Category: Random thoughts

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

Posted in Brexit, EU, Random thoughts, UK

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

Posted in Elections & Voting, Random thoughts, USA, USA Politics Tagged with: , , ,

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

Posted in Health, Leftards, Random thoughts, Taxes

Lefties, Immigration problems & diarrhea

I just took a peep at my Facebook timeline a few moments ago, and I saw this……… Brace yourself. Here it comes… Posted by Breitbart on Saturday, August 29, 2015 The reason immigration in both America & Europe is turning into a total disaster is because of people like him treating the problem in a way that’s akin to a man with a severe bout of Diarrhea trying to treat it with the kind of powerful laxatives used prior to a colonoscopy (instead of a more suitable treatment such as

Posted in Leftards, Random thoughts

Climate Realists vs Alarmists

Climate Realists, aka Sceptics, are like a man with an itchy testicle treating it as such – they’re treating a tiny problem as just a tiny problem. Climate Alarmists, aka Global Warmingists, are like a man with an itchy testicle reacting to it as though they’ve just had a limb cut off with a chainsaw – they’re over-reacting big time.

Posted in Environment, Random thoughts

A Labour party lead by Jeremy Corbyn would be like Kinky sex

So it’s suddenly popped into my head that a Labour party being lead by Jeremy Corbyn would probably be rather alot like sex involving handcuffs, gas masks + custard filled wellington boots……. different, but followed only by a few weirdo’s. Any bets yet on how many more seats Labour will lose in the next General Election with him in charge? Especially if people are a bit tetchy about some of his mates……. Tuesday Caption Contest Special: Jeremy Corbyn, Martin McGuinness and Gerry Adams Edition http://t.co/bkozd0lFKi pic.twitter.com/XzcrRgqbyA — Guido Fawkes (@GuidoFawkes) July 21, 2015 Jeremy Corbyn, friend to Hamas, Iran & extremists http://t.co/OSdTRp24OD. So in tune with so much of the

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Blocked by Galloway

It’s considered a sign of having made it among Conservatives on Twitter to have been blocked by George Galloway on Twitter, and today I noticed I’ve finally “made it”. @ConservativeCCh Can't think why the loud mouthed, small minded wanker would do such as thing…….. https://t.co/j6kJ6PjBui — ConservativeChitChat (@ConservativeCCh) May 10, 2015 To celebrate, I decided to try make a few George Galloway jokes, seeing as he can’t see ’em….. What did the man with the 1-inch cock have for breakfast? I dunno 'cos @georgegalloway blocked me, so can't see if he tweeted what he had — ConservativeChitChat (@ConservativeCCh) May 10, 2015 How many George Galloway's does it take to change

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Hereditary Labour Voters & Sheep Shagging

With the 2015 General Election getting ever closer, you’ll no doubt start hearing stories about zombiefied sheeple voting Labour for no other reason than it being because their Grandad + other previous generations of relatives did so before them out of blind faith too. While doing something in the kitchen a few moments ago, I managed to crack myself up after a train of thought on a parr with a Billy Connolly stand-up routine on this subject popped into my head, and it was so damn funny (well I thought so anyway), I just had to write it down in this blog and share it. If people are voting Labour

Posted in Leftards, Random thoughts, UK

Would we be further ahead in the polls if we hadn’t laid back and thought of England when lefties attacked?

You may have noticed from the polls that even though Labour has some of the least liked politicians in the UK, such as Ed Balls, Mad Hattie Harperson + Liam “there’s no money left” Byrne, that the gap between them & us Conservative types in the polls is more like one of those touring car races where the drivers are knocking each other’s door mirrors off…. rather than being the polling equivalent of one of those old wet F1 races where Ayrton Senna would lap the entire field. I place the blame on the early days of the coalition, where lefties on social media groups such as this and this

Posted in Leftards, Random thoughts, UK

Would Politics & Politicians be liked better with these PR lessons from Formula1?

Even before the last general election in 2010, people were getting a bit sick of political spin, and you may have noticed quite alot of the bloody awful mess left by Labour was caused by their rather unfortunate habit of sugarcoating the truth about everything out of fear of making themselves look bad. One particular phrase that springs to mind is that old classic “lessons will learned” used practically everytime someone in government screws up, which has been used to such an extent that whenever those words are now uttered, voters faces develop an expression similar to Grumpy Cat, and mutter a Ben Elton-esque “will they bollocks” as they roll

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