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The Unmagnificent 7...

Discussion in 'Personal' started by red_observer, Feb 18, 2019.

  1. red_observer

    red_observer Star commenter

    Bunch of traitors. Enemies of the People. Blairites. Chancers. Betrayers.
    That’s just me being nice covering what I really think. They’ve let the Tories win to the next ejection. They will never be forgiven.
     
  2. Vince_Ulam

    Vince_Ulam Star commenter

    I had this same thought. Nor should they be forgiven.
     
    red_observer likes this.
  3. CraigCarterSmith

    CraigCarterSmith Established commenter

    "enemies of the people" "traitors" oh god no not another Right wing loony.....oh hang on, is it OK to do this now ?

    The tolerant, inclusive, loving, socialist labour party :rolleyes::D
     
  4. LondonCanary

    LondonCanary Established commenter

    You seem to be confirming what they said at their press conference.
    (I don't think John Smith would endorse your words either).
     
  5. HelenREMfan

    HelenREMfan Star commenter

    They didn't belong in a socialist party anyway Good riddance. Into the political wilderness with them - rather like 'the Gang of Four'.
     
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  6. peakster

    peakster Star commenter

    Well - they will achieve two things at least.

    1. They will give May and the Tories a huge boost in the opinion polls

    2. They have ended their political careers

    So well done.
     
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  7. Vince_Ulam

    Vince_Ulam Star commenter

    It will be interesting to see who Labour fields against them.
     
  8. peakster

    peakster Star commenter

    Shuker was going to be deselected anyway apparently.
     
  9. MAGAorMIGA

    MAGAorMIGA Lead commenter

    I want to dissociate myself from red's intemperate words about "traitors" and "enemies of the people", but I accept they are written in high dudgeon and frustration. I am saddened that the Labour Party can't all get behind the manifesto and the leader. However, now they have resigned, these 7 MUST resign and put themselves up for re-election. They owe it to their constituents.
     
    JL48 and HelenREMfan like this.
  10. peakster

    peakster Star commenter

    I trust they enjoy their moment in the spotlight.

    It won't last very long
     
    towncryer and HelenREMfan like this.
  11. Ivartheboneless

    Ivartheboneless Star commenter

    I don't get the arrogance of these people. Have they no sense of history? It did not work for the "gang of four" (and I can only remember three of them). Of this lot, I have heard of only one. Instant hasbeens. Maybe Cameron can join them, he is looking for a way to slither back in.
     
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  12. LondonCanary

    LondonCanary Established commenter

    It would be an interesting 2 horse race. One of the 7 v a Labour candidate.
     
  13. Nanook_rubs_it

    Nanook_rubs_it Star commenter

    Given that each of the MP's constituencies voted to remain in the EU, how well do you think the Labour Party is serving them by not putting to put a 'people's referendum' on the table? Particularly as the leadership are ignoring party policy voted on at the last party conference after failing to get a GE.
     
  14. border_walker

    border_walker Established commenter

    Isn't it comments like this that is the reason for them leaving. Too much intolerances of differences.
     
  15. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    I'm just hoping @red_observer fitted a clear plastic TV screen protector before 10am this morning. Mental image of a metal bust of Lenin being hurled with venom in the telly's general direction. :)

    Makes me glad I gave my Lenin bust to my Union activist daughter a few weeks ago.
     
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  16. border_walker

    border_walker Established commenter

    Or it just might be the start of a new party.
     
  17. chrisoakey

    chrisoakey Occasional commenter

    It is a sign of a healthy democracy when MPs have a mind of their own. Blindly following a leader and a dreary movement is not. Since Labour are now red kippers, enabling a right wing Brexit, they are giving hope to the 48% plus.
     
  18. MustaphaMondeo

    MustaphaMondeo Occasional commenter

    My head says New Independent is a good compromise, my heart says Corbyn Labour, my dues go to the Green Party.

    And the anti-semitic problem must be a real problem. I assumed it was a Jewish tory smear. How embarrassingly cynical is that? The votes of the racist end of the Islamic community and whoever else it is with the knee-jerk bigots aren't worth that much compared to holding decent principles.

    Good luck to them.

    And Red, is that irony? I do hope so. Abusing people for their holding onto their principles is not a good look.
     
  19. MustaphaMondeo

    MustaphaMondeo Occasional commenter

    probably wrong

    If the party is anti-semitic it deserves a good kicking.
    And I bet it won't convert into Tory votes.

    Their careers are safe enough too.
    Do you think Soubery, Morgan, and Grieve have destroyed their careers?
     
  20. MAGAorMIGA

    MAGAorMIGA Lead commenter

    With the exception of the Angela Smith constituency, the result is a foregone conclusion, which is precisely why the proponents of a "People's Vote" will avoid one at all costs.
     

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