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The Prime Minister

1966_and_all_that

Well-known member
My politics are fairly well known on this side of the Board. However, here I make no politics. Here I concentrate my fire on a man who embarrasses the country and humiliates the Monarch in her time of great distress.

In today's Guardian a lead article wrote: "Fourteen very different men and women have held the country’s highest political office since 1952 – 10 Conservatives and four Labour. Ideologically, they cover a wide spectrum of views.

Yet they have all been united by one thing: the intense care they have taken never to embarrass the Queen in the slightest way.

Until Boris Johnson."

The man is a disgrace to the country, to the Monarch and to his Party. He must resign. Equally, the Head of the Home Civil Service needs to swing the axe on those who attended all these parties and, perhaps, on himself.
 

Chunkylad

Well-known member
Think you’ll struggle to find anyone who would argue against you here. He’s a joke, an embarrassment and is surrounded by weak and sycophantic advisers who clearly do not help him.

He will go soon, just after they clear out the final skeletons that they know they have. It’ll be like a Christ resurrection- Boris will take all the sins with him and the new leader will step forth clean of sin
 

L’étranger

Well-known member
Think you’ll struggle to find anyone who would argue against you here. He’s a joke, an embarrassment and is surrounded by weak and sycophantic advisers who clearly do not help him.

He will go soon, just after they clear out the final skeletons that they know they have. It’ll be like a Christ resurrection- Boris will take all the sins with him and the new leader will step forth clean of sin
You obviously missed poster number 2 😏.
 

Mexboroseasider

Well-known member
Think you’ll struggle to find anyone who would argue against you here. He’s a joke, an embarrassment and is surrounded by weak and sycophantic advisers who clearly do not help him.

He will go soon, just after they clear out the final skeletons that they know they have. It’ll be like a Christ resurrection- Boris will take all the sins with him and the new leader will step forth clean of sin
Yes. But who gets to vote for Rishi or Liz?

I’m seriously thinking of joining the Conservative party so I can actually have a vote on who leads the country.
 

1966_and_all_that

Well-known member
Think you’ll struggle to find anyone who would argue against you here. He’s a joke, an embarrassment and is surrounded by weak and sycophantic advisers who clearly do not help him.

He will go soon, just after they clear out the final skeletons that they know they have. It’ll be like a Christ resurrection- Boris will take all the sins with him and the new leader will step forth clean of sin
Great ending, I'm impressed! (Not taking the wotsits). But, do you believe that?
 

Chunkylad

Well-known member
Great ending, I'm impressed! (Not taking the wotsits). But, do you believe that?
I do 66. I honestly think this is so contrived. The leaks that are mysteriously only just happening in the past 2 months are so staged.

They’ll time it so literally everything that is shit gets blamed on Bozzer. The new leader will emerge with a golden briefcase full of shiny promises and by the time it’s GE it’ll all be forgiven once again…

Cleansed of sin so to speak.
 

1966_and_all_that

Well-known member
I do 66. I honestly think this is so contrived. The leaks that are mysteriously only just happening in the past 2 months are so staged.

They’ll time it so literally everything that is shit gets blamed on Bozzer. The new leader will emerge with a golden briefcase full of shiny promises and by the time it’s GE it’ll all be forgiven once again…

Cleansed of sin so to speak.
OK. I'm not going with that. I think this is largely (if not completely) being drip-fed by Cummings. As for the Tories coming up with a new leader free of original sin....they can try.
 
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