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    They placed that Steve Bell cartoon right next to her article on how good she is for women :rofl:

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    To be fair, she deserves it all. The woman is so characterless and willing to turn the way the opposition wants her to that she can live with the consequences.
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    Mrs May will rise above the schoolyard taunts of the Grauniad trolls.
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    Why is she even writing columns for The Guardian in the first place? Frankly, it just consolidates the perception of the Conservative Party in Britain as a fraudulent, misnomer political party. A party of sham, so-called conservatism.
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    (Original post by Less(e/o)n)
    Why is she even writing columns for The Guardian in the first place? Frankly, it just consolidates the perception of the Conservative Party in Britain as a fraudulent, misnomer political party. A party of sham, so-called conservatism.
    Because there are plenty of Blairite types who might be miffed at Corbyn enough to vote Tory on election day if it keeps Corbyn out. Elections are won by relatively fine margins.

    On the subject itself, i heavily dislike those pointless discrimination and equality bills. Most of them amount to an attack on the straight white male.
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    That cartoon, of course, has nothing to do with a Guardianista concern for anybody's human rights, it's just a crude depiction of May and the Tories as people who don't care for human rights. In typical leftist fashion, they constantly resort to the most emotionally manipulative issue at hand regardless of what it may be. Tomorrow it will be the homeless and how May doesn't care about them either but that is not out of concern for anything other than the fact that she and the Tories are what stands between the left and power.
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    Ahh, Hilarious.

    Just like the guardian's hypocrisy.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Most of them amount to an attack on the straight white male.
    That endangered species.
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    (Original post by zhog)
    That cartoon, of course, has nothing to do with a Guardianista concern for anybody's human rights, it's just a crude depiction of May and the Tories as people who don't care for human rights. In typical leftist fashion, they constantly resort to the most emotionally manipulative issue at hand regardless of what it may be. Tomorrow it will be the homeless and how May doesn't care about them either but that is not out of concern for anything other than the fact that she and the Tories are what stands between the left and power.
    And the right say the left are easily triggered....

    Learn to take a joke.
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    (Original post by DeBruyne18)
    And the right say the left are easily triggered....

    Learn to take a joke.
    Isn't everything now a joke?

    Learn to grow up
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    (Original post by Lord Nutter)
    Isn't everything now a joke?

    Learn to grow up
    Lol what?

    The poster was getting outraged because he found a satirical political cartoon offensive.
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    Not unusual to see an anti-May cartoon in the papers.
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    (Original post by zhog)
    ...In typical leftist fashion, they constantly resort to the most emotionally manipulative issue at hand regardless of what it may be....
    You could easily be talking about Tory rags like The Mail or The Sun, 'cept they aren't 'leftist'.
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    Ahh, I see they are digging her out for welcoming the Crown Prince of Saudi...

    Yet so few of their readership calling out his presence on the streets, when the leader of the free world was so reviled you couldn't move for virtue signalling on Instagram.
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    (Original post by zhog)
    Tomorrow it will be the homeless and how May doesn't care about them either but that is not out of concern for anything other than the fact that she and the Tories are what stands between the left and power.
    We want power so we can enact our principles. Which err, include stop selling bombs to Suadi Arabia that are being used to bomb Yemen and enact social policies which tackle homelessness. Of course we want to attack those who stand in our way to power, you numpty.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Because there are plenty of Blairite types who might be miffed at Corbyn enough to vote Tory on election day if it keeps Corbyn out. Elections are won by relatively fine margins.
    Not whilst the Cons are to busy being racist and xenophobic there aren't. Lets aso not forget Brexit is not popular with these people either (to put it mildly).
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    Ahh thats rather good
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    Money > everything else


    I hear financial interests were behind the taking out of Muammar Gaddafi
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    (Original post by DeBruyne18)
    And the right say the left are easily triggered....

    Learn to take a joke.
    It's simply not funny enough, too crude and intellectually deplorable for that. Translated into words, that cartoon reads 'May doesn't care about human rights and is being taken for a ride by the House of Saud' by refusing to do business with them. I'm not triggered, just utterly put-off.
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    (Original post by zhog)
    It's simply not funny enough, too crude and intellectually deplorable for that. Translated into words, that cartoon reads 'May doesn't care about human rights and is being taken for a ride by the House of Saud' by refusing to do business with them. I'm not triggered, just utterly put-off.
    Deary me. Political cartoons are meant to provoke. It's making a point about how May claims to be big on human rights, while inviting tyrants over for tea.

    It's funny, the right accuse the left of being easily offended and you are doing exactly the same here.
 
 
 
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