space wrote: Travis Bickle wrote: space wrote:
You get the same orchestrated outrage every time anyone outside the labour party are put into any public position or within the BBC. It's designed to bully public bodies to give places to labour leaning candidates only.
And before you go off on one, my position is that they are all cunts in politics, it just ammuses me when people can't see the dance for what it is and thinks there is a "side" that still has integrity.
Orchestrated outrage? Bullying public bodies? You sound more like Richard fucking Littlejohn with every post.
Strange that you say they're all cunts but only ever manage to post about Labour.
The Labour Party has plenty of cunts and appointed a stack of them under Blair. Corbyn has a few working for him now.
The outrage at Toby Young goes way beyond simple party politics for many. He's staggeringly unfit for the job he's been given. And is a cunt.
And his first name almost spells Tory. Stone the unbeliever. My comments are not so much about the man, but the usual twitter/facebook onslaught from the momentum/canary media team. It's just an endless stream of negative politics.
As for Corbyn? I tell you what. You tell me what his position is on Brexit and I promise I won't mention his name for next 3 months. I mean, it's only the biggest political event in recent history, so the man's going to have a public opinion, yes?
Personal position or party position? Should we insist on knowing the personal opinion of every politician on every subject?
Corbyn has said many times that he had always had reservations about the EU, he's also said that on balance the supported remain. What's not clear?
He has to acknowledge that lots of his party's voters went the other way and he has addressed that by talking about the reasons why people felt left behind by the status quo.
No idea why you are picking him out in a this as there are much better targets. BoJo for instance, Gove, May, Sturgeon to name a few.
I'd offer you a beer, but I've only got six cans.