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A few reasons why Hillary lost…..

For starters, lots of people hate former British prime minister Tony Blair…. the Clintons used to be very good friends with the Blair’s, and taught him & his party everything they knew about how to lie & spin doctor their way to power at all costs….. The Clinton’s are basically the King & Queen of that style of politics that’s been going on since the early 90’s, inspired the sitcom “Spin City“… claim all the expenses & extra income they can get their hands on, spin doctor everything with glossy PR Bullcrap to stay in power even if it means casually ignoring public services falling to bits, and smear opponents

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Planning for Brexit

Yes, well I’ve just (when I first drafted this blog post in March) seen this excellent piece of forward planning *sarcasm*…… Government Refuses to Plan for #Brexit Despite Poll Lead https://t.co/5pzynhpOlN via @BreitbartNews — ConservativeChitChat (@ConservativeCCh) March 1, 2016 So, let’s try come up with some plans ourselves, shall we? The first thing, based on a Tweet from Daniel Hannan I remember seeing a few months back saying we could knock around 60% off Council Tax. Based on this, I’m thinking maybe phase the cut in by reducing it by around 2 – 5% a year while using the excess to play catch-up on the crapload of Infrastructure repairs &

ConservativeChitChat’s Opinion on Politicians who say Britain can’t thrive outside the EU

Whenever you hear a politician on the TV, Radio or Social Media say that Britain can’t thrive outside the EU… is it just me, or do you also think when they say that, they are basically saying they’re a useless cunt who feels they’re totally incapable of running the United Kingdom without having someone else there to hold their hand, and therefore running for Parliament probably wasn’t the most suitable career choice they could’ve made? ConservativeChitChat’s Opinion on Politicians who say #Britain can’t thrive outside the #EU https://t.co/epTUT3BA1a pic.twitter.com/TOKyHMBtSF — ConservativeChitChat (@ConservativeCCh) April 16, 2016

America & the Emperor’s New Clothes

As the election process for the next President is underway, and leftards are getting their knickers in a twist every time Donald Trump’s lips move, I’ve had this thought pop into my head to describe the situation….. America has quite a few problems, and seems to be going through a phase similar to the part in the story about The Emperor’s New Clothes, where the emperor is walking around his kingdom stark bollock naked, and everyone is too polite to mention it to him because they don’t want to drop themselves in the shit. Donald Trump is kinda like the kid in the story who makes everyone nearly faint by

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Quickfire list of benefits to Britain Leaving the EU…

Copied from a slightly too late reponse to a Yahoo Answers Question…. The Parliament in Westminster would regain the sovereignty that Gordon Brown signed away via the backdoor, so our elected politicians would get more work to stick their teeth into (instead of mostly rubber-stamping crap foisted on them from Brussels). Council Taxes would fall by around 60% according to Daniel Hannan MEP, as we’d no longer have to fork out £10-14billion a year subscribing to EU membership…… basically every year we’re forking out a sum equivalent to what it cost to build the Channel Tunnel to be part of the EU. Food prices would drop by 17%, as the

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Pain in the arse travel tax on Argentina & Spain

Earlier on I noticed in the news that the Argies + the Spanish were at it again giving us s**t over the Falklands & Gibraltar with their total bollocks claims again. FALKLANDS ROW: Fury as United Nations bureaucrats rule islands ‘lie in Argentine waters’ https://t.co/sWzSyvBkAI — ConservativeChitChat (@ConservativeCCh) March 29, 2016 Spain threatens to drive #Gibraltar to COLLAPSE with border shutdown threat https://t.co/cHMWGeGmLh — ConservativeChitChat (@ConservativeCCh) March 29, 2016 This has since given me the idea that we should consider whacking an extra 25% Travel tax on journeys to Spain & Argentina in order to cover the costs of guarding our territories.

Gove’s statement on why he supports Brexit

Statement from Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Justice, on the EU Referendum Immediate release, 20 February 2016 For weeks now I have been wrestling with the most difficult decision of my political life. But taking difficult decisions is what politicians are paid to do. No-one is forced to stand for Parliament, no-one is compelled to become a minister. If you take on those roles, which are great privileges, you also take on big responsibilities. I was encouraged to stand for Parliament by David Cameron and he has given me the opportunity to serve in what I believe is a great, reforming Government. I think he is an outstanding

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Some of the stuff that ConservativeChitChat Supports (UK Edition)

1) Brexit… Leaving the EU holds the key to being able to do alot of the stuff that many of the stuff I support likely depends on, like keeping proper tabs on immigration. 2) Flat Taxes… they’ve been yapping for too long about simplifying them, how about actually doing it? Introducing Flat Taxes would zap many loopholes, and encourage those with fat wallets to just cough-up what they owe, instead of paying accountants to find ways to wriggle out of paying more than they have to. 3) A £155 per week Minimum Citizens income…. originally touted by the Greens, and branded a bloody stupid idea because it would cost around

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Shove your sugar taxes where the sun doesn’t shine

All they would do is take money from poor people (making them poorer), straight into the government’s bank account without doing anything to tackle the actual problem (such as encouraging people to take a break from sitting on their arse watching crap reality shows, or playing call of duty, and getting some damn exercise). Items that would be affected are already expensive enough for what they are, without some jumped-up food-nazi TV Chef’s nanny-state taxes being whacked on top of them. Most 45g Chocolate bars cost around 60p now (were around 45p when I was a kid)…. 330ml cans of soft drink are around 59p to 70p now (up from

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