View Poll Results: What will be the result of the upcoming GE?

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  • Conservative majority

    6 30.00%
  • Conservative minority

    4 20.00%
  • Labour majority

    0 0%
  • Labour minority

    6 30.00%
  • The Lib Dems are a force for evil

    2 10.00%
  • Fuck the lot of em, we're going to to hell in a handcart

    6 30.00%
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  1. #556
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    I love my centrist mates Barty and Danny but I don't get it. It's weird to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post

    corpse will intend to go and vote only to end up back at home, naked with a sainsbury’s tuna sandwhich in one hand and his semi-erect cock in the other watching youtube compilation of hot cheryl cole pics.
    l.
    This was quite spooky as well as funny as I've been eyeing the rain outside this afternoon and thinking to myself "well, will it REALLY make a difference?"
    Αι ψυχαί οσμώνται καθ΄ Άιδην.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    I love my centrist mates Barty and Danny but I don't get it. It's weird to me.
    Without wishing to speak for Dan, I don't think he's a centrist. The phrase "left-wing" is not synonymous with "pro-Corbyn" (as much as his fans would like it to be).
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    Go and vote Corpsey play your part in the Christmas miracle and pick up a tuna sandwich on the way home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    Without wishing to speak for Dan, I don't think he's a centrist. The phrase "left-wing" is not synonymous with "pro-Corbyn" (as much as his fans would like it to be).
    He describes himself as a centrist Tea, you don't have to defend his honour, it's ok!

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    The whole notion of the "broad church" makes no sense?

    I thought that'd be pretty easy to get?

    Does sound a bit Tony Blair 1997 I'll admit and maybe we'll never have it again but that's how I see it. Negotiating consensus (not Dissensus)

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    this is what i put on during foreplay

    https://twitter.com/labour_history/s...41586183094279

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    Just to add to the no doubt to be dashed optimism, there are around 100 seats where the policing is showing a difference of under 5%. This is unprecedented in modern times apparently.

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    i asked my nan if she'd voted. i was hoping she'd say she (and thus old people like her) couldn't because of the weather. she did vote.

    mark francois was canvassing on her street last night. she said he's a lot fatter than he used to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    this is what i put on during foreplay

    https://twitter.com/labour_history/s...41586183094279
    I'd hit it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DannyL View Post
    The whole notion of the "broad church" makes no sense?

    I thought that'd be pretty easy to get?

    Does sound a bit Tony Blair 1997 I'll admit and maybe we'll never have it again but that's how I see it. Negotiating consensus (not Dissensus)
    I think politics is the one area of life where we dont have to be sensible or think solely in terms of the possible. Where the onus is on us to be as fantastical as we can be. Mad dreams only. Free Playstations. Castles in the sky.

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    Writing your shopping list, that's a time to be moderate and sensible and stick to a budget. Politics no fuckng way. Politics should be more deranged and ambitious than art.

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