Kilroy-Silk, a National Hero ?

UKIP.....would you vote for them?

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#1
Watched the Adam Boulton (Pro-Labour Propoganda) show this morning.R-K-S gave him IMHO a right good verbal spanking........and set about giving some seriously interesting points to ruminate.........

Methinks UKIP is definitly becoming a force to be reckoned with :D
 
#2
It's RKS's slimey patronizing manner that is the only thing turning me away from listening to anything the UKIP have to say. Never liked his program and can't say I care for anything he has to say.... in fact, I'd rather vote labour than vote for them while he's in the driving seat.... and that's saying something! 8O
 
#3
Not likely. That said, I'd love to hear which of his arguments have swayed you so persuasively, LWM. My political instinct screams "do not trust this man!" but I try to be as open to new ideas as possible.

IF
 
#6
IdeasFactory said:
Not likely. That said, I'd love to hear which of his arguments have swayed you so persuasively, LWM. My political instinct screams "do not trust this man!" IF
Quite right, IF. The man's another carpetbagging opportunist, and an oily one at that. Like TCH, a lawyer.:twisted: As for what he says, well, what can you expect from a dog's arrse but shi*e, as my old father used to opine. :wink:
 
#7
I think that says most of it, Claymore! "RKS's slimey patronizing manner" is certainly what turns me off - but it's a pity that the rest of them don't seem to have the same ability in front of the camera and microphone as he does. It's also fairly clear that they're more of a single-issue organisation than they pretend to be, too. That won't keep them going through the debates on the less glamourous issues.
 
#9
To clarify......I did not say that RK-S was the dogs B*'s..........

However what i inferred was that R k-S and the UKIP, but: R K-S in particular had some pretty strong and not entirely disagreeable points to make 8)

And to reiterate he wrapped that Labour flunky Adam Boulton up in his own dirty sheets without really trying :D

UKIP might not be the ideal and RKS might not be everyones cup of tea but..................

Tony BLIar

Michael .................

Charles another one please mate..........double Kennedy

I suppose it depends on what you want for your country and not necessarilly what you hope to get from your Politicians
 
#13
Who................Alex Salmon.........Gordon (Taxation) Brown, Labour Mr Tonnnnnnnieeeeeeeeeeeeee BLIAR, not yet fulfilled an election manisfesto committment; Michael (Where do we bury the DoDo) Howard, Charles (Wheres me dram) Kennedy :( :(

Immigration, Defence and Security, Education, Health and Taxes.............Not whether he looks slimy, if he looks slimy then why feckin vote him into power again?
 
#14
Letterwritingman said:
To clarify......I did not say that RK-S was the dogs B*'s..........

However what i inferred was that R k-S and the UKIP, but: R K-S in particular had some pretty strong and not entirely disagreeable points to make 8)

And to reiterate he wrapped that Labour flunky Adam Boulton up in his own dirty sheets without really trying :D

UKIP might not be the ideal and RKS might not be everyones cup of tea but..................

Tony BLIar

Michael .................

Charles another one please mate..........double Kennedy

I suppose it depends on what you want for your country and not necessarilly what you hope to get from your Politicians
Just to clarify your clarification....... The title you gave this thread was "Kilroy-Silk, a National Hero". No question mark. Quite a complimentary statement, and as you can see by the comments so far, not one held by many others.
 
#15
Accepted............an oversight.............apology extended to all who were misled......................see how easy that was?? :D

Now for the last 7 years of TB Liars Government?
 
#16
RK-S wouldn't trust him as far as I could kick him and thats not far.

Back to my favourite comment, the standard of the modern day politican's world wide is complete crap, pardon the pun its like picking straws :evil:

At least in the wild west they were sorted PDQ
 
#17
Kilroy-Silk looks and sounds more manic by the day. Come to think of it, every UKIP spokesman I've ever seen seems a tad eccentric (or completely barking, if you will). Doubtless they're manna from heaven for disaffected Tories and Daily Mail readers of a certain age, but their wider appeal is somewhat lacking.
 
#19
IdeasFactory said:
LWM - still waiting to find out which of RKS's particular arguments have you so enthused for UKIP...

IF
The basic tenent of National Government Independant of a Super European Government for one and then the thorny issue of immigration..................he or rather the UKIP would set a quota on it rather like the USA, Germany, Australia etc..I too would like to see that.

To pre -empt your argument that we have a National Government sitting in Westminster..we IMHO dont, we have a number of people who number about 380 who are prepared in the name of Party Politics to hand over every freedom to self determination this country has ever had to an unaccountable, corrupt and unelected quango in Brussels. :D

There, I think that sets out my stall on Europe and why I feel that RK-S has some interesting thoughts /ideas worth listening to.

Note the worth listening to................it acknowledge's without being required to action.

Bit like a DMS survey..................... 8) 8)
 
#20
RKS was a Labour MP and is openly proud to have been so. If you ask him about it he's very straight. It's no so much that he's changed his tune, it's that the slant of politics has changed arround him. He was Labour not NEW Labour. Look back to what Labour policy was wehn T Bliar joined Parliament and you'll find a party that was all for keeping it#s distance from Brussels and even taking a step back. TBliar voted against the Single Market as a tyrp MP, now he wants to be President of Europe.

T Bliar has moved the Labour so far to the right it has passed liberals and now occupies the ground traditionally ocupied by the Tories, this is why the Tories are having to move further to the right to get a clear space between them and New Labour. It means the only people left of the LibDems are the Communists and Arthur Scargill's Socialist Labour party. Although gorgeous George Galloway's RESPECT party is in there somewhere.

On the subject of G Galloway Esq, you should all get hold of a copy of his book - I'm not the only one - skip the stuff about him and Saddam. Read the stuff about the coven that leads our country today.

David Blunkett - former leader of the peoples democratic republic of Sheffield. The most right-wing home-sec we've ever had.

Jack Straw - former NUS head.

Dr John Reid, the Health Secretary. Everyone thinks he's a doctor coz he's called Dr Reid and he's health secretary. TESTICLES! His doctorate is on the Marxist-Leninist Republic of Benin, but he won't tell you that.

As for what he say's about TB... read it yourself.
 

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