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Mcwiggum pretty much nailed it. Career politicians are hilariously incompetent in everything that doesn't involve embezzling cash.
They're not and Wiggum is exaggerating, though there is a kernel of truth in it. May called for election because her aides recommended it. They, in turn, had been blinded by polls showing Tories having a massive 30-point lead in popularity. They then calculated that all those UKIP voters would now vote for Conservatives since May kept pushing for hard Brexit, and the final nail in the coffin was the seemingly unpopularity of Corby, against whom there seems to be a media bias, obviously helped by the in-fighting in the Labour party between the Blairites and the traditional Socialists.Almalexia said:Not that I'm in a position to talk, but why the hell are your politicians so stupid, even for politicians?
ThicccccJacobhinds said:he ate diane abbot's ass
Nothing. Hard brexit just sounds strong and stable so may wants every little bit of it. In reality even most brexiteers would be unlikely to go for a "hard brexit" if challenged on all the details.Mabons said:And on that subject, what does May and the rest of the ****s pushing for a hard brexit stand to gain from it? Assuming hard brexit means "no deals or nuffin"
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