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Had Josems letter through. Jobs. Health care. Off island travel. Ace.

I also think his 'scrutinising evey pound Government spends' / tax payers alliance stance risks the small minded book keeper approach of Kate and pre-supposes tax as a generally bad thing. It isnt and we should acknowledge that. Tax helps pay for a fair society.

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Ok as you clearly are actually a knob, let me answer in terms that your clearly inhibited intellect can process. Some illustrations of the kind of people who should stand for the Keys are: 1

His idiotic support for ending the free movement of people in europe will have cost him. And deservedly so. Fucking brexiteers can all fuck off.

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16 minutes ago, Derek Flint said:

The only problem with LVis it’s too liberal!

Agree, we need a Manx Donald Trump to stand in 2021. Slash and burn big government and build a wall to keep the Ramseyites out of fortress Douglas! 

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34 minutes ago, Derek Flint said:

The only problem with LVis it’s too liberal!

You think any party whose erstwhile founder, and leader, took advice from UKIP, about setting up and policy,  has any Liberal credentials?

Even to the extent of nominating a UKIP member to LegCo in 2008.

 

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18 minutes ago, John Wright said:

You think any party whose erstwhile founder, and leader, took advice from UKIP, about setting up and policy,  has any Liberal credentials?

Even to the extent of nominating a UKIP member to LegCo in 2008.

 

Didn’t know that. I take your point

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2 hours ago, ian rush said:

Had Josems letter through. Jobs. Health care. Off island travel. Ace.

I also think his 'scrutinising evey pound Government spends' / tax payers alliance stance risks the small minded book keeper approach of Kate and pre-supposes tax as a generally bad thing. It isnt and we should acknowledge that. Tax helps pay for a fair society.

Any chance you could photo it and put it up here?

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17 minutes ago, Donald Trumps said:

But he's still here . . . 

 

29 minutes ago, Declan said:

And, of course, their current leader and candidate ran the Vote Leave IOM page.

https://www.manxradio.com/news/isle-of-man-news/contrasting-views-on-impact-of-brexit1/

 

 

That error of judgment should disqualify him from being elected. Unfortunately it probably won’t.

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13 hours ago, James Hampton said:

 I don’t think parties are the solution either. Not because of the practical problems of gathering and holding a group together, but because a party simply replicates the problem we already have - where people are forced to accept unnecessary political compromises in order to hold power. There is no logic to that either. 

Nail - firmly hit on the head.

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2 hours ago, John Wright said:

 

That error of judgment should disqualify him from being elected. Unfortunately it probably won’t.

Maybe all the people who believe in Brexit should be hunted down and deported.

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4 hours ago, John Wright said:

You think any party whose erstwhile founder, and leader, took advice from UKIP, about setting up and policy,  has any Liberal credentials?

Even to the extent of nominating a UKIP member to LegCo in 2008.

 

Post of the day.

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7 hours ago, John Wright said:

You think any party whose erstwhile founder, and leader, took advice from UKIP, about setting up and policy,  has any Liberal credentials?

Even to the extent of nominating a UKIP member to LegCo in 2008.

I've often wondered why the 'Liberal' name was adopted. It surely can't have been purely because 'Labour' was already taken. 

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