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I See Rodders Is Re Arranging The Deck Chairs On The Titanic Again!

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ToraToraTora | 15:00 Mon 29th Nov 2021 | News
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Too late for Boris to Re-Arrange the Deck
... He is already sinking into the Sleazy Blue Water....
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let's see who is in no 10 in June 2024 shall we.
Well it Won't be Boris, I can assure you of that TGT.
Gulliver, Boris or not one thing is for sure it won't be Keir Starmer.
Don’t know why he’s bothering. It won’t do him any good. He’ll still be a loser.
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maybe Rodders and Gulliver are the same person! That would explain a lot of gully's delusional posts anyway.
No one knows who it will be in power in 2024 ,but I know who it will not be.
.........Peppa the Pig Boris ......
keep at it Gully

TTT says that Kier ( bless!) isnt in power so it is irrelevant
and does a turn over EUSSR - or Europe to you and me
and yet more rhyming guff on said Kier !

The fat pink thing that everyone laughs at might not be PM come the next election but we also know Smarmie will be muttering et tu "Andy". "Angie", or "Lisa".
Then again it would be a good Idea to let Peppa pig run for the next G/E
.. then not only would Peppa Johnson not be in power, but neither would the Tory Party be .....
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here's your song gully:

I'm sure if a miracle does happen, and Labour do win the next election, I'm sure Tora will claim that they're Tories anyway. He still thinks Blair wasn't Labour.
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yes by definition the only way Labour can win is by emulating tories. Real Labour have not won since 1974 and probably never will again.
Think if the Cons keep on Conning the Public like they are now, and keep themselves up to their necks in Sleaze which they are very good and cunning at ,
also keep PEPPA as PM . then they will find themselves sitting in the Commons as the Opposition Party.
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so you want a charity bet then gully?
Tora- //yes by definition the only way Labour can win is by emulating tories. Real Labour have not won since 1974 and probably never will again//

Irrelevant. Traditional Labour doesn't exsist any more. Political parties, like anything else, change and adapt. The way Labour will win an election (probably not any time soon) will be by not being the Tory Party. Eventually, people will get sick of the status quo and pick somebody new. The same happened with Blair/Brown, it'll happen again with the Tories.
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yep that usually sorts out the true believers from the merely hopeful.
What is it with these Tory PMs and PIGS..... David Cameron commited a Lurid Act with a dead pig at his Bullingdon Club initiation ceremony..., then Boris gives an award winning speech on Peppa Pig at his CBI speech......
.. Wonder where miss Piggy was at the time?
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mozz: "The same happened with Blair/Brown, it'll happen again with the Tories. " - well yes but Blair et al slaughtered all the sacred cows of Labour to get through the door and once in power they did not do Labour type things did they? They didn't hike income tax back up to 33%, they didn't repeal the union laws enacted by TGL etc etc. Now yes, perhaps another form of non real Labour will emerge, but they'll have to get rid of their Marxist contingent to have a chance of getting anywhere near no 10.
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you gonna take the bet then Gully? You will have to learn to do links so you can post your evidence of course.

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