Horrified Onlooker

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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from TheBlueCat in European Election: How will you vote?   
    With regret, tomorrow I will vote BP. I share many of the reservations that have been posted here about it being a Faragist vehicle and it doesn’t address the fundamental issues of the day. However, tomorrow is too important an opportunity to send a signal to TPTB. Unfortunately UKIP are polling too poorly in my constituency for it to be anything other than a protest vote. Voting BP has the opportunity to deny Them seats.
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    Horrified Onlooker reacted to Kurt Barlow in European Election: How will you vote?   
    The system is PR based
    More like 40 - BP& UKIP
    33 - Remain parties
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from gibbon in European Election: How will you vote?   
    Liblancon are uniquely vulnerable atm. Splitting the Brexit vote only opens an opportunity for them to achieve something that they can spin as an endorsement of the current shambles. UKIP aren’t polling well enough to deny them seats, whereas unfortunately, BP are well positioned to act as a protest vote. 
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from gibbon in European Election: How will you vote?   
    How long did he lead UKIP? And what legacy did he leave? He left a party of political pygmies that imploded until Gerard Batten took the role. Less than 3 years after UKIP’s finest hour, they should not be in the shape they are in, and Nigel has some culpability for this. BP will also be a house built on sand, I suspect.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from gibbon in European Election: How will you vote?   
    With regret, tomorrow I will vote BP. I share many of the reservations that have been posted here about it being a Faragist vehicle and it doesn’t address the fundamental issues of the day. However, tomorrow is too important an opportunity to send a signal to TPTB. Unfortunately UKIP are polling too poorly in my constituency for it to be anything other than a protest vote. Voting BP has the opportunity to deny Them seats.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from Frank Hovis in I’m depressed   
    She really is a nasty piece of work. I’m close enough to Birmingham to hopefully canvass against her in the next GE.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from Bedrag Justesen in I’m depressed   
    She really is a nasty piece of work. I’m close enough to Birmingham to hopefully canvass against her in the next GE.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from gilf in European Election: How will you vote?   
    With regret, tomorrow I will vote BP. I share many of the reservations that have been posted here about it being a Faragist vehicle and it doesn’t address the fundamental issues of the day. However, tomorrow is too important an opportunity to send a signal to TPTB. Unfortunately UKIP are polling too poorly in my constituency for it to be anything other than a protest vote. Voting BP has the opportunity to deny Them seats.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from OurDayWillCome in European Election: How will you vote?   
    Strip down to your shorts and go for a roll in the nettles...
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from JFK in Best thing you ever did   
    I repped because I ‘enjoy’ the blessing that is a teenage daughter, and not because I agree that your daughter takes after @JackieO

    Hope that helps...
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from OurDayWillCome in European Election: How will you vote?   
    Liblancon are uniquely vulnerable atm. Splitting the Brexit vote only opens an opportunity for them to achieve something that they can spin as an endorsement of the current shambles. UKIP aren’t polling well enough to deny them seats, whereas unfortunately, BP are well positioned to act as a protest vote. 
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from OurDayWillCome in European Election: How will you vote?   
    How long did he lead UKIP? And what legacy did he leave? He left a party of political pygmies that imploded until Gerard Batten took the role. Less than 3 years after UKIP’s finest hour, they should not be in the shape they are in, and Nigel has some culpability for this. BP will also be a house built on sand, I suspect.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from Inoperational Bumblebee in European Election: How will you vote?   
    Which may not outlast this parliament, thanks to him standing down without a sustainable structure behind him.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from gibbon in European Election: How will you vote?   
    Strip down to your shorts and go for a roll in the nettles...
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from null; in European Election: How will you vote?   
    With regret, tomorrow I will vote BP. I share many of the reservations that have been posted here about it being a Faragist vehicle and it doesn’t address the fundamental issues of the day. However, tomorrow is too important an opportunity to send a signal to TPTB. Unfortunately UKIP are polling too poorly in my constituency for it to be anything other than a protest vote. Voting BP has the opportunity to deny Them seats.
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    Horrified Onlooker reacted to JFK in Best thing you ever did   
    She's a gobby pre-teen who gives attitude every day so I'll take a raincheck on that for now and return to that one ...
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from Great Guy in European Election: How will you vote?   
    Which may not outlast this parliament, thanks to him standing down without a sustainable structure behind him.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from Bus Stop Boxer in European Election: How will you vote?   
    With regret, tomorrow I will vote BP. I share many of the reservations that have been posted here about it being a Faragist vehicle and it doesn’t address the fundamental issues of the day. However, tomorrow is too important an opportunity to send a signal to TPTB. Unfortunately UKIP are polling too poorly in my constituency for it to be anything other than a protest vote. Voting BP has the opportunity to deny Them seats.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from Great Guy in European Election: How will you vote?   
    Liblancon are uniquely vulnerable atm. Splitting the Brexit vote only opens an opportunity for them to achieve something that they can spin as an endorsement of the current shambles. UKIP aren’t polling well enough to deny them seats, whereas unfortunately, BP are well positioned to act as a protest vote. 
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from Great Guy in European Election: How will you vote?   
    How long did he lead UKIP? And what legacy did he leave? He left a party of political pygmies that imploded until Gerard Batten took the role. Less than 3 years after UKIP’s finest hour, they should not be in the shape they are in, and Nigel has some culpability for this. BP will also be a house built on sand, I suspect.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from Great Guy in European Election: How will you vote?   
    With regret, tomorrow I will vote BP. I share many of the reservations that have been posted here about it being a Faragist vehicle and it doesn’t address the fundamental issues of the day. However, tomorrow is too important an opportunity to send a signal to TPTB. Unfortunately UKIP are polling too poorly in my constituency for it to be anything other than a protest vote. Voting BP has the opportunity to deny Them seats.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from Fully Detached in European Election: How will you vote?   
    How long did he lead UKIP? And what legacy did he leave? He left a party of political pygmies that imploded until Gerard Batten took the role. Less than 3 years after UKIP’s finest hour, they should not be in the shape they are in, and Nigel has some culpability for this. BP will also be a house built on sand, I suspect.
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    Horrified Onlooker got a reaction from the gardener in European Election: How will you vote?   
    With regret, tomorrow I will vote BP. I share many of the reservations that have been posted here about it being a Faragist vehicle and it doesn’t address the fundamental issues of the day. However, tomorrow is too important an opportunity to send a signal to TPTB. Unfortunately UKIP are polling too poorly in my constituency for it to be anything other than a protest vote. Voting BP has the opportunity to deny Them seats.
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    Horrified Onlooker reacted to One percent in Tommy Robinson thread   
    https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/263546
    A group of British Orthodox Jews including members of the Sefardic and hassidic communities has mobilized in a mass outreach campaign to support independent UK Parliament candidate Tommy Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon.
    Thousands of flyers were distributed throughout Manchester today calling on "our fellow Orthodox Jews" to vote for Robinson in the May 23 elections, calling Robinson "a staunch friend of our people".
    Please open your hearts and consider giving your vote to Tommy Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon in Thursday’s European elections," the flyer read. "Tommy is an independent, fearless fighter for a sane, decent, honest, traditional-values society, and justice for victims of terrible crimes, callously ignored through 'political correctness'."
     
    wow.  Stick that in your anti Semitic pipe and smoke it legacy media.