Corbynophobia: A Tory 'honest guy' starts lying like a gas-meter

Nov 2019
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In view of the coming 2019 United Kingdom General Election, a panic has been growing within the Conservative Party. The impression is that Tory finally came to realize the political bankruptcy their leader brought them to. The name of Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour Party has an effect of a red flag on them. Thus, Steve Baker, one of the Britons' favourites for Prime Minister's Office since Theresa May's leaving, suddenly deserted his image of an 'honest guy'. In the light of news about Corbyn's discussions on the possible cooperation with the SNP, the former junior Brexit minister has moved from attacks in the press to trivial fakes.



Such unfounded stove-piping is used where the comprehensive argument ends. This shows that Tories feel themselves the losing party in advance. They are incapable of adequate competition. Uninformative spasms at social network are the best they can do.

It is surely too soon for a Labourites' victory celebration. Everything can change radically in a blink. But apparently those guys have Tories really nervous. This suggests that they are strong candidates in the upcoming election.
 
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In view of the coming 2019 United Kingdom General Election, a panic has been growing within the Conservative Party. The impression is that Tory finally came to realize the political bankruptcy their leader brought them to. The name of Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour Party has an effect of a red flag on them. Thus, Steve Baker, one of the Britons' favourites for Prime Minister's Office since Theresa May's leaving, suddenly deserted his image of an 'honest guy'. In the light of news about Corbyn's discussions on the possible cooperation with the SNP, the former junior Brexit minister has moved from attacks in the press to trivial fakes.



Such unfounded stove-piping is used where the comprehensive argument ends. This shows that Tories feel themselves the losing party in advance. They are incapable of adequate competition. Uninformative spasms at social network are the best they can do.

It is surely too soon for a Labourites' victory celebration. Everything can change radically in a blink. But apparently those guys have Tories really nervous. This suggests that they are strong candidates in the upcoming election.
Damn, it's the same, United Kingdom, United States conservatist's suck. How sad, lies is all they have!
 
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Read Labour and Corbyn's Manifesto, just came out. It's almost as radical and impossible to pay for as Warren's policies.

It's not a 'phobia' to understand what will not work.
 
Feb 2006
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Read Labour and Corbyn's Manifesto, just came out. It's almost as radical and impossible to pay for as Warren's policies.

It's not a 'phobia' to understand what will not work.
We know how it is, who's paying for it? LOL


“I WANT NOTHING. I WANT NOTHING. I WANT NO QUID PRO QUO. TELL ZELLINSKY [sic] TO DO THE RIGHT THING. THIS IS THE FINAL WORD FROM THE PRES OF THE U.S.”

 
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