General Election 2017 - The Consequences

IIRC he’s governed and voted in by what his constituents think of him as a MP, head of a company and family man.

Most of us look beyond people’s ‘personal religious views’ however I do agree people will focus more against the negatives of JRM.


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I'm sure he is a very good MP and unlike many he actually did get the majority of all the votes cash as opposed to the largest number of votes. My point is that his beliefs would not make him a good party leader even though he is a good MP. As someone has said he would have a detrimental effect on the younger voters and provide a stick for others to beat the Tories with.
 
It's up to him if that's what he wants to do, obviously. I'm just not sure why he claims that his religion doesn't affect his decisions when it so clearly does.

Either way hopefully he's not the next Tory leader because I reckon he's even more toxic with most voters than May.
Your continual focus is upon the most oddest of things. Hatred of society is one this stems from hatred of oneself. Don't be afraid to "come out". It will take a huge weight off your shoulders.
 
No.

It's normally about now you start posting photos of schoolgirls for some reason isn't it?

Nonce.
Your continual focus is upon the most oddest of things. Hatred of society is one this stems from hatred of oneself. Don't be afraid to "come out". It will take a huge weight off your shoulders. Just trying to help as the venom you exude clearly is within.
 
Very surprised Comrade Cob hasn't promised his constituency nationwide redress over the KFC affair .
What a lost opportunity to blame free enterprise and promise to nationalise it .
Police have had to tell the residents of certain key Labour constituencies to stop bothering them on the matter ;
www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/police-urge-stop-calling-kfc-chicken-shortage-dhl-tower-hamlets-a8220321.html
It'd be a completely different story if it was a country-wide doughnut shortage, I'll warrant.
 
Any proof? I'll openly admit my assertion was anecdotal, yet pretty much unanimous
The Conservative MP who's an unlikely social media star
Have a look at that for starters. Google is quite helpful if you put the right search terms in. Unanimous anecdotal evidence suggests your peer group is either small or homogenous.
How do you know what the majority think unless it's on social media or you've found a way of polling every under 25 in the country (or a significant number of them)?
Ask almost anyone and they will agree with the statement "75% of young people voted to remain" - ergo, the majority. Unfortunately, the reality is that around a third voted to remain, which is clearly not the majority. The majority couldn't be bothered to vote.

It suits the socialist narrative to claim the majority, then they can then claim the moral high ground from which to oppress any opposing opinion.
 
I'm sure he is a very good MP and unlike many he actually did get the majority of all the votes cash as opposed to the largest number of votes. My point is that his beliefs would not make him a good party leader even though he is a good MP. As someone has said he would have a detrimental effect on the younger voters and provide a stick for others to beat the Tories with.
Why should being a Catholic be seen as worse than a party leader being a terrorist supporting Communist spy ?
 
Why should being a Catholic be seen as worse than a party leader being a terrorist supporting Communist spy ?
I quite like JRM but his personal beliefs that have been formed by his religion (I am also a rat catcher) will not enamer him to the wider Conservative party. He has a lot of skills that would make him a good leader but........
 

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NO Tories are putting the boot into the "Conservative and Unonist party". You may have noted that Labour have done far more to divide us and belittle us and they apparently detest the class structure. May is not as far as I can detect- a Tory
Leo, the Labour Party have barely lifted their heads. The Conservative party are doing what they’ve always done. Bring themselves to ruination over Europe.

if I was May, I would announce a retirement on health grounds and hand over Brexit to Boris and the Mogg. It’s doomed, there’s no reason for her to go down with it although she’s probably too late for that .
 

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