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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Tue Dec 10, 2019 10:27 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:

coppies are never that good. original is far better. the other day i was canvasing and 700 pibol turned up to canvas. fancy that?

enjoy

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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Tue Dec 10, 2019 10:40 pm

they get better by the minute.


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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Wed Dec 11, 2019 12:02 am

it seems b'stard thinks he is making himself look like chruchill but he looks more like hill ever every day.

sowe have founf a new promise trhe tory party has made. they must supply coats for 4 year old children sothey can sleep on the floor in a hospital. that makes complete sense of course. will it be nationwide or just for leeds i wonder. you know them folks up ther are as hard as nails. they don't need soft beds. they can sleep on nails.

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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Wed Dec 11, 2019 1:34 am

here is jack's father expressing his disgust at the behaviour of b'astard. can you believe pritti paytel wanted a photo opporotunity whith the grieving father. how low can thse swinehounds get?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/election-2019-50722828
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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Wed Dec 11, 2019 1:42 am

here is the swine telling us he will not sell parts of the nhs to the americans and they already have. and he denies they have. it is time to take this man to court for corrupting democracy. what an absolute kant he is and so are all those who will vote for the tory party.
i noticed dear phillip was only too ready to take a photo with him the other day and did not insist that he said sorry for the lies he has said. i mean to deny they have already sold nhs services to the americans is just beyond belief. and to hear american man saying he hpes that the nhs closes beds so they need to outsource the need to the americans. and look at the way they mock and abuse patients laughing and threatening them. What exactly have they done about these hospitals.

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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Wed Dec 11, 2019 12:15 pm

Michael Gove faced questions about the prime minister's response to a photo of a sick boy who was forced to sleep on a hospital floor as well as the London Bridge terror attack. Mr Gove defended Mr Johnson insisting he had shown empathy and it was right to have a broader public debate about automatic early release of prisoners

can you believe it, gove swinehound thinks that b'stard grabbing the mobile of a reporter with the 4 yearold child on the floor and putting it in his pocket is showing empathy. blaming the death of jack on a law passed by labour 11 years ago whilst they have been in government for the last 9 years is showing empathy.

i don't suppose he kows what empathy means. i suppose it depends of where he took his dose of white powder last night or not. looking at his nose, i suspect he has.

some people started spreading rumours that this was a put up job. i mean how low can a political party get?
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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Wed Dec 11, 2019 12:20 pm

With trust a big theme of this campaign, Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price is using its final day to publish a draft law which would make lying by politicians a criminal offence

now id this ever became law there iwll not be a single tory mp in parliament, they will all be in wandsworth.
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Re: tory manifesto

Postby cyprusgrump » Wed Dec 11, 2019 1:05 pm

Lordo wrote:Michael Gove faced questions about the prime minister's response to a photo of a sick boy who was forced to sleep on a hospital floor as well as the London Bridge terror attack. Mr Gove defended Mr Johnson insisting he had shown empathy and it was right to have a broader public debate about automatic early release of prisoners

can you believe it, gove swinehound thinks that b'stard grabbing the mobile of a reporter with the 4 yearold child on the floor and putting it in his pocket is showing empathy. blaming the death of jack on a law passed by labour 11 years ago whilst they have been in government for the last 9 years is showing empathy.

i don't suppose he kows what empathy means. i suppose it depends of where he took his dose of white powder last night or not. looking at his nose, i suspect he has.

some people started spreading rumours that this was a put up job. i mean how low can a political party get?



It was a put up job, the professional photographer put his name on the photo! :lol: :lol: :lol:

...along with the paid thugs that turned up to 'demonstrate'... :evil:
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Re: tory manifesto

Postby Lordo » Wed Dec 11, 2019 2:45 pm

cyprusgrump wrote:
Lordo wrote:Michael Gove faced questions about the prime minister's response to a photo of a sick boy who was forced to sleep on a hospital floor as well as the London Bridge terror attack. Mr Gove defended Mr Johnson insisting he had shown empathy and it was right to have a broader public debate about automatic early release of prisoners

can you believe it, gove swinehound thinks that b'stard grabbing the mobile of a reporter with the 4 yearold child on the floor and putting it in his pocket is showing empathy. blaming the death of jack on a law passed by labour 11 years ago whilst they have been in government for the last 9 years is showing empathy.

i don't suppose he kows what empathy means. i suppose it depends of where he took his dose of white powder last night or not. looking at his nose, i suspect he has.

some people started spreading rumours that this was a put up job. i mean how low can a political party get?



It was a put up job, the professional photographer put his name on the photo! :lol: :lol: :lol:

...along with the paid thugs that turned up to 'demonstrate'... :evil:

really, despite the fact that the hospital has anounced that there were no beds. i am not sure which tory swine you are. there two types.
type 1 - nasty selfish bastards that will say anything to save a few pounds no matter how many millions it costs to others
type 2 - stupid idiots who fall for the propaganda of the type 1.

i have a feeling you are type two please tell me which category you fall under.

what was it one labour politician said aout the swines in 1956. how true that was and still is.

Aneurin Bevan at his best, giving a speech at the 'Law not War' rally in Trafalgar Square on 4 November 1956. The clip contains one of Bevan's most famous remarks mocking the then British Prime Minister - Robert Anthony Eden over his foreign policy towards Egypt. Aneurin Bevan remarked: 'Sir Anthony Eden has been pretending that he is now invading Egypt in order to strengthen the United Nations. Every burglar of course could say the same thing, he could argue that he was entering the house in order to train the police. So, if Sir Anthony Eden is sincere in what he is saying, and he may be, then he is too stupid to be a Prime Minister'.

here is b'stard claiming that there is no border or checks down the irish sea. is he a liar or is he stupid. my conclusion is he is a liar. he wil say anything that peiibol want to hear. truth does not come into it. and those who support this proven liar are either type 1 or type 2

which type are you?
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