Who would like the Boris

Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by Deleted member 33931, Oct 2, 2017.

  1. to become the next PM?
     

  2. I can guess of a few, but count me out of wanting him.
     
  3. teabreak

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    Much though I would love to see him and Trump at the next summit conference, it's probably not a good idea! ;)
     
  4. longboat

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    Hurrrrahhhh, bladerblybladerbly yar, yar. Blufemrar.
     
  5. longboat

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    Playing hard to get, what a tease.
     
  6. joinerjohn1

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    Well,,, at least he doesn't have a cold. :D :D :D :D :D :D
     
  7. Boris fans are out and about !

    No doubt he is considered to be their ideal.

    Speaks volumes
     
  8. fillyboy

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    Who's your ideal Jack?. we're still waiting to hear that one. Your starting to look a little foolish criticising other peoples political leanings whilst remaining too embarrassed to reveal your own.
     

  9. Foolish? You think so?

    In comparison to your comments?

    Hmm, really ?
     
  10. fillyboy

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    Yes, really!.
     
  11. There - that told you, JoT... :)
     
  12. How many folk on here honestly believe Boris's sincerity when he says for the party to rally around May and support her?

    There you go - as simple a question as you could possibly get.

    You first, Filly...

    What? You insist 'after you'? That's very kind.

    No, I don't believe him a single iota. He is a copper-bottomed hypocrite who is only out to save his own skin. He is also aware that Brexit is going to be the party's downfall (not to mention the UK's...), so is actively wishing to be sacked so that he can distance himself from the carnage - and then emerge as the new saviour of the party.

    He is utterly repellent. He has no redeeming features whatsoever. Even his 'jocularity' is purely cynical, designed to 'win over' the feeble minded.

    There - your turn.
     
  13. The thing that a few on here seem to miss out on is their own extremism.

    Its 1 thing recognising Corbyn is quite extreme left, but the choice they go for is the extreme opposite.

    I dont understand why so many thinkers cannot understand how they are trapped in such extreme thoughts, and anybody just highlighting those facts is deemed to be foolish.

    Foolish to me is being extreme, and following 1 party regardless, rather than analysing the plus points and minus points. All extreme sides have them.
     
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  14. longboat

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    Could you provide a few examples of 'extreme' thoughts by some on here?

    I await your stock response.
     

  15. Look at some of your previous posts, and filly, and jj and a few others. Shouldnt be too hard to find, there are lots of them.
     
  16. joinerjohn1

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    All I said was he doesn't have a cold. :eek::eek::eek:
     
  17. longboat

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    I thought you'd say that.
    Still all talk and no trousers I see.
     

  18. And here starts the childish remarks, as always.

    Fillys turn next.

    Why does it always descend to that? No need to reply, everybody knows why.
     
  19. longboat

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    Oh poor little you.
     

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