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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18225 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 02:10:27 PM »
"What do you mean I pulled out in front of you?! Did you not know that the Tories are relentless paedophiles? Did you not know that those far-right lizards are freely molesting our young? Dog rapists, everyone of them, and here you are beeping your horn at ME for pulling out in front of you? To a man the Tories are fingering our wives behind our backs and this is the issue you wish to take? The Tor..."

OpenC

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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18226 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 02:34:43 PM »

:lol:

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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18227 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 02:39:21 PM »
"What do you mean I pulled out in front of you?! Did you not know that the Tories are relentless paedophiles? Did you not know that those far-right lizards are freely molesting our young? Dog rapists, everyone of them, and here you are beeping your horn at ME for pulling out in front of you? To a man the Tories are fingering our wives behind our backs and this is the issue you wish to take? The Tor..."

 :lol: :lol:

Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18228 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 02:47:36 PM »
That isn't even that far from the content of the posts tbh.

If simply hating the Tories was a way of winning an argument, the majority on here would never be wrong. :lol:
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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18229 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 03:20:24 PM »
Imo KK is fairly spot on in principle. It's certainly worth constantly remembering how absolutely terrible this government is, how badly they've handled the last 7 years, and how woefully they've handled Brexit to this point.

It's certainly relevant, though I'm not sure what the paedophilia has to do with it.
So raise your fists and march around
Dont dare take what you need
I'll jail and bury those committed
And smother the rest in greed
Crawl with me into tomorrow
Or i'll drag you to your grave
I'm deep inside your children
They'll betray you in my name

Sleep now in the fire

OpenC

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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18230 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 03:32:19 PM »
When every post is literally just about tories being reprehensible human beings, seemingly irrespective of whatever topic is actually being debated, the message starts to come across like the saliva-flecked rantings of a madman, though :lol:

Neesy said that the EU's approach showed them in a bad light, I agreed, and KK's response - quoting my post about the EU - was to say "yeah but the tories though", and not even mention the EU approach.  That's why I brought it up in the first place, anyway :)

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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18231 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 03:33:58 PM »
Surely these liberal snowflake children have to take some of the blame for being so darn sexy.

OpenC

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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18232 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 03:36:28 PM »

:lol:

Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18233 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 03:37:37 PM »
The Tories are bad isn't really an argument unless the claim is that the Tories are good, like.

I don't think you'll find many on here who don't already think the Tories are s*** bags.
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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18234 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 03:38:18 PM »
Imo KK is fairly spot on in principle. It's certainly worth constantly remembering how absolutely terrible this government is, how badly they've handled the last 7 years, and how woefully they've handled Brexit to this point.

It's certainly relevant, though I'm not sure what the paedophilia has to do with it.

And it's entirely relevant to how people voted.

Not speaking for those on here, but there seems to be a growing number of leave voters who are now disassociating themselves from the s***-storm by saying the government are not doing Brexit 'right', and it's not their fault if the Tories 'f*** it up'.

Possibly you had astonishing faith in the government or our ruling classes as a whole (of course you did, it's why you wanted sovereignty), but if not it's incredibly jarring to complain now. That should have absolutely been taken into consideration before you voted the way you did.
"Newcastle is a strange club and I don't know what else you can say about them" - Ferguson.

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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18235 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 03:39:52 PM »
The Tories are bad isn't really an argument unless the claim is that the Tories are good, like.

I don't think you'll find many on here who don't already think the Tories are s*** bags.

Yeah, concisely put :thup:

Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18236 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 03:40:54 PM »
I think even raging tories agree this government is s**** like, and the vast majority on this forum believe any tory government of any kind is awful. It's definitely an odd place to be pushing the point across.

I completely get the point of this government not being in any state to negotiate a deal like, it's been said before but something as big as this should be done with input from every party. This doesn't mean that the EU are immune to criticism.

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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18237 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 03:51:05 PM »
I think even raging tories agree this government is s**** like, and the vast majority on this forum believe any tory government of any kind is awful. It's definitely an odd place to be pushing the point across.

I completely get the point of this government not being in any state to negotiate a deal like, it's been said before but something as big as this should be done with input from every party. This doesn't mean that the EU are immune to criticism.

There was absolutely no talk before the result about the preference/necessity for a coalition approach and should have set alarm bells ringing.

Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18238 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 03:51:25 PM »
Similar to the whole Trump/Clinton thing. I tended to concentrate on the criticism of Clinton because who couldn't criticise Trump? The same applies here I think, it's pretty easy to lay into the Tories amongst people who completely agree with everything you're going to say about how terrible they are.
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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18239 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 04:06:57 PM »
Imo KK is fairly spot on in principle. It's certainly worth constantly remembering how absolutely terrible this government is, how badly they've handled the last 7 years, and how woefully they've handled Brexit to this point.

It's certainly relevant, though I'm not sure what the paedophilia has to do with it.

And it's entirely relevant to how people voted.

Not speaking for those on here, but there seems to be a growing number of leave voters who are now disassociating themselves from the s***-storm by saying the government are not doing Brexit 'right', and it's not their fault if the Tories 'f*** it up'.

Possibly you had astonishing faith in the government or our ruling classes as a whole (of course you did, it's why you wanted sovereignty), but if not it's incredibly jarring to complain now. That should have absolutely been taken into consideration before you voted the way you did.
Bingo :thup:
So raise your fists and march around
Dont dare take what you need
I'll jail and bury those committed
And smother the rest in greed
Crawl with me into tomorrow
Or i'll drag you to your grave
I'm deep inside your children
They'll betray you in my name

Sleep now in the fire

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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18240 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 04:11:34 PM »
Well said Bottled Dog
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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18241 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 04:18:44 PM »
Nobody takes these things into consideration, you don't vote for Labour and then make an admittance that "I voted for this!" every time they cock up do you? It's a choice between 2 options, they voted for the one they wanted and now obviously have a right to complain about the way it's being carried out or not, it's up to them.

I don't want to stand in the way of the back patting like.

Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18242 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 04:19:58 PM »
How's that got anything to do with the price of fish, though?
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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18243 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 04:23:02 PM »
Because it's just more smug nonsense. Nobody knew there was going to be a snap election which the Tories would lose putting the party into the state it's in now with a leader who looks completely finished.

Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18244 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 04:24:54 PM »
Nobody knew Theresa May would be in charge for that matter. People could have made a good guess Cameron would have gone but everything that has come after wasn't written in stone.

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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18245 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 04:25:06 PM »
Well she called the election to try and get a stronger mandate. So it's fair to say things weren't exactly rosy beforehand either.

Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18246 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 04:27:52 PM »
Again, this all came after the result, Theresa may wasn't in charge when people were voting.

Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18247 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 04:29:55 PM »
Horseshit tbf. In the event of a leave win it would have always been the Tories implementing it, the same Tories that have f***ed everything and everyone since they took power.

If you didn't take that into account in such a momentous decision you're a pure fuckwit. Not you obvs Hans, just generally.
So raise your fists and march around
Dont dare take what you need
I'll jail and bury those committed
And smother the rest in greed
Crawl with me into tomorrow
Or i'll drag you to your grave
I'm deep inside your children
They'll betray you in my name

Sleep now in the fire

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Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18248 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 04:30:39 PM »
Again, this all came after the result, Theresa may wasn't in charge when people were voting.

Remainers knew. Their crystal balls are useful for more than telling us Brexit is national self harm.

Re: EU Referendum - the Aftermath
« Reply #18249 on: Thursday 12 October 2017, 04:32:07 PM »
Again, this all came after the result, Theresa may wasn't in charge when people were voting.

Remainers knew. Their crystal balls are useful for more than telling us Brexit is national self harm.
Pitiful stuff.
So raise your fists and march around
Dont dare take what you need
I'll jail and bury those committed
And smother the rest in greed
Crawl with me into tomorrow
Or i'll drag you to your grave
I'm deep inside your children
They'll betray you in my name

Sleep now in the fire