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(Original post by Drewski)
I don't think he really wants to be. Too long enjoyed sniping from the side lines. Doesn't want to be the sniped.
Yes, he's an opposer, not an implementer. He doesn't even care if he's in charge of the Labour Party, it's more of a faction.

I still think he will be ditched before an actual general election, but perhaps that's just wishful thinking on my part.
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There's just the multiple times he has praised the IRA, attending memorials of those involved in the Munich Massacre and just being a complete cretin to our Armed Forces.
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evidence?
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He has good plans and ideologies, he's a strong leader and a convincing public speaker who balances passion and emotion with logic and reasoning. He would get us out of this Brexit mess.
You simply don't know who Jeremy Corbyn is, give it some more time.
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don't tell me what to think
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You simply don't know who Jeremy Corbyn is, give it some more time.
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don't tell me what to think
No worries hopefully people won’t reply then👍
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telling somebody what you think and telling then what to think are different things, I want people to give their opinions whilst respecting mine
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No worries hopefully people won’t reply then👍
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How dare you say that
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I'll tell you whatever I like, you don't show signs of any thinking of your own. You're just regurgitating propaganda planted in your head by someone, it's totally meaningless.
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(Original post by Purplemonkeys)
He has good plans and ideologies, he's a strong leader and a convincing public speaker who balances passion and emotion with logic and reasoning. He would get us out of this Brexit mess.
Yeahhhh no he won’t.
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why not
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Yeahhhh no he won’t.
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why not
Well what’s his strategy. His party have had all this time to come up with a solution thats realistic and satisfactory to the result of the referendum. Other than that if he was in power he’d face the exact same problems of which he’s stated no real solution
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cant tell if this is a joke or not
i hope it is
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Well what’s his strategy. His party have had all this time to come up with a solution thats realistic and satisfactory to the result of the referendum. Other than that if he was in power he’d face the exact same problems of which he’s stated no real solution
If Jeremy were in power... The Blairites (Kier Smarmy, Hillary Benn, Yvetter Cooper etc) would stab him in the back, throw him overboard, and take the power for themselves. Jeremy is being used, and he knows it. I feel sorry for him, he looks like a hostage of Kier most of the time.

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If Jeremy were in power... The Blairites (Kier Smarmy, Hillary Benn, Yvetter Cooper etc) would stab him in the back, throw him overboard, and take the power for themselves. Jeremy is being used, and he knows it. I feel sorry for him, he looks like a hostage of Kier most of the time.

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i think the old blairites (and even many of the new lefty generation) are just being quiet waiting for him to lose the next general election. They want nothing to do with his socialist, marxist brand and are waiting for there chance to run the party down the road.
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i think the old blairites (and even many of the new lefty generation) are just being quiet waiting for him to lose the next general election. They want nothing to do with his socialist, marxist brand and are waiting for there chance to run the party down the road.
I'm not sure that even Jeremy would want to be PM. He can promise all of these things but he knows that there just isn't the money to deliver it. He could raise the tax rate but that just shrinks the economy and means he gets even less money for the same percentage the following year. It's like the Greens claiming they can spend the "£100bn of Trident" on public services, but it's actually only £2Bn a year which wouldn't pay for even a fraction of their ideas. Actually in practice cutting Trident would leave them with less as they would have to find new employment for all of those people, plus redundancy and site decommissioning.
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i hope it is
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Communists and Socialists belong far far far away from politics, preferably in a gulag.
definitely can't argue with this 1000% educated and flawless statement. definitely
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are you some kind of marxist/socialist/communist then?
hell yea im some kind of marxist/socialist/communist
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Londonistan?
naw brummieville
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I think my dog should be PM instead but ok
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Well your dog is good looking at least!




But on a serious note the problem with Jeremy Corbyn is that he has people I despise in his shadow cabinet

actually is a serous problem of who to vote for:

1 Jeremy Corbyn with a complete bunch of losers and ingrates for cabinet

2 Miss Censor the internet, porn, civil liberty and crush any chance of leaving the EU (not to mention miss lets reduce the poor to total poverty) Theresa May

3 UKIP with whoever has been dragged out to represent them this month

4 Nigel Farage and his Brexit party and whatever 100 odd people are at his next demonstration

5 Nick 'Sir Liar' Clegg and the Liberal Democrats 'we won't put up Tuition fees'



6 ....I'm rollng with however this is
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