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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    You've just joined - whose dupe are you?
    I've been lurking these forums for a while on an account less well suited for politics (not an MP or anything so please don't panic!). Now i can express my own views freely without scrutiny.

    Do not panic however, all of my views are moderate.

    This vote of no confidence has been really interesting to watch play-out i must admit. Being a complete newcomer still to this scene I'm assuming that only MPs will have a say over whether the vote will pass or fail?

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    (Original post by Francis Urquhart)
    I've been lurking these forums for a while on an account less well suited for politics (not an MP or anything so please don't panic!). Now i can express my own views freely without scrutiny.

    Do not panic however, all of my views are moderate.

    This vote of no confidence has been really interesting to watch play-out i must admit. Being a complete newcomer still to this scene I'm assuming that only MPs will have a say over whether the vote will pass or fail?

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    Yes only MPs will have a say.
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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    I wasn't being rude so that was a bit overzealous life_peer.

    From what I've been looking at over the past few elections we've on average had 4 seats, at one time gaining 7, and only in this last election dropped to 2 due to the mass attack in the media on Corbyn and leftism.
    Last year there were problems with activity party-wide but we've recovered from that now and, as you can see, have had many new members.
    I find taking things out of context and then replying using the same expression rather rude but I'm not getting offended, only matching your tone.

    Look again, there's been a steady decline since Parliament 19 which as I said was almost two years ago.

    The only Socialist member I recognise is TDA and I actually had to look you up do today in when I needed to mention you as the second MP, but perhaps it's my own fault for not looking into profiles.
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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    Them proposing migrant quotas, me quoting Lenin, TDA getting along with their authoritarian views, it'd be class, then me and adam9317 arguing about the Six Counties, it'd be great
    I take it you mean Northern Ireland?
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    Which only shows that it's just another completely failed drag. Indeed, the TSR Greens don't have as many MPs as the RL Lib Dems have. But how does this matter in anyway? In MHoC, a party which can fill 3 taxis would be leading the house; in HoC, a party which fills 30 would still not be that influential.

    It's like saying 3 million pesos and 3 million pounds are comparable in any way.
    Cool Story bro. The greens are insignificant and are to politically correct, if they could get away with it in real life they would charge £5 a litre of petrol which would be bad all round, control freaks thats all greens are. Immigration loving, gay loving and I fail to see where they get there one million votes from.It is very significant , the greens are running the MHOC as we speak with APH the destroyer of the greens chearleading in government. Everything APH is involved in goes horribly wrong. No one impartial will ever win 30 seats. SNP have localised support but the BNP who got 514,000 votes in real life never get a smell in to get that many seats. If you had it your way you would want more foreign born living in england then English the same applies to TSR Labour ( I mean the green tribute act)
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    Really?

    The Greens, the party with half of its MPs getting a 100% voting record, the party with only 4 seats but produced (party + PMBs) 15 bills and 8 motions?
    The difference is that is not entirely true. And it is worth noting, all parties have a reasonably good record, even the greens, just the greens are the worst out of them all. The Greens had a poor record a year ago, even you can admit to that.
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    (Original post by Camoron)
    The difference is that is not entirely true. And it is worth noting, all parties have a reasonably good record, even the greens, just the greens are the worst out of them all. The Greens had a poor record a year ago, even you can admit to that.
    You've been in the MHoC before, haven't you? I wonder who you are.
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    (Original post by Camoron)
    The difference is that is not entirely true. And it is worth noting, all parties have a reasonably good record, even the greens, just the greens are the worst out of them all. The Greens had a poor record a year ago, even you can admit to that.
    So producing 15 bills and 8 motions in this parliament makes us the biggest culprit of inactivity, or are you just saying that what the Greens did a year ago have made everything as it is today?

    So what exactly did the Greens do to destroy activity in the entire House for an entire year? You need to be more specific because you clearly cannot accept simple facts (see 'that is not entirely true' to the entirely true numbers).
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    (Original post by TheHelpfulMan)
    Cool Story bro. The greens are insignificant and are to politically correct, if they could get away with it in real life they would charge £5 a litre of petrol which would be bad all round, control freaks thats all greens are. Immigration loving, gay loving and I fail to see where they get there one million votes from.
    Is there a point about TSR Greens here?

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    It is very significant ,
    Wait. So are the Greens significant or insignificant?

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    the greens are running the MHOC as we speak with APH the destroyer of the greens chearleading in government. Everything APH is involved in goes horribly wrong. No one impartial will ever win 30 seats. SNP have localised support but the BNP who got 514,000 votes in real life never get a smell in to get that many seats. If you had it your way you would want more foreign born living in england then English the same applies to TSR Labour ( I mean the green tribute act)
    Aph is not Green.
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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    You've been in the MHoC before, haven't you? I wonder who you are.
    No, I just followed it as I was interested
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    So producing 15 bills and 8 motions in this parliament makes us the biggest culprit of inactivity, or are you just saying that what the Greens did a year ago have made everything as it is today?

    So what exactly did the Greens do to destroy activity in the entire House for an entire year? You need to be more specific because you clearly cannot accept simple facts (see 'that is not entirely true' to the entirely true numbers).
    My point is that is not entirely true. Taking credit or producing bills with other parties does not constitute to what you are saying
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    (Original post by Camoron)
    No, I just followed it as I was interested
    Join date Feb 16. Call me sceptical but I'd be very very surprised if you're not a dupe of a banned member.
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    (Original post by Camoron)
    My point is that is not entirely true. Taking credit or producing bills with other parties does not constitute to what you are saying
    What? The 15 bills and 8 motions were all submitted solely by the TSR Green Party or by a Green MP. There were absolutely no bills with other parties included.

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    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    Join date Feb 16. Call me sceptical but I'd be very very surprised if you're not a dupe of a banned member.
    Well, with all the random hate on the Greens...Which banned member would do that? IAS?
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    (Original post by TheHelpfulMan)
    Cool Story bro. The greens are insignificant and are to politically correct, if they could get away with it in real life they would charge £5 a litre of petrol which would be bad all round, control freaks thats all greens are. Immigration loving, gay loving and I fail to see where they get there one million votes from.It is very significant , the greens are running the MHOC as we speak with APH the destroyer of the greens chearleading in government. Everything APH is involved in goes horribly wrong. No one impartial will ever win 30 seats. SNP have localised support but the BNP who got 514,000 votes in real life never get a smell in to get that many seats. If you had it your way you would want more foreign born living in england then English the same applies to TSR Labour ( I mean the green tribute act)
    1. Untrue
    2. Xenophobic, Homophobic

    Are you intending to go further with this? You're currently making yourself look like quite a bad person.
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    Well, with all the random hate on the Greens...Which banned member would do that? IAS?
    To well spoken for it to be IAS
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    I find taking things out of context and then replying using the same expression rather rude but I'm not getting offended, only matching your tone.

    Look again, there's been a steady decline since Parliament 19 which as I said was almost two years ago.

    The only Socialist member I recognise is TDA and I actually had to look you up do today in when I needed to mention you as the second MP, but perhaps it's my own fault for not looking into profiles.
    Really? Thought you'd have heard of me. Especially since I did that United Ireland Bill.
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    Is there a point about TSR Greens here?



    Wait. So are the Greens significant or insignificant?



    Aph is not Green.
    He is by name and trade and he was the reason why most of there members claimed asylum in tsr labour
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    (Original post by TheHelpfulMan)
    Cool Story bro. The greens are insignificant and are to politically correct, if they could get away with it in real life they would charge £5 a litre of petrol which would be bad all round, control freaks thats all greens are. Immigration loving, gay loving and I fail to see where they get there one million votes from.It is very significant , the greens are running the MHOC as we speak with APH the destroyer of the greens chearleading in government. Everything APH is involved in goes horribly wrong. No one impartial will ever win 30 seats. SNP have localised support but the BNP who got 514,000 votes in real life never get a smell in to get that many seats. If you had it your way you would want more foreign born living in england then English the same applies to TSR Labour ( I mean the green tribute act)
    Aph has literally done nothing controversial or wrong for months, and you haven't been here for months. Don't talk down about one of my MPS when you weren't either here for anything he did in the past.
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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    1. Untrue
    2. Xenophobic, Homophobic

    Are you intending to go further with this? You're currently making yourself look like quite a bad person.
    It's xenophobic to imply support of foreigners and homophobic to imply support for gays? This truly is a wonderful world we live in where it is discriminatory to say such things.

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