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Re: T. May the worst prime minister ever ? Fri May 10, 2019 2:46 pm  

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MGarbutt1986 wrote:
I simply do not want to live in a socialist country where terrorists are welcomed by CringeByn.

You're ok with them being welcomed by May, Cameron, Blair, Thatcher?
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Re: T. May the worst prime minister ever ? Fri May 10, 2019 4:42 pm  

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You're ok with them being welcomed by May, Cameron, Blair, Thatcher?

Never were, but keep your pointless socialist drum banging, it is funny. Socialism has NEVER achieved anything other than debt.

Old people make me laugh, sympathy is all I can offer.
Re: T. May the worst prime minister ever ? Sat May 11, 2019 8:19 am  

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MGarbutt1986 wrote:
Never were, but keep your pointless socialist drum banging, it is funny. Socialism has NEVER achieved anything other than debt.

Old people make me laugh, sympathy is all I can offer.


What are your thoughts on The Good Friday Agreement ?
Is Ireland a better/safer place after doing a deal with The IRA or should it have been left as it was, with Unionists and Republicans killing each other on a very regular basis.
Eventually, there has to be some dialogue between opposing sides, including those who may have been involved in terrorist activities.
Most of the time you dont hear what may be going on but, to believe that there isn't contact is just naïve.

Sometimes though, it's easier and more palatable to pretend that it isn't happening.
Re: T. May the worst prime minister ever ? Sat May 11, 2019 8:39 am  

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What are your thoughts on The Good Friday Agreement ?
Is Ireland a better/safer place after doing a deal with The IRA or should it have been left as it was, with Unionists and Republicans killing each other on a very regular basis.
Eventually, there has to be some dialogue between opposing sides, including those who may have been involved in terrorist activities.
Most of the time you dont hear what may be going on but, to believe that there isn't contact is just naïve.

Sometimes though, it's easier and more palatable to pretend that it isn't happening.

Ireland is a UK issue, the talsk were transparent, a bit different to anti semitist involvement in overseas politics.
Re: T. May the worst prime minister ever ? Sat May 11, 2019 11:14 am  

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MGarbutt1986 wrote:
Never were, but keep your pointless socialist drum banging, it is funny. Socialism has NEVER achieved anything other than debt.

What are your views on;
Universal suffrage
Free education
Free health care
Minimum wage
Weekends off
Sick pay
Holidays with pay
State pension
Social services
Council housing
???
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Re: T. May the worst prime minister ever ? Sat May 11, 2019 1:16 pm  

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What are your views on;
Universal suffrage
Free education
Free health care
Minimum wage
Weekends off
Sick pay
Holidays with pay
State pension
Social services
Council housing
???

They are all instruments of a state that has been badly managed, all are extremely overly expensive now. Why should people get a state pension, or holidays with pay, or sick pay, you can buy private policies for all of these things. You want a weekend off, crack on, but don't expect yor employer to recompense you for it. Social Services are full of rubbish civil servants. Minimum wage is garbage, if you want the job at the wage advertised then take it, otherwise, tough. LIFE IS NOT EQUAL.
THIS country needs to grow a pair and stop being so liberal.
Re: T. May the worst prime minister ever ? Sun May 12, 2019 10:54 am  

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MGarbutt1986 wrote:
They are all instruments of a state that has been badly managed, all are extremely overly expensive now. Why should people get a state pension, or holidays with pay, or sick pay, you can buy private policies for all of these things. You want a weekend off, crack on, but don't expect yor employer to recompense you for it. Social Services are full of rubbish civil servants. Minimum wage is garbage, if you want the job at the wage advertised then take it, otherwise, tough. LIFE IS NOT EQUAL.
THIS country needs to grow a pair and stop being so liberal.


Why not just go the whole hog and legalise slavery :SUBMISSION: :SUBMISSION:
Re: T. May the worst prime minister ever ? Thu May 16, 2019 4:44 pm  

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Well, finally, it looks like she's going.
Graham Brady has finally signalled the beginning of the end for the useless wind bag, Mrs May.

Having promised so much on equality and looking after the "JAMS", she's delivered so very little for anyone and on her one big policy, Brexit, she (admittedly not helped by those from within her own party) has spectacularly failed.
Ironically, we may well end up with a much "harder" Brexit, unless there is a General Election, although the outcome of that could be mighty interesting.

Apparently, the only leader less popular than may is, Mr Jeremy Corbyn, who has lower approval ratings from within his own party than Mrs May. :shock:
Re: T. May the worst prime minister ever ? Fri May 17, 2019 6:18 am  

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Good to see terrorist Corbyn cosying up to Hamas, the man should be on trial for inciting racial hatred.
Re: T. May the worst prime minister ever ? Thu May 23, 2019 9:42 am  

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MGarbutt1986 wrote:
They are all instruments of a state that has been badly managed, all are extremely overly expensive now. Why should people get a state pension, or holidays with pay, or sick pay, you can buy private policies for all of these things. You want a weekend off, crack on, but don't expect yor employer to recompense you for it. Social Services are full of rubbish civil servants. Minimum wage is garbage, if you want the job at the wage advertised then take it, otherwise, tough. LIFE IS NOT EQUAL.
THIS country needs to grow a pair and stop being so liberal.


Good grief.
So basically sod everyone who isn't rich?
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