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Anyone else get a off white letter full of rubbish from the cons about why we must vote for them? Anyone else notice this wording " and a strong economy paying for a strong NHS " Note no mention of… Read More
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2m, 5d agoPosted 2 months, 5 days ago
Anyone else get a off white letter full of rubbish from the cons about why we must vote for them?

Anyone else notice this wording
" and a strong economy paying for a strong NHS "

Note no mention of tax funded but a strong economy after citing we have a strong negotiating hand in Brussels (really?) And talk of better paying jobs.
Pretty blatant twisting and a poor attempt at trying to cover their true intention for the NHS without incriminating themselves.

Look forward to "coalition of chaos" being the new mantra of the Tory lap dogs too.
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7 Likes #1
Error440
Anyone else get a off white letter full of rubbish from the cons about why we must vote for them?\x09
Yes, but it went in the bin without being read.
#2
Pretty blatant twisting and a poor attempt at trying to cover their true intention for the NHS without incriminating themselves

What is their true intention for the National Health Service?
5 Likes #3
Cant wait for mine!
Running short of toilet paper :D
6 Likes #4
123thisisme
Yes, but it went in the bin without being read.


You should have read it its awful strong and stable **** don't risk corbyn in these uncertain times corbyn has dangerous and nonsensical ideas etc.

Its childish, fear mongering, smearing, mantra filled crap.

I'm not chucking it in the bin I'm putting it infront of my front door to use as a door mat for awhile.
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nemesiz
Pretty blatant twisting and a poor attempt at trying to cover their true intention for the NHS without incriminating themselves
What is their true intention for the National Health Service?

Total privatisation, you know that so what kind of argument are you itching to instigate with that fishing for the answer you already know.
2 Likes #6
Error440

Its childish, fear mongering, smearing, mantra filled crap.
Well, if it can win you a referendum, why not an election? :D


Edited By: fivegoldstars on May 19, 2017 12:55
#7
But have we or will we have a strong economy? Are things on the down turn? My bones are telling me they are, what do you think?

Difficult to decide with the multitude of monthly reports and sadly I have lost confidence in the Governor of the BOE Mark Carney.

Come back Mervyn King.
#8
fivegoldstars
Error440

Its childish, fear mongering, smearing, mantra filled crap.
Well, if it can win you a referendum, why not an election? :D

Tragic :(
#10
Strong and stable. X)
#11
donaldduck2
But have we or will we have a strong economy? Are things on the down turn? My bones are telling me they are, what do you think?

Difficult to decide with the multitude of monthly reports and sadly I have lost confidence in the Governor of the BOE Mark Carney.

Come back Mervyn King.

Define it, its nothing more then soundbites that are a oxymoron anyway. Strong and stable, well its not strong at the moment so why should it be with them in charge for any longer and as for stable, well that Indicates no movement so which is it she's offering a strong economy on the up or a stable economy stuck in the current mediocrity?
#12
Either way read the letter when you get it, its worth it for the noticeable slide into megalomania and fantasy land thinking
#13
And I have actually been reading all the rubbish that political parties have sent me and that's the first one I've had that was Insulting other parties, it also has nothing about their policies and what they are actually taking to the negotiations table and want from it.

By far the worst bit of party political bum wipe I've had, I'm tempted to write how dumb it is all over it and post it back to them
#14
A strong economy does fund the NHS though. :|
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nemesiz
Pretty blatant twisting and a poor attempt at trying to cover their true intention for the NHS without incriminating themselves
What is their true intention for the National Health Service?
Total privatisation, you know that so what kind of argument are you itching to instigate with that fishing for the answer you already know.
They've had 42 years in power since the NHS was founded, you reckon their 43rd will be the year they finally carry out this nefarious secret plan?
1 Like #16
Rubisco
Error440
nemesiz
Pretty blatant twisting and a poor attempt at trying to cover their true intention for the NHS without incriminating themselves
What is their true intention for the National Health Service?
Total privatisation, you know that so what kind of argument are you itching to instigate with that fishing for the answer you already know.
They've had 42 years in power since the NHS was founded, you reckon their 43rd will be the year they finally carry out this nefarious secret plan?

They've been whittling away at it for years I know that
#17
I for one welcome our dear leader May. I'd like to remind her that as a valued contributor to Misc I can be helpful in rounding up others to toil on zero-hours contracts or console people who's family members have died from delays in cancer diagnosis that the administration is strong and stable.
#18
someone posted two Twiggs through my letterbox, they went straight in the bin.
#19
Error440
Note no mention of tax funded but a strong economy after citing we have a strong negotiating hand in Brussels (really?)

Yes, really.

I was pretty sure it was you who had posted this deal about "emperor May" without even looking at it :D
#20
Error440
fivegoldstars
Error440

Its childish, fear mongering, smearing, mantra filled crap.
Well, if it can win you a referendum, why not an election? :D
Tragic :(

Real politik.
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Error440
Rubisco
Error440
nemesiz
Pretty blatant twisting and a poor attempt at trying to cover their true intention for the NHS without incriminating themselves
What is their true intention for the National Health Service?
Total privatisation, you know that so what kind of argument are you itching to instigate with that fishing for the answer you already know.
They've had 42 years in power since the NHS was founded, you reckon their 43rd will be the year they finally carry out this nefarious secret plan?
They've been whittling away at it for years I know that

If you're interested in the facts of the matter, I believe Labour have privatised FAR more of the NHS than the Conservatives ever have.
#22
Unfortunately, what's the alternative? By default the Conservatives will win - they're the only party that has consistent manifesto, whereas Labour do the 'hokey-cokey' with everything (in, out, in, out...etc). UKIP (who IS their current leader? -just about sums them up), Lib Dems - see UKIP!
suspended#23
Please vote for someone that sends a card saying "To Jeremy, from Jeremy" the rest of it is irrelevant but "hilarious", from Jeremy.

Se Jeremy Vine vs Jeremy Corbyn yesterday.

The internet is often way slow on these memes haha. That was as worse than you can imagine.

If Jeremy Vine is taking the Mick then, well, bwahahhahaahahah!!!!
banned 1 Like #24
Error440
123thisisme
Error440
Anyone else get a off white letter full of rubbish from the cons about why we must vote for them?
Yes, but it went in the bin without being read.

You should have read it its awful strong and stable **** don't risk corbyn in these uncertain times corbyn has dangerous and nonsensical ideas etc.

Its childish, fear mongering, smearing, mantra filled crap.

I'm not chucking it in the bin I'm putting it infront of my front door to use as a door mat for awhile.


so whom will you vote?
3 Likes #25
themachman
Cant wait for mine!
Running short of toilet paper :)
I've got higher standards I wouldn't even use it a toilet paper
If anyone attempts to stick Tory lies through my door then I hope they like hospital food
#26
Not had a thing since the council elections
Don't blame them why would they bother ? (_;)
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#28
i vote conservative and i actually like theresa may, but i quickly threw ours in the recycle bin. complete rubbish.
3 Likes #29
mutley1
i vote conservative and i actually like theresa may, but i quickly threw ours in the recycle bin. complete rubbish.

I dare you to vote for the Green Party!
6 Likes #30
3guesses
If you're interested in the facts of the matter, I believe Labour have privatised FAR more of the NHS than the Conservatives ever have.


Blair wasn't labour he was a scumbag traitor
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https://static.independent.co.uk/s3fs-public/thumbnails/image/2017/04/22/16/theresa-may-strong-and-stable-dudley-speech.gif
#33
Error440
3guesses
Error440
Rubisco
Error440
nemesiz
Pretty blatant twisting and a poor attempt at trying to cover their true intention for the NHS without incriminating themselves
What is their true intention for the National Health Service?
Total privatisation, you know that so what kind of argument are you itching to instigate with that fishing for the answer you already know.
They've had 42 years in power since the NHS was founded, you reckon their 43rd will be the year they finally carry out this nefarious secret plan?
They've been whittling away at it for years I know that
If you're interested in the facts of the matter, I believe Labour have privatised FAR more of the NHS than the Conservatives ever have.
Blair wasn't labour he was a scumbag traitor

Well I for one am certainly not going to disagree with that.
1 Like #34
Error440
nemesiz
Pretty blatant twisting and a poor attempt at trying to cover their true intention for the NHS without incriminating themselves
What is their true intention for the National Health Service?
Total privatisation, you know that so what kind of argument are you itching to instigate with that fishing for the answer you already know.

"Total privatisation" - Evidence for this claim? People have been saying that for the entire 47-years the Conservatives have ran the NHS and yet New Labour were the major privatisers with their approx. 300 PFI's

Edited By: Fred.Smith on May 20, 2017 20:54
#35
Fred.Smith
Error440
nemesiz
Pretty blatant twisting and a poor attempt at trying to cover their true intention for the NHS without incriminating themselves
What is their true intention for the National Health Service?
Total privatisation, you know that so what kind of argument are you itching to instigate with that fishing for the answer you already know.
"Total privatisation" - Evidence for this claim? People have been saying that for the entire 47-yeards the Conservatives have ran the NHS and yet New Labour were the major privatisers with their approx. 300 PFI's


yeards? I didn't realise you was the trolley boy from hot fuzz, that explains a lot.
2 Likes #36
Error440
Fred.Smith
Error440
nemesiz
Pretty blatant twisting and a poor attempt at trying to cover their true intention for the NHS without incriminating themselves
What is their true intention for the National Health Service?
Total privatisation, you know that so what kind of argument are you itching to instigate with that fishing for the answer you already know.
"Total privatisation" - Evidence for this claim? People have been saying that for the entire 47-yeards the Conservatives have ran the NHS and yet New Labour were the major privatisers with their approx. 300 PFI's
yeards? I didn't realise you was the trolley boy from hot fuzz, that explains a lot.

So that's all you've got abuse. I don't think the day is long enough to highlight your many grammatical and spelling errors.
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#38
In the words of Ed Balls
Ooooooh
CON: 43% (-)
LAB: 37% (+3)
LDEM: 8% (-)
UKIP: 4% (-)

(via @Survation / 26 - 27 May)

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