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Dragon Red

Member Since: Fri Jul 05, 2013
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Subj: Hung Parliament
Posted: Fri Jun 09, 2017 at 06:35:36 pm EDT (Viewed 181 times)


Ordinarily I would be all for this as I loathe the idea of parties dominating government and elected dictators basically calling all the shots. But now, 10 days before "Brexit" negotiations and we have a UK where nobody is really in charge and we needed somebody with a strong UK government behind them to disentangle us from Europe. That is now lost. Theresa May screwed up so badly here calling this election everybody seemed to think its a master stroke what she did I had my doubts She should have left well enough be, dealt with Brexit first and then worried about elections and seats.

Also I don't know what absolute buffoon came up with the whole "dementia tax" idea. That's a fantastic vote winner at a time when you actually want to strengthen your side. And to top it all off, Theresa was up against Corbyn! Hardly the greatest Labour leader of all time. When you look at some of the things he wants and believes. He wants to restrict the amount of money people earn, he's hoping to increase the tax rate to the highest earners to 50% up from 45% and not surprisingly he wants to nationalise everything which will cost the country so many billions it doesn't even bear thinking about, we'll all be living like we did after WW2 if this guy gets in, the man is a freaking communist. Especially when you consider his blatant anti-monarchy stance.

I am genuinely afraid if we get another election soon "comrade Corbyn" will be elected the premier Prime Minister and we are all epicly buggered. But the pro-Labour bias of the BBC really amazed me as they reported labour had a "great success" I dont know what they are taking where they could count coming up second in a massive democratic debacle as a "Great success" Tony Blair had a great success in 1997 and again in 2001 this was anything but... Corbyn also failed. Both May and Corbyn need to go, this election has proved neither of them are suitable, but like the power hungry old fossils they are, they hang on to their power and their positions. Disgraceful!

Though if May steps aside, who do we get next? Boris Johnson?




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