UK PoliticsERA |OT1| - Strong and Stable Government? No. Coalition Of Chaos! PART 2

Dougald

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Oct 27, 2017
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At least Trump probably believes all the crazy bullshit he's spouting. Boris has no integrity and just wants to be PM, and will say whatever he thinks will get him there
 

iapetus

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Oct 26, 2017
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Lol just admit that you do/did drugs loads of people do it 🤷‍♂️ I sneezed so I didn’t get high is such a weak ass excuse.
Here's my problem with Boris. Not only did he deliberately decide to do drugs (which is apparently a bad thing) he was then too fucking incompetent to do them properly.

That's not remotely my real problem with Boris, but it's somewhere on the list...
 

Puroresu_kid

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Oct 28, 2017
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What a chancer


The Streatham MP told the Times he had been "wrong" to think "millions of politically homeless people... wanted a new option on the ballot paper".

"I also think I vastly underestimated the importance of having an infrastructure and existing relationships with voters," he added.
Just a few weeks ago he was telling us the British political system was broken.
 

ManixMiner

The Fallen
Dec 17, 2017
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The Un-united Kingdom
I’m glad Heidi has gotten in with the Lib Dem’s I think she’ll be better suited there then she was as a Tory.

Here's my problem with Boris. Not only did he deliberately decide to do drugs (which is apparently a bad thing) he was then too fucking incompetent to do them properly.

That's not remotely my real problem with Boris, but it's somewhere on the list...
Lol

To think that a man is so inept he can’t even handle a bit of coke and even messed up his admission of doing coke is going to be running this Country.

BoJo ladies and gentleman.

Personally I don’t see certain drugs as a issue I do think we should try legalising some drugs. But stuff like heroin should stay illegal.
 

Guppeth

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Oct 25, 2017
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Lol

To think that a man is so inept he can’t even handle a bit of coke and even messed up his admission of doing coke is going to be running this Country.

BoJo ladies and gentleman.

Personally I don’t see certain drugs as a issue I do think we should try legalising some drugs. But stuff like heroin should stay illegal.
I don’t think he failed at doing coke. He’s probably done shitloads. What he said was a variation on Bill Clinton’s “but I didn’t inhale” line. He’s trying to walk a line between rebellious and responsible, but like Clinton he just looks like a cunt.
 

ManixMiner

The Fallen
Dec 17, 2017
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The Un-united Kingdom
I don’t think he failed at doing coke. He’s probably done shitloads. What he said was a variation on Bill Clinton’s “but I didn’t inhale” line. He’s trying to walk a line between rebellious and responsible, but like Clinton he just looks like a cunt.
It was his BS answer that got me just admit you did some coke and everyone will move on. Saying well I sneezed so I didn't really have coke such a weak sauce excuse it's no better than my dog eat my homework.
 

Git

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Oct 26, 2017
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It was his BS answer that got me just admit you did some coke and everyone will move on. Saying well I sneezed so I didn't really have coke such a weak sauce excuse it's no better than my dog eat my homework.
He said it on Have I Got News For You - it was clearly a jokey lie then, but the press still running with it I see.
 

brain_stew

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Oct 30, 2017
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Any defections to the Lib Dems are additional votes of no confidence if Johnson attempts to take us out of the EU without a deal. Whatever your opinions of these MPs, any defections to the Lib Dems at this stage could prove crucial later down the line.
 

Temascos

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Oct 27, 2017
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Isn't Steve Bannon part of Boris' team as well? He's probably getting the racist vote on complete lockdown thanks to that bastard's manipulative tactics.

If I see Boris in person I will do what I should have done to Nigel Farage when I saw him in that coffee shop and milkshaked the fucker.
 

Garfield

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Oct 31, 2018
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For the fear of founding like captain obvious, these Heathrow plans should be shelved until the next GE, as Labour is opposed to them, so no point gong through costly years of consultations if as soon as Labour get in if they win) they will cancel the expansion?
 

solidussnaku

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Nov 29, 2017
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Boris already bucking under pressure and being ripped apart in five different ways. Guardian reports he told buisness leaders he would like to extend the transition until Dec 2021 and kinda rowed back a little on no deal, despite two key backers, Steven baker and Mark Francois kinds being in love with the idea. They are likely fuming at the breifing.

He was a shifty motherfucker according to people in the room, then fucked off before he could answer questions.

Should go down well when he's PM and can't shift no more. He's already fucking up and he isn't even on yet.
 

Ravensmash

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Oct 25, 2017
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Boris already bucking under pressure and being ripped apart in five different ways. Guardian reports he told buisness leaders he would like to extend the transition until Dec 2021 and kinda rowed back a little on no deal, despite two key backers, Steven baker and Mark Francois kinds being in love with the idea. They are likely fuming at the breifing.

He was a shifty motherfucker according to people in the room, then fucked off before he could answer questions.

Should go down well when he's PM and can't shift no more. He's already fucking up and he isn't even on yet.
Aha, was just coming to post this.


“When asked whether he was prepared to leave with no deal on 31 October, he said that it was not his preferred option, we had to prepare for no-deal and if necessary go through with it.

One attendee I spoke to felt that "his heart wasn't in that comment", another said, "the look in his eyes made you question whether he really meant that".”
 

FliXFantatier

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Oct 25, 2017
3,271
Los Angeles
Aha, was just coming to post this.


“When asked whether he was prepared to leave with no deal on 31 October, he said that it was not his preferred option, we had to prepare for no-deal and if necessary go through with it.

One attendee I spoke to felt that "his heart wasn't in that comment", another said, "the look in his eyes made you question whether he really meant that".”
Boris being a slippery weasel? I am shocked, shocked I say! /s
 

PJV3

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Oct 25, 2017
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I don't think anyone trusts Boris, both wings of the tories probably thinks he will stab the other in the end, but he will have to choose and then it will fall apart, Corbyn's fence sitting looks much more stable than this union of snakes he is riding.