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Coolagorna

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174 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Chris Grayling: It's t... · 0 replies · +1 points

"attacking Corbyn on nationalisation"

LOL...Please do....perhaps you aren't aware that polls show HUGE majorities of the Public ...including a majority of Tory voters and even more so UKIP voters support Re Nationalisation ...and no surprise in that ..our shambolic overpriced incompetent PRIVATE railways are a national disgrace

174 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Chris Grayling: It's t... · 0 replies · +1 points

The nerve of you Tories is breaktaking

"Pensioners who NEED their Winter Fuel Payments" you say...those would be the payments introduced by LABOUR increased by LABOUR...and voted for by CORBYN ..up until 2010 ...and which were then REDUCED by Cameron and threatened further by MAY until your election debacle ended that little plan

And the pension credits you speak of were also introduced by LABOUR to reduce the Pensioner Poverty created by 18 years of Thatcher and Major ..

Any working class pensioner who votes for May and the rest of the Tory sociopaths who despise them and impoverish them even as they pretend to listen to their "concerns" really is as thick as two short planks

174 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Chris Grayling: It's t... · 2 replies · +1 points

Let's have a reality check to the delusions on here

1) Labour ARE going to win the next General Election
2) Jeremy Corbyn IS going to be Prime Minister
3) The Tory party faces the possibility it may NEVER return to power again

Labour lead by 50 pts amongst under 25s...by 30 pts amongst 25 to 35s ..by 20 pts amongst 35 to 45s and narrowly up to early 50s...only the MSM spoonfed pensioners saved the Blues in June and your supporterst are dying off every day that goes by

Working age people now clearly overwhelmingly reject Tory social and moral values and crucially many have also seen through the disastrous neoliberal economic model which all parties have been bound by since the 79 disaster of Thatcher being elected to destroy the post war decent consensus that led to solid growth and improving lives for all...and realised that only Socialism will save them from never ending austerity

As Roy Orbison put it ...It's over....Thatchers 40 year hold over the British people will be destroyed at the next GE...or as Mr Corbyn rightly put it ..Things CAN change. ..and trust me THEY WILL

188 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Our CCHQ election audi... · 0 replies · +1 points

William Hague actually led your party in 2001 to another dismal defeat on a pathetic 59% turnout not IDS who never faced the electorate. .

I know both are bald, right wing and useless but I would have thought you Tories would still be able to tell the difference between them

188 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Our CCHQ election audi... · 1 reply · +1 points

The Tories lost 40 seats at the GE after 87 in 1992 but held power as they prev had a 100 majority ...This time they have no majority so would need to gain seats ..which as I said no governing party has done since 1865 after losing them at the previous GE.

188 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Our CCHQ election audi... · 0 replies · +1 points

I along with millions of others cried at 10pm on June 8th too

To be honest I thought the laughter may never stop ...but by the next morning, as May drove to the Palace to cling on via her Coalition of Chaos with terrorist supporting homophobes our laughter had turned to anger

188 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Our CCHQ election audi... · 7 replies · +1 points

Yes ..quite right .just concentrate on abusing the poor;disabled,homeless or working class people who
are members of a Trade Union as you usually do instead

188 weeks ago @ http://www.conservativ... - Our CCHQ election audi... · 6 replies · +1 points

The fact is Corbyn appealed to lots of people not on either party machines radar...young voters,long time lapsed voters,never voted before voters ...as well as shoring up the Labour vote with good solid Socialist polic ies,a straightforward plain speaking energetic campaign and a brilliant popular manifesto

The only reason he didn't win outright was his own MPs non stop sabotage, the usual hysterical media bias and a poor campaign by the still Blairite HQ who insisted on trying to shore up safe seats instead of targeting Tory seats

Next time it will be different...No governing party has lost seats at a General Election and then gone on to gain at the next one since Palmerston so it's doubtful that a party as lacking in talent as the current Tory party will buck that seemingly unbuckable trend .