The ultimate Sir Keir Starmer thread

Joey Shabadoo

My pronouns are "He", "Him" and "buggerlugs"
Says the person who spent how long slagging of the last leader 🙄
So how you feeling with your chosen goverment ?
The last leader spent all his time pissing off and alienating people who weren't socialists. How did that work out for him? Worst result since the 30s?

My government's working out just fine. Their bosses are a bunch of wanks though.
 

Adam4868

Guru
My government's working out just fine. Their bosses are a bunch of wanks though
Your bosses...FTFY.
The irony of this thread.You spent the last god knows how many years calling Corbyn/Labour as racist,terrorist supporting,Marxist....then we get Johnson 😁
All of a sudden it's get behind your leader, hes not mine.
Now who was mentioning blinkered lol
 

Joey Shabadoo

My pronouns are "He", "Him" and "buggerlugs"
Johnson as a man is quite possibly the worst Prime Minister we've had in my lifetime. Lacking entirely in any moral fibre, unprincipled, instinctively mendacious and thoroughly untrustworthy.

Together with 14 million other voters, I'd choose him in a heartbeat before Corbyn.

That easy decision isn't so clear cut when it comes to Johnson v Starmer.
 

Adam4868

Guru
Johnson as a man is quite possibly the worst Prime Minister we've had in my lifetime. Lacking entirely in any moral fibre, unprincipled, instinctively mendacious and thoroughly untrustworthy.

Together with 14 million other voters, I'd choose him in a heartbeat before Corbyn.

That easy decision isn't so clear cut when it comes to Johnson v Starmer.
What a absolute load of bollox 😂
 

Joey Shabadoo

My pronouns are "He", "Him" and "buggerlugs"
If you're saying that people choose according to party leader in general elections, then Scottish voters have chosen Nicola Sturgeon for the last three.
True. Not an option for most of the country and the SNP will never be the ruling party in Westminster.

Be interesting to see if Labour make any inroads at the Scottish elections next month and if so, how much that will be attributed to their new local leader, Starmer, Salmond or Corbyn.
 

Landsurfer

Über Member
I live in a “Dog Turd” constituency.
If Labour put a dog turd up as MP it would get elected.
So i voted for Boris ...
Not ashamed, but beyond angry that i fell for the blustering liar that i had no place in electing ...
That doesn’t help ...
Healey was elected ...
I wish there was someone i could vote for ..
Someone who would make a difference ....
But there’s no one ... not one ...
I have the vote, but no franchise to change things .....
Ever ...
 

pubrunner

Legendary Member
I think we're safe to say we're ok then with Starmer...he's about as radical as....Ikea ?
Freedland....🙄
Indeed !

Starmer = soggy, grey, cardboard cut-out.

Starmer will say whatever he thinks the audience he's talking to wants to hear. This is why he looks so perpetually uncomfortable and pained, because he's having to think about every word, since none of it comes naturally.

Love or Hate Jeremy Corbyn, but he said what he believed in and could articulate it well, naturally and off the cuff - because it was genuine. In fact, it was noticeable that in the 2019 GE campaign, he was less comfortable and came across as a bit more scripted and 'managed' - because he was pitching a platform and not talking about his personal opinions.

Starmer comes across as a typical point scoring, grey lawyer, with no ideas or energy of his own; trying to prove that Boris is a liar is a waste of energy. Everyman and his dog, knows Boris is a compulsive liar, U-turner, purveyor of weasel words and so on. The electorate don't really seem to care about that, in my view. Perhaps they should, but the last election suggests that they don't, much.

When I see Labour MPs talk on TV, they seem 'flat' and despondent - as if they're resigned to being a party perpetually in opposition. The country needs a strong opposition party - a government in waiting. The Labour party needs a leader, who can energise the party, get people motivated, 'fire-up' supporters and attract new members - I can't see any of these things happening under Starmer.
 

Adam4868

Guru
Who would of thought suspending Corbyn and fecking the left of the party of would be such a disaster....I remember when they said Corbyn was unelectable 🙄
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