Do you support Farage?

As above

  • Yes

    Votes: 20 27.8%
  • No

    Votes: 44 61.1%
  • Useful fool

    Votes: 8 11.1%

  • Total voters
    72

IronGiant

Moderator
Yes, no, or useful fool.
 

IronGiant

Moderator
Polls aren't working at the moment :facepalm:
 

EarthRod

Distinguished Member
He comes across well with his speech and rhetoric, very clear. However I don't trust his lightweight style, his collection of start-up political parties and his inability to make it as an MP.

So do I support him?

...Reserved until he has a say in parliament and how he conducts himself in the House.
 

raduv1

Distinguished Member
Uselul fool for me , used him a couple of times and I hope there is no need for him again , remainers seem to want keep him revelent and give TBP a stronger foothold though ;).
 

kav

Distinguished Member
No, he's the thin end of the wedge.
 

psikey

Well-known Member
I vote useful "Tool" for now as keeps Tories motivated. If it comes to a GE in my area then they are only real choice against Labour for me irrespective of Brexit. I can't risk Corbyn.
 
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IronGiant

Moderator
Interpret it how you want to :thumbsup:
 

SteakAndCake

Suspended
Uselul fool for me , used him a couple of times and I hope there is no need for him again , remainers seem to want keep him revelent and give TBP a stronger foothold though ;).
If you voted for him, it's not the people who didn't that keep him relevant. That's some mental gymnastics right there. Own your foolish choice, don't blame others.
 

raduv1

Distinguished Member
If you voted for him, it's not the people who didn't that keep him relevant. That's some mental gymnastics right there. Own your foolish choice, don't blame others.
Remain and he and TBP continues to stay revelent .

Leave and they do not .

Simples.
 

Pacifico

Distinguished Member
If the rumor is correct that he is going to be the UK's candidate for the EU Commission if we dont leave then I would support that. :smashin:
 

Hampy1972

Well-known Member
If the rumor is correct that he is going to be the UK's candidate for the EU Commission if we dont leave then I would support that. :smashin:
He confirmed it yesterday on the LBC Sunday morning slot, that it is offered to him, either he says YES or NO is another matter.
 

krish

Distinguished Member
But he's a lying bullsh*tter who might have started the rumour himself - as he'd love that commi$$ion€r role, doing fudge all again for even more money. Reminds me of when he was hustling for ambo to his boyfriend.
 
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richp007

Distinguished Member
But remember it's all fine because it's in the name of Brexit. Or shafting the EU.

So I guess that does make popping an X in the box in the name of Jezza shafting the Tories as equally acceptable.

(Not that I'm planning on it, but I'm sure many will be)
 

Hampy1972

Well-known Member
Here is my question.

UKIP were finished once the ref result was done with the leave vote.
Once we have left the EU (IF?), does that mean curtains for the Brexit Party also?

They are strong in the EU, esp in the numbers of the MEP's they have.
 

Pacifico

Distinguished Member
Here is my question.

UKIP were finished once the ref result was done with the leave vote.
Once we have left the EU (IF?), does that mean curtains for the Brexit Party also?
Dont see why not - once brexit is finished they are not offering anything any other party is not already offering.
 

Sonic67

Distinguished Member
Here is my question.

UKIP were finished once the ref result was done with the leave vote.
Once we have left the EU (IF?), does that mean curtains for the Brexit Party also?

They are strong in the EU, esp in the numbers of the MEP's they have.
Have we left?

Is it Brino?

Let's do it and see.
 

Hampy1972

Well-known Member
Have we left?

Is it Brino?

Let's do it and see.
Will we ever leave? made to vote again? MP's holding up the democratic process... it's never ending.
Should have left ages ago....but some powerful entities have different ideas.
 

Hampy1972

Well-known Member
Dont see why not - once brexit is finished they are not offering anything any other party is not already offering.
That is the trouble with a one agenda party, once the aim is reached.. there is nothing else.
 

raduv1

Distinguished Member
As silly as saying we should kill every dog to get rid of dog s***.
None the less he remains revelent due to we have not left , now one can not push this into the leavers camp as it's not leaving that caused him to rise like a Pheonex from the ashes of Brexit once again . Sorry but remainers not accepting the reforendum result and pushing against it created yet another opportunity for Farage and his ilk.

Live with it .
 

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