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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Sally006, Sep 24, 2019.
Well, I think he's put paid to any chance of a knighthood in the future. As has Cameron.
Do you think all other politicians are pure?
All Corbyn wanted was an election because he believed in gaining power. He was just as selfish, if indeed Boris was as it is an accusation rather than proof, and all politicians tend no to tell the truth from my experience of those I have met or listen to on the media, even when asked a direct question.
It's a terrible thing when the leaders of the two main parties are unwilling to face the media.
People often say that Boris is clever but I can't say I've seen much evidence. Arrogant and over-confident in his own brilliance, yes. Clever, not so much.
How many more times!!
It was not illegal. It was unlawful.
(He didn't break any law)
I'm not talking about other politicians. I'm talking about Johnson who is a serial liar without moral integrity and absolutely unfit for office. I make no apology for having the view that I have no respect for anyone who defends him as a man or as a politician.
Is it proved he lied to the queen or just accused of it.Major in power used the same procedure and yet here he dared to call the pot black when one listened to him in the high courts
Even your language sounds hauntingly familiar: “traitors”, it’s all fine if it bringing about “order”. You are making my point for me very well indeed.
Corbyn was on Marr on Sunday
So are you actually defending him and his behaviour or just trying to argue through the use of whataboutery?
How would you feel if in school your friends decided to chose to go the opposite way to you.especiallyif you all worked together and got on with each other. I'm sure your opinion would be as strong and condemnatory I would be miffed as I have been in such a situation.
The word traitor is strong, but then the action of his so-called party members was to outwit and destroy the obligation(my words) to bring about us leaving the EU. The purposely set out to bring about a change and destroy what the Tory party as a whole had agreed to carry out.
If Corbyn ever gets power, it will be because he was democratically elected by the Labour party membership to become their leader and then democratically elected by enough British voters who wish for a return to compassionate government policies.
If, he ever does become PM, he will only remain in power if his government's policies address the blatent unfairness of the poor continually getting poorer whilst the rich get richer.
If it's Major your talking about I would condemn him for accusing another of doing what he did on purpose. The case is the intent, not the action, but we seem to be against the action because Boris so-called lie, especially when he and the queen are the only ones there. She must have believed him and her majesty is not an idiot to just believe and accept any old waffle.
And you still believe he wildo that? Time will tell, but personaly I hope he never does .
I agree. It a word appropriate to use for some who deviously used and embarrassed the Queen to abuse the sovereignty of parliament.
I think Parliament has an obligation to look after the best interests of the population not to ensure that we leave the EU.
So you're defending Johnson then? A yes or no without bringing in other politicians will do.
Are you saying that as long as Johnson takes us out of the EU at all costs then how he goes about achieving such an end (lawful or not) is ok by you? And yet you see no parallels to Germany in 1933 at all? You see Hitler was elected by the people initially. He was the product of the democratic process. Then folks started to have doubts about his methods of bringing about a renewed prosperous country. But as those people and politicians started to doubt, they were silenced. Firstly, by manipulation of the political process, then by the dismantling of it and finally through state murder. God forbid, I’m NOT, saying Johnson and his cronies would go that far but those first steps were taken. Let us hope and pray Parliament puts a stop to this. Failure to do so - well, that’s just unthinkable.
Unlawful is an act which, although not positively forbidden in law, is disapproved of by the law, and is therefore not recognised.
Illegal however is a sick bird of prey.
He can disagree but he'd be wrong. The high court may have thought that at the time but they won't now (after referring to the TMO).