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[R] Flaming in UK pol thread.

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[R] Flaming in UK pol thread.

Postby Hirota » Tue Oct 22, 2019 12:40 am

Calling another poster a liar is not kosher.

An Alan Smithee Nation wrote:
Greed and Death wrote:Boris has the votes it is only a matter of time until the deal happens.


Johnson tells lies. You have a lot in common.
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Postby An Alan Smithee Nation » Wed Oct 23, 2019 12:46 am

Hirota wrote:
An Alan Smithee Nation wrote:
Johnson tells lies. You have a lot in common.
A gas is vapourous and insubstantial and largely empty of anything interesting, your arguments sure have a lot in common. All you have is a poorly delivered dribble of venom.

And greed is probably right. Plenty of MP's who voted for Letwins ammendment have come out and said they will support the deal once the framework is in place. The maths were in favour before the weekend, and there isn't evidence they've shifted since.

If the framework can stand the various ammendments that are certainly going to come it's way is another matter. We'll probably see attempts to have a referendum tacked on, probably some form of delay to bring about a review.


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Postby Hirota » Wed Oct 23, 2019 8:05 am

An Alan Smithee Nation wrote:
Hirota wrote:A gas is vapourous and insubstantial and largely empty of anything interesting, your arguments sure have a lot in common. All you have is a poorly delivered dribble of venom.

And greed is probably right. Plenty of MP's who voted for Letwins ammendment have come out and said they will support the deal once the framework is in place. The maths were in favour before the weekend, and there isn't evidence they've shifted since.

If the framework can stand the various ammendments that are certainly going to come it's way is another matter. We'll probably see attempts to have a referendum tacked on, probably some form of delay to bring about a review.


Is the bolded also flaming?
It's called attacking the argument old bean. Pointing out your post was vapid and nothing more than venom isn't against the rules.
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Postby Neutraligon » Wed Oct 23, 2019 9:08 am

An Alan Smithee Nation wrote:
Hirota wrote:A gas is vapourous and insubstantial and largely empty of anything interesting, your arguments sure have a lot in common. All you have is a poorly delivered dribble of venom.

And greed is probably right. Plenty of MP's who voted for Letwins ammendment have come out and said they will support the deal once the framework is in place. The maths were in favour before the weekend, and there isn't evidence they've shifted since.

If the framework can stand the various ammendments that are certainly going to come it's way is another matter. We'll probably see attempts to have a referendum tacked on, probably some form of delay to bring about a review.


Is the bolded also flaming?

No, it is attacking the post, not the poster. That said, Hirota watch to make sure you do not go over the line.
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