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  • Farage and Clegg Round two here we go !
  • Farage is his normal self, I can shout louder than up you, but watching Cleggie trying to be an angry man is a little bizarre!!!

    chewkw
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    😆 => Clegg, deputy PM = career politician. This guy got lots of spins.

    Oh heck, here comes immigration…..BS alert on…

    Two bald men arguing over a comb. Again. 😉

    Swelper
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    Tonight’s BS Bingo phrase is “We have to be clear…….”

    chewkw
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    Swelper – Member

    Tonight’s BS Bingo phrase is “We have to be clear…….”

    I bet Clegg is going to say “… make no mistake …” sometime in this debate. 😆

    robdixon
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    If Clegg thinks you have to be in the EU to grow the economy / trade, he needs to take a sabbatical and spend some time in the likes of Singapore. He doesn’t seem to have a clue how business works and even less insight into how the majority of countries not in the EU do well despite not having this “competitive advantage”.

    patriotpro
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    Cleggs embarrassing and to think that he is at the top of our government makes me shudder.

    Premier Icon Rusty Spanner
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    Clegg may be embarrasing, but at least he’s not a small minded bigot.

    To think that people actually vote for UKIP – that makes me shudder.

    chewkw
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    Imagine, Clegg, Deputy PM is promoted to PM … that will learn you. 😆

    Clegg for PM! Clegg for PM! Clegg for PM! 😆

    patriotpro
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    Farage finishes his sentences off at least as opposed to sliding off before reaching the end like smeg does cos he doesn’t have the answer. But it takes one to know one rusty yer plank.

    dannyh
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    An irrelevance vs a laughing stock (you can decide who is which).

    Not exactly Hagler v Hearns is it?

    Premier Icon Rusty Spanner
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    patriotpro – Member

    Farage finishes his sentences off at least as opposed to sliding off before reaching the end like smeg does cos he doesn’t have the answer.

    I know.
    But he’s still a small minded bigot.

    But it takes one to know one rusty yer plank.

    One what?

    patriotpro
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    Nig’ just had the whole room clapping I believe.

    Junkyard
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    I was deeply moved by his concerns for the working classes….I am so glad he has my back.

    If Clegg thinks you have to be in the EU to grow the economy / trade, he needs to take a sabbatical and spend some time in the likes of Singapore

    Business back it see the CBI and just this week

    A survey by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) found 92pc of automotive companies believed that staying in the EU would be best for their business, with nearly 70pc concerned that a withdrawal would damage their company in the medium to long term.
    I think he means small minded bigot Rusty there ans he suggests you must be one as well. However it is clearly not the case that the playground taunt is actually true. For example I can recognise a woman and I am not one.

    Jim bob
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    Is it a case of Clegg ignoring who is asking each question or does he just need glasses?

    EU wrong to belueve in climate change being real

    chewkw
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    Clegg keeps spinning but very poor at it … he is no Blair. 😆

    Clegg for PM! Clegg for PM! Clegg for PM! 😆

    Farage to tackle climate change thru’ fracking. Dear god!!!

    pondo
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    If Farage walked in front of a bus tomorrow, the world would be a better place. Got no great love for Cleggo or the Lib Dems but at least he’s not a steaming great eedjit.

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    Junkyard – lazarus

    I think he means small minded bigot Rusty there ans he suggests you must be one as well. However it is clearly not the case that the playground taunt is actually true. For example I can recognise a woman and I am not one.

    I was going to reply with ‘My dad’s bigger than your dad’.
    But my dad’s currently in very small hole at the side of the pitch at Bramall Lane, so I might be on a loser there. 😀

    rkk01
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    I’m hearing a very dangerous man…

    chewkw
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    For a second I am very tempted to vote Clegg in the next election to keep up some sort of BBC entertainment, but then I will be the only laughing if he is the next PM. I am afraid the rest of the population would condemn me to my zombie maggot existence. 😆

    grantway
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    Think Clegg lost again and not defended Farage calling him a liar.

    i thought after last week Clegg would be stronger but obviously no help from his mates
    Very interesting but all be on the day at the ballot box.

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    chewkw – Member

    For a second I am very tempted to vote Clegg in the next election

    How could you vote for a man who dyes his hair?

    If he’s dishonest about that, how can you expect him to be honest about anything?

    chewkw
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    Rusty Spanner – Member

    If he’s dishonest about that, how can you expect him to be honest about anything?

    Crikey. I do not know politician(s) can be honest. 😯

    Me the zombie maggot.

    foaley
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    Clegg coming across as classic Eton mess. Farage at least has some conviction whether you agree or not. Never thought I would warm to an ex Tory boy.

    Premier Icon Rusty Spanner
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    S’a damn good point 😀

    foaley – Member

    Farage at least has some conviction whether you agree or not.

    Why is that a good thing?

    foaley
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    Clegg coming across as classic Eton mess. Farage at least has some conviction whether you agree or not. Never thought I would warm to an ex Tory boy.

    I gave up after 30m. As predictable as watching Barca play football but without the quality or the enjoyment.

    Ok not as embarrassing as Sturgeon v Lamont but not that far off.

    Clegg looks like the lost man of UK politics and Farage “wins” by shouting easily digestible rubbish louder. There’s a wee man who would be very proud.

    chewkw
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    teamhurtmore – Member

    I gave up after 30m.

    I guess I should have done so but Poirot was not on yet.

    Clegg looks like the lost man of UK politics and Farage “wins” by shouting easily digestible rubbish louder.

    I did not hear any shouting at all? Is that how you describe as shouting? All I noticed was Clegg’s constant interruption when Farage was talking. Clegg has no manner.

    Ok shouting is an exaggeration. Talking quite loudly and quite quickly and with some vigour.

    chewkw
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    teamhurtmore – Member

    Ok shouting is an exaggeration. Talking quite loudly and quite quickly and with some vigour.

    hhmmm … ok. I thought that is the normal tone of politician(s) all over when they are speaking to audience. 😯

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    I really can’t understand why Clegg would agree to this. All Farage does is come up with and constantly repeat negative sound bites on a narrow subject, that is basically his life. It is like challenging the Jehovah witnesses on your doorstep, they have trained and prepared for all the possible arguments while you have been doing as thousand other things.

    hhmmm … ok. I thought that is the normal tone of politician(s) all over when they are speaking to audience.

    I find most modern politicians have adopted a slow ponderous unnatural cadence of speech, trying to pretend they are considering their position in real time, rather than just rolling out all the preprepared party line statements.

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    I really can’t understand why Clegg would agree to this.

    He can’t help it.
    He’s a narcissist with a borderline personality disorder and delusions of adequacy.

    Premier Icon easygirl
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    I like farage, talks some sense

    Premier Icon Rusty Spanner
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    Wrong thread, soz.

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    Im glad I didn’t watch it clegg getting shouty combined with farages little englander mentality and arguments only the terminally stupid could actually believe would’ve had me throwing things at the tv

    I really can’t understand why Clegg would agree to this.

    It’s the other way round – it was Clegg’s idea and Farage agreed to do it.

    Clegg has to do something – there’s local/EU elections coming up and the LibDems are going to get hammered. I guess he has fond memories of Cleggmania after the TV debates which preceded the last general election. Although it did little to boost support for the LibDems and they polled about the same as they had in the previous general election when they were led by Charles Kennedy. And this was despite a fall in support for Labour after 13 years in power and little confidence by the electorate in the Tories. The geezer is a natural born loser.

    I didn’t bother watching it……they represent two people which I have no time for.

    chewkw
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    MSP – Member

    I find most modern politicians have adopted a slow ponderous unnatural cadence of speech, trying to pretend they are considering their position in real time, rather than just rolling out all the preprepared party line statements.

    I wounder how often are the PR “gurus” involved whenever they talk in public.

    Rusty Spanner – Member

    He can’t help it.
    He’s a narcissist with a borderline personality disorder and delusions of adequacy.

    😆

    Premier Icon kelvin
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    Farage is a great performer, isn’t he?
    We could be in big trouble if he keeps this up.

    = :87(

    What would happen if we redefined countries as groups of people who share the same ideals, rather than groups of people who happened to be born in the same place?

    Farage can have all the little englanders to create their own backwards paradise with no foreign people, no equal rights for women or gay people, no cycling allowed, no NHS, double the size of the army, no ugly windfarms (to be replaced by coal), virtually no welfare system, no belief in man-made climate change (even Daily Mail and Telegraph now agree on that ) and all of the wealth in the hands of the top 0.0001%.

    i’d check all this by reading their policies, but they’ve deleted them off their website, replaced by a list of populist “issues”.

    I think i might emigrate to Europe.

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