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Sorry but does Corbyn like to declare random **** constantly which is blatantly obvious on what he wants. I swear he announced a good several times that he opposed Brexit and now obviously the other major party wants to try and win the general election (like it always bloody does).
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Then you need to amend your comment in post #11, it should read some people are afraid of Corbyn and so on, because there are other perfectly valid reasons for not wanting Corbyn to be PM.
With all due respect, I don't think those reasons are valid.
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Just doesn't seem like it would work. He'd face resignations and challenges from his own party with in 30 mins, he's NEVER looked in control.
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With all due respect, I don't think those reasons are valid.
That is your opinion to which you are entitled, but you are not the arbitrator of what opinions are correct so that leaves me perfectly entitled to mine.
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That is your opinion to which you are entitled, but you are not the arbitrator of what opinions are correct so that leaves me perfectly entitled to mine.
Yes, I agree.
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Yes, I agree.
Thanks, then I shall continue not voting for Labour until after Mr Corbyn, or any of his ilk, are removed from leadership.
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Thanks, then I shall continue not voting for Labour until after Mr Corbyn, or any of his ilk, are removed from leadership.
I think that you should give him a chance. We have been voting for people that have lied to us and not been who they portrayed themselves to be. Corbyn has been consistent in his policies towards local services, foreign affairs and many more key issues. Yet, we refuse to accept him.

He was the one that first opposed the Universal Credit scheme that the government introduced. He was the one that opposed our involvement in arms sale to Saudi Arabia. He was the one that asked for a re-think in the Brexit strategy. People still work hard to point the finger at him for something that he should have done or did not do on time.
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It should be called "No Party".
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Is that actually a real article?

P.s. I'm not suggesting it isn't, just asking
are you a real poster?

P.s. I'm not suggesting you aren't, just asking
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are you a real poster?

P.s. I'm not suggesting you aren't, just asking
I'll take that as a joke :lol:
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I'm dyed-in-the-wool Labour voter, a true socialist like Tony Benn. There is nothing and I mean nothing I would rarther see than true left wing socialist government promoting nationalisation, workers rights and rising standards of living for the ordinary man/woman on the street. So take this into account when I say the following;

Jeremy Corbyn would be a bad Prime Minister he may well have many views close to my own but in opposition he has proven to be a weak leader and a disingenuous person.

No he would not be a good PM for anyone, no matter what political ideal you belive in.
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Why would anyone want such a joke as a PM?

This guy will ruin Britain even worse than Gordon Brown did.
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"ordinary man"

"everybody's talkin', nothin's gettin said, lookin' for the truth? Better take a look inside your head"

(Original post by Burton Bridge)
. . . the ordinary man/woman on the street. So take this into account when I say the following;

Jeremy Corbyn . . .
They don't make em like they used t'.
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I think that you should give him a chance. We have been voting for people that have lied to us and not been who they portrayed themselves to be. Corbyn has been consistent in his policies towards local services, foreign affairs and many more key issues. Yet, we refuse to accept him.

He was the one that first opposed the Universal Credit scheme that the government introduced. He was the one that opposed our involvement in arms sale to Saudi Arabia. He was the one that asked for a re-think in the Brexit strategy. People still work hard to point the finger at him for something that he should have done or did not do on time.
And you think Corbyn is a paradigm of truth?
I find his position on the nuclear deterrent totally disturbing so why would I want him to be PM, not to mention his views on terrorist organisations around the world.
He as PM is a danger to our safety and security, for those reasons I'm out.
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you have a very different definition of rebuild to me, clearly....
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And you think Corbyn is a paradigm of truth?
I find his position on the nuclear deterrent totally disturbing so why would I want him to be PM, not to mention his views on terrorist organisations around the world.
He as PM is a danger to our safety and security, for those reasons I'm out.
You find the fact that he is hesitating on killing billions of innocent people to be totally disturbing?
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Disappointed by the poll results. I don't think be would be a great PM but he can't be any worse than the current gov who are losing so many legal cases and parliamentary votes it's embarrassing.

The current PM is either ignorant of the law or believes she is above it, that's the only rationale I can see for all the DWP and asylum appeals currently.
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He is utterly deluded.
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(Original post by Wired_1800)
I think that you should give him a chance. We have been voting for people that have lied to us and not been who they portrayed themselves to be. Corbyn has been consistent in his policies towards local services, foreign affairs and many more key issues. Yet, we refuse to accept him.

He was the one that first opposed the Universal Credit scheme that the government introduced. He was the one that opposed our involvement in arms sale to Saudi Arabia. He was the one that asked for a re-think in the Brexit strategy. People still work hard to point the finger at him for something that he should have done or did not do on time.
I find it remarkable how people who dislike Conservatives so easily fall for their propaganda. The media has a huge bias against Corbyn, and indeed any labour leader. If any other leader had won they'd be claiming they were unelectable too, the trick is the public believe that the Tories are electable. They shouldn't be.
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(Original post by ColinDent)
And you think Corbyn is a paradigm of truth?
I find his position on the nuclear deterrent totally disturbing so why would I want him to be PM, not to mention his views on terrorist organisations around the world.
He as PM is a danger to our safety and security, for those reasons I'm out.
I have explained how the British Government works. Even a pacifistic Corbyn is unable to stop the UK going to war.

First of all, I don't believe Corbyn is a paradigm of truth. I think he makes mistakes like other politicians, but he is more honest about the issues that we are facing as a country. Imagine the Tories claiming that the UK was doing fine and did not need more investment. Then they gave £1Billion to the DUP under the pretence of “supporting local services”, when they were really clinging to power.

For the nuclear deterrent, I personally believe that it is one of the most idiotic and expensive elements in our defence matrix. No Prime Minister will use nuclear weapons and if they were to use it in retaliation, we will all be dead, so there was no need.

Let me give an example. Imagine, China, Iran and Russia got fed up of Western interference in their local affairs and they decided to attack the West i.e. the UK, Germany, US etc. with nuclear weapons, do you honestly believe that we will survive to use our own weapons? Come on.

Also, if our “enemies” really wanted to wipe us out, they would do it quicker and less stressful than you think. Have you heard of biological or cyber warfare. Remember the NHS issues that got thousands of appointments cancelled. These “enemies” can wipe us out without dropping a bomb on us.

People keep going on about his views that were 20 or 30 years ago. I think it is not wise. Corbyn does not love terrorists. It is a silly idea to have.

Jeremy Corbyn is not a danger to our safety and security. This is how brainwashed we have been. Since 2010, we have seen the disintegration of the welfare state, high suicide rates, poor health system, lower security services, lower quality of employment, more children living in poverty etc. Yet, you feel that you are better off in this mess.

Sometimes, people are the wardens of their own prisons. I can bet you that if Corbyn goes today, people like you will find another reason to disagree with the next Labour leader.
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