Boris Johnson- Prime Minister (Vol. 2)

Boris Johnson- Prime Minister (Vol. 2)

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Scrump

Original Poster:

6,843 posts

106 months

Tuesday 17th September
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vonuber

12,556 posts

113 months

Tuesday 17th September
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El stovey said:
This is the end result



Not sure how that looks anything other than bad for our PM.
I think it rather neatly sums up our future influence in the world, the way things are going.

eharding

9,842 posts

232 months

Tuesday 17th September
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A fiver says we don't get to Volume 3.......

p1stonhead

20,625 posts

115 months

Tuesday 17th September
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eharding said:
A fiver says we don't get to Volume 3.......
hehe

Francois de La Rochefoucauld

186 posts

26 months

Tuesday 17th September
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vonuber said:
El stovey said:
This is the end result



Not sure how that looks anything other than bad for our PM.
I think it rather neatly sums up our future influence in the world, the way things are going.
Or Luxembourgs current influence. He looks like a berk. I can't see any other PM being left hanging in the wind.

Down and out

2,023 posts

12 months

Tuesday 17th September
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Why's the guy using Junckers podium?

Tuna

12,314 posts

232 months

Tuesday 17th September
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Coolbanana said:
I wouldn't have thought you would be against the Public expressing an opinion and openly challenging a Leader in a Democratic country - they aren't invited to the Wednesday PMQ's so have to make themselves heard wherever they can, and Leaders need to not back away from such. A good Leader will confront negative elements in a Crowd, not shy away. Rewrapping cowardice as something 'forced' due to possible negative opinions being voiced is hardly endearing in a strong Leader.
I'm just guessing why he chose not to stand at that lectern. Not challenging democracy. smile

Clapham suggests his PO advised him badly, but the BBC thing was only a week ago, so it seemed relevant to the discussion to bring it up. I don't think protestors are lacking opportunity to make themselves heard - what's more interesting is the media response to it.

T-195

1,550 posts

9 months

Tuesday 17th September
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vonuber said:
El stovey said:
This is the end result



Not sure how that looks anything other than bad for our PM.
I think it rather neatly sums up our future influence in the world, the way things are going.


A sulky halfwit who sts himself at the prospect of public scrutiny.


Francois de La Rochefoucauld

186 posts

26 months

Tuesday 17th September
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T-195 said:
vonuber said:
El stovey said:
This is the end result



Not sure how that looks anything other than bad for our PM.
I think it rather neatly sums up our future influence in the world, the way things are going.


A sulky halfwit who sts himself at the prospect of public scrutiny.
Really, how does that square with his agitating for an election?

Stay in Bed Instead

17,683 posts

105 months

Tuesday 17th September
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Francois de La Rochefoucauld said:
Really, how does that square with his agitating for an election?
He has no choice.

His government is impotent.

p1stonhead

20,625 posts

115 months

Tuesday 17th September
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Francois de La Rochefoucauld said:
T-195 said:
vonuber said:
El stovey said:
This is the end result



Not sure how that looks anything other than bad for our PM.
I think it rather neatly sums up our future influence in the world, the way things are going.


A sulky halfwit who sts himself at the prospect of public scrutiny.
Really, how does that square with his agitating for an election?
You mean begging Corbyn for one?

tangerine_sedge

1,706 posts

166 months

Tuesday 17th September
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Now we've got a new thread cant we rename it?

Boris Johnson...

fkwit in chief?
Impotent none leader?
4d chess player?
Somehow worse than both Cameron AND May?
The leader who makes Corbyn electable?

Etc etc...

WCZ

7,358 posts

142 months

Tuesday 17th September
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tangerine_sedge said:
Somehow worse than both Cameron AND May?
The leader who makes Corbyn electable?
May was disliked by all, Boris is liked by millions and would easily win a general election despite the media

He's a divisive personality and like Trump in this sense - despised by many but will still get relected

Corbyn is still unelectable

T-195

1,550 posts

9 months

Tuesday 17th September
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Stay in Bed Instead said:
Francois de La Rochefoucauld said:
Really, how does that square with his agitating for an election?
He has no choice.

His government is impotent.
And he was Mr No Show for the Tory leadership debates.

Strange.



Another empty podium.

Francois de La Rochefoucauld

186 posts

26 months

Tuesday 17th September
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p1stonhead said:
Francois de La Rochefoucauld said:
T-195 said:
vonuber said:
El stovey said:
This is the end result



Not sure how that looks anything other than bad for our PM.
I think it rather neatly sums up our future influence in the world, the way things are going.


A sulky halfwit who sts himself at the prospect of public scrutiny.
Really, how does that square with his agitating for an election?
You mean begging Corbyn for one?
Call it what you like. It doesn't alter the fact that calling for a general election would seem to be at odd's with the notion that BJ 'sts himself at the prospect of public scrutiny'.

Tuna

12,314 posts

232 months

Tuesday 17th September
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p1stonhead said:
You mean begging Corbyn for one?
Wow. That is one impressive bit of double think. eek

slow_poke

1,593 posts

182 months

Tuesday 17th September
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T-195 said:
Stay in Bed Instead said:
Francois de La Rochefoucauld said:
Really, how does that square with his agitating for an election?
He has no choice.

His government is impotent.
And he was Mr No Show for the Tory leadership debates.

Strange.



Another empty podium.
Boris Johnson aka BoJo aka MT Podium?

Stay in Bed Instead

17,683 posts

105 months

Tuesday 17th September
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T-195 said:
And he was Mr No Show for the Tory leadership debates.

Strange.



Another empty podium.
Oh yes, I forgot about that.

laugh

tangerine_sedge

1,706 posts

166 months

Tuesday 17th September
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WCZ said:
tangerine_sedge said:
Somehow worse than both Cameron AND May?
The leader who makes Corbyn electable?
May was disliked by all, Boris is liked by millions and would easily win a general election despite the media

He's a divisive personality and like Trump in this sense - despised by many but will still get relected

Corbyn is still unelectable
Seeing that Boris has a 100% failure rate in parliament has been accused of lying to the Queen, accused of breaking the law AND been made to look like an idiot by the PM of luxembourg in such a short period of time. Yes, I think he really is the worst PM. He could of course go on to pull a blinder and get a Brexit deal, but based on evidence I think thats highly unlikely...

IforB

6,578 posts

177 months

Tuesday 17th September
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Stay in Bed Instead said:
T-195 said:
And he was Mr No Show for the Tory leadership debates.

Strange.



Another empty podium.
Oh yes, I forgot about that.

laugh
His press officers work on the basis of the less he says, the better.

Shows how much faith in him they have.
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