Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

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Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by McAz » Sun Jun 17, 2018 5:08 pm

Punk wrote:I thought his IP was banned. :shake head:


Not sure. It's definitely Viper/Dox though.

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Punk » Sun Jun 17, 2018 5:06 pm

McAz wrote:
Guest wrote:
Rocthedog wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Have you ever heard of the term "United we Stand, Divided we Fall" ???


Ye, I agree Labour is the most divided party right now. I do hope they keep it up. Mind you having Corbyn and that prat Mcdonut with Dumb Diane Abbott as leaders you can see why.


Lolbour cannot whip a vote on brexit. 102 resignations since the cult leader took charge. Only those with no dignity left supporting him. What a shame lolbour has become....best 3 quid i ever spent :thumbsup:

:cuppaT:

Should have spent it on your fictional kids Vipes. :gigglesnshit:


I thought his IP was banned. :shake head:

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Gigabit » Sun Jun 17, 2018 3:15 pm

Guest wrote:
Rocthedog wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Have you ever heard of the term "United we Stand, Divided we Fall" ???


Ye, I agree Labour is the most divided party right now. I do hope they keep it up. Mind you having Corbyn and that prat Mcdonut with Dumb Diane Abbott as leaders you can see why.


Lolbour cannot whip a vote on brexit. 102 resignations since the cult leader took charge. Only those with no dignity left supporting him. What a shame lolbour has become....best 3 quid i ever spent :thumbsup:

:cuppaT:


What a sad life you lead.

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by McAz » Sun Jun 17, 2018 1:08 pm

Guest wrote:
Rocthedog wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Have you ever heard of the term "United we Stand, Divided we Fall" ???


Ye, I agree Labour is the most divided party right now. I do hope they keep it up. Mind you having Corbyn and that prat Mcdonut with Dumb Diane Abbott as leaders you can see why.


Lolbour cannot whip a vote on brexit. 102 resignations since the cult leader took charge. Only those with no dignity left supporting him. What a shame lolbour has become....best 3 quid i ever spent :thumbsup:

:cuppaT:

Should have spent it on your fictional kids Vipes. :gigglesnshit:

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Guest » Sun Jun 17, 2018 12:56 pm

Rocthedog wrote:
Cannydc wrote:Have you ever heard of the term "United we Stand, Divided we Fall" ???


Ye, I agree Labour is the most divided party right now. I do hope they keep it up. Mind you having Corbyn and that prat Mcdonut with Dumb Diane Abbott as leaders you can see why.


Lolbour cannot whip a vote on brexit. 102 resignations since the cult leader took charge. Only those with no dignity left supporting him. What a shame lolbour has become....best 3 quid i ever spent :thumbsup:

:cuppaT:

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Rocthedog » Sun Jun 17, 2018 12:08 pm

Cannydc wrote:Have you ever heard of the term "United we Stand, Divided we Fall" ???


Ye, I agree Labour is the most divided party right now. I do hope they keep it up. Mind you having Corbyn and that prat Mcdonut with Dumb Diane Abbott as leaders you can see why.

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Rocthedog » Sun Jun 17, 2018 12:02 pm

Guest wrote:
Cannydc wrote:
Rocthedog wrote:
Cannydc wrote:The idiot POTUS has just saddled Americans with a £50bn bill for imported Chinese goods.

He has shown himself to be no friend of the EU, or even his neighbours Canada - in fact his only 'pretend mates' are Russia and North Korea.

What chance the UK on its' own when it comes to negotiating a free trade agreement with America ?

No thanks - I prefer the backing of 27 other countries, both to negotiate and, perhaps even more importantly, to protect our standards on food and livestock imports and exports. I don't fancy your chlorine rinsed chicken because your producers cut every hygiene corner, or hormone stuffed meat because you can't produce economical animals any other way.


I,m guessing you cannot help,it. All the crap,you come out with?.


You back on the sauce, Roc ?

Your comment makes absolutely no sense.

Are you happy to import chlorinated or hormone stuffed meat ?


Spain or the EU will never import that shyte but Roc wants the UK to have it when he lives in Spain. :gigglesnshit:


I see Canny is quoting more crap. And the Talking Turd Guest is still lying.

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Cannydc » Sat Jun 16, 2018 10:56 pm

Dean wrote:Excuse the interruption. CannyDC don’t forget to do our next set of footy predictions... due by tomorrow 1pm


Cheers Dean.

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Guest » Sat Jun 16, 2018 10:33 pm

Cannydc wrote:
Rocthedog wrote:
Cannydc wrote:The idiot POTUS has just saddled Americans with a £50bn bill for imported Chinese goods.

He has shown himself to be no friend of the EU, or even his neighbours Canada - in fact his only 'pretend mates' are Russia and North Korea.

What chance the UK on its' own when it comes to negotiating a free trade agreement with America ?

No thanks - I prefer the backing of 27 other countries, both to negotiate and, perhaps even more importantly, to protect our standards on food and livestock imports and exports. I don't fancy your chlorine rinsed chicken because your producers cut every hygiene corner, or hormone stuffed meat because you can't produce economical animals any other way.


I,m guessing you cannot help,it. All the crap,you come out with?.


You back on the sauce, Roc ?

Your comment makes absolutely no sense.

Are you happy to import chlorinated or hormone stuffed meat ?


Spain or the EU will never import that shyte but Roc wants the UK to have it when he lives in Spain. :gigglesnshit:

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Dean » Sat Jun 16, 2018 9:52 pm

Excuse the interruption. CannyDC don’t forget to do our next set of footy predictions... due by tomorrow 1pm

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Cannydc » Sat Jun 16, 2018 9:26 pm

Rocthedog wrote:
Cannydc wrote:The idiot POTUS has just saddled Americans with a £50bn bill for imported Chinese goods.

He has shown himself to be no friend of the EU, or even his neighbours Canada - in fact his only 'pretend mates' are Russia and North Korea.

What chance the UK on its' own when it comes to negotiating a free trade agreement with America ?

No thanks - I prefer the backing of 27 other countries, both to negotiate and, perhaps even more importantly, to protect our standards on food and livestock imports and exports. I don't fancy your chlorine rinsed chicken because your producers cut every hygiene corner, or hormone stuffed meat because you can't produce economical animals any other way.


I,m guessing you cannot help,it. All the crap,you come out with?.


You back on the sauce, Roc ?

Your comment makes absolutely no sense.

Are you happy to import chlorinated or hormone stuffed meat ?

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Punk » Sat Jun 16, 2018 8:38 pm

MungoBrush wrote:
calitom wrote:so.. in other words...You people are slaves.
Does that bother you at all?? You seem to be rejoicing in it.


Are Californians slaves to Washington?
Are Tasmanians slaves to Canberra?
Are Quebecois slaves to Ottawa?

Just wondering what your definition of "slaves" is.


Someone working for the Yankee Dollar. :gigglesnshit:

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Rocthedog » Sat Jun 16, 2018 8:33 pm

Cannydc wrote:The idiot POTUS has just saddled Americans with a £50bn bill for imported Chinese goods.

He has shown himself to be no friend of the EU, or even his neighbours Canada - in fact his only 'pretend mates' are Russia and North Korea.

What chance the UK on its' own when it comes to negotiating a free trade agreement with America ?

No thanks - I prefer the backing of 27 other countries, both to negotiate and, perhaps even more importantly, to protect our standards on food and livestock imports and exports. I don't fancy your chlorine rinsed chicken because your producers cut every hygiene corner, or hormone stuffed meat because you can't produce economical animals any other way.


I,m guessing you cannot help,it. All the crap,you come out with?.

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Punk » Sat Jun 16, 2018 8:15 pm

Cannydc wrote:The idiot POTUS has just saddled Americans with a £50bn bill for imported Chinese goods.

He has shown himself to be no friend of the EU, or even his neighbours Canada - in fact his only 'pretend mates' are Russia and North Korea.

What chance the UK on its' own when it comes to negotiating a free trade agreement with America ?

No thanks - I prefer the backing of 27 other countries, both to negotiate and, perhaps even more importantly, to protect our standards on food and livestock imports and exports. I don't fancy your chlorine rinsed chicken because your producers cut every hygiene corner, or hormone stuffed meat because you can't produce economical animals any other way.


How much of the stuff is TRUMP INC? He closed his US operations and moved it all to China and then blamed Obama for it happening. :gigglesnshit:

Re: Corbyn as PM - and keep us in EU

Post by Cannydc » Sat Jun 16, 2018 5:11 pm

The idiot POTUS has just saddled Americans with a £50bn bill for imported Chinese goods.

He has shown himself to be no friend of the EU, or even his neighbours Canada - in fact his only 'pretend mates' are Russia and North Korea.

What chance the UK on its' own when it comes to negotiating a free trade agreement with America ?

No thanks - I prefer the backing of 27 other countries, both to negotiate and, perhaps even more importantly, to protect our standards on food and livestock imports and exports. I don't fancy your chlorine rinsed chicken because your producers cut every hygiene corner, or hormone stuffed meat because you can't produce economical animals any other way.

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