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Algernon Monquee...
post Aug 28 2019, 09:10 AM
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QUOTE(Izzy @ Aug 28 2019, 09:31 AM) *
Medieval feudalism ended in the 1600s or thereabouts, there was no defined end... and as it was never defined it certainly could be argued that extreme forms of capitalism share some traits...


100% THIS
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post Saturday, 08:44 PM
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Westminster voting intention:

CON: 37% (+2)
LAB: 25% (-)
LDEM: 16% (-1)
BREX: 13% (-)
GRN: 2% (-1)

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Good grief! Seems the worse Boris is the more he is liked...
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Showing himself off as being a strong leader who wants to push through Brexit at any cost goes down well with voters who are Brexit at any cost and those more moderate who just want it decided upon!
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Why are you quoting the outlier?

All others have Labour way in front, including internal no.10 polls rotf.gif
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Oh yes, I do like the ComRes one where Labour has a lead of -1.
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QUOTE(Algernon Monqueef @ Sep 15 2019, 12:48 AM) *
Why are you quoting the outlier?

All others have Labour way in front, including internal no.10 polls rotf.gif


Oh right, I forgot - all polls that don't show Labour running the Tories close are 'invalid/biased'... rolleyes.gif
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QUOTE(Algernon Monqueef @ Sep 15 2019, 12:48 AM) *
Why are you quoting the outlier?

All others have Labour way in front, including internal no.10 polls rotf.gif

Would you like to provide a link to these mysterious polls.

If, as has been reported, No 10 are commissioning polls, perhaps somebody would like to question whether it is a legal use of state funds.
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QUOTE(Steve201 @ Sep 15 2019, 12:41 AM) *
Showing himself off as being a strong leader who wants to push through Brexit at any cost goes down well with voters who are Brexit at any cost and those more moderate who just want it decided upon!


A recent Hansard poll showed that a majority of people from the UK, on all sides of the political spectrum, would favour a "strong, rule breaking leader" over a democratic one (54% agreed, only 23% disagreed), so in that regard I do not see this poll (if it is not an outlier) as particularly surprising. I'm starting to think that we're in the beginning of a post-democratic world, where people are willing to accept a strongman, rule breaking, authoritarian tough leader, as long as that leader agrees with everything that you want to take place.
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The polls arenīt surprising at all(unfortunately IMO). Most people accept that Brexit is happening and just want it over with now regardless of how they voted and see Boris as far more likely to carry it through than Corbyn. What most people arenīt thinking about however, is the aftermath sad.gif

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Again, ONE outlier vs the rest of the polling data that shows the end of the Tory party x
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QUOTE(Algernon Monqueef @ Sep 15 2019, 04:13 PM) *
Again, ONE outlier vs the rest of the polling data that shows the end of the Tory party x


The power of wishful thinking... rotf.gif
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QUOTE(mald487 @ Sep 15 2019, 03:34 PM) *
The polls arenīt surprising at all(unfortunately IMO). Most people accept that Brexit is happening and just want it over with now regardless of how they voted and see Boris as far more likely to carry it through than Corbyn. What most people arenīt thinking about however, is the aftermath sad.gif

The sad thing is that a lot of those people believe that it really will be "over" if we leave next month. The truth is that the issue will continue to dominate politics for years to come as we try to negotiate deals (not just trade deals) with the rest of the world.
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QUOTE(vidcapper @ Sep 15 2019, 04:31 PM) *
The power of wishful thinking... rotf.gif


You are suuuch a Tory.

And nope. Btw, how is that 400 seat Mad May majority workin out?
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QUOTE(Algernon Monqueef @ Sep 15 2019, 06:05 PM) *
You are suuuch a Tory.


There's no need to insult me. huh.gif

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And nope. Btw, how is that 400 seat Mad May majority workin out?


For that matter how is that 2017 Corbyn 'win' working out... laugh.gif
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Quite well thanks. The opposition has a lot more mps than the weak and wobbly chaotic disco citizens party x
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QUOTE(Algernon Monqueef @ Sep 16 2019, 09:43 AM) *
Quite well thanks. The opposition has a lot more mps than the weak and wobbly chaotic disco citizens party x


'disco citizens'? laugh.gif
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REVOKE SURGE
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QUOTE(Izzy @ Sep 19 2019, 05:04 AM) *


REVOKE SURGE


Does anyone remember there's more to politics than Brexit, though... smile.gif
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If you want to go back to that halcyon period where the B-word didn't dominate all political discussion, vote Lib Dem to get out of it magic.gif

(estimated time only 1 year, other parties all offer 10 years or more)
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ComRes

28% Evil rich party
27% Labour for the people
20% Yellow Tories

After Oct 1st the Tories will collapse, plus the impartiality laws in an election to stop the massive anti Labour bias, Corbyn's campaigning, and it's a done deal. Fiiinally a Labour government! We've been waiting so many years for a party that isn't neoliberal!!
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