theGman

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  1.   You was the one who brought up Trumps name on the Trudeau thread.
  2.   You have an odd definition of hysterical. I think you might be projecting. Maybe you should step back from the keyboard for a while. Go out and get some fresh air. It will do you some good.
  3.   It's called trolling, and according to you and Jezza is something to be revered.   Donald J. Trump. Great and unmatched wisdom:   “I’m speaking with myself, number one, because I have a very good brain and I’ve said a lot of things."
  4.   Trudeau apologised profusely. For his actions at a time when he was not president. Almost 20 years ago.   Trump apologises reluctantly and rarely. For any actions at a time when he is president. Past, present and future.   Trudeau's actions were terrible and, if I were Canadian, would have been enough for me not to vote for him. He will be, and should be, continued to be scrutinised. As should Trump.   Anyhow, enough whataboutism...
  5.   Luckily "impeachment" comes before "irony".
  6.   Donald J. Trump. Great and unmatched wisdom:   "I think I am, actually humble. I think I'm much more humble than you would understand."
  7. Brexit: The fallout

      Change comes from within. The UK was a big player in the EU and often threw it's weight around and had the ability to make changes. But now that chance will be gone. The UK will lose that control. And although the UK will no longer be in the club, it is located only 40km away from it and can now do nothing but watch.   Even for those who believe the EU really is that bad then they still should want to remain. As the saying goes, keep your friends close...
  8.   Donald J. Trump. Great and unmatched wisdom:   "This is a tough hurricane, one of the wettest we've ever seen from the standpoint of water."
  9. Brexit: The fallout

      That toss piece can fucking do one. Honestly, how can he even have the nerve to comment. Bloody gobshite should go back to whatever hole he came from.
  10. Brexit: The fallout

    He's a bit like Donny. If you squint really hard you can almost imagine they are being sincere, but then they keep coming up with gems like this and you realise that the deep down they really are just a dick head.
  11. Brexit: The fallout

    It's bloody intriguing. The ERG should definitely vote for it...an extension followed by an election would be a hell of a risky ploy to get a no deal Brexit. Labour needs to be careful here. Voting down yet another deal just before an election is also very risky business. Lib Dems are pretty safe though, they have made their Brexit bed already.
  12. Brexit: The fallout

      It's gonna be close. It's worse than May's deal so, in principle, it should get even fewer votes. But Brexit fatigue has clearly hit the EU and is surely rampant in the HoC too. I'm not sure that's what Boris Johnson would actually want* but he'd take the win I'm sure. However, the opposition know that the EU would grant an extension and therefore may be happy to hold out for an election and string out the process a bit longer.   *ETA: thinking about it, what's gonna win him more votes? Being the "hero" who got a deal and delivered Brexit or being the "victim" who tried his hardest but was blocked by the mean HoC.
  13. Brexit: The fallout

      To be fair, BJ is playing a blinder. He manages to persuade the EU to rehash a new deal, worse than the old one, so that he can take it back to parliament. He knows parliament will reject it. Then it's election time and he can point fingers at everyone.   What a twat.
  14.   Fuuuuuuccckkk.   Nah, I refuse to believe it. There is no way an adult human being could pen such a text. No way. A 10 year old would get a "must try harder" for that.