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Thread: OT. The futures Bright, the Futures Brexit!!!

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Manofpride View Post
    I started this thread as I'd no idea who should and could run the Country after Cameron stands down, I wondered if there would be a name on this footy board we were all in favour of leading the way for victory, but I can see with no names coming forward that no one thinks that there is a conservative good enough to run the Country.

    I wonder if its time for another general election to try and find a candidate who's capable of doing the job.
    Straight answer? Theresa May.

    although...I've heard the phrases 'well regarded', 'gravitas' and 'safe pair of hands' used to describe her and that sounds like a deja vu of when Claire Ballantine was approached to be pm and she crashed and burned due to an addiction to internet poker.

  2. #22
    But teresa May doesnt have Malcolm Tucker bugging her every move...........

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by ramAnag View Post
    Don't really care who the leader is but my vote would go to such a voice of moderation with policies designed around common sense, compassion and concern for the well being of the whole UK.
    OK Mangara, I'll take the job but I have to reiterate - as Olson Johnson almost said - I'll take the ******* and the ******, but I don't want the Welsh!

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_Faber View Post
    Straight answer? Theresa May.

    although...I've heard the phrases 'well regarded', 'gravitas' and 'safe pair of hands' used to describe her and that sounds like a deja vu of when Claire Ballantine was approached to be pm and she crashed and burned due to an addiction to internet poker.
    May?

    Any politician who advocates that Sharia law is good in this country, when we have a perfectly sound legal system not driven by religious idiocy. Shouldn't be allowed to tie their own shoes, never mind wield power.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Trickytreesreds View Post
    May?

    Any politician who advocates that Sharia law is good in this country, when we have a perfectly sound legal system not driven by religious idiocy. Shouldn't be allowed to tie their own shoes, never mind wield power.
    I think you'll find, and I'm hoping the political class have at last got the message, that the tolerant British will only go so far in accommodating other belief systems, and that it stops short of bending over, oiling up and waiting for penetration (to paraphrase from yet another cult classic, my second in this topic). I think ALL the candidates for PM, reluctantly or not, have got that message. If they haven't they now don't have the mealy-mouthed labourites waiting in the wings, they have UKIP.

  6. #26
    I'm now quite lost...get Mangara (quite like that) but Claire Ballentine, Malcolm Tucker and Olson Johnson? No idea.
    Job's yours Rog...but the Welsh come with it.

    See Farage has 'f****d off', to coin a phrase...that's the first stage of getting our country back!
    Last edited by ramAnag; 04-07-2016 at 03:21 PM.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by ramAnag View Post
    I'm now quite lost...get Mangara (quite like that) but Claire Ballentine, Malcolm Tucker and Olson Johnson? No idea.
    Job's yours Rog...but the Welsh come with it.

    See Farage has 'f****d off', to coin a phrase...that's the first stage of getting our country back!
    Ballentine and Tucker - "The Thick of It"

    Olson Johnson - "Blazing Saddles"

  8. #28
    May

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Manofpride View Post
    May
    Okay then MoP...you asked the question and ridiculed the answer. Tell us all who you'd prefer.

  10. #30
    Like I said I started the thread as I had no idea who could do a job in the conservative party, May wanted to stay in the EU which makes it a bit of a joke IMO.

    Appointing a new Prime Minister who wanted to stay in Europe when the majority of it's people voted to leave would be a bit daft!

    The next Prime Minister must be a Brexiteer, the candidates left don't look good but I'd have any of the Conservative Brexiteers over May!

  11. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by Trickytreesreds View Post
    May?

    Any politician who advocates that Sharia law is good in this country, when we have a perfectly sound legal system not driven by religious idiocy. Shouldn't be allowed to tie their own shoes, never mind wield power.
    And here I am agreeing with a Forest fan!

  12. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by Manofpride View Post
    Now the dust has settled and everyone has now excepted Brexit, Who would you like to be our next Prime Minister, I know most folk would want Nigel Farage but at the moment that's not possible.
    Doesn't matter who anyone wants as only the Tory party have as say and it doesn't look like they intend to hold an election anytime soon so you wont have any influence until 2020.

    Its looking likely to be May but I wouldnt put any money on it!

  13. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by Oldtimeram View Post
    On second thoughts I will say something......




    .......... if only to annoy him!!!




    Farage? Really?. I have nothing against him but he has got to get elected to parliament first. I know there has been been a big swing in attitudes since the referendum but I cannot see UKIP getting sufficient majority if another election was to take place in the next few months. Interesting thought though.


    Now if you called Farage a Clown I'd agree with that. Now that we have our independence (ignoring the influence of the global corporations which hasn't changed one bit) what is the point of UKIP now? More to the point where is the Brexit plan?

  14. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by Manofpride View Post
    Like I said I started the thread as I had no idea who could do a job in the conservative party, May wanted to stay in the EU which makes it a bit of a joke IMO.

    Appointing a new Prime Minister who wanted to stay in Europe when the majority of it's people voted to leave would be a bit daft!

    The next Prime Minister must be a Brexiteer, the candidates left don't look good but I'd have any of the Conservative Brexiteers over May!
    'The majority of it's people voted to leave'. You sure about that?

  15. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by ramAnag View Post
    'The majority of it's people voted to leave'. You sure about that?

    I think he means the majority of those who voted!

    I'm interested as to how given this was all about the Tory party's internal divisions and what they say in public is not necessarily a good indication of what they actually want, how do you know May wanted to remain in Europe? She was not exactly prominently campaigning on that issue!

    Plus the prime Minister will still be leading a party of which at least half if not more were in favour of remaining in the EU, so on that logic there needs to be a general election!

  16. #36
    F***itybye bojo and fromage. pob is next to die.

  17. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by roger_ramjet View Post
    Ballentine and Tucker - "The Thick of It"

    Olson Johnson - "Blazing Saddles"
    'oil up and wait for penetration' - Snatch

    Anyone who hasn't watched episodes 1 to 6 and specials 1 and 2 of 'the Thick Of It', please do, you will see that all that has happened in 'the real world' in 2016 was predicted, Nostradamus style, on BBC4 in 2007 - 9.

  18. #38

    Quote Originally Posted by swaledale View Post
    Plus the prime Minister will still be leading a party of which at least half if not more were in favour of remaining in the EU, so on that logic there needs to be a general election!
    Can't agree more!

  19. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by ramAnag View Post
    'The majority of it's people voted to leave'. You sure about that?
    Yes because if it was the other way round we'd still be in Europe!

    Anyway I thinks it's about time we stop debating politics or religion as it never gets resolved and causes fall outs.

    So lets talk football and up the Rams!

  20. #40
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manofpride View Post
    Yes because if it was the other way round we'd still be in Europe!

    Anyway I thinks it's about time we stop debating politics or religion as it never gets resolved and causes fall outs.

    So lets talk football and up the Rams!
    We are still in Europe and will remain so until we sign clause 50, and then we still remain in for two more years. Plenty of time for a second referendum which seems likely and Brexiteers will melt away when they realise this time the implications of still wanting to come out.

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