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lew chaterleys lover
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I don’t think you have to laugh at what Maringer said. Regardless of how deliberately misleading many politicians of different parties can be, it doesn’t mean they are all the same or that their methods and causes are morally equivalent, or all are as economically or socially as valid as each other.

I tend to think Corbyn is better for the country than Farage or Johnson or others of their ilk. I’d trust him a lot more than either of those two lying girl privates. Tories like them have copulated over places like Grimsby far more than Labour ever has. They’ve been in power for 29 years to Labour’s 18 of the 47 years since we joined the Common Market.


The fact that they have been in power for 29 years compared to 18 shows that most people do NOT agree with you! Why on earth do you think that your views are correct, and anybody supporting Farage or anybody else should be denied the opportunity to go along to BP as Maringer alluded to?

I guess you also think 17.4 million people were wrong? As I say, it is laughable that some people think only their colour rosette has any credibility.
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The fact that they have been in power for 29 years compared to 18 shows that most people do NOT agree with you! Why on earth do you think that your views are correct, and anybody supporting Farage or anybody else should be denied the opportunity to go along to BP as Maringer alluded to?

I guess you also think 17.4 million people were wrong? As I say, it is laughable that some people think only their colour rosette has any credibility.


Yes it does show more people disagree with me than agree. Doesn’t make them right though. And yes I do think 17.4 million people were wrong. It’d be totally illogical to change my view just because more people had a different view. I didn’t make my mind up on the basis of who I thought would win.

As for the Brexit Party event at BP, no one has said ‘only Labour must be allowed to hold an event there’. The original point made by a few people on Twitter and on Cod Almighty was that the Brexit Party shouldn’t be allowed to because they are more divisive than anyone else (apart from parties like the BNP or whatever they’re called these days). Personally I’d rather the club turned down any political group, especially now.


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Yes it does show more people disagree with me than agree. Doesn’t make them right though. And yes I do think 17.4 million people were wrong. It’d be totally illogical to change my view just because more people had a different view. I didn’t make my mind up on the basis of who I thought would win.

As for the Brexit Party event at BP, no one has said ‘only Labour must be allowed to hold an event there’. The original point made by a few people on Twitter and on Cod Almighty was that the Brexit Party shouldn’t be allowed to because they are more divisive than anyone else (apart from parties like the BNP or whatever they’re called these days). Personally I’d rather the club turned down any political group, especially now.


You are obviously entitled to your view that you think the majority are wrong, but why that equates to the club turning down legitimate income from a political meeting during a General Election campaign I have absolutely no idea.
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I tend to think Corbyn is better for the country than Farage or Johnson or others of their ilk. I’d trust him a lot more than either of those two lying girl privates. Tories like them have copulated over places like Grimsby far more than Labour ever has. They’ve been in power for 29 years to Labour’s 18 of the 47 years since we joined the Common Market.



Corbyn reminds me of a friend at school who was always talking about being kind to animals and then he left school and became a butcher’s apprentice.


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Doesn't make you right either Kingston. In my opinion If you think Commie Corbyn would be good for the country you need your head testing!

"Jeremy Corbyn’s fitness for office was questioned today by three former Labour MPs who urged voters to back Boris Johnson instead.

Ian Austin, who worked a special adviser for Gordon Brown and in Downing Street, said that Mr Corbyn was an “extremist” who is “completely unfit” to be prime minister and told The Times that he would be voting for the Conservatives on election day.

“Voting for anybody other than Boris Johnson risks Corbyn getting into No 10 and I think that would be a disaster for Britain,” he said.
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And I don't see why Brexit Party are at all devisive or should be lumped alongside BNP 🙄 They are no more so than the Liberal (un)democrats and if they were to hold a function at McMenemy's despite loathing their stance I wouldn't begrudge them and would welcome more income for the club.

I don't see their being vast swathes of rent-a-mob (il)liberal extremists foaming at the mouth in BP carpark come Thursday.

Personally, well done to the Club for welcoming people who represent the views of the vast majority of people in the area.
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I think an income to the club is fine from any political party so long as the club stays nutral
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Personally i would rather see pink floyd there, Could be a problem getting the crowd of 60 thou in but we live in hope as the football has left us all comfortably numb  
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Personally i would rather see pink floyd there, Could be a problem getting the crowd of 60 thou in but we live in hope as the football has left us all comfortably numb  
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I wouldn't welcome any controversial hate-inciting group - far right or left, but anybody else in the spectrum welcome in my eyes, like I say, even if not views I agree with.

Money in the coffers the bottom line.
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I think an income to the club is fine from any political party so long as the club stays nutral


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