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WolfpackN64 said:
LadyJasmine said:

Yes and has been utterly useless in Parliament though.

I think Tories  and SNP  and moderate Labour Mps are going to  make mincemeat of him as PM unless he gets a large majority on his own. 

Moderate Labour? The Blairites? These days are gone. They've shown to be innefectual and Corbyn has already beaten them twice.

Well many Blairites wil likely get relected and Well you still have 300 + tories and the SNP to deal with and LIb dems who both dont want brexit.




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LadyJasmine said:
WolfpackN64 said:
It's pretty clear in this election that Labour with Corbyn is the safest and strongest vote. The Conservatives don't deserve another chance to screw the people of the UK over.

The guy could not even handle a party while in opposition , how can he handle a nation in a coalition with a brexit and push force his far left ideas.

Far left ideals? What are you calling far left?



I am Voting Labour. First left wing manifesto in my lifetime and it is very inspiring.



LadyJasmine said:
WolfpackN64 said:

Moderate Labour? The Blairites? These days are gone. They've shown to be innefectual and Corbyn has already beaten them twice.

Well many Blairites wil likely get relected and Well you still have 300 + tories and the SNP to deal with and LIb dems who both dont want brexit.


So Corbyn ,to you, is weak, because he manged to do well despite being in a difficult situation?



WolfpackN64 said:
LadyJasmine said:

Well many Blairites wil likely get relected and Well you still have 300 + tories and the SNP to deal with and LIb dems who both dont want brexit.


So Corbyn ,to you, is weak, because he manged to do well despite being in a difficult situation?

 

Yes he is rather weak leader because it is rather easy to go around and offer free money to everyone while the person who you are facing is scoring own goals on herself everyday.

Tories have pretty much screwed up the nation and frankly if labour was half decent, this should be the 1997 election for Labour, however they have a leader who is quite unpopular to a large segment of the population. 

To me he is still a weakling of a man who I highly doubt will be able to be an effective PM. I can easily see his MPs turning on him like they have before or being incapable of pushing forward his left wing plans at all. 

 

I think May is rather useless too, she is no Iron Lady at all.



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LadyJasmine said:
WolfpackN64 said:

So Corbyn ,to you, is weak, because he manged to do well despite being in a difficult situation?

 

Yes he is rather weak leader because it is rather easy to go around and offer free money to everyone while the person who you are facing is scoring own goals on herself everyday.

Tories have pretty much screwed up the nation and frankly if labour was half decent, this should be the 1997 election for Labour, however they have a leader who is quite unpopular to a large segment of the population. 

To me he is still a weakling of a man who I highly doubt will be able to be an effective PM. I can easily see his MPs turning on him like they have before or being incapable of pushing forward his left wing plans at all. 

I think May is rather useless too, she is no Iron Lady at all.

Offering free money to everyone? If reversing the cuts the tories made and investing in the social economy is offering free money then more power to you. It seems you get your news from carricatures instead of actual news.

The only reason for Corbyn to be weak for you is that he has a near impossible mission because of the damage the Blairites have done to Labour. Corbyn has already done an outstanding job keeping Labour together and that's something you should recognize.



This could be a rather dramatic election or rather staus quo election.

Its quite possible Labour may increase their vote share and lose seats and the same for the Tories.



Will vote for Labour they're the only ones who have at least set out a plan that's makes sense while the Tories are just throwing shots at everyone with no plan in place and are scared to even turn up to debates with rival parties and they think they can take on the EU.



dark_gh0st_b0y said:
May is a strong leader from what I've seen, however her Brexit handling is kinda too risky, cutting ties at once is not a smart more, should have focused on getting a Switzerland half-in relationship with the EU to keep as many companies and jobs as possible, which is hard to achieve indeed

don't know much about Corbyn, but it seems he's the safest choice for people whose jobs are on the line with Brexit, if I understand correctly he's going to slow down the exit if necessary, but what happens if the two years pass and there's no deal? still a risky plan

Do people not understand the Brexit? No matter who is in power a deal can take up to 5 years to negotiate it's down to whether the EU allow a deal through, despite the nonsense May is spouting she has about as much control over it as she has the British weather, the reason Corbyn has surged in popularity in the past few months is that May literally hasn't laid down what her plans are for this process and is instead using worn out slogans and silly attacks against other parties to appear strong, she was too scared to even go head to head with Corbyn on several occasions and ducked the debate she's fortunate the Tories are friends with the media here otherwise she would have ended up like Iain Duncan Smith.



WolfpackN64 said:
LadyJasmine said:

The guy could not even handle a party while in opposition , how can he handle a nation in a coalition with a brexit and push force his far left ideas.

He won the party leadership race against a strong established group, he won the leadership challenge again, created a strong grassroots movement, made Labour's position in politics clear again is set to increase Labour's vote.

I think your perception of Corbyn is skewed.

He won the leadership because everyone who hates labour paid £3 to make him leader and destroy the party.



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