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    I'm worried over the possibility of Corbyn becoming the next PM and us joining the Euro.

    Should I be?
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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    I'm worried over the possibility of Corbyn becoming the next PM and us joining the Euro.

    Should I be?
    I ****ing want him to be the next prime minister.

    You get me bruv. Conseratives has far too long brainwashed this country.

    #Corbyn4PM
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    I like Corbyn. He's a very principled man
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    It is very unlikely that Corbyn will be Prime Minister. The Euro is a failing currency and it's also unlikely we'd join that as well.
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    I like Corbyn. He's a very principled man
    he has principles... but so did Stalin.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    he has principles... but so did Stalin.
    He genuinely cares for the poor and impoverished
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    He genuinely cares for the poor and impoverished
    But so did Lenin.
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    When has anyone suggested anywhere that we might join the euro? Last time someone suggested it it was about 2001. Sort it out
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    Given his intellectual assets, I'm suprised Corbyn is literate and numerate.

    He's a communist/socialist.

    He would give everyone more benefits, increase immigration, increase unemployment and basically bankrupt this country in months.

    At least with Cameron, you get a man who is educated, who is reducing UK debt, immigration and getting more people in employment.

    The capitalist way is the best way and I say this as a labour supporter.
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    (Original post by CreamyChocolate)
    Given his intellectual assets, I'm suprised Corbyn is literate and numerate.

    He's a communist/socialist.

    He would give everyone more benefits, increase immigration, increase unemployment and basically bankrupt this country in months.

    At least with Cameron, you get a man who is educated, who is reducing UK debt, immigration and getting more people in employment.

    The capitalist way is the best way and I say this as a labour supporter.
    Red and blue makes purple.
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    You realise Corbyn is eurosceptic, right?
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    I like Corbyn. He's a very principled man
    Apparently someone hasn't been paying attention.. :dry:
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    He genuinely cares for the poor and impoverished
    So did Pol Pot......
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    Corbyn doesn't seem to be a massive fan of the EU so I would hardly presume we'd join the single currency with him as PM. Sure, it might happen if his party largely pushes for it but it wouldn't be a thing down to him being PM.....

    On a side note, I have to lol at the amount of these Corbyn bandwagoners who for years had been proponents of the EU and tried to dismiss anybody not pro-EU as a small-minded UKIP type. Then as soon as they heard Corbyn wasn't crazy about the EU suddenly they're not either lol. This includes certain TSR members.......
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    You know you're a wrong'un if you don't like Corbyn. The man is sheer class.
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Apparently someone hasn't been paying attention.. :dry:
    Honestly,I have..
    I just like him..
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Honestly,I have.. I just like him..
    Perfectly ok to like him as a sort of an affable if unfortunately severely misguided person. Not ok, however, to support him as a leader who would significantly undermine our safety, security and stability given the chance (if you give a damn about any of us):mute:
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    He Wont become PM ....FFS
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Perfectly ok to like him as a sort of an affable if unfortunately severely misguided person. Not ok, however, to support him as a leader who would significantly undermine our safety, security and stability given the chance (if you give a damn about any of us):mute:
    Ofcourse I give a damn about all of us. I like his character. I'm not really the political type and my family have always been conservative supporters
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    yer ****in dad
 
 
 
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