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If you joined us because you thought we were more likely to win whilst all the while harbouring right-libertarian views then this defection couldn't come soon enough.
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If you joined us because you thought we were more likely to win whilst all the while harbouring right-libertarian views then this defection couldn't come soon enough.
I stand for the majority of Liber beliefs. It was the perfect middle ground for everything I wanted, basically freedom. In rl, idegaf about what anyone does as long as it doesn't involve me, so Libertarianism is perfect. Also, what do you mean this defection couldn't come soon enough. ?
Are we more likely to win than Labour?
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AMA are not suppose to be posted in this section it will be better in the politics section.
Just as a note on this, it's not appropriate for the UK politics subsection because it has no RL relevance. This typically goes in MHoC (given the intended audience) or Chat.
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I stand for the majority of Liber beliefs. It was the perfect middle ground for everything I wanted, basically freedom. In rl, idegaf about what anyone does as long as it doesn't involve me, so Libertarianism is perfect. Also, what do you mean this defection couldn't come soon enough. ?
Are we more likely to win than Labour?
Highly unlikely (even if we do **** all, Corbyn effect) but I think its a strange point that since Labour and Libertarians are pretty much polar opposites that you were drawn to Labour, as opposed to say, the Tories or Liberals.
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Highly unlikely (even if we do **** all, Corbyn effect) but I think its a strange point that since Labour and Libertarians are pretty much polar opposites that you were drawn to Labour, as opposed to say, the Tories or Liberals.
I was sorta shocked as well, but hey, here I am.
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Which Gulag would you like to go to?
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I stand for the majority of Liber beliefs. It was the perfect middle ground for everything I wanted, basically freedom. In rl, idegaf about what anyone does as long as it doesn't involve me, so Libertarianism is perfect. Also, what do you mean this defection couldn't come soon enough. ?
Are we more likely to win than Labour?
I mean that if you don't believe in the values of the Labour Party then it's good that you left and would have been better if you left sooner.

Thankfully ideology of callous and destructive unrestrained capitalism is not likely to win, no. Though you might manage to somehow sneak into government as coalition partner to the Tories.
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I mean that if you don't believe in the values of the Labour Party then it's good that you left and would have been better if you left sooner.

Thankfully ideology of callous and destructive unrestrained capitalism is not likely to win, no. Though you might manage to somehow sneak into government as coalition partner to the Tories.
I think most would agree that unrestrained capitalism would be extremely constructive rather than destructive ..
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(Original post by RayApparently)
I mean that if you don't believe in the values of the Labour Party then it's good that you left and would have been better if you left sooner.

Thankfully ideology of callous and destructive unrestrained capitalism is not likely to win, no. Though you might manage to somehow sneak into government as coalition partner to the Tories.
We came second in the GE, you were only so far ahead because of Corbynmania and the convenient timing, let's see what happens when we have a GE outside of RL election season.
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I think most would agree that unrestrained capitalism would be extremely constructive rather than destructive ..
Nah.

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We came second in the GE, you were only so far ahead because of Corbynmania and the convenient timing, let's see what happens when we have a GE outside of RL election season.
It was a freak election in several respects. I see no reason to believe the Tories won't remain the dominant party of the Right.
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It was a freak election in several respects. I see no reason to believe the Tories won't remain the dominant party of the Right.
How about the fact that they only beat us by a measly 3 votes in the by election exit poll? (let's also see if that changes when verification happens.)
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I don't know who or what you are, but if you send me another unwarranted PM I am reporting you.
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Probs in wrong area. So what. Also it's in the fashion of 99% of all AMA's on TSR. So stupid. Still get involved tho for jokes.
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