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Is Trivial Mud Slinging Hurting The Thrower More Than The Target?

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ToraToraTora | 10:21 Fri 30th Apr 2021 | News
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https://www.nationalworld.com/news/politics/boris-johnson-vs-keir-starmer-polls-latest-opinion-polls-on-party-leaders-ahead-of-2021-local-elections-3219135
The Party and PM's figures look good. Mid term you'd normally expect the opposition to be ahead, so what are Labour doing wrong?

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I see that Max Headroom was in a wallpaper shop yesterday ... was he looking for a roll? Because he sure as hell hasn't got a role in politics. Charisma bypass to go with the excitement removal procedure. Anyone remember when Jeffrey Epstein "donated" thousands of dollars to decorate Bill Clinton's office in the White House? Not a peep from the marxists over...
11:10 Fri 30th Apr 2021
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"Why does TTT keep insiting that the NHS is the envy of the world ?" - the actual service is not the envy of the world, yes there are better treatments etc but the fact that we are one of the few countries where they are not riffling your pockets to make sure you can pay before giving you medical attention. The barbarity that continues in so called "civilised" countries is what sets the NHS apart, THAT is the envy of the world.
Wrong TTT. Here you are never asked for proof of payment ( that is people who have contributed). You only have to show your ss card. Nobody gets their pockets rifled. HOWEVER, if you turn up at a PRIVATE hospital with a broken arm etc., you will get charged.
TTT in answer to your OP. You are one of the leading mud-slingers here, and I think yes, you are not coming across as someone with views worthy of respect. If you showed more respect for those whose views differ from yours, you might receive a little more respect yourself.

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