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421General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Mon Dec 16 2019, 19:26

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
If anyone's thinking about a Merry Christmas thread, think again. Neutral

422General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Mon Dec 16 2019, 20:53

okocha

okocha
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
So it's all hunky dory now:- we're well on the way to uniting the country and making it great again.... let's all just forget about Windrush, the bedroom tax, universal credit, the homeless, the NHS, police numbers, education, social care, foodbanks, the betrayal of Nazanin Z R, the refusal to publish key reports, including the Tories' own assessment of the likely impact of Brexit, the racist remarks about Muslim women, the shunning by his own family, the avoidance of scrutiny, particularly by Andrew Neil, his involvement in having two reporters attacked, his lying, especially to his former boss and to the Queen, his casual abandonment of his lovers and children, his brutal reprisals against anyone who disagrees with him, even his own MPs, and now his attempts to threaten and silence the BBC and other measured observers who criticise him, the lies on the side of the bus and about the number of hospitals he promises to build, the prorogation of parliament, his dangerously derogatory remarks about our judges and the justice system, his inflammatory language especially as regards JC ( and not forgetting "f...k business!") ,  his acclaim for his "great" brexit deal which was actually even weaker than May's deal......yes all these things are as nothing when he will create great trade links with his role model Trump, and the rest of the world. After all, all the countries are lining up to do deals with someone whose word they can trust implicitly.
Yes, let's just forget his record in office, (even the blunders as London Mayor) ,....come to think of it, I've already let slip my mind lots of his other machinations with Cummings, Gove, Raab, the ERG and Jacob and co, and let him glory in his miraculous devastation of the weakest Labour and Lib Dem "challenge" imagineable.
 Let's all be proud of our new right wing country and forget how vulnerable we now are to attack. It will be a doddle to continue to stay close to our European allies, even if it is a bit  trickier to travel there from now on. 

We Englanders can cope with anything......even increased poverty and house or job shortages. Rule Britannia!!

Cue torrents of abuse from several  Nutters on here!!

423General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Mon Dec 16 2019, 21:11

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
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424General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Mon Dec 16 2019, 21:27

Cajunboy

Cajunboy
El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
@okocha wrote:So it's all hunky dory now:- we're well on the way to uniting the country and making it great again.... let's all just forget about Windrush, the bedroom tax, universal credit, the homeless, the NHS, police numbers, education, social care, foodbanks, the betrayal of Nazanin Z R, the refusal to publish key reports, including the Tories' own assessment of the likely impact of Brexit, the racist remarks about Muslim women, the shunning by his own family, the avoidance of scrutiny, particularly by Andrew Neil, his involvement in having two reporters attacked, his lying, especially to his former boss and to the Queen, his casual abandonment of his lovers and children, his brutal reprisals against anyone who disagrees with him, even his own MPs, and now his attempts to threaten and silence the BBC and other measured observers who criticise him, the lies on the side of the bus and about the number of hospitals he promises to build, the prorogation of parliament, his dangerously derogatory remarks about our judges and the justice system, his inflammatory language especially as regards JC ( and not forgetting "f...k business!") ,  his acclaim for his "great" brexit deal which was actually even weaker than May's deal......yes all these things are as nothing when he will create great trade links with his role model Trump, and the rest of the world. After all, all the countries are lining up to do deals with someone whose word they can trust implicitly.
Yes, let's just forget his record in office, (even the blunders as London Mayor) ,....come to think of it, I've already let slip my mind lots of his other machinations with Cummings, Gove, Raab, the ERG and Jacob and co, and let him glory in his miraculous devastation of the weakest Labour and Lib Dem "challenge" imagineable.
 Let's all be proud of our new right wing country and forget how vulnerable we now are to attack. It will be a doddle to continue to stay close to our European allies, even if it is a bit  trickier to travel there from now on. 

We Englanders can cope with anything......even increased poverty and house or job shortages. Rule Britannia!!

Cue torrents of abuse from several  Nutters on here!!
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425General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Mon Dec 16 2019, 21:40

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
OK, Merry Christmas. santa

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426General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Mon Dec 16 2019, 22:27

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

427General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Mon Dec 16 2019, 22:33

okocha

okocha
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
Thanks, Cajun....oh... and thanks to Glos for his apology to me a couple of days ago.

Merry Christmas to all.....and let's hope the Peace Process in Northern Ireland is not under threat, as seemed likely a while ago. Did anyone ever consider the island of Ireland in 2016 when we were asked to vote without the facts or with-out-and-out lies to guide our choice? ::bwfcfan:: santa santa

428General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Mon Dec 16 2019, 22:40

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@okocha wrote:So it's all hunky dory now:- we're well on the way to uniting the country and making it great again.... let's all just forget about Windrush, the bedroom tax, universal credit, the homeless, the NHS, police numbers, education, social care, foodbanks, the betrayal of Nazanin Z R, the refusal to publish key reports, including the Tories' own assessment of the likely impact of Brexit, the racist remarks about Muslim women, the shunning by his own family, the avoidance of scrutiny, particularly by Andrew Neil, his involvement in having two reporters attacked, his lying, especially to his former boss and to the Queen, his casual abandonment of his lovers and children, his brutal reprisals against anyone who disagrees with him, even his own MPs, and now his attempts to threaten and silence the BBC and other measured observers who criticise him, the lies on the side of the bus and about the number of hospitals he promises to build, the prorogation of parliament, his dangerously derogatory remarks about our judges and the justice system, his inflammatory language especially as regards JC ( and not forgetting "f...k business!") ,  his acclaim for his "great" brexit deal which was actually even weaker than May's deal......yes all these things are as nothing when he will create great trade links with his role model Trump, and the rest of the world. After all, all the countries are lining up to do deals with someone whose word they can trust implicitly.
Yes, let's just forget his record in office, (even the blunders as London Mayor) ,....come to think of it, I've already let slip my mind lots of his other machinations with Cummings, Gove, Raab, the ERG and Jacob and co, and let him glory in his miraculous devastation of the weakest Labour and Lib Dem "challenge" imagineable.
 Let's all be proud of our new right wing country and forget how vulnerable we now are to attack. It will be a doddle to continue to stay close to our European allies, even if it is a bit  trickier to travel there from now on. 

We Englanders can cope with anything......even increased poverty and house or job shortages. Rule Britannia!!

Cue torrents of abuse from several  Nutters on here!!
You could have put some paragraphs in......... :biggrin:

429General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Mon Dec 16 2019, 22:42

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@boltonbonce wrote:OK, Merry Christmas. santa

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Let’s do it properly...

https://forum.boltonnuts.co.uk/t20389-merry-christmas#398494

:biggrin:

430General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Mon Dec 16 2019, 23:10

xmiles

xmiles
Jay Jay Okocha
Jay Jay Okocha

Interesting article bonce. Sadly with Rayner apparently backing Long-Bailey it looks like the fix is in to appoint a Corbyn stooge as Labour leader. If so Boris is going to be around for more than 5 years!

431General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Mon Dec 16 2019, 23:42

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
There's going to be some vicious infighting. We've already got Flint v Thornberry.

432General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 01:37

Hip Priest

Hip Priest
Tony Kelly
Tony Kelly
@xmiles wrote:

Interesting article bonce. Sadly with Rayner apparently backing Long-Bailey it looks like the fix is in to appoint a Corbyn stooge as Labour leader. If so Boris is going to be around for more than 5 years!

I totally agree with you. I reckon it's done and dusted Long Bailey will get the gig. The one thing you can always rely on the Labour party to do these days is to shoot itself in the foot.

433General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 07:22

wanderlust

wanderlust
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Natasha Whittam wrote:
@xmiles wrote:That is just a sign of the future that we can look forward to thanks to the people stupid enough to vote for Boris.

Which party did intelligent people vote for xmiles?
Great question.
Not sure if we have the technology but it would be great to attach an alert to this so that it’s flagged up in two years time say.

434General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 10:56

okocha

okocha
Andy Walker
Andy Walker
@karlypants wrote:
@okocha wrote:So it's all hunky dory now:- we're well on the way to uniting the country and making it great again.... let's all just forget about Windrush, the bedroom tax, universal credit, the homeless, the NHS, police numbers, education, social care, foodbanks, the betrayal of Nazanin Z R, the refusal to publish key reports, including the Tories' own assessment of the likely impact of Brexit, the racist remarks about Muslim women, the shunning by his own family, the avoidance of scrutiny, particularly by Andrew Neil, his involvement in having two reporters attacked, his lying, especially to his former boss and to the Queen, his casual abandonment of his lovers and children, his brutal reprisals against anyone who disagrees with him, even his own MPs, and now his attempts to threaten and silence the BBC and other measured observers who criticise him, the lies on the side of the bus and about the number of hospitals he promises to build, the prorogation of parliament, his dangerously derogatory remarks about our judges and the justice system, his inflammatory language especially as regards JC ( and not forgetting "f...k business!") ,  his acclaim for his "great" brexit deal which was actually even weaker than May's deal......yes all these things are as nothing when he will create great trade links with his role model Trump, and the rest of the world. After all, all the countries are lining up to do deals with someone whose word they can trust implicitly.
Yes, let's just forget his record in office, (even the blunders as London Mayor) ,....come to think of it, I've already let slip my mind lots of his other machinations with Cummings, Gove, Raab, the ERG and Jacob and co, and let him glory in his miraculous devastation of the weakest Labour and Lib Dem "challenge" imagineable.
 Let's all be proud of our new right wing country and forget how vulnerable we now are to attack. It will be a doddle to continue to stay close to our European allies, even if it is a bit  trickier to travel there from now on. 

We Englanders can cope with anything......even increased poverty and house or job shortages. Rule Britannia!!

Cue torrents of abuse from several  Nutters on here!!
You could have put some paragraphs in......... :biggrin:
Karly, It's designed to read as one long list!! 
Get your reading specs on and enjoy browsing through as many of our great leader's misdemeanours as I can bring to mind. Another sneaky one this morning, leading to the renewed possibility of leaving without a deal! Sad  Twisted Evil
I thought this threat had been dealt with!
Anyway, happy Christmas to you and yours from your number one fan..santa

435General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 11:50

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Natasha Whittam wrote:Which party did intelligent people vote for xmiles?

Come on xmiles, don't avoid the question.

436General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 11:52

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Announced today, UK unemployment at it's lowest for almost 45 years.

I'm sure some will find a negative in that though.

437General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 11:53

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Natasha Whittam wrote:
@Natasha Whittam wrote:Which party did intelligent people vote for xmiles?

Come on xmiles, don't avoid the question.
Very Happy

438General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 13:00

xmiles

xmiles
Jay Jay Okocha
Jay Jay Okocha

439General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 13:19

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Come on xmiles, you need to enlighten us plebs.

440General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 13:19

Norpig

Norpig
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Natasha Whittam wrote:Announced today, UK unemployment at it's lowest for almost 45 years.

I'm sure some will find a negative in that though.
How many of them on zero hours contracts?

441General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 14:18

boltonbonce

boltonbonce
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I have to keep reminding myself that it could be worse.
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442General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 14:24

xmiles

xmiles
Jay Jay Okocha
Jay Jay Okocha
@boltonbonce wrote:I have to keep reminding myself that it could be worse.
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That remains to be seen.

443General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 14:28

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Come on xmiles, if you're happy to have a pop at people voting Tory, you should at least tell us how clever people like you voted?

444General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 14:35

karlypants

karlypants
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Xmiles must be feeling rather embarrassed with himself at that comment he made. Very Happy

445General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 14:50

Natasha Whittam

Natasha Whittam
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I'm not trying to be clever, but I don't see how voting Tory was stupid.

446General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 15:37

wanderlust

wanderlust
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Natasha Whittam wrote:I'm not trying to be clever, but I don't see how voting Tory was stupid.

I reckon his point is exactly that I.e.that people who voted Tory genuinely don’t see how or why it was a stupid thing to do. 

So let’s see how it pans out - and if they come to regret what they’ve done.

447General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 15:49

Cajunboy

Cajunboy
El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
I think voting for Corbyn would have been the stupid thing to do.

Thankfully thousands of dyed in the wool lifelong Labour voters had the good sense to vote for Boris.

448General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 16:48

Cajunboy

Cajunboy
El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
I do though have my worries about Boris. I do not like his Trump-like persona or some of his past history.

I'm not a total nutter.

449General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 17:11

xmiles

xmiles
Jay Jay Okocha
Jay Jay Okocha
@Cajunboy wrote:I do though have my worries about Boris. I do not like his Trump-like persona or some of his past history.

I'm not a total nutter.

Glad to hear it. Also pleased your op went well.

Enjoy Xmas!

450General Election - Page 15 Empty Re: General Election on Tue Dec 17 2019, 17:58

Cajunboy

Cajunboy
El Hadji Diouf
El Hadji Diouf
Cheers!!!!

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