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(Original post by AperfectBalance)
He personally dislikes gay marriage due to it breaking the sanctity of marriage, he also thinks that it should not be up to the state to decide such church matters and feel that is a fine view, he even said he would not try to ban it as it is not what the majority wants.
I wouldn't trust someone who couldn't keep up with the times such as on same sex marriage, also one of the reasons why I didn't like May
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Ah so if an advocater and supporter of facism was a good debater and was opinionated, you'd support them? Also I didn't say I didn't like you (idk you). I have friends who are idiots.
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You seriously don't like someone because of their political views? How sad.
Most people don't have 'faith' in Mogg, he is a backbencher, he has no real power. People support him because he is opinionated, is a fantastic debater and was a key figure in driving for Brexit - I don't see why it's idiotic for a Leaver to not respect him.
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(Original post by Prussianxo)
I wouldn't trust someone who couldn't keep up with the times such as on same sex marriage, also one of the reasons why I didn't like May
Well 'the times' are wrong.
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Ah so if an advocater and supporter of facism was a good debater and was opinionated, you'd support them? Also I didn't say I didn't like you (idk you). I have friends who are idiots.
If a fascist was a good enough debater to convince me to his ideals then yes I would obviously follow him although this would be near impossible
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"If a fascist was a good enough debater to convince me to his ideals then yes I would obviously follow him"

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(Original post by AperfectBalance)
If a fascist was a good enough debater to convince me to his ideals then yes I would obviously follow him although this would be near impossible
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Well 'the times' are wrong.
what a great ideology to have 'tHe tImEs aRe wRoNg' well then go and live in the 1800s
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What do you think natural selection will get rid of the LGBTQ's or something?
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Well 'the times' are wrong.
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Ah so if an advocater and supporter of facism was a good debater and was opinionated, you'd support them? Also I didn't say I didn't like you (idk you). I have friends who are idiots.
If an advocator and support of racism was a good debater and was opinionated... and I was was a fascist... then yes I would support and respect them.

I wasn't talking about myself. You don't like Reese Mogg because of his political views, that's a bad habit.
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He is a politician how else am I meant to form a bloody view of him? Haven't run into him at the local pub and had a chat with him...
You didn't say you 'if you were a fascist before'. You said if a fascist advocator was a good debater, it would convince you to follow his views.
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If an advocator and support of racism was a good debater and was opinionated... and I was was a fascist... then yes I would support and respect them.

I wasn't talking about myself. You don't like Reese Mogg because of his political views, that's a bad habit.
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"If a fascist was a good enough debater to convince me to his ideals then yes I would obviously follow him"

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"although this would be near impossible" you seem to have left out quite an important part.
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what a great ideology to have 'tHe tImEs aRe wRoNg' well then go and live in the 1800s
Well my ideology is a bit more complex than a single quote.
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'near impossible' suggests that you are open to the idea, somewhere inside you
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"although this would be near impossible" you seem to have left out quite an important part.
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What do you think natural selection will get rid of the LGBTQ's or something?
No I think that modern society is morally corrupt and will reap the degeneracy that it has sewn
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Well my ideology is a bit more complex than a single quote.
doesn't seem so from where I'm sitting
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doesn't seem so from where I'm sitting
Well then I shall assume that your whole ideology revolves around you sitting down.
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Well then I shall assume that your whole ideology revolves around you sitting down.
what a great comeback
I love trolling uneducated people
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what a great comeback
I love trolling uneducated people
Considering you were the one to first use the argument that you can tell the ideology of a person from a single quote and then when I do it (mockingly) you call me uneducated, seems like you might be stepping on your own toes.
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Considering you were the one to first use the argument that you can tell the ideology of a person from a single quote and then when I do it (mockingly) you call me uneducated, seems like you might be stepping on your own toes.
I was just talking about the whole debate we had in general
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This has to be the most futile and banal thread ever.
The answer is that there are pr*cks on both sides, get over it.
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No it wasn't the socialist plan to join a capitalist organisation, it was Labour with real socialists like Tony Benn who opposed us joining the common market, the Common market was fiercely fought for by the Conservative party and the right.
It's not a capitalist organization though.
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