Post by Yellow
On Sat, 2 Dec 2017 03:41:19 -0800 (PST), R. Mark Clayton
Post by R. Mark Clayton Post by Fredxx Post by R. Mark Clayton Post by pullgees
Well good riddance if he does, he's not delivering. Time to call
Jacob Rees Mogg from the wilderness.
I was thinking whether May had the balls to take up his offer!
Post by R. Mark Clayton
Green may or may not have viewed port. He should not have done it on
his work PC, but there is no crime. The copper grassing him today
was being disingenuous. Nine years ago if you had typed "Teresa May"
into Google and clicked images, you would have got hundreds of
thumbnails of a UK porn star disrobed (Google filters that sort of
What is a problem is whether he is lying, and then of course there
are allegations about his hands...
Most likely Green will resign, Davis won't and will continue to stall
the negotiations so as to ensure a hard Brexit - damaging the country
before he retires a life of ease...
Overall the prognosis for May's government is bleak indeed.
IMO a socialist gov't under Corbyn would hurt the country far more than
Brexit ever could.
In the short term they would - it would be 1967, 1977 or 2008 all over again in spades. However barring some sort of revolution, as with previous spendthrift socialist governments it would be voted out for a decade or more at the following general election.
In the long run Brexit is probably more damaging, as there is no mechanism to overturn the wafer thin majority to leave.
But we would still leave the EU too because Corbyn and McDonnell are
leavers. That is as clear as day.
And just because they are trying to ride the remain horse too at the
moment, to increase their potential support while trying to weaken the
government, only an idiot would be fooled by them putting up Keir
Starmer as a front.
Vote Labour, get Marxism, get Brexit.
Good slogan eh?
Rees-Mogg was on the Andrew Marr show this morning and said that as
long as there is a *transition* period after March 2019 during which
we will still be paying our EU contribution, still be part of the
single market and customs union, and still recognising the ECJ, then
we won't have left in March 2019. He was quite clear that there is a
difference between an *implementation* period and a *transition*
period. Originally, he said Theresa May was talking about an
implementation period, which WOULD mean we had left after March 2019.
But not if it's a transition period, which is what is referred to now
when the subject comes up.
Also, in the House on 28 Nov 17, Rees-Mogg was scathing about the
government's withholding of certain impact assessments from the
Exiting the European Union select committee. He wasn't the only Tory
speaking against the government on this issue. Note that Rees-Mogg is
a hardened Brexiter.