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Thread: Is it a surprise that people say they won't vote again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    You don't like him then?
    nope! when he was london mayor he was like the worst kind of socialist tax suckling parasite
    knowingly squandered millions on vanity projects to get votes. a very dishonest individual, even by the standards of politicians

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pano View Post
    The fact the MSM completely blocked UKIP and on the rare occasions UKIP was mentioned they were prefixed with the label...... "far right party linked to the Ex criminal, ex extremist former leader of the EDL Tommy Robinson"... this was the first words said whenever a UKIP top member was on TV or radio. So clearly the people were not, are not provided with a fair field of play so why vote?
    Nice to hear someone else sticking up for UKIP and Batten.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Username View Post
    TM did a great job at compromise. The problem is the hardliner extremists from remain and leave whom put ideology first. Why would you need to care about my perceptions? And when you say " no one" and "most of us", is that like the 'royal we'.
    It is a fact that boris johnson is a proven liar. It is also a facts he has suckled on tax payer money for his own benefit. These incidents occurred when he was london mayor
    He is not trustworthy to hold any office for any reason, irrelevant to the office, reason, or affiliation

    What you say may well be true but he is very popular with the electorate, popularity that Corbyn can only dream of
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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanLuc View Post
    What you say may well be true but he is very popular with the electorate, popularity that Corbyn can only dream of
    i am unconvinced

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    Thanks Cromwell.

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    Hello,
    Please elaborate on "posts may need approving"? Do you mean as routine, normal or is there a specific problem I ought to be informed of? Thanks.

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    Unlike the cretin, worst "politician" in the history of UK -- Sadiq Khan. He makes Trudeau look like Churchill.

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    I kinda love putting democracy in the category of "ideology". If totally respecting the referendum result makes me an ideologue then I wear that badge with honour. Some things are not ideological because they apply across the board, no prejudice, a given, accepted, the rule!! Its a bit like driving the wrong way on the M1 because it is a quicker route telling the rest of us who accept the rules - we are ideological.
    When you see an Apple Tree why be surprised it produces Apples?

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