On 11 Jan 2019 at 3:06pm Bert wrote:
iF there was a general election in the offing, it would be a real conundrum who to vote for. And to not vote would be terrible, Maybe we should all spoil our papers or vote Green. That would really send a message to the politicians.
On 11 Jan 2019 at 3:30pm sleeveless wrote:
Hardly difficult. There is only one person capable of uniting the country and getting a better deal with the EU and that is Jeremy Corbyn. He is the future - thank goodness.
On 11 Jan 2019 at 4:08pm Hyena wrote:
Brainless as well as sleeveless.
On 11 Jan 2019 at 4:12pm sleeveless wrote:
Why the thumbs down? After securing a better deal with the EU, Jeremy will rebuild our badly broken country. Schools will be properly funded, houses will be built, jobs will be created, the NHS will be saved just to name a few - what isnít there to like?
On 11 Jan 2019 at 4:38pm Arnold wrote:
Well, he's a Brexiter through and through but will not publicly support Brexit and he campaigned for Remain (in a half-hearted way). Also a lot of the press tell us that he's a 'Communist' (I know he's not) and for some reason that terrifies people - including my 90 year old father.
I sincerely admire his aims were he to be in government though and it still leaves me in a quandary as to which party to vote for if a General Election were to be held anytime soon.
On 11 Jan 2019 at 6:21pm sleeveless wrote:
Goodness me, even more thumbs down. Clearly, the views of Lewes forum users are different from those of the majority of the UK.
On 11 Jan 2019 at 6:51pm nancy wrote:
Corbyn is a silly old duffer who would bankrupt the country within weeks. I assume Sleeveless isn't old enough to remember the last left wing Labour government.
On 11 Jan 2019 at 6:55pm Nevillman wrote:
Sleeveless, I've seen nothing to suggest that the majority of voters support Corbyn. I read that 80%of labour supporters oppose him on Brexit which is the biggest issue facing the electorate. In Lewes, the choice will be simple between a Brexit supporting Tory and a remain lib dem. Corbyn does not have the support of the majority of labour voters. He was an appalling choice of leader who succeeded through far left entryism.
On 11 Jan 2019 at 7:28pm very Inconvenient Truth wrote:
you will find the overwhelming majority of my fellow labour supporters love Corbyn and hate brexit
and will do anything to keep this great country at the top table where we belong and lead by the nose into the endless wilderness of no deal or may's destruction of the union
On 11 Jan 2019 at 9:52pm Tom Pain wrote:
Far left entryism? That's a new one, perhaps Pervy Pete can help me out with this.
On 11 Jan 2019 at 10:46pm Hyena wrote:
I suspect heís otherwise engaged this evening.
On 12 Jan 2019 at 9:13am Bert wrote:
I certainly don't think we are at the top Table within the EU, just one of 28 !! So that has flawed your argument vit.
On 12 Jan 2019 at 1:15pm Nevillman wrote:
@tom pain. Why do you need far left entryism explained by Pete? It is well known that many people who regard themselves as far left joined the Labour party when the rules on voting for a leader were changed. It was similar to militant tendency in the 1980s but this time they succeeded as milliband had changed the rules on how the leader was elected. Please ask if you would like more details.
On 12 Jan 2019 at 2:11pm Clifford wrote:
nancy wrote: 'Sleeveless isn't old enough to remember the last left wing Labour government.'
I'd love to know when there was a 'left wing Labour government' - I can remember the governments of Wilson, Callaghan, Blair, Brown, not one of which was left wing.
On 12 Jan 2019 at 2:13pm Clifford wrote:
very Inconvenient Truth wrote: you will find the overwhelming majority of my fellow labour supporters love Corbyn and hate brexit and will do anything to keep this great country at the top table where we belong...
So the majority of Labour supporters are 'great country' nationalists AND want the UK to be part of the EU neo-liberal project? Some confusion there I think.
On 13 Jan 2019 at 10:27pm Grumbleweed wrote:
The manner in which Brexit has been handled makes a mockery of voting, as it is evident your vote counts for nothing. Modern politicians are made up between a mixture of barrow boys and spivs.