Re: Good old Starmer...

Started by Scrumpy, September 27, 2022, 06:40:04 PM

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He is going to save us..  :clap: :yahoo: :yay:

September 27, 2022, 06:41:42 PM
He just said so on the news..
Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..



By spending billions on wind turbines wasn't it?

If you have no wind across the country which sometimes happens for days on end in winter it doesn't matter if you have one turbine or a million you still get no leccy out of them.


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I am too old for that these days.


I was expecting Phil to comment on that one


Its not how old you are, but how you are old. 💖


The labour party can say what it likes in opposition, no matter how absurd, because they will never have to implement their policies.

They are simply not practical people and therefore unfit to govern a cat.


Well done 'Rupa Huq' on poor old Keir's big speech day, she crashed the party and stole his limelight by 'bad mouthing' the chancellor and referring to him as 'Superficially black' poor chap. Huq, a thoroughly nasty piece of radical work has been suspended while Labour finds another superficially brown candidate to practice good old racist hypocrisy.
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Pot.. Kettle.. and all that..
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Quote from: Ashy on September 28, 2022, 12:20:33 AMThey are simply not practical people and therefore unfit to govern a cat.
Just as being useless is no impediment to high office being collectively useless seems to be no impediment to being elected to form a government. Half a century or so of observation have taught me that. In fact it has taught me that being collectively useless appears to be the norm.