- Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:15 pm
He tried to solve the Tory issue on Europe, it was a hideous gamble to solve a political party issue, Ed Miliband was right when he refused to grant it even though every fucker and his son was moaning about his decision.
Some things are too big to gamble with, the fact he also played into the hands of the leave side with caveats a plenty. The franchise should have been expanded for starters, those under 18 will have to deal with the consequences for a lot longer of this more so than many over the age of 75 who turned out in large numbers.
The right side of the Labour Party is also to blame by talking up the idea, they have been found wanting in the face of Corbynism to be honest, vapid, out of touch, idealess bunch of tossers. See Adonis latest idea, do as Monkey says not as Monkey does, Adonis's kids can go to University but we should get rid of any University post 92 because they are all failing, when in fact most are actually producing better well rounded graduates than the Russell Groups.
Why is Corbynism so popular, because frankly it's different, is it deliverable? No some of it isn't but that's Corbyn's problem. As for the Tories what have they? The party is full of terrible MP's who represent a backward era. All the talk was of Labour voters voting Labour despite of Corbyn, I actually think the truth is a little closer to Tories voting Tory not because of May but because of Corbyn.