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    Dot Don screws UK's May

    So he gives an "exclusive" interview to Murdoch's UK flagship, The Sun newspaper and here's the front page:



    Given May's precarious position politically right now, several British political commentators have tweeted that this will probably guarantee that Labor, under their far left leader will be a shoo-in, and he is violently anti-Trump.

    The great thinker strikes again.
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    Regarding the thread title, does Stormy know about this?
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    May has one way to come back from this. Wait till they share a platform and the next presser, then turn to him and say "Shut the fuck up, you ignorant misbegotten orange arsehole!" (C word optional) She'd be golden with most of the population for a week at least!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangermouse View Post
    May has one way to come back from this. Wait till they share a platform and the next presser, then turn to him and say "Shut the fuck up, you ignorant misbegotten orange arsehole. (C word optional) She'd be golden with most of the population for a week at least!
    She's only got about a week and a half left anyway...
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    "May" as well go out in a blaze of glory.
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    It's a matter of note that American conservatives were distraught when President Obama sided with UK government opinion on the Brexit referendum, complaining bitterly that agreement with government policy was interfering in the internal affairs of a sovereign nation and ally.
    I wonder if they feel similarly about President Trump's blundering into the fray CONTRADICTING the present government stance on Brexit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangermouse View Post
    It's a matter of note that American conservatives were distraught when President Obama sided with UK government opinion on the Brexit referendum, complaing that agreement with government policy was interfering in the internal affairs of a sovereign mation.
    I wonder if they feel similarly about President Trump's blundering into the fray CONTRADICTING the present government stance on Brexit?
    Don't you know that D. Trump knows more about Brexit than anyone?
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    No more scotch in the US, and no more haggis. Doomsday !

    The fuehrer has decided, Bourbon it is !
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobfitcher View Post
    Don't you know that D. Trump knows more about Brexit than anyone?
    Trump must be very appreciative of England at least, for their "hard" soccer Brexit they pulled yesterday
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoVsMatrix View Post
    No more scotch in the US, and no more haggis. Doomsday !

    The fuehrer has decided, Bourbon it is !
    I was quite surprised to read an article in the BBC website reporting on how bourbon had developed quite a following in the UK and that it was one of the products hit with retaliatory tariffs by the UK. Pubs were concerned it might affect business.

    When I lived there, admittedly more years ago than I would like to admit, it was unknown.
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