MafiosO wrote:The last refuge of those with no reply. Grow up ROT I used to look forward to your comments.
MafiosO wrote:Basic but dishonest. If people really believed Ed was wrong the honest thing to do was mount a challenge 2 or 3 years ago giving a new leader time to set agreeable policy. Let's face it, he has never been the chosen one,apart from a biased Union choice. The Labour Party are now paying the price for a lack of balls. No pun intended.
MafiosO wrote:So Yvette cooper, shoulder to shoulder with Ed Milliband during the election now chooses to join those who criticise his leadership (lack of) and his policies.
It begs the question. If she believed he got it so wrong wouldn't the honourable thing to do to challenge him a few years ago. Was she being, well "unclear".when she offered him her 100% support. Perhaps she has had a eureka Moment. How can we trust people who believe a direction one day and criticise it another. Dirty business. Gutless, clueless, selfish are words that spring to mind.
Off The Hook wrote:I can't quite understand why mafioso is having a political meltdown when his lot actually won? Bizarre boarding.
jamespevans wrote:Off The Hook wrote:I can't quite understand why mafioso is having a political meltdown when his lot actually won? Bizarre boarding.
I don't think he understands politics he was a "committed socialist under Blair"