Posts tagged ‘election’

November 8, 2019

It’s Common Sense

by duncanr

voters in the UK go to the polls in a few weeks to elect a new government

the Labour Party produced this ad for a previous election but the message is just as relevant now as it was then

June 14, 2019

Conservatives: The 3C Party

by duncanr

admissions/allegations have emerged of past drug taking by some candidates seeking to become the new leader of the Conservative party in the UK . . .


November 8, 2018

Trump is doomed

by allthoughtswork

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American women finally got the right to vote in 1920.

In 2020, a massive 100th anniversary celebration of this 19th amendment to the Constitution of the United States will occur a few months before the next presidential election.

He’s doomed.

November 8, 2018

Republicans bitch-slapped as women walk through Congress’s front door

by allthoughtswork

It’s like comedy gold, you can’t write this stuff.

November 7, 2018

We took back the House!

by allthoughtswork


Get those tax returns ready, Tiny Hands.

In other news, my local Governor Kate Brown held her ground against some upstart Republitard. The Unsinkable Katie Brown!

November 5, 2018


by allthoughtswork

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August 9, 2018

Trump’s idea of a “red wave”

by allthoughtswork

bear hump

He tried to start a slogan, Twitter set him straight.

Personally, I can’t decide if Tyrannosaurus Rump’s baffling ignorance about the historical meaning of “red wave” is hilarious or terrifying considering he’s been cupping Putin’s ass for two years now. (shudder)

June 10, 2017

The Results Are In

by duncanr


June 8, 2017

It’s Election Day in UK

by duncanr

voters in the UK (well those that can be arsed) will be deciding today which two-faced, lying buggers to support in the snap general election called by the conservative leader Theresa May

my polling station is a mere 100 yards from my house so I nipped down just after 7am this morning to cast my vote

it will likely be the early hours of tomorrow before we have an inkling of which party is on track to be the next government – till then, I will probably be experiencing many of the states depicted here –

June 2, 2017

May Says . . .

by duncanr

Strong and Stable’

but policy U-Turns look more like ‘wobbly’ than ‘stable’

and refusing to answer local reporter’s questions; refusing to appear on televised debate with other party leaders; and refusing to appear on radio 4’s Women’s Hour programme (unlike other party leaders) does not exactly convey the impression of strength but rather of weakness or cowardliness . . .

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