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Thread: Blair is fighting for YOUR right to change your mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MancTony View Post
    Something tells me he's missing the limelight. I've been a Labour voter all my life but I hated this Tory in disguise. (Sorry, didn't mean to do all political).
    Do most traditional Labour voters feel that way about Blair? What about the re-run? Has Blair made it less popular by supporting it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MancTony View Post
    Something tells me he's missing the limelight. I've been a Labour voter all my life but I hated this Tory in disguise. (Sorry, didn't mean to do all political).
    As a dyed-in-the-wool Socialist I've never been more ashamed of the Labour party than when the grinning chimp was at the helm. Remember all that "cool Britannia" shite that flew around? A national mid-life crisis if ever I saw one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinmanofkent View Post
    Do most traditional Labour voters feel that way about Blair?
    Well, I've never voted Labour because I don't think they've ever represent the working person one little bit during my lifetime, but the leader that represented me worst was definitely Blair. He represented the middle-class nouveau-rich champagne socialists at best and the Establishment at worst; now but a skimmed-milk Tory, the pillock.

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    *Thread jack* There have been some great Labour leaders in the past. (Excluding Blair and Miliband). I do have some socialist tendencies and joined the Labour party specifically to vote for Corbyn. I like ALOT of what he says and agree with 'most' of his policies. However, I do think he may be a little outdated in some of his views.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackroadkill View Post
    Well, I've never voted Labour because I don't think they've ever represent the working person one little bit during my lifetime, but the leader that represented me worst was definitely Blair. He represented the middle-class nouveau-rich champagne socialists at best and the Establishment at worst; now but a skimmed-milk Tory, the pillock.
    I agree that recently thay haven't represented the working man and have distanced themselves from their fundementals. As a trade unionist it was disappointing when Blair (spit on floor) wanted to split from the unions.
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    Let me put it like this..I put on a lottery ticket last night....I LOST...Can i have my money back please!!!

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    I used to schedule production for one of two factories making lipstick and makeup mechanisms. The company was a British startup, later bought out by a larger company. After a few years the whole lot was transferred to Poland, well apart from the 300 odd employees of course. In return the EU have funded huge telephony warehouses or vanity projects most of which have since fallen derelict.
    I didnt include that in the list of pros and cons I drew up before voting and having given it al a lot of consideration resent Blairs offer to change my mind with the subtext of not doing so being that Im an old, ill educated bigoted and possibly racist northerner.

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