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Re: Kier Starmer Thu Apr 22, 2021 7:17 pm  
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Starmer is actually interested in football and is a season ticket holder Johnson is not on both counts.
Re: Kier Starmer Thu Apr 22, 2021 9:02 pm  

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Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
Starmer is actually interested in football and is a season ticket holder Johnson is not on both counts.


As any self respecting Labour supporter would, you are moving the goal post to suit your narrative.
Let’s break it down.

Labour supporter claims Boris is jumping on the bandwagon. I point out that starmer is too and you all start typing a load of nonsense saying starmer is entitled to but Boris isn’t.

It’s utterly laughable and I reiterate my point that this is why no one votes Labour because the party and its supporters are an embarrassment
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Re: Kier Starmer Thu Apr 22, 2021 9:57 pm  

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Steph Curry wrote:
As any self respecting Labour supporter would, you are moving the goal post to suit your narrative.
Let’s break it down.

Labour supporter claims Boris is jumping on the bandwagon. I point out that starmer is too and you all start typing a load of nonsense saying starmer is entitled to but Boris isn’t.

It’s utterly laughable and I reiterate my point that this is why no one votes Labour because the party and its supporters are an embarrassment


Whereas those who vote Tory most certainly aren't :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Re: Kier Starmer Fri Apr 23, 2021 12:04 am  
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The disadvantage of being a Conservative voter are supporters like you.
Re: Kier Starmer Fri Apr 23, 2021 5:08 am  

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I simply wanted anything but Corbyn - and it seems so did the electorate :D


43% of those who chose to vote, voted for the con party.

57% voted against them, even with Corbyn at the helm.
It's like watching the Wizard of Oz with the cowardly liar as head honcho.

Are you really pleased that the fool Johnson is going to be the person who will lead us into the post brexit nightmare and that he's the best we've got?
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Re: Kier Starmer Fri Apr 23, 2021 3:09 pm  

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Ovavoo wrote:
43% of those who chose to vote, voted for the con party.

57% voted against them, even with Corbyn at the helm.
It's like watching the Wizard of Oz with the cowardly liar as head honcho.

Are you really pleased that the fool Johnson is going to be the person who will lead us into the post brexit nightmare and that he's the best we've got?


Fortunately for Johnson, the problems that will follow the HUGE debt brought on with covid, will dwarf any of the issues surrounding Brexit.
In "normal" times the failings of Brexit (and lack of any "upside" ) would be making the news headlines on a daily basis.
However, Covid has pretty much taken over, both in terms of spending and in terms of it being a much greater problem.

It's worth remembering that Bojo - the man of many faces, was, like his father, pro European, until he saw a chance to become PM and then, surprise, surprise, he changed sides. :oops:
Re: Kier Starmer Fri Apr 23, 2021 9:06 pm  

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In 2016, Starmer voted against an investigation into the Iraq war. I wonder why?

He has also consistently voted against reducing CGT and against increasing the tax threshold. Hang on, I thought Labour were “for the many”?
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Re: Kier Starmer Fri Apr 23, 2021 9:30 pm  
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I wonder why Boris tried to get donors to pay for his fiancé expensive redecorating which is against the rules so had to pay for it himself because I guess he could not find a way to get the taxpayer to fund it like his now useless press room.
I am afraid you must stop living in the past or is that all you have the Iraq war. I believe the only thing to stop Cameron doing much the same was that Parliament voted against it, so war is not restricted to the Labour Party. We could go back to the formation of the NHS can you guess which party voted over 20 times for it not to be brought into existence and how many lives have been saved by the fact it was.
What have you got to say about the pandemic and the number that died in the U.K., who do you hold responsible for that Starmer I suppose because he voted against something in 2016 which was the same year a pandemic report was produced regarding our preparedness but mysteriously it was never published.I would think Johnson head must be near the ceiling with the number of reports he is sat on.
Re: Kier Starmer Sun Apr 25, 2021 5:21 pm  

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Ovavoo wrote:
43% of those who chose to vote, voted for the con party.

57% voted against them, even with Corbyn at the helm.
It's like watching the Wizard of Oz with the cowardly liar as head honcho.

Are you really pleased that the fool Johnson is going to be the person who will lead us into the post brexit nightmare and that he's the best we've got?


No single party has won more than 50% of the votes since 1931 - that includes all the Labour governments of Atlee, Wilson, Blair et al - did that make them any less legitimate than Johnson's current government?
Re: Kier Starmer Sun Apr 25, 2021 9:12 pm  

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Kier starmers approval rating is the lowest it ever has been.

Just shows that everyone bar a couple of people on rlfans prefer Boris over him. But of course, those 2 people on an insignificant forum know more than the rest of the country.

The next election will be hilarious. I reckon Labour may even struggle to finish second!
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