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Yes that pretty much sums things up

Historically, it seems to me that Mr Corbyn has been more comfortable in the company of people who make private bombs than those who sell private bonds

Mr. Ed of this parish, who may or may nor be a talking horse but make sense regardless.

6 comments to Yes that pretty much sums things up

  • Deep Lurker

    My guess is that Mr Corbyn is more comfortable in the company of people who share their private bombs with the public. When it comes to people who build private bombs to set off on their own private property, I’d expect him to be much less understanding.

  • Nicholas (Unlicenced Joker) Gray

    I find it hard to believe that he has EVER looked comfortable. He looks permanently worried about anything and everything, all the time. Has he ever smiled, or told a joke?

  • Paul Marks

    And yet at least a third of the voters are going to vote for the Labour Party – I can see Labour posters in houses when I look out from my own home.

    Let us put to bed the idea that Labour voters are well meaning people who just happen to have different ideas about economic policy, or are voting Labour out of habit (“my father voted Labour – so I am voting Labour”). People who vote Labour THIS TIME are voting for someone, Jeremy Corbyn, to be Prime Minister of the United Kingdom – and they are doing so in the full knowledge that he is an enemy of Britain (and the West in general) and an ally of the terrorists – both Marxist and Islamist terrorists.

    Think about that – let it sink in. And the defence “the people do not know – after all there are no conservative radio or television stations allowed in Britain to tell them” does not really work, as the people do know what Mr Corbyn is – and at least one in three people are going to vote for his party.

  • Mr Ed

    Try as I might, my SEO skills are insufficient to show me evidence of Mr Corbyn’s support, in any form at any time, for Sergeant Blackman (Marine A) in his appeal against his life sentence. Yet Mr Corbyn has found time to hobnob with everyone from Chavez to a hijacker from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (h/t Guido Fawkes) to working for Iranian Press TV to engaging with Hamas.

  • Nicholas (Unlicenced Joker) Gray

    Maybe Theresa looks even worse by comparison? She ‘changed’ her mind after Brexit, and then did a U-turn on some pension plan. She might seem wobbly to the average voter?