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The Donald Trump POTUS Party Celebration Thread

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Time to partyyyyyyyy! Giant Douche beats Turd Sandwich! Music choices including - A loop recording of "My opponent is a liar and cannot be trusted", "I Predict a Riot", "We Are The Champions", "Bea… Read More
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Time to partyyyyyyyy! Giant Douche beats Turd Sandwich!

Music choices including - A loop recording of "My opponent is a liar and cannot be trusted", "I Predict a Riot", "We Are The Champions", "Beat It", "WOOP WOOP It's the sound of the police", and others.

P. S. - No Clintonites allowed!

Sing Along! "Humpty Hillary sat on the wall, Humpty Hillary took a great fall. All Wall Street's money and all media's men, couldn't put Humpty Hillary together again."
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Once that has taken place, Trump will still be president but millions of dollars will have been wasted in the process and the people will have lost faith in their democratic vote.
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What a historic year 2016 is turning out to be. One of the I was there moments X)
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I give it 48hrs before someone tries to take a pop at him. I give it a year until the military take control.
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Had [email protected]/1 on Trump some months back :D plus the free £10 willhill bet @7/2 so i am delighted.

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Who is your favourite wrestler OP?
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Shouldn't we wait until he is POTUS?
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What a historic year 2016 is turning out to be. One of the I was there moments X)
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I give it 48hrs before someone tries to take a pop at him. I give it a year until the military take control.
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Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Once that has taken place, Trump will still be president but millions of dollars will have been wasted in the process and the people will have lost faith in their democratic vote.
1 Like #6
I've got the music sorted.

https://youtu.be/93FprsmspCs
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stuarthanley
Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Anyone with an IQ high enough to allow them to drag their knuckles into a pooling both and not be shot due to being mistaken for Big Foot could tell the difference between an election and a referndum.




Edited By: SmilingCrow on Nov 09, 2016 09:09
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stuarthanley
Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Once that has taken place, Trump will still be president but millions of dollars will have been wasted in the process and the people will have lost faith in their democratic vote.

This sparkling piece of satire requires one to have a misunderstanding of two political systems, which is ambitious in a way.

And to think that in the most deprived areas of the country they're talking about closing libraries - that can't help this situation surely.
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stuarthanley
Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Once that has taken place, Trump will still be president but millions of dollars will have been wasted in the process and the people will have lost faith in their democratic vote.

And the Clinton supporters will claim throughout that only a fraction of the population turned out to vote and it's not representative of the American population
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SmilingCrow
stuarthanley
Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Anyone with an IQ high enough to allow them to drag their knuckles into a pooling both and not be shot due to being mistaken for Big Foot could tell the difference between an election and a referndum.
And the tears arrive in floods

What's a "pooling both" and a "referndum"?


Edited By: stuarthanley on Nov 09, 2016 09:37: .
1 Like #11
miikeyblue
I've got the music sorted.https://youtu.be/93FprsmspCs
Can't get this out of my head after watching the Walking dead last night. Gweat!! :(
Tony Angelino
#12
stuarthanley
SmilingCrow
stuarthanley
Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Anyone with an IQ high enough to allow them to drag their knuckles into a pooling both and not be shot due to being mistaken for Big Foot could tell the difference between an election and a referndum.
And the tears arrive in floods.
Is that you Big Foot? Don't cry, everything will be fine, politics is just a sideshow to keep the ill informed sidetracked from the Truth. Nothing changes here.
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zworld
stuarthanley
Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Once that has taken place, Trump will still be president but millions of dollars will have been wasted in the process and the people will have lost faith in their democratic vote.
And the Clinton supporters will claim throughout that only a fraction of the population turned out to vote and it's not representative of the American population

around a third voted, last I seen it was around 57M trump, 56M Clinton, with 320M in USA!
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SmilingCrow
stuarthanley
SmilingCrow
stuarthanley
Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Anyone with an IQ high enough to allow them to drag their knuckles into a pooling both and not be shot due to being mistaken for Big Foot could tell the difference between an election and a referndum.
And the tears arrive in floods.
Is that you Big Foot? Don't cry, everything will be fine, politics is just a sideshow to keep the ill informed sidetracked from the Truth. Nothing changes here.
At least you managed to spell everything correctly this time.
banned#15
stuarthanley
SmilingCrow
stuarthanley
Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Anyone with an IQ high enough to allow them to drag their knuckles into a pooling both and not be shot due to being mistaken for Big Foot could tell the difference between an election and a referndum.
And the tears arrive in floods

What's a "pooling both" and a "referndum"?



the only person I see so far crying is you!
keep calm, be lucky your not a American.
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sofiasar
stuarthanley
SmilingCrow
stuarthanley
Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Anyone with an IQ high enough to allow them to drag their knuckles into a pooling both and not be shot due to being mistaken for Big Foot could tell the difference between an election and a referndum.
And the tears arrive in floods
What's a "pooling both" and a "referndum"?
the only person I see so far crying is you!
keep calm, be lucky your not a American.
*you're
*an

Edited By: stuarthanley on Nov 09, 2016 09:44
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SmilingCrow
stuarthanley
Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Anyone with an IQ high enough to allow them to drag their knuckles into a pooling both and not be shot due to being mistaken for Big Foot could tell the difference between an election and a referndum.
http://i.giphy.com/wZCXWRgkF1UYg.gif
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I think those of us who consider ourselves 'liberals' or 'progressives' have to ask some tough questions of ourselves.

When you look at the disadvantaged areas in America like Detroit and areas of Mississippi and the impoverished areas of Britain like Oldham, West Bromwich and Walsall where the conditions are hellish and kids growing up there have seemingly no chance in life, there's little surprise they vote for anything different.
1 Like #19
splatsplatsplat
I give it 48hrs before someone tries to take a pop at him. I give it a year until the military take control.

Yeah, I believe someone from the liberal tolerant left will try and kill him, it's the left reverting to type.
#20
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Who is your favourite wrestler OP?


WWE wrestler - AJ Styles, anywhere else - Prince Puma

I wouldn't be surprised if next weeks Raw or SmackDown Live has a tribute for Donald Trump including Trump Plaza hosting Wrestlemania IV and V, and Trump himself being in Wrestlemania 23

Edited By: hass123 on Nov 09, 2016 10:04: .
#21
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I think those of us who consider ourselves 'liberals' or 'progressives' have to ask some tough questions of ourselves.
When you look at the disadvantaged areas in America like Detroit and areas of Mississippi and the impoverished areas of Britain like Oldham, West Bromwich and Walsall where the conditions are hellish and kids growing up there have seemingly no chance in life, there's little surprise they vote for anything different.

No shiz sherlock, so those people have been let down, why have they been let down?, They've been neglected, I don't blame them and rather than ignore them, they need to listen not sweep them under the carpet.
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shauneco
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I think those of us who consider ourselves 'liberals' or 'progressives' have to ask some tough questions of ourselves.
When you look at the disadvantaged areas in America like Detroit and areas of Mississippi and the impoverished areas of Britain like Oldham, West Bromwich and Walsall where the conditions are hellish and kids growing up there have seemingly no chance in life, there's little surprise they vote for anything different.
No shiz sherlock, so those people have been let down, why have they been let down?, They've been neglected, I don't blame them and rather than ignore them, they need to listen not sweep them under the carpet.

I don't know. Maybe people like you and Stuart should explain how you feel you've been left behind and what you'd like to see change in real terms.
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I think those of us who consider ourselves 'liberals' or 'progressives' have to ask some tough questions of ourselves.
When you look at the disadvantaged areas in America like Detroit and areas of Mississippi and the impoverished areas of Britain like Oldham, West Bromwich and Walsall where the conditions are hellish and kids growing up there have seemingly no chance in life, there's little surprise they vote for anything different.
No shiz sherlock, so those people have been let down, why have they been let down?, They've been neglected, I don't blame them and rather than ignore them, they need to listen not sweep them under the carpet.
I don't know. Maybe people like you and Stuart should explain how you feel you've been left behind and what you'd like to see change in real terms.

I've stated many times before, I'm not going to keep repeating, clearly shows how ignorant you are.
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shauneco
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I think those of us who consider ourselves 'liberals' or 'progressives' have to ask some tough questions of ourselves.
When you look at the disadvantaged areas in America like Detroit and areas of Mississippi and the impoverished areas of Britain like Oldham, West Bromwich and Walsall where the conditions are hellish and kids growing up there have seemingly no chance in life, there's little surprise they vote for anything different.
No shiz sherlock, so those people have been let down, why have they been let down?, They've been neglected, I don't blame them and rather than ignore them, they need to listen not sweep them under the carpet.
I don't know. Maybe people like you and Stuart should explain how you feel you've been left behind and what you'd like to see change in real terms.
I've stated many times before, I'm not going to keep repeating, clearly shows how ignorant you are.

Have you? So you're from the north. Why have opportunities evaded you whilst others have taken them, and what could society/government done differently.

I'm genuinely interested to hear your views.
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My work colleague won £800 on trump winning. Trying to convince him to buy everyone cakes but he doesn't want people to judge him. Haha
#27
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shauneco
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I think those of us who consider ourselves 'liberals' or 'progressives' have to ask some tough questions of ourselves.
When you look at the disadvantaged areas in America like Detroit and areas of Mississippi and the impoverished areas of Britain like Oldham, West Bromwich and Walsall where the conditions are hellish and kids growing up there have seemingly no chance in life, there's little surprise they vote for anything different.
No shiz sherlock, so those people have been let down, why have they been let down?, They've been neglected, I don't blame them and rather than ignore them, they need to listen not sweep them under the carpet.
I don't know. Maybe people like you and Stuart should explain how you feel you've been left behind and what you'd like to see change in real terms.
I've stated many times before, I'm not going to keep repeating, clearly shows how ignorant you are.
Have you? So you're from the north. Why have opportunities evaded you whilst others have taken them, and what could society/government done differently.
I'm genuinely interested to hear your views.

Why don't you tell me what the government and the EU have done for those of us north of London?.

Your idea is that everyone should move south and become you.
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shauneco
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I think those of us who consider ourselves 'liberals' or 'progressives' have to ask some tough questions of ourselves.
When you look at the disadvantaged areas in America like Detroit and areas of Mississippi and the impoverished areas of Britain like Oldham, West Bromwich and Walsall where the conditions are hellish and kids growing up there have seemingly no chance in life, there's little surprise they vote for anything different.
No shiz sherlock, so those people have been let down, why have they been let down?, They've been neglected, I don't blame them and rather than ignore them, they need to listen not sweep them under the carpet.
I don't know. Maybe people like you and Stuart should explain how you feel you've been left behind and what you'd like to see change in real terms.
I've stated many times before, I'm not going to keep repeating, clearly shows how ignorant you are.
Have you? So you're from the north. Why have opportunities evaded you whilst others have taken them, and what could society/government done differently.
I'm genuinely interested to hear your views.
Why don't you tell me what the government and the EU have done for those of us north of London?.
Your idea is that everyone should move south and become you.

Well if you have an idea for a business then you can always get investment for it, but why can't you move? Plenty of people make sacrifices and move for a better life for themselves and their family.

What stopped you and what could the government have done to make it easier?
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In all the years that I have followed elections in the USA and Britain, I have never seen one in which the losing candidate didn't give a concession speech on the night, nor have I seen one where that candidate's campaign manager told everyone to go home and that it wasn't over yet, only for the candidate to then privately concede an hour or so later.
I feel kind of cheated at not being able to see a concession speech from Hillary Clinton. Perhaps she'll give one later, but it won't be quite the same. Frankly it makes her look a bit of a sore loser. Or perhaps she's already plotting her escape now that she faces the prospect of jail time.
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Predikuesi
In all the years that I have followed elections in the USA and Britain, I have never seen one in which the losing candidate didn't give a concession speech on the night, nor have I seen one where that candidate's campaign manager told everyone to go home and that it wasn't over yet, only for the candidate to then privately concede an hour or so later.
I feel kind of cheated at not being able to see a concession speech from Hillary Clinton. Perhaps she'll give one later, but it won't be quite the same. Frankly it makes her look a bit of a sore loser. Or perhaps she's already plotting her escape now that she faces the prospect of jail time.

I agree. It's terrible that she hasn't given a concession speech. It's needed for the nation to move forward.
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Ginger racist idiot who's grabbed afew fannies VS Racist, corrupt war-mongering elitist.

I'd say the better of two turds won.

It's also a big middle finger at the current failed government, economic and political system, that is a good thing.
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Predikuesi
In all the years that I have followed elections in the USA and Britain, I have never seen one in which the losing candidate didn't give a concession speech on the night, nor have I seen one where that candidate's campaign manager told everyone to go home and that it wasn't over yet, only for the candidate to then privately concede an hour or so later.
I feel kind of cheated at not being able to see a concession speech from Hillary Clinton. Perhaps she'll give one later, but it won't be quite the same. Frankly it makes her look a bit of a sore loser. Or perhaps she's already plotting her escape now that she faces the prospect of jail time.
I agree. It's terrible that she hasn't given a concession speech. It's needed for the nation to move forward.

...and if Trump lost, he wouldn't have even acknowledged the loss. He would be on camera straight away shouting the vote was rigged/corrupt Hillary, incite riots and follow up with pointless lawsuits. She is in shock that she lost to such a complete buffoon. I'd bet she is embarrassed more than anything.
#33
splatsplatsplat
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Predikuesi
In all the years that I have followed elections in the USA and Britain, I have never seen one in which the losing candidate didn't give a concession speech on the night, nor have I seen one where that candidate's campaign manager told everyone to go home and that it wasn't over yet, only for the candidate to then privately concede an hour or so later.
I feel kind of cheated at not being able to see a concession speech from Hillary Clinton. Perhaps she'll give one later, but it won't be quite the same. Frankly it makes her look a bit of a sore loser. Or perhaps she's already plotting her escape now that she faces the prospect of jail time.
I agree. It's terrible that she hasn't given a concession speech. It's needed for the nation to move forward.
...and if Trump lost, he wouldn't have even acknowledged the loss. He would be on camera straight away shouting the vote was rigged/corrupt Hillary, incite riots and follow up with pointless lawsuits. She is in shock that she lost to such a complete buffoon. I'd bet she is embarrassed more than anything.

I've just been watching France24 News coverage and they report that Hillary already knew that she wasn't going to win since last week, according to her staff, but kept up the moral-boosting rhetoric for the sake of her supporters. They also suggested that she should have campaigned on her own ticket instead of coming off the back of Obama's. I suspect that the Clintons want to fade from view after this.
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I think those of us who consider ourselves 'liberals' or 'progressives' have to ask some tough questions of ourselves.
When you look at the disadvantaged areas in America like Detroit and areas of Mississippi and the impoverished areas of Britain like Oldham, West Bromwich and Walsall where the conditions are hellish and kids growing up there have seemingly no chance in life, there's little surprise they vote for anything different.
No shiz sherlock, so those people have been let down, why have they been let down?, They've been neglected, I don't blame them and rather than ignore them, they need to listen not sweep them under the carpet.
I don't know. Maybe people like you and Stuart should explain how you feel you've been left behind and what you'd like to see change in real terms.
I've stated many times before, I'm not going to keep repeating, clearly shows how ignorant you are.
Have you? So you're from the north. Why have opportunities evaded you whilst others have taken them, and what could society/government done differently.
I'm genuinely interested to hear your views.
Why don't you tell me what the government and the EU have done for those of us north of London?.
Your idea is that everyone should move south and become you.
Well if you have an idea for a business then you can always get investment for it, but why can't you move? Plenty of people make sacrifices and move for a better life for themselves and their family.
What stopped you and what could the government have done to make it easier?

I don't want to be a banker ;).
#35
shauneco
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shauneco
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shauneco
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I think those of us who consider ourselves 'liberals' or 'progressives' have to ask some tough questions of ourselves.
When you look at the disadvantaged areas in America like Detroit and areas of Mississippi and the impoverished areas of Britain like Oldham, West Bromwich and Walsall where the conditions are hellish and kids growing up there have seemingly no chance in life, there's little surprise they vote for anything different.
No shiz sherlock, so those people have been let down, why have they been let down?, They've been neglected, I don't blame them and rather than ignore them, they need to listen not sweep them under the carpet.
I don't know. Maybe people like you and Stuart should explain how you feel you've been left behind and what you'd like to see change in real terms.
I've stated many times before, I'm not going to keep repeating, clearly shows how ignorant you are.
Have you? So you're from the north. Why have opportunities evaded you whilst others have taken them, and what could society/government done differently.
I'm genuinely interested to hear your views.
Why don't you tell me what the government and the EU have done for those of us north of London?.
Your idea is that everyone should move south and become you.
Well if you have an idea for a business then you can always get investment for it, but why can't you move? Plenty of people make sacrifices and move for a better life for themselves and their family.
What stopped you and what could the government have done to make it easier?
I don't want to be a banker ;).

You don't have to be.

But the point remains that you moan about things but don't offer solutions. You say the government hasn't done enough but isn't it a two-way street?
#36
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shauneco
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shauneco
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I think those of us who consider ourselves 'liberals' or 'progressives' have to ask some tough questions of ourselves.
When you look at the disadvantaged areas in America like Detroit and areas of Mississippi and the impoverished areas of Britain like Oldham, West Bromwich and Walsall where the conditions are hellish and kids growing up there have seemingly no chance in life, there's little surprise they vote for anything different.
No shiz sherlock, so those people have been let down, why have they been let down?, They've been neglected, I don't blame them and rather than ignore them, they need to listen not sweep them under the carpet.
I don't know. Maybe people like you and Stuart should explain how you feel you've been left behind and what you'd like to see change in real terms.
I've stated many times before, I'm not going to keep repeating, clearly shows how ignorant you are.
Have you? So you're from the north. Why have opportunities evaded you whilst others have taken them, and what could society/government done differently.
I'm genuinely interested to hear your views.
Why don't you tell me what the government and the EU have done for those of us north of London?.
Your idea is that everyone should move south and become you.
Well if you have an idea for a business then you can always get investment for it, but why can't you move? Plenty of people make sacrifices and move for a better life for themselves and their family.
What stopped you and what could the government have done to make it easier?
I don't want to be a banker ;).
You don't have to be.
But the point remains that you moan about things but don't offer solutions. You say the government hasn't done enough but isn't it a two-way street?

There should be equal opportunities all over Britain, you have to live with the hardships to understand.

It's like being bullied at school, your solution would be move. My solution would be deal with the bullies.
#37
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I think those of us who consider ourselves 'liberals' or 'progressives' have to ask some tough questions of ourselves.
When you look at the disadvantaged areas in America like Detroit and areas of Mississippi and the impoverished areas of Britain like Oldham, West Bromwich and Walsall where the conditions are hellish and kids growing up there have seemingly no chance in life, there's little surprise they vote for anything different.
No shiz sherlock, so those people have been let down, why have they been let down?, They've been neglected, I don't blame them and rather than ignore them, they need to listen not sweep them under the carpet.
I don't know. Maybe people like you and Stuart should explain how you feel you've been left behind and what you'd like to see change in real terms.
I've stated many times before, I'm not going to keep repeating, clearly shows how ignorant you are.
Have you? So you're from the north. Why have opportunities evaded you whilst others have taken them, and what could society/government done differently.
I'm genuinely interested to hear your views.
Why don't you tell me what the government and the EU have done for those of us north of London?.
Your idea is that everyone should move south and become you.
Well if you have an idea for a business then you can always get investment for it, but why can't you move? Plenty of people make sacrifices and move for a better life for themselves and their family.
What stopped you and what could the government have done to make it easier?
I don't want to be a banker ;).
You don't have to be.
But the point remains that you moan about things but don't offer solutions. You say the government hasn't done enough but isn't it a two-way street?
There should be equal opportunities all over Britain, you have to live with the hardships to understand.
It's like being bullied at school, your solution would be move. My solution would be deal with the bullies.

So how far from your front door should an opportunity be?

Does that mean everything has to be in your doorstep so you never have to move?

Honestly, maybe your unwillingness to move to where the opportunities are is a bigger factor than what the government does. The truth is that the best opportunities are scarce and they always will be, so whilst you're sitting on your hands someone else is sacrificing to get them,

Sorry buddy,
banned#38
SmilingCrow
stuarthanley
Rumour has it that the American election was only advisory.
There will now be a process where thousands of idiots march on Capitol Hill demanding a re-vote.
After that, the Supreme court will interfere and insist that the result needs to be discussed amongst the other politicians.
Anyone with an IQ high enough to allow them to drag their knuckles into a pooling both and not be shot due to being mistaken for Big Foot could tell the difference between an election and a referndum.

Is that a turtle head I can see?
#39
shasnir
Excellent deals for the Xbox One console in the deals section at the moment thanks to Brexit.

Hey, could you explain the economics of that. I'm just going to get some popcorn.
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Had [email protected]/1 on Trump some months back :D plus the free £10 willhill bet @7/2 so i am delighted.

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