O/T - General Politics thread

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11 Nov 2020 11:02 am:

Trumps gets the majority of votes in the male, white, non-college educated demographic. he also increased the Cuban vote in Florida. Perhaps idiot is a strong word but there is an education Trump inverse relationship. I would imagine he did well in the bible belt too.
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11 Nov 2020 13:36 pm:

No imagination necessary - for some inexplicable reason, the thrice married, multiple-affaired, non-church goer seems a hit with the evangelicals...all because he pretends to be pro-life (as in anti-abortion, not pro the lives of vulnerable Americans who might have coronavirus or any other life-threatening condition). And I wouldn't be at all surprised to find truth in rumours that he has paid for one of his 'acquaintances' to have an abortion.
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13 Nov 2020 03:05 am:

glawfindel wrote:No imagination necessary - for some inexplicable reason, the thrice married, multiple-affaired, non-church goer seems a hit with the evangelicals...all because he pretends to be pro-life (as in anti-abortion, not pro the lives of vulnerable Americans who might have coronavirus or any other life-threatening condition). And I wouldn't be at all surprised to find truth in rumours that he has paid for one of his 'acquaintances' to have an abortion.

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13 Nov 2020 11:47 am:

Been waiting to say this for ages. Looks like Cummings will be goings by the end of the year - ongoing eyesight problems I presume!
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13 Nov 2020 12:28 pm:

I find it strange that the architects of Brexit, Cummings/Cain - have both decided to leave before the end of the year. They aren't hanging around to see the results of their labours. What conclusions can we draw from that?
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13 Nov 2020 12:38 pm:

Lee Cain previously a reporter for the Gloucester Citizen, according to Wikipedia.
It seems they (Cummings and Cain) are being pushed out by Symonds and Stratton, who, it seems, with Johnson, prefer a softer approach to media relations, rather than the confrontational approach of "the lads".
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13 Nov 2020 12:45 pm:

TheOptimistSenior wrote:Lee Cain previously a reporter for the Gloucester Citizen, according to Wikipedia.
It seems they (Cummings and Cain) are being pushed out by Symonds and Stratton, who, it seems, with Johnson, prefer a softer approach to media relations, rather than the confrontational approach of "the lads".


I don't disagree. In our wonderful democracy I don't recollect how many votes these people got. What does Dylin think about it all (!!)
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13 Nov 2020 13:27 pm:

It's a worry isn't it that none of these 'influential' politicians are elected members of parliament. Is Johnson now becoming the mouthpiece of Carrie Symonds?
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13 Nov 2020 15:28 pm:

TheOptimistSenior wrote:Lee Cain previously a reporter for the Gloucester Citizen, according to Wikipedia.
It seems they (Cummings and Cain) are being pushed out by Symonds and Stratton, who, it seems, with Johnson, prefer a softer approach to media relations, rather than the confrontational approach of "the lads".


It is that guy.. well blow me down..
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13 Nov 2020 17:42 pm:

The rats have left with immediate effect, probably on his way to barnard castle as we speak. It's like a chef telling you the food is safe but not actually tasting it with you.
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