righteous bitter old bitch. Later, I might find something bad to say about her too.
Not angry at all.
Where have I shown anger?
You're just a childish WUM who I'm enjoying hugely pointing out to that you're talking bollocks.
I'll let you "win" with another of your "hilarious" wind ups.
^ comes across as a bit angry, mate.
It doesn't and you could never be my mate.
Concentrate on your little left wing talking shop, regurgitating all the old arguments whilst staying completely in denial about the state of the Labour party.
Ok. Thanks for visiting.
Anyone who has visited Brighton through the past ten years that the Greens have controlled the council and latterly with her as MP could not fail to notice what a total shytehole the place has become...
This is very good on why Labour lost, and what they need to do now.
Brighton is a great town. Unique and vibrant with lots of independent shops and **** to do. Not cheap though.
One of the remoaners-in-chief showing what a total pillock he is...
Interesting read. Particularly interesting to note previous Labour wins, in 1945, 1966 and 1997 and the factors that contributed to those wins...'it (the Labour Party) has had a compelling national story. Though the party’s promise to “rebuild Britain” after a decade of austerity hinted at such a narrative, this was never developed with the consistency required - and Corbyn and the party were never regarded as credible messengers.'
Makes me wonder if they may have done any better if they had been more opposed to Brexit. Very unpopular with many, but for lots of others it would have clearly set them apart from the Conservatives and at least given people something to think about.
Jesus Col, you must have been saving this **** up. I'm with Watford, you still seem angry. Chill, you won, everything's going to be good isn't it?
It is, isn't it?
Trade deals sorted, NHS sorted, crime sorted, no immigration unless you earn £30k (so no nurses or care workers) and no one will pay any more tax.
I can't wait.
Yeah, that's good.
As a natural Labour supporter I'm able to 'take some positives' out of this debacle. Corbyn had become a liability, but won't be around next time. Brexit won't be a factor next time. Most important though, are the age demographics. The18-24 age group split 57-19 in favour of Labour, whereas over 65s spilt 62-18 for the Tories.
Life expectancy is decreasing.