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Posted by wrencat1873 on Tue Jun 20, 2017 7:50 am
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PCollinson1990 wrote:
I'll leave you with your supreme intellect to figure that out. What's wrong today, did the PRIME MINISTER not wake you with a personal alarm call?


You really are quite funny.

Of course I saw the election result, a hung parliament (something slightly different to a landslide victory, dont you think).
Mrs May currently has the opposite of the Midas touch, everything she has done while in the top job has turned to crap.
If you think this is good for you or, the country, knock yourself out, you deserve each other.

Personally, I think that we can all do a hell of a lot better.
We need a strong and stable party with a strong and stable leader to take us forward not a spinning wind bag, full of U turns and hot air.
She talks a storm and delivers NOTHING.

If you believe that she is so good, perhaps you can enlighten us as to ANY of her achievements so far, whilst in office.
Come on wise guy, tell us all just how good she is.
Posted by Sal Paradise on Tue Jun 20, 2017 7:54 am
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DGM wrote:
She'd probably mess that up too. "Yes Mr Wrencat, I'll wake you up at 7am sharp", only to do a U-turn in the middle of the night and decide not to go ahead with it, Wrencat sleeps in and it ruins his day, and instead of speaking to Wrencat personally to say sorry & explain, she issues a robotic, soulless apology from outside number 10.

Anyway, "PCollinson". Feel free to actually contribute to the thread instead of dishing out insults. Discussing the performance of our Prime Minister is a perfectly valid topic, wherever someone sits on the political spectrum. Her performance & decisions effect us all. If you don't agree with his points, debate them and make your own, that's how it works. You don't want to get banned again do you, like your previous three incarnations.


It is but you also have to have an open mind about other PM's and their performance - Brown was hardly empathetic to anyone including his own MPs. Blair took us into a war on false pretences which might now be responsible for the killings in Manchester and London, Callaghan had to call in the IMF etc.
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Posted by Sal Paradise on Tue Jun 20, 2017 7:58 am
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wrencat1873 wrote:
You really are quite funny.

Of course I saw the election result, a hung parliament (something slightly different to a landslide victory, dont you think).
Mrs May currently has the opposite of the Midas touch, everything she has done while in the top job has turned to crap.
If you think this is good for you or, the country, knock yourself out, you deserve each other.

Personally, I think that we can all do a hell of a lot better.
We need a strong and stable party with a strong and stable leader to take us forward not a spinning wind bag, full of U turns and hot air.
She talks a storm and delivers NOTHING.

If you believe that she is so good, perhaps you can enlighten us as to ANY of her achievements so far, whilst in office.
Come on wise guy, tell us all just how good she is.


What ever she has or hasn't done she still c1m more people to vote for her than Jeremy got to vote for him despite offering to give everybody everything. I think that's the bit that irks you the most :D It could actually be worse - Jeremy could be in charge and Diane Abbot would be the Home Secretary!!!
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Posted by PCollinson1990 on Tue Jun 20, 2017 8:26 am
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Sal Paradise wrote:
Jeremy could be in charge and Diane Abbot would be the Home Secretary!!!


:shudder: A woman who can't manage a basic condition (it isn't an illness), yet she thinks she could manage the foreign office. Theresa May (and the Tory's as a whole) biggest achievement so far has been to keep the Labour party out and prevent another round of profligate spending brining the country to bankruptcy AGAIN.
Posted by DGM on Tue Jun 20, 2017 8:32 am
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Sal Paradise wrote:
It is but you also have to have an open mind about other PM's and their performance - Brown was hardly empathetic to anyone including his own MPs. Blair took us into a war on false pretences which might now be responsible for the killings in Manchester and London, Callaghan had to call in the IMF etc.


Indeed, completely agree on that point, and on Blair/Brown (Callaghan was before my time, I don't know enough about him).
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Posted by wrencat1873 on Tue Jun 20, 2017 8:58 am
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Sal Paradise wrote:
What ever she has or hasn't done she still c1m more people to vote for her than Jeremy got to vote for him despite offering to give everybody everything. I think that's the bit that irks you the most :D It could actually be worse - Jeremy could be in charge and Diane Abbot would be the Home Secretary!!!


I actually agree with you but, thankfully, we are unlikely to see them in charge.

However, the Prime Minister asked you to trust her to deliver a good Brexit deal and deliver a fair society.
I know this is unlikely to happen as, despite her "friends" on here, she will be gone in the near future and then you will all be saying just how poor she was.
Why are you in denial, when she would struggle to run a bath, successfully, never mind run the country.
Posted by PCollinson1990 on Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:02 am
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wrencat1873 wrote:
I actually agree with you but, thankfully, we are unlikely to see them in charge.

However, the Prime Minister asked you to trust her to deliver a good Brexit deal and deliver a fair society.
I know this is unlikely to happen as, despite her "friends" on here, she will be gone in the near future and then you will all be saying just how poor she was.
Why are you in denial, when she would struggle to run a bath, successfully, never mind run the country.

And cringebin has achieved a LOSS in a general election, despits the biggest proposed handouts in recent history.
Posted by wrencat1873 on Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:10 am
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PCollinson1990 wrote:
And cringebin has achieved a LOSS in a general election, despits the biggest proposed handouts in recent history.


You say that like it was a surprise.
Labour were supposed to be facing oblivion after the election but, Mrs May has actually breathed life into Corbyn and his policies, you and Mrs May must be really proud of that :lol:
Posted by Biff Tannen on Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:18 am
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PCollinson1990 wrote:
And cringebin has achieved a LOSS in a general election, despits the biggest proposed handouts in recent history.


Very true. ATEOTD May won an election that had echo's of the 2010 Cameron win and Brown loss... didn't see Brown being hailed as some kind of hero in the aftermath, infact he was forced to fall on his sword for his failure.

The biggest thing here was May and her advisors not seeing the Labour party tactic of offering everything under the sun from a mile away were they to call this snap election, Corbyn had nothing to lose and everything to gain. Couple that with a head scratching, scarcely unbelievably bad manifesto and campaign in general by May and the conservatives, yet it Labour still lost and it wasn't really close.

I'm personally split on whether May should be axed, looking at the list of potential successors it isn't really filling me with inspiration.
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Posted by PCollinson1990 on Tue Jun 20, 2017 10:03 am
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Biff Tannen wrote:
Very true. ATEOTD May won an election that had echo's of the 2010 Cameron win and Brown loss... didn't see Brown being hailed as some kind of hero in the aftermath, infact he was forced to fall on his sword for his failure.

The biggest thing here was May and her advisors not seeing the Labour party tactic of offering everything under the sun from a mile away were they to call this snap election, Corbyn had nothing to lose and everything to gain. Couple that with a head scratching, scarcely unbelievably bad manifesto and campaign in general by May and the conservatives, yet it Labour still lost and it wasn't really close.

I'm personally split on whether May should be axed, looking at the list of potential successors it isn't really filling me with inspiration.

Agree 100%, can't see any better candidate in waiting, the naievety and lessons learnt may lead to her being an even better PM.
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