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#221 maryportfuncity

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Posted 16 April 2015 - 05:52 PM

Those attacks are nothing. (Just like his "personality"). It's an indictment of the gutlessness of modern right-wing higher-ups that they don't have someone like me working on his character "assassination". Instead they have some guy who probably follows John Terry on Twitter....

Why don't you think of it this way. I was also raised by a demented, dead-eyed, sadistic old cunt who deals with middle age by wallowing in Stalinist fantasy and psychologically pummeling their offspring before they've got a chance to develop into anything other than a stuttering drone who repeats their parents' opinions. (or in my case, she tried to)

And you leftie cunts wouldn't elect me would you?

 

Depends what we were electing you for. I reckon you'd make a memorable bishop.


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#222 Dr. Zorders

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Posted 16 April 2015 - 06:01 PM

That would be good, people wouldn't be allowed to bash me in public.


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Posted 17 April 2015 - 09:10 AM


Those attacks are nothing. (Just like his "personality"). It's an indictment of the gutlessness of modern right-wing higher-ups that they don't have someone like me working on his character "assassination". Instead they have some guy who probably follows John Terry on Twitter....
Why don't you think of it this way. I was also raised by a demented, dead-eyed, sadistic old cunt who deals with middle age by wallowing in Stalinist fantasy and psychologically pummeling their offspring before they've got a chance to develop into anything other than a stuttering drone who repeats their parents' opinions. (or in my case, she tried to)
And you leftie cunts wouldn't elect me would you?

 
Depends what we were electing you for. I reckon you'd make a memorable bishop.

Since when were bishops elected?

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Posted 17 April 2015 - 11:21 AM

 

 

Those attacks are nothing. (Just like his "personality"). It's an indictment of the gutlessness of modern right-wing higher-ups that they don't have someone like me working on his character "assassination". Instead they have some guy who probably follows John Terry on Twitter....
Why don't you think of it this way. I was also raised by a demented, dead-eyed, sadistic old cunt who deals with middle age by wallowing in Stalinist fantasy and psychologically pummeling their offspring before they've got a chance to develop into anything other than a stuttering drone who repeats their parents' opinions. (or in my case, she tried to)
And you leftie cunts wouldn't elect me would you?

 
Depends what we were electing you for. I reckon you'd make a memorable bishop.

Since when were bishops elected?

 

 

Maybe he meant Pope.


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Posted 17 April 2015 - 12:43 PM

Just a reminder to all the posters here who love discussing the lords (or the elderly ones), if you elect Ed Miliband he will replace the Lords with an 'elected senate' so you won't be able to put them on your teams next year cos the press will probably say your average "ex-lord" isn't famous enough. I can understand why he'd want to do it though, since they have two elected chambers over there in the US and look how totally blissful things are there and nobody ever accuses their politicians of being old, out of touch or not deserving their place in congress!


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#226 Bibliogryphon

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Posted 17 April 2015 - 12:50 PM

Despite being left leaning. I am actually quite happy with the appointed upper chamber but many of the senior Lords are famous for their prior political service or service in other walks of life.

 

They just won't be conveniently collected all in one place.


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Posted Yesterday, 01:19 PM

Just a reminder to all the posters here who love discussing the lords (or the elderly ones), if you elect Ed Miliband he will replace the Lords with an 'elected senate' so you won't be able to put them on your teams next year cos the press will probably say your average "ex-lord" isn't famous enough. I can understand why he'd want to do it though, since they have two elected chambers over there in the US and look how totally blissful things are there and nobody ever accuses their politicians of being old, out of touch or not deserving their place in congress!


They'd probably gain more fame as time went on though. I'd prefer us to sort the lower chamber out (give us fucking pr) before we reform the upper chamber.

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Posted Yesterday, 03:44 PM

Just a reminder to all the posters here who love discussing the lords (or the elderly ones), if you elect Ed Miliband he will replace the Lords with an 'elected senate' so you won't be able to put them on your teams next year cos the press will probably say your average "ex-lord" isn't famous enough. I can understand why he'd want to do it though, since they have two elected chambers over there in the US and look how totally blissful things are there and nobody ever accuses their politicians of being old, out of touch or not deserving their place in congress!

 

Why would the press say the average ex-lord isn't famous enough. It's still a shoo-in story, and the lower number of elected senators would be mitigated by the turnover of bodies as each cohort faced re-election, so, obits wise, probably business as usual, with the ex-senators, or the more notable of them anyway, being useful obit fodder.


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Posted Yesterday, 03:46 PM

I'd prefer us to sort the lower chamber out (give us fucking pr) before we reform the upper chamber.


That sounds right. As I underdstand it, the political significance of the Lords is minimal.

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Posted Yesterday, 04:05 PM

 

I'd prefer us to sort the lower chamber out (give us fucking pr) before we reform the upper chamber.


That sounds right. As I underdstand it, the political significance of the Lords is minimal.

 

 

Yup. They basically have to do what the government wants or the parliament act will be invoked. They are an utterly pointless institution whose sole purpose is to allow ex-peados  politicians and their ring members mates in high places to think they have some importance and by them not being arrested influence.


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Posted Today, 04:31 AM

Opinion polls indicate that Ed Miliband is going to be the new prime minister. I assume this is something you brits are happy about? I must say he seems like a decent guy





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