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romford boy

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  1. If the allegations are untrue why hasn't Cameron sued?. IMO its one thing to have a PM who is seen as nasty and incompetent, and another to have one who is a laughing stock worldwide.
  2. Didn't know that. Love his politics but not so sure about his taste in woman.
  3. I understand the right wing press are working on a story that suggests that vegan Jeremy Corbyn has hamophobic tendencies, unlike our animal loving Prime Minister.
  4. Like it or not JC has reinvigorated politics and more than double the amount of people voted for him than the Tory party have members. The political old guard wont dare oust him because they understand he has the unequivocal support of the majority of members and trade unions, and a successful coup would spell the ends of their own careers. As he is a socialist I find it strange that you should mention that he knows the words to his parties anthem, and of course I support Labour. What party do you support Rebel?
  5. I didn't know singing a silly song is part of JCs job description.
  6. Jeremy was actually holding a surgery in his constituency last night so should be commended for putting the interests of the people that elected him first. I find it strange that a thoroughly decent man gets slaughtered for not singing the national anthem while the fact that half the England football team rarely did until quite recently and it hardly got a mention in the gutter press.
  7. All the Blairites plus the right wing gutter press are saying JC is unelectable, even though he has just been ELECTED by an unbelievable margin. I don't understand the logic in their thinking. My own view is that he has captured the imagination of enough people to win a general election easily, if it was in the next few months. Keeping up the momentum he has in his favour will be more difficult to maintain for another four and a half years. Its also a bit of a tired old cliché, but most commentators agree that opposition parties don't win election, but governments lose them.
  8. Of coarse Labour can win the 2020 general election, but only if they don't try to out Tory the Tories. Corbyn has reinvigorated politics and created excitement like no other English politician in my lifetime (Nicola Sturgeon did the same in Scotland with astonishing results).
  9. I believe Trident should be scrapped as the money should be better spent elsewhere. Perhaps the only sensible solution is for Corbyn to call for, or promise a referendum (if elected).
  10. After such an overwhelming victory any Blairite Labour MPs who think they can easily get rid of him have had a rude awakening.
  11. I have waited all my adult life for a potential Prime Minister who supports the kind of policies JC is promoting. As I was a baby when Clem Atlee was PM, IMO the last half decent one was Harold Wilson, so its been quite a long wait.
  12. Corbyn definitely wouldn't have been anywhere near the top of my wish list a couple of months ago, but I'm now completely converted and mightily impressed by the way he has grown into the role he is seeking. Agree that the right wing gutter press will have a field day in trying to demonise him, but it certainly didn't work with Nicola Sturgeon who won possibly the greatest landslide in UK political history, and I think enough of the electorate will see through the lies and vote for him regardless.
  13. We will probably finish mid table or thereabouts. By a country mile Hornchurch are the worse team we have played so far, and will do well to finish much higher than us IMO.
  14. I'm still convinced that Rhodes and Loose are one and the same person.
  15. It was only the second time our two central defenders had played together and our top keeper walked out a few days before the match. I think you might find RLN much harder than you ever imagined.
  16. For any neutrals at Ship Lane last night it must have been a cracking game to watch and a great advert for non-league football. I don't remember one single nasty challenge or attempt to con the referee, and it seemed like a good old fashioned cup tie.
  17. If both clubs could produce games like tonight's every week it would certainly put bums on seats, and I thought it was a credit to both teams. You definitely don't get the commitment we witnessed tonight in the Premier League.
  18. To be fair that was the best Romford performance for a very long time.
  19. Entertaining game with thankfully no nastiness on the pitch, or terraces. IMO Hornchurch were out thought and out fought.
  20. So do I, just getting my excuses in early,Lol.
  21. TBH I would rather we lost by a cricket score in an entertaining match than watch us win a dour game. Its the taking part that counts, and shouldn't be just about winning.
  22. Lets see if you lot are still laughing when you get battered tomorrow.
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