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To think the PM should apologise

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Loopylala7 Wed 02-Dec-15 23:11:33

He was completely out of order to call opposers terrorist sympathisers. It's plain that they are far from this and he should publicly apologise. It was nothing more than bully boy language. I'm disgusted at his arrogance.

Samcro Wed 02-Dec-15 23:13:35

good luck with that, he used the same tactics to shut down debate about about disabled people.....but he still got back in

UterusUterusGhali Wed 02-Dec-15 23:15:02

It was a nasty, despicable thing to say.

DisappointedOne Wed 02-Dec-15 23:38:54

Pre-politics he worked in advertising. Can't you tell?

IguanaTail Wed 02-Dec-15 23:40:10

I can't imagine he has ever apologised in his life.

janethegirl2 Wed 02-Dec-15 23:43:09

biscuit

SuburbanRhonda Wed 02-Dec-15 23:44:29

What's the biscuit for, janey?

Backawaynow2 Wed 02-Dec-15 23:49:07

There's no point in apologising unless it's sincere. He obviously let his gob run away with him and am surprised as he's a class act and this was a huge mistake.

On another tack I hope Hillary Ben can somehow get to lead the labour party as Jeremy will put us out of Power as long as stupid old Foot did.

Very impressed with Hillary tonight.

janethegirl2 Wed 02-Dec-15 23:52:13

Stupidity, arrogance, idiocy etc.

David Cameron is entitled to his opinion. Why shouldn't he say what he feels? He has no need to apologise for his views.

If you don't like it, don't vote for him

Personally I couldn't support any of the current party leaders but they are entitled to voice their opinions.

howtorebuild Wed 02-Dec-15 23:52:17

I won't vote Hillary in as a leader.

Loopylala7 Wed 02-Dec-15 23:53:42

There's no class in his pathetic name calling. What do you do if you start to loose an argument, name call.

LittleLionMansMummy Wed 02-Dec-15 23:53:50

If having a social conscience makes me a terrorist sympathiser then this world is even more fucked up than I thought. Yes of course he should apologise, but he won't because he's an arrogant arse.

Backawaynow2 Wed 02-Dec-15 23:57:13

Neither would I before tonight.

Jeremy is just as ridiculous a leader as Ed stone was so we need hope.

Loopylala7 Wed 02-Dec-15 23:57:42

He should when he has in effect tried to tarnish his colleagues with a name to try and shame them. These people are pacifists. They are acknowledging 15 years of unending war and trying to resolve that there should be an alternative plan. It's obvious indiscriminate bombs do not work.

Loopylala7 Wed 02-Dec-15 23:58:57

Tony Blair even admitted that attacking Iraq helped give rise to IS

janethegirl2 Wed 02-Dec-15 23:59:32

Hillary Benn may well replace Jeremy corbyn as leader but it won't be soon.

Lovehandles Thu 03-Dec-15 00:00:19

haha Janey I didn't vote for him, don't like his stupidity and arrogance but still have to put up with the bastard!

Lovehandles Thu 03-Dec-15 00:01:36

and Jeremy aint ridiculous

Backawaynow2 Thu 03-Dec-15 00:02:20

Having a social conscience is pretty common though isn't it?

Lots of labour/lib dem MPs voted with the Tories. I guess they have thought through the issues too.

A lot of them have been to Syria and have listened to the people on the ground.

I think Cameron's remarks were a huge mistake btw.

janethegirl2 Thu 03-Dec-15 00:02:44

lovehandles I'm guessing that applies to many on this thread.

DioneTheDiabolist Thu 03-Dec-15 00:03:51

He shouldn't have said it, because it was wrong. He should apologise because he was wrong.

He won't though because he is stupid, egotistical and a fuckwit.

janethegirl2 Thu 03-Dec-15 00:07:36

The majority for attacking IS in Syria is huge, so it's not like it's a very narrow margin.

I'm still very much on the fence, probably more on the no side than the yes side though.

Logically if it's ok to attack IS in Iraq it should be ok to attack them in Syria but I don't feel comfortable about it.

By extrapolation if IS is in a town in the UK is it ok to attack that?

Backawaynow2 Thu 03-Dec-15 00:08:07

Jeremy is a decent man who had been catapulted into leading the labour partly and won't survive.

He's done better than critics said but when push comes to shove we all know he hadn't a chance in hell of getting elected as PM.

Hillary came across as far and away more statesmanlike.

Backawaynow2 Thu 03-Dec-15 00:11:29

Does anyone feel comfortable tonight?

There's no victory here.

Horrible news all around the world tonight.

Loopylala7 Thu 03-Dec-15 00:16:39

Jeremy Corbyn is plainly too decent a human for government. His morals are too good. Sadly, the U.K. Seem to elect shiny media men who are good at marketing themselves, even if they have a moral compass of a sewer rat.

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