On 31 May 2017 at 5:01pm Windows 98 T.M. wrote:
Maybot Malfunction......Maybot Malfunction......Now Software Update has Failed..........New Software update has failed........The Corbynator is Closing in...........The Corbynator is closing in.....HELP!......HELP!.......HEL.........
On 31 May 2017 at 5:08pm Cooper wrote:
She's dreadful, isn't she. I'm a lifelong Tory voter but just can't this time.
On 31 May 2017 at 5:27pm endoftheouse wrote:
There are plenty of Tory voters that will just be keeping quiet about their voting intentions, just like the Leave voters did prior to the Referendum.
On 31 May 2017 at 6:07pm Newms wrote:
The key point is that an old stale government presiding over cuts promising tax rises and sounding like the Daily Mail should be miles behind . Personally I don`t believe Corbyn has a chance if it looks like a real possibility but I have often been wrong lately……. Deep sigh…
A small majority in an election that was supposed to be an endorsement of hard Brexit is a chance for remain though . Beating a superannuated sixth form revolutionary was never much proof of support but failing to do so soundly is terrible weakness. Business is already horrified at the timing of it and desperate for some transition period .
That is what a strong Liberal voice can demand , May must start listening to someone , why not Lewes ?
All is not lost for the country , not yet….
On 31 May 2017 at 6:10pm Undertaker wrote:
The Tories are corpsing. The coffin has been ordered.
On 31 May 2017 at 6:40pm Sensible wrote:
Carry on, then. The right-thinking people in every constituency aren't playing silly games watching debates and polls. They aren't fussing about their vote. They will do as is correct and select the Conservative Party candidate on their ballot papers. There isn't one person known to me who has thought to change from voting for the Conservative Party. The opposition of all colours are about to be crushed into irrelevance or seditious illegality. Why are they complaining? I'll tell you why. Because the people they think they support, whether they be politicians or the self-made poor, aren't worth supporting. Our friends in a Conservative government, on the other hand, bring order, prosperity and responsibility. That will be the result next week. Afterwards, Labour, Greens and Liberal Democrats will rightfully be public laughing stock, along with all their voters. Who would want to side with people who do nothing but blindly oppose?
On 31 May 2017 at 6:51pm Laugher Curve wrote:
Wonderful satire from @Sensible.Keep it up the Tories are nearly finished. Caulfield is packing her bags.
On 31 May 2017 at 7:20pm Stoneman wrote:
You truly are a complete idiot laughter curve.
If it's down to you we would have an X factor style election but thank god it isn't down to you.
I want a PM who runs the country not someone who is happy appearing on chat shows.
If Caulfield goes it will be a sad day when she will be replaced by a fence sitting liberal who has no ideas of her own.
On 31 May 2017 at 9:48pm Frak wrote:
stoneman - Theresa May seemed perfectly happy being on the one show - even brought her husband along. So who do you want as pm?
Sensible - I can't actually believe you are for real - this hankering after a one party totalitarian state seems too far fetched even for a Tory.
On 31 May 2017 at 9:51pm wrote:
If it is a sad day, will you promise to never mention it, never do that thing the Remainers do and argue against the democratic choice people made.
Will you get behind the elected party, accept and apologise for being wrong, and quietly move on with your life?
On 31 May 2017 at 9:58pm Mark wrote:
It's a confirmation of her utter hopelessness that she seems to be moving closer and closer to losing the most winnable election ever. Repeating the phrase, "Strong and stable vs a coalition of chaos" over and over again and the ridiculous set piece speeches in factories with the staff marched in and briefed to look like they're attentive and the refusal to engage in debate. She's about as strong as a wet tissue.
On 31 May 2017 at 10:36pm Clifford wrote:
Stoneman, how do you think a prime minister 'runs' a country? Your ignorance is beyond belief. Surely even you have noticed that 'the markets' run the country. As a supporter of capitalism I thought you would have seen that.
On 31 May 2017 at 11:50pm Sussex Dim, @ Frak wrote:
Don’t worry Stoneman – I’ll field this one.
Because nobody’s really interested in vigorous debate, in stupid details like ‘policies’ and ‘commitments’, what we really want to know of a PM candidate is, is it they or their partners who put the bins out.
Honestly Frak, you’re so stupid!
On 1 Jun 2017 at 8:41am Buzzard wrote:
Markets seem pretty relaxed about Tory meltdown. FTSE 100 up 0.4% this morning, pound not much changed. They usually prefer Tories (after all the big trades are all on behalf of big corporates or the super-rich) but May is such a disaster, they are are not bothered at her imminent demise. Rudd is presumably being readed for a coronation as the next Tory leader as soon as this shambolic campaign is history.