Maria Hutchings, Conservative candidate for Eastleigh 'has faith in Hampshire schools'

Tory candidate 'has faith in Hampshire schools'

Maria Hutchings and Theresa May

Maria Hutchings and Theresa May

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Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system.

Mrs Hutchings praised the county's schools after coming under fire for claiming that state education would not help her son become a heart surgeon.

As reported in today's Daily Echo, National Health Action Party candidate, Dr Iain MacLennan, labelled Mrs Hutchings' remarks as “disgraceful”.

But the Tory candidate explained her comments today, as she continued her by-election campaign by canvassing voters in Hedge End.

Speaking to the Daily Echo after visiting residents in Pudbrooke Gardens, Mrs Hutchings said: “I've got four children. I went to state school, my husband went to state school, my eldest daughter went to state school and my next child went to state school.

“My daughter is on the list for Wildern or Wyvern in September, so I have full confidence in the education here in Hampshire.

“My son is gifted - I needed to find the right place for him.

“When I was talking to the original journalist I was referring to when he was five years old. I couldn't find the right provision for where I was living at that time, not Eastleigh.

“I was telling the journalist that when my son was 12 years old, he had a careers talk and they had a cardio-respiratory surgeon come down and he said he wanted to be a cardio-respiratory surgeon. And it was nothing linked to state schools.

“This is something that's been mish-mashed together by somebody else.

“The fact that I've my youngest daughter on the list for Wildern or Wyvern in September surely tells you what I think of local education here.”

Home Secretary Theresa May, who was on the campaign trail with Mrs Hutchings in Hedge End this morning, said: “Parents will always have to make decisions about what is right for their children.

“What we want to see across the whole of the state sector is ensuring that they are providing education that is right for every child and education that is rigorous.”

Mrs May also hit back at critics from opposition parties who claimed that Mrs Hutchings has not lived in the constituency for as long as she has suggested during her campaign.

She added: “Maria has been absolutely clear about how long she has lived here. I've just been standing on a doorstep with her and she said to somebody I've been here for five years.

“But what she has done over those five years is she has really fought for local people, she has campaigned with them on issues, she has worked with local charities, she has worked with local voluntary groups.

“She has shown that she is somebody who as a member of parliament would really care about Eastleigh, take on the issues of people here, and I think, be the best voice for Eastleigh.”

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2:27pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Lone Ranger. says...

Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system.
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Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore
Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system. . Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore Lone Ranger.
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2:29pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Inform Al says...

A long winded excuse by a Tory paper for their candidate being too honest for the electorate, you don't get the education to be a heart surgeon at school, that comes later at uni so the excuse really misses the point. Funny thing is I would also want the best for my children and if I could have afforded to send them to Eton I would have, especially since I have seen the wonders they can perform for their obviously academically challenged pupils. The PIP (pair in power) are testament to this.
A long winded excuse by a Tory paper for their candidate being too honest for the electorate, you don't get the education to be a heart surgeon at school, that comes later at uni so the excuse really misses the point. Funny thing is I would also want the best for my children and if I could have afforded to send them to Eton I would have, especially since I have seen the wonders they can perform for their obviously academically challenged pupils. The PIP (pair in power) are testament to this. Inform Al
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2:35pm Mon 18 Feb 13

rightway says...

She will make a fantastic M.P.
For the U TURNS R US party.
She will make a fantastic M.P. For the U TURNS R US party. rightway
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3:07pm Mon 18 Feb 13

gaylard says...

my son went to state schools in southampton became a doctor also has three degrees in science most of his friend,s went onto univercity this was diamond road school bitterne park
my son went to state schools in southampton became a doctor also has three degrees in science most of his friend,s went onto univercity this was diamond road school bitterne park gaylard
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3:33pm Mon 18 Feb 13

sparkster says...

Exactly, I went to a state school too and i didnt fare badly, in fact i went on to become a secretary to a senior partner in a law firm in southampton, i went to college after school to learn shorthand and typing so i feel i did pretty well. I agree with inform Al you dont get the education at school to become a heart surgeon you go on to uni
Exactly, I went to a state school too and i didnt fare badly, in fact i went on to become a secretary to a senior partner in a law firm in southampton, i went to college after school to learn shorthand and typing so i feel i did pretty well. I agree with inform Al you dont get the education at school to become a heart surgeon you go on to uni sparkster
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3:56pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

Interesting to note that the technical term for the kind of surgeon her child wants to be is actually cardio-thoracic surgeon; there is no such thing as a cardio-respiratory surgeon. I don't think Ms Hutchings is fooling anyone with this pantomime and it's dangerous trying to tell the public that her child wants to be in a medical discipline which does not exist. Completely appalling and people should think hard before they vote for such a display of ignorance.
Interesting to note that the technical term for the kind of surgeon her child wants to be is actually cardio-thoracic surgeon; there is no such thing as a cardio-respiratory surgeon. I don't think Ms Hutchings is fooling anyone with this pantomime and it's dangerous trying to tell the public that her child wants to be in a medical discipline which does not exist. Completely appalling and people should think hard before they vote for such a display of ignorance. Donald2000
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4:00pm Mon 18 Feb 13

jackryan05 says...

You can argue all day and night, who ever wins this election you can be sure of one thing. Nothing will change, a politician is just like a banana, they go in green, turn yellow and end up bent.

Just think about it before you vote, these people believe there own B.S., do you really want that to represent you, you only have to look at the out going M.P. for proof of that, trust me if voting actually changed anything, those in power would abolish it.
You can argue all day and night, who ever wins this election you can be sure of one thing. Nothing will change, a politician is just like a banana, they go in green, turn yellow and end up bent. Just think about it before you vote, these people believe there own B.S., do you really want that to represent you, you only have to look at the out going M.P. for proof of that, trust me if voting actually changed anything, those in power would abolish it. jackryan05
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4:05pm Mon 18 Feb 13

jonnyx says...

i think what she really said was "david cameron has told me to get this mess sorted out so i'm going to say i have faith in hampshire schools, will this do?"
i think what she really said was "david cameron has told me to get this mess sorted out so i'm going to say i have faith in hampshire schools, will this do?" jonnyx
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4:07pm Mon 18 Feb 13

jonnyx says...

“My daughter is on the list for Wildern or Wyvern in September, so I have full confidence in the education here in Hampshire.

“My son is gifted - I needed to find the right place for him.

i bet that gives her daughter a nice, warm feeling.
“My daughter is on the list for Wildern or Wyvern in September, so I have full confidence in the education here in Hampshire. “My son is gifted - I needed to find the right place for him. i bet that gives her daughter a nice, warm feeling. jonnyx
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4:08pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

gaylard wrote:
my son went to state schools in southampton became a doctor also has three degrees in science most of his friend,s went onto univercity this was diamond road school bitterne park
I hope he did not inherit your spelling ability. By the way, it's called Dimond Road, Bitterne Park.
[quote][p][bold]gaylard[/bold] wrote: my son went to state schools in southampton became a doctor also has three degrees in science most of his friend,s went onto univercity this was diamond road school bitterne park[/p][/quote]I hope he did not inherit your spelling ability. By the way, it's called Dimond Road, Bitterne Park. Donald2000
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4:09pm Mon 18 Feb 13

CharlieOxbridge says...

So thats Tory and Labour candidates in U-turns. No sign of Diane James, the straight talking politician going back on her words I notice. VOTE UKIP and have done with these morons.
So thats Tory and Labour candidates in U-turns. No sign of Diane James, the straight talking politician going back on her words I notice. VOTE UKIP and have done with these morons. CharlieOxbridge
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4:11pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

Inform Al wrote:
A long winded excuse by a Tory paper for their candidate being too honest for the electorate, you don't get the education to be a heart surgeon at school, that comes later at uni so the excuse really misses the point. Funny thing is I would also want the best for my children and if I could have afforded to send them to Eton I would have, especially since I have seen the wonders they can perform for their obviously academically challenged pupils. The PIP (pair in power) are testament to this.
Al, I am surprised at you. You would have sent your kids to that school!? What we need to do is to build up the local schools before sending our kids to soup schools (rich and thick).
[quote][p][bold]Inform Al[/bold] wrote: A long winded excuse by a Tory paper for their candidate being too honest for the electorate, you don't get the education to be a heart surgeon at school, that comes later at uni so the excuse really misses the point. Funny thing is I would also want the best for my children and if I could have afforded to send them to Eton I would have, especially since I have seen the wonders they can perform for their obviously academically challenged pupils. The PIP (pair in power) are testament to this.[/p][/quote]Al, I am surprised at you. You would have sent your kids to that school!? What we need to do is to build up the local schools before sending our kids to soup schools (rich and thick). Donald2000
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4:12pm Mon 18 Feb 13

jonnyx says...

CharlieOxbridge wrote:
So thats Tory and Labour candidates in U-turns. No sign of Diane James, the straight talking politician going back on her words I notice. VOTE UKIP and have done with these morons.
a shame really as what diane james said was pretty disgusting, unproven and morally reprehensible. oh well.
[quote][p][bold]CharlieOxbridge[/bold] wrote: So thats Tory and Labour candidates in U-turns. No sign of Diane James, the straight talking politician going back on her words I notice. VOTE UKIP and have done with these morons.[/p][/quote]a shame really as what diane james said was pretty disgusting, unproven and morally reprehensible. oh well. jonnyx
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4:45pm Mon 18 Feb 13

George4th says...

I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation..........
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I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ... George4th
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4:47pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

George4th wrote:
I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation..........

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You need to take the tablets.
[quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...[/p][/quote]You need to take the tablets. Donald2000
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4:50pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Linesman says...

I wonder if she needed a surgeon to get her foot out of her mouth.
I wonder if she needed a surgeon to get her foot out of her mouth. Linesman
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4:55pm Mon 18 Feb 13

CharlieOxbridge says...

jonnyx wrote:
CharlieOxbridge wrote: So thats Tory and Labour candidates in U-turns. No sign of Diane James, the straight talking politician going back on her words I notice. VOTE UKIP and have done with these morons.
a shame really as what diane james said was pretty disgusting, unproven and morally reprehensible. oh well.
Romanians associated with crime - I think you will find that is statistically and factually correct.
[quote][p][bold]jonnyx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CharlieOxbridge[/bold] wrote: So thats Tory and Labour candidates in U-turns. No sign of Diane James, the straight talking politician going back on her words I notice. VOTE UKIP and have done with these morons.[/p][/quote]a shame really as what diane james said was pretty disgusting, unproven and morally reprehensible. oh well.[/p][/quote]Romanians associated with crime - I think you will find that is statistically and factually correct. CharlieOxbridge
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5:00pm Mon 18 Feb 13

freefinker says...

CharlieOxbridge wrote:
jonnyx wrote:
CharlieOxbridge wrote: So thats Tory and Labour candidates in U-turns. No sign of Diane James, the straight talking politician going back on her words I notice. VOTE UKIP and have done with these morons.
a shame really as what diane james said was pretty disgusting, unproven and morally reprehensible. oh well.
Romanians associated with crime - I think you will find that is statistically and factually correct.
.. yes, you are probably quite correct.
It would also be equally true of every other nationality.
[quote][p][bold]CharlieOxbridge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jonnyx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CharlieOxbridge[/bold] wrote: So thats Tory and Labour candidates in U-turns. No sign of Diane James, the straight talking politician going back on her words I notice. VOTE UKIP and have done with these morons.[/p][/quote]a shame really as what diane james said was pretty disgusting, unproven and morally reprehensible. oh well.[/p][/quote]Romanians associated with crime - I think you will find that is statistically and factually correct.[/p][/quote].. yes, you are probably quite correct. It would also be equally true of every other nationality. freefinker
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5:02pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Saintsincethe60s says...

Just a thought, am I the only one that thinks she reminds me of Hyacinth Bucket from the sitcom keeping up appearances
Just a thought, am I the only one that thinks she reminds me of Hyacinth Bucket from the sitcom keeping up appearances Saintsincethe60s
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5:05pm Mon 18 Feb 13

kingnotail says...

CharlieOxbridge wrote:
jonnyx wrote:
CharlieOxbridge wrote: So thats Tory and Labour candidates in U-turns. No sign of Diane James, the straight talking politician going back on her words I notice. VOTE UKIP and have done with these morons.
a shame really as what diane james said was pretty disgusting, unproven and morally reprehensible. oh well.
Romanians associated with crime - I think you will find that is statistically and factually correct.
What a ridiculous statement - so there are nationalities which are totally free of criminals? Please name them.
[quote][p][bold]CharlieOxbridge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jonnyx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CharlieOxbridge[/bold] wrote: So thats Tory and Labour candidates in U-turns. No sign of Diane James, the straight talking politician going back on her words I notice. VOTE UKIP and have done with these morons.[/p][/quote]a shame really as what diane james said was pretty disgusting, unproven and morally reprehensible. oh well.[/p][/quote]Romanians associated with crime - I think you will find that is statistically and factually correct.[/p][/quote]What a ridiculous statement - so there are nationalities which are totally free of criminals? Please name them. kingnotail
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5:10pm Mon 18 Feb 13

aldermoorboy says...

Latest score
Tories 12 ( all Labour own goals) - Labour 6 ( all Tory own goals ).
One Labour red card for real nasty character.
Latest score Tories 12 ( all Labour own goals) - Labour 6 ( all Tory own goals ). One Labour red card for real nasty character. aldermoorboy
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5:35pm Mon 18 Feb 13

gaylard says...

answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated
answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated gaylard
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6:16pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

gaylard wrote:
answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated
They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.
[quote][p][bold]gaylard[/bold] wrote: answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated[/p][/quote]They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you. Donald2000
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6:24pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Velleity says...

sparkster wrote:
Exactly, I went to a state school too and i didnt fare badly, in fact i went on to become a secretary to a senior partner in a law firm in southampton, i went to college after school to learn shorthand and typing so i feel i did pretty well. I agree with inform Al you dont get the education at school to become a heart surgeon you go on to uni
I think you were trying to type: "Exactly, I went to a state school too and I didn't fare badly. In fact, I went on to become a secretary to a senior partner in a law firm in Southampton. I went to college after school to learn shorthand and typing so I feel I did pretty well. I agree with Inform Al you don't get the education at school to become a heart surgeon; you go on to uni."

Quite a few errors in grammar for someone as well-educated as you claim to be. Oh, the irony! Correct your mistakes and hand your work in again tomorrow.
[quote][p][bold]sparkster[/bold] wrote: Exactly, I went to a state school too and i didnt fare badly, in fact i went on to become a secretary to a senior partner in a law firm in southampton, i went to college after school to learn shorthand and typing so i feel i did pretty well. I agree with inform Al you dont get the education at school to become a heart surgeon you go on to uni[/p][/quote]I think you were trying to type: "Exactly, I went to a state school too and I didn't fare badly. In fact, I went on to become a secretary to a senior partner in a law firm in Southampton. I went to college after school to learn shorthand and typing so I feel I did pretty well. I agree with Inform Al you don't get the education at school to become a heart surgeon; you go on to uni." Quite a few errors in grammar for someone as well-educated as you claim to be. Oh, the irony! Correct your mistakes and hand your work in again tomorrow. Velleity
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6:34pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

Velleity wrote:
sparkster wrote:
Exactly, I went to a state school too and i didnt fare badly, in fact i went on to become a secretary to a senior partner in a law firm in southampton, i went to college after school to learn shorthand and typing so i feel i did pretty well. I agree with inform Al you dont get the education at school to become a heart surgeon you go on to uni
I think you were trying to type: "Exactly, I went to a state school too and I didn't fare badly. In fact, I went on to become a secretary to a senior partner in a law firm in Southampton. I went to college after school to learn shorthand and typing so I feel I did pretty well. I agree with Inform Al you don't get the education at school to become a heart surgeon; you go on to uni."

Quite a few errors in grammar for someone as well-educated as you claim to be. Oh, the irony! Correct your mistakes and hand your work in again tomorrow.
This is the same problem as Ms Hutchings claiming that her child wanted to be a cardio-respiratory surgeon, bearing in mind that there is no such thing. Even a cursory examination of "Holby City" would have shown that there are such things as cardio-thoracic surgeons.

I don't know whether or not to be impressed when someone writes on here bragging how well they have done, when they cannot even string together a sentence, or spell what they are trying to say, correctly.

Sad to say, it's very hard to believe people who would want to big themselves up, including Ms Hutchings, when it's clear that they have not the faintest idea of their subject. To me, all this is a very tragic indication of exactly how far this country is sinking.
[quote][p][bold]Velleity[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sparkster[/bold] wrote: Exactly, I went to a state school too and i didnt fare badly, in fact i went on to become a secretary to a senior partner in a law firm in southampton, i went to college after school to learn shorthand and typing so i feel i did pretty well. I agree with inform Al you dont get the education at school to become a heart surgeon you go on to uni[/p][/quote]I think you were trying to type: "Exactly, I went to a state school too and I didn't fare badly. In fact, I went on to become a secretary to a senior partner in a law firm in Southampton. I went to college after school to learn shorthand and typing so I feel I did pretty well. I agree with Inform Al you don't get the education at school to become a heart surgeon; you go on to uni." Quite a few errors in grammar for someone as well-educated as you claim to be. Oh, the irony! Correct your mistakes and hand your work in again tomorrow.[/p][/quote]This is the same problem as Ms Hutchings claiming that her child wanted to be a cardio-respiratory surgeon, bearing in mind that there is no such thing. Even a cursory examination of "Holby City" would have shown that there are such things as cardio-thoracic surgeons. I don't know whether or not to be impressed when someone writes on here bragging how well they have done, when they cannot even string together a sentence, or spell what they are trying to say, correctly. Sad to say, it's very hard to believe people who would want to big themselves up, including Ms Hutchings, when it's clear that they have not the faintest idea of their subject. To me, all this is a very tragic indication of exactly how far this country is sinking. Donald2000
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6:35pm Mon 18 Feb 13

George4th says...

Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation..........


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You need to take the tablets.
I have a tablet thank you.
>
Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate...........
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[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...[/p][/quote]You need to take the tablets.[/p][/quote]I have a tablet thank you. > Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate........... ........ George4th
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6:57pm Mon 18 Feb 13

skin2000 says...

Very long explanation into why and what she said originally. Obviously this lady is for turning...or did she get a call from India?
Very long explanation into why and what she said originally. Obviously this lady is for turning...or did she get a call from India? skin2000
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7:03pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation..........



...
You need to take the tablets.
I have a tablet thank you.
>
Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate...........

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Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respiratory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured.

Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.
[quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...[/p][/quote]You need to take the tablets.[/p][/quote]I have a tablet thank you. > Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate........... ........[/p][/quote]Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respiratory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured. Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets. Donald2000
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7:18pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Paramjit Bahia says...

Lone Ranger. wrote:
Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system. . Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore
What do mean by 'anymore'?

Did you ever trust the con artist CONservatives?

Most people have always known that putting trust in Tories means pushing the luck bit too far.

That's why last election they could not make majority, but the habitual liars the sugar coated Tories the most unprincipled LibDem jumped with their bed to screw the nation.

That is why Eastleigh is the chance to tell both these parties what most people think of them?

If you are collecting for super glue for certain candidate's mouth I will contribute!!!
[quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system. . Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore[/p][/quote]What do mean by 'anymore'? Did you ever trust the con artist CONservatives? Most people have always known that putting trust in Tories means pushing the luck bit too far. That's why last election they could not make majority, but the habitual liars the sugar coated Tories the most unprincipled LibDem jumped with their bed to screw the nation. That is why Eastleigh is the chance to tell both these parties what most people think of them? If you are collecting for super glue for certain candidate's mouth I will contribute!!! Paramjit Bahia
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7:21pm Mon 18 Feb 13

jimbos says...

As Donald has already pointed out there is no such thing as a cardio-respiratory surgeon. Maybe they mean cardiothoracic surgeon. And saints, no, you are not the only one reminded of Hyacinth Bucket.
As Donald has already pointed out there is no such thing as a cardio-respiratory surgeon. Maybe they mean cardiothoracic surgeon. And saints, no, you are not the only one reminded of Hyacinth Bucket. jimbos
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7:22pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Inform Al says...

Donald2000 wrote:
Inform Al wrote:
A long winded excuse by a Tory paper for their candidate being too honest for the electorate, you don't get the education to be a heart surgeon at school, that comes later at uni so the excuse really misses the point. Funny thing is I would also want the best for my children and if I could have afforded to send them to Eton I would have, especially since I have seen the wonders they can perform for their obviously academically challenged pupils. The PIP (pair in power) are testament to this.
Al, I am surprised at you. You would have sent your kids to that school!? What we need to do is to build up the local schools before sending our kids to soup schools (rich and thick).
I do agree, but as any parent I want the best for my kids, and unfortunateky I don't see this lot doing much for state education and the other lot in their stupid quest for equality just ensure that only the rich can send their kids to decent schools. Not really equality is it. Bring back the 11+
[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Inform Al[/bold] wrote: A long winded excuse by a Tory paper for their candidate being too honest for the electorate, you don't get the education to be a heart surgeon at school, that comes later at uni so the excuse really misses the point. Funny thing is I would also want the best for my children and if I could have afforded to send them to Eton I would have, especially since I have seen the wonders they can perform for their obviously academically challenged pupils. The PIP (pair in power) are testament to this.[/p][/quote]Al, I am surprised at you. You would have sent your kids to that school!? What we need to do is to build up the local schools before sending our kids to soup schools (rich and thick).[/p][/quote]I do agree, but as any parent I want the best for my kids, and unfortunateky I don't see this lot doing much for state education and the other lot in their stupid quest for equality just ensure that only the rich can send their kids to decent schools. Not really equality is it. Bring back the 11+ Inform Al
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7:26pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Lone Ranger. says...

George4th wrote:
I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation..........

...
Yes but you would vote for a coatstand as long as it was Blue !!
[quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...[/p][/quote]Yes but you would vote for a coatstand as long as it was Blue !! Lone Ranger.
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7:47pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

Back of fag packet calculation x what I reckon = Lib Dem hold. After all, 86 per cent of LibDem voters said that the Chris Huhne debacle won't change how they vote. In that light, the Lib Dem campaign so far is brilliant: say nothing, do nothing, and at least you won't make a gaffe!
Back of fag packet calculation x what I reckon = Lib Dem hold. After all, 86 per cent of LibDem voters said that the Chris Huhne debacle won't change how they vote. In that light, the Lib Dem campaign so far is brilliant: say nothing, do nothing, and at least you won't make a gaffe! Stephen J
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7:51pm Mon 18 Feb 13

MGRA says...

Stephen J wrote:
Back of fag packet calculation x what I reckon = Lib Dem hold. After all, 86 per cent of LibDem voters said that the Chris Huhne debacle won't change how they vote. In that light, the Lib Dem campaign so far is brilliant: say nothing, do nothing, and at least you won't make a gaffe!
very true.... BUT.... the margin was wafer thin, I reckon Sarah Palin , err, sorry Maria could nick it. I am not a tory voter but will tactically vote for her to keep the Camel-kickers wearing beard patrol out.
[quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: Back of fag packet calculation x what I reckon = Lib Dem hold. After all, 86 per cent of LibDem voters said that the Chris Huhne debacle won't change how they vote. In that light, the Lib Dem campaign so far is brilliant: say nothing, do nothing, and at least you won't make a gaffe![/p][/quote]very true.... BUT.... the margin was wafer thin, I reckon Sarah Palin , err, sorry Maria could nick it. I am not a tory voter but will tactically vote for her to keep the Camel-kickers wearing beard patrol out. MGRA
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7:52pm Mon 18 Feb 13

jonnyx says...

Donald2000 wrote:
gaylard wrote:
answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated
They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.
on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form.
[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaylard[/bold] wrote: answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated[/p][/quote]They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.[/p][/quote]on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form. jonnyx
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7:54pm Mon 18 Feb 13

andysaint says...

jackryan05 wrote:
You can argue all day and night, who ever wins this election you can be sure of one thing. Nothing will change, a politician is just like a banana, they go in green, turn yellow and end up bent.

Just think about it before you vote, these people believe there own B.S., do you really want that to represent you, you only have to look at the out going M.P. for proof of that, trust me if voting actually changed anything, those in power would abolish it.
Spot on 100 % agree.
Great post - the only sensible comment here.
Think revolution brothers - DONT VOTE DONT PAY YOUR TAXES until every politician in this country understands that we wont be conned , lied to and cheated anymore
[quote][p][bold]jackryan05[/bold] wrote: You can argue all day and night, who ever wins this election you can be sure of one thing. Nothing will change, a politician is just like a banana, they go in green, turn yellow and end up bent. Just think about it before you vote, these people believe there own B.S., do you really want that to represent you, you only have to look at the out going M.P. for proof of that, trust me if voting actually changed anything, those in power would abolish it.[/p][/quote]Spot on 100 % agree. Great post - the only sensible comment here. Think revolution brothers - DONT VOTE DONT PAY YOUR TAXES until every politician in this country understands that we wont be conned , lied to and cheated anymore andysaint
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7:55pm Mon 18 Feb 13

MGRA says...

jimbos wrote:
As Donald has already pointed out there is no such thing as a cardio-respiratory surgeon. Maybe they mean cardiothoracic surgeon. And saints, no, you are not the only one reminded of Hyacinth Bucket.
you are talking utter bollux, many surgeons refer to themselves as cardiorespiratory surgeons. It entirely depends on the finer points of their specialisation.
[quote][p][bold]jimbos[/bold] wrote: As Donald has already pointed out there is no such thing as a cardio-respiratory surgeon. Maybe they mean cardiothoracic surgeon. And saints, no, you are not the only one reminded of Hyacinth Bucket.[/p][/quote]you are talking utter bollux, many surgeons refer to themselves as cardiorespiratory surgeons. It entirely depends on the finer points of their specialisation. MGRA
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7:59pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

jonnyx wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
gaylard wrote:
answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated
They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.
on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form.
On the contrary, it's designed to help people to write in a more grammatical style, thereby increasing other people's understanding of what is being said. The points being made are not cheap ones but are designed to help. This is an argument about someone who did not know (let alone being able to spell) that a cardio-thoracic surgeon was the currently used appellation for such a position within the NHS.

I would suggest that it is your own goodself who is encouraging ignorance, whilst I am in fact encouraging education. So sad that you want to attack those who are trying to help others to better themselves. Can I ask you why it is you feel that people have to live in perpetual ignorance?
[quote][p][bold]jonnyx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaylard[/bold] wrote: answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated[/p][/quote]They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.[/p][/quote]on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form.[/p][/quote]On the contrary, it's designed to help people to write in a more grammatical style, thereby increasing other people's understanding of what is being said. The points being made are not cheap ones but are designed to help. This is an argument about someone who did not know (let alone being able to spell) that a cardio-thoracic surgeon was the currently used appellation for such a position within the NHS. I would suggest that it is your own goodself who is encouraging ignorance, whilst I am in fact encouraging education. So sad that you want to attack those who are trying to help others to better themselves. Can I ask you why it is you feel that people have to live in perpetual ignorance? Donald2000
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8:08pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

Donald2000 wrote:
jonnyx wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
gaylard wrote:
answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated
They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.
on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form.
On the contrary, it's designed to help people to write in a more grammatical style, thereby increasing other people's understanding of what is being said. The points being made are not cheap ones but are designed to help. This is an argument about someone who did not know (let alone being able to spell) that a cardio-thoracic surgeon was the currently used appellation for such a position within the NHS.

I would suggest that it is your own goodself who is encouraging ignorance, whilst I am in fact encouraging education. So sad that you want to attack those who are trying to help others to better themselves. Can I ask you why it is you feel that people have to live in perpetual ignorance?
Perhaps you mean "good self", which is two words.
[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jonnyx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaylard[/bold] wrote: answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated[/p][/quote]They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.[/p][/quote]on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form.[/p][/quote]On the contrary, it's designed to help people to write in a more grammatical style, thereby increasing other people's understanding of what is being said. The points being made are not cheap ones but are designed to help. This is an argument about someone who did not know (let alone being able to spell) that a cardio-thoracic surgeon was the currently used appellation for such a position within the NHS. I would suggest that it is your own goodself who is encouraging ignorance, whilst I am in fact encouraging education. So sad that you want to attack those who are trying to help others to better themselves. Can I ask you why it is you feel that people have to live in perpetual ignorance?[/p][/quote]Perhaps you mean "good self", which is two words. Stephen J
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8:13pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Paramjit Bahia says...

Lone Ranger. wrote:
George4th wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...
Yes but you would vote for a coatstand as long as it was Blue !!
Only if that coat stand is made of wood full of woodworm
[quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...[/p][/quote]Yes but you would vote for a coatstand as long as it was Blue !![/p][/quote]Only if that coat stand is made of wood full of woodworm Paramjit Bahia
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8:14pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

MGRA wrote:
Stephen J wrote:
Back of fag packet calculation x what I reckon = Lib Dem hold. After all, 86 per cent of LibDem voters said that the Chris Huhne debacle won't change how they vote. In that light, the Lib Dem campaign so far is brilliant: say nothing, do nothing, and at least you won't make a gaffe!
very true.... BUT.... the margin was wafer thin, I reckon Sarah Palin , err, sorry Maria could nick it. I am not a tory voter but will tactically vote for her to keep the Camel-kickers wearing beard patrol out.
You may well be right, but despite all the vitriol, nonsense, sanctimonious outpourings and genuine, justifiable anger, whichever of the two wins, the result in Eastleigh will be: no real change here.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: Back of fag packet calculation x what I reckon = Lib Dem hold. After all, 86 per cent of LibDem voters said that the Chris Huhne debacle won't change how they vote. In that light, the Lib Dem campaign so far is brilliant: say nothing, do nothing, and at least you won't make a gaffe![/p][/quote]very true.... BUT.... the margin was wafer thin, I reckon Sarah Palin , err, sorry Maria could nick it. I am not a tory voter but will tactically vote for her to keep the Camel-kickers wearing beard patrol out.[/p][/quote]You may well be right, but despite all the vitriol, nonsense, sanctimonious outpourings and genuine, justifiable anger, whichever of the two wins, the result in Eastleigh will be: no real change here. Stephen J
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8:15pm Mon 18 Feb 13

justfishing says...

So Mrs Hutchings' daughter is on the waiting list for two state schools for September 2013. But can we ask just where does her daughter go to school at this very moment in time? One would suggest clearly not a state school or we would know it. So how could Grant Shaps according to BBC say that two of the three children attend state schools? Just a thought which the Daily Echo may want to find out for the posters on here.
So Mrs Hutchings' daughter is on the waiting list for two state schools for September 2013. But can we ask just where does her daughter go to school at this very moment in time? One would suggest clearly not a state school or we would know it. So how could Grant Shaps according to BBC say that two of the three children attend state schools? Just a thought which the Daily Echo may want to find out for the posters on here. justfishing
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8:16pm Mon 18 Feb 13

skin2000 says...

andysaint wrote:
jackryan05 wrote:
You can argue all day and night, who ever wins this election you can be sure of one thing. Nothing will change, a politician is just like a banana, they go in green, turn yellow and end up bent.

Just think about it before you vote, these people believe there own B.S., do you really want that to represent you, you only have to look at the out going M.P. for proof of that, trust me if voting actually changed anything, those in power would abolish it.
Spot on 100 % agree.
Great post - the only sensible comment here.
Think revolution brothers - DONT VOTE DONT PAY YOUR TAXES until every politician in this country understands that we wont be conned , lied to and cheated anymore
'You are right,people are fed up with being conned, and will not stand for being shafted for much longer.
[quote][p][bold]andysaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jackryan05[/bold] wrote: You can argue all day and night, who ever wins this election you can be sure of one thing. Nothing will change, a politician is just like a banana, they go in green, turn yellow and end up bent. Just think about it before you vote, these people believe there own B.S., do you really want that to represent you, you only have to look at the out going M.P. for proof of that, trust me if voting actually changed anything, those in power would abolish it.[/p][/quote]Spot on 100 % agree. Great post - the only sensible comment here. Think revolution brothers - DONT VOTE DONT PAY YOUR TAXES until every politician in this country understands that we wont be conned , lied to and cheated anymore[/p][/quote]'You are right,people are fed up with being conned, and will not stand for being shafted for much longer. skin2000
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8:16pm Mon 18 Feb 13

andysaint says...

Grammer? punctuation? spelling?
really? Led like lambs to the slaughter - too tied up trying to out do each other with childish 'im better then you ' comments to understand how s hit our politicians are - ffs get real people.
Grammer? punctuation? spelling? really? Led like lambs to the slaughter - too tied up trying to out do each other with childish 'im better then you ' comments to understand how s hit our politicians are - ffs get real people. andysaint
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8:19pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

Stephen J wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
jonnyx wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
gaylard wrote:
answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated
They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.
on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form.
On the contrary, it's designed to help people to write in a more grammatical style, thereby increasing other people's understanding of what is being said. The points being made are not cheap ones but are designed to help. This is an argument about someone who did not know (let alone being able to spell) that a cardio-thoracic surgeon was the currently used appellation for such a position within the NHS.

I would suggest that it is your own goodself who is encouraging ignorance, whilst I am in fact encouraging education. So sad that you want to attack those who are trying to help others to better themselves. Can I ask you why it is you feel that people have to live in perpetual ignorance?
Perhaps you mean "good self", which is two words.
That's extremely kind of you to point out my error. I will hope to learn from it.
[quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jonnyx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaylard[/bold] wrote: answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated[/p][/quote]They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.[/p][/quote]on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form.[/p][/quote]On the contrary, it's designed to help people to write in a more grammatical style, thereby increasing other people's understanding of what is being said. The points being made are not cheap ones but are designed to help. This is an argument about someone who did not know (let alone being able to spell) that a cardio-thoracic surgeon was the currently used appellation for such a position within the NHS. I would suggest that it is your own goodself who is encouraging ignorance, whilst I am in fact encouraging education. So sad that you want to attack those who are trying to help others to better themselves. Can I ask you why it is you feel that people have to live in perpetual ignorance?[/p][/quote]Perhaps you mean "good self", which is two words.[/p][/quote]That's extremely kind of you to point out my error. I will hope to learn from it. Donald2000
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8:21pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

skin2000 wrote:
andysaint wrote:
jackryan05 wrote:
You can argue all day and night, who ever wins this election you can be sure of one thing. Nothing will change, a politician is just like a banana, they go in green, turn yellow and end up bent.

Just think about it before you vote, these people believe there own B.S., do you really want that to represent you, you only have to look at the out going M.P. for proof of that, trust me if voting actually changed anything, those in power would abolish it.
Spot on 100 % agree.
Great post - the only sensible comment here.
Think revolution brothers - DONT VOTE DONT PAY YOUR TAXES until every politician in this country understands that we wont be conned , lied to and cheated anymore
'You are right,people are fed up with being conned, and will not stand for being shafted for much longer.
Please let me know where I have said any different. From where I am standing, all of the candidates look utterly appalling, although I am convinced that people are still prepared to be shafted, as evidenced from some of the postings on this thread.
[quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andysaint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jackryan05[/bold] wrote: You can argue all day and night, who ever wins this election you can be sure of one thing. Nothing will change, a politician is just like a banana, they go in green, turn yellow and end up bent. Just think about it before you vote, these people believe there own B.S., do you really want that to represent you, you only have to look at the out going M.P. for proof of that, trust me if voting actually changed anything, those in power would abolish it.[/p][/quote]Spot on 100 % agree. Great post - the only sensible comment here. Think revolution brothers - DONT VOTE DONT PAY YOUR TAXES until every politician in this country understands that we wont be conned , lied to and cheated anymore[/p][/quote]'You are right,people are fed up with being conned, and will not stand for being shafted for much longer.[/p][/quote]Please let me know where I have said any different. From where I am standing, all of the candidates look utterly appalling, although I am convinced that people are still prepared to be shafted, as evidenced from some of the postings on this thread. Donald2000
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8:28pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

Paramjit Bahia wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system. . Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore
What do mean by 'anymore'?

Did you ever trust the con artist CONservatives?

Most people have always known that putting trust in Tories means pushing the luck bit too far.

That's why last election they could not make majority, but the habitual liars the sugar coated Tories the most unprincipled LibDem jumped with their bed to screw the nation.

That is why Eastleigh is the chance to tell both these parties what most people think of them?

If you are collecting for super glue for certain candidate's mouth I will contribute!!!
How was canvassing yesterday?
[quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system. . Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore[/p][/quote]What do mean by 'anymore'? Did you ever trust the con artist CONservatives? Most people have always known that putting trust in Tories means pushing the luck bit too far. That's why last election they could not make majority, but the habitual liars the sugar coated Tories the most unprincipled LibDem jumped with their bed to screw the nation. That is why Eastleigh is the chance to tell both these parties what most people think of them? If you are collecting for super glue for certain candidate's mouth I will contribute!!![/p][/quote]How was canvassing yesterday? Stephen J
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8:41pm Mon 18 Feb 13

jonnyx says...

Donald2000 wrote:
jonnyx wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
gaylard wrote:
answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated
They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.
on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form.
On the contrary, it's designed to help people to write in a more grammatical style, thereby increasing other people's understanding of what is being said. The points being made are not cheap ones but are designed to help. This is an argument about someone who did not know (let alone being able to spell) that a cardio-thoracic surgeon was the currently used appellation for such a position within the NHS.

I would suggest that it is your own goodself who is encouraging ignorance, whilst I am in fact encouraging education. So sad that you want to attack those who are trying to help others to better themselves. Can I ask you why it is you feel that people have to live in perpetual ignorance?
someone once said "we are never more deceived than when we mistake gravity for greatness, solemnity for science and pomposity for erudition" any of that strike a chord donald? because you reek of that last one mate.
[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jonnyx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaylard[/bold] wrote: answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated[/p][/quote]They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.[/p][/quote]on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form.[/p][/quote]On the contrary, it's designed to help people to write in a more grammatical style, thereby increasing other people's understanding of what is being said. The points being made are not cheap ones but are designed to help. This is an argument about someone who did not know (let alone being able to spell) that a cardio-thoracic surgeon was the currently used appellation for such a position within the NHS. I would suggest that it is your own goodself who is encouraging ignorance, whilst I am in fact encouraging education. So sad that you want to attack those who are trying to help others to better themselves. Can I ask you why it is you feel that people have to live in perpetual ignorance?[/p][/quote]someone once said "we are never more deceived than when we mistake gravity for greatness, solemnity for science and pomposity for erudition" any of that strike a chord donald? because you reek of that last one mate. jonnyx
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8:52pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Dresnez says...

gaylard wrote:
my son went to state schools in southampton became a doctor also has three degrees in science most of his friend,s went onto univercity this was diamond road school bitterne park
Yes my daughters went to state schools and both have done very well. One is a paramedic and one is a director in a bank.

Neither went to university, the daughter who is a director in a bank did her degree and other financial qualifications by distance learning whilst working at the bank and has worked her way up.

Her best friend at the state school went on to become a radio presenter.

A very dear friend of mine sent her son and daughter to private schools because her son was very gifted.

Neither have done particularly well, her son was selling bathrooms and her daughter is a care worker.

One of my grandsons is a bar man and he went to private school.

Private school's pupils do well when they can get into the family business or have parental contacts or friends that smooth their path.

Not so sure state schools will be as good now Gove has been messing around with them though.
[quote][p][bold]gaylard[/bold] wrote: my son went to state schools in southampton became a doctor also has three degrees in science most of his friend,s went onto univercity this was diamond road school bitterne park[/p][/quote]Yes my daughters went to state schools and both have done very well. One is a paramedic and one is a director in a bank. Neither went to university, the daughter who is a director in a bank did her degree and other financial qualifications by distance learning whilst working at the bank and has worked her way up. Her best friend at the state school went on to become a radio presenter. A very dear friend of mine sent her son and daughter to private schools because her son was very gifted. Neither have done particularly well, her son was selling bathrooms and her daughter is a care worker. One of my grandsons is a bar man and he went to private school. Private school's pupils do well when they can get into the family business or have parental contacts or friends that smooth their path. Not so sure state schools will be as good now Gove has been messing around with them though. Dresnez
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8:54pm Mon 18 Feb 13

George4th says...

Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation..........




...
You need to take the tablets.
I have a tablet thank you.
>
Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate...........


........
Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira
tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured.

Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.
What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman!
>
>
Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion!
>
As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents!
[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...[/p][/quote]You need to take the tablets.[/p][/quote]I have a tablet thank you. > Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate........... ........[/p][/quote]Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured. Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.[/p][/quote]What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman! > > Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion! > As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents! George4th
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9:09pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

jonnyx wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
jonnyx wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
gaylard wrote:
answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated
They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.
on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form.
On the contrary, it's designed to help people to write in a more grammatical style, thereby increasing other people's understanding of what is being said. The points being made are not cheap ones but are designed to help. This is an argument about someone who did not know (let alone being able to spell) that a cardio-thoracic surgeon was the currently used appellation for such a position within the NHS.

I would suggest that it is your own goodself who is encouraging ignorance, whilst I am in fact encouraging education. So sad that you want to attack those who are trying to help others to better themselves. Can I ask you why it is you feel that people have to live in perpetual ignorance?
someone once said "we are never more deceived than when we mistake gravity for greatness, solemnity for science and pomposity for erudition" any of that strike a chord donald? because you reek of that last one mate.
From where I am standing the difference between you and me is absolutely wafer thin; you are doing the same as me in criticising others. You are telling me off for criticising others which makes you the same as me. How sad and there was me thinking you really had something to say.
[quote][p][bold]jonnyx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jonnyx[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaylard[/bold] wrote: answer for donald I did not go to a state school I was sent to a private school which I hated[/p][/quote]They did not teach you much in that case, for which I can express my sympathy for you. You might, however, like to try starting a sentence with a capital letter and trying some punctuation. These are the basics of good writing and I would commend them to you.[/p][/quote]on an internet talkboard spelling and grammar pedantry aimed at scoring cheap points is the last resort of the scoundrel (imo). attack the argument not the form.[/p][/quote]On the contrary, it's designed to help people to write in a more grammatical style, thereby increasing other people's understanding of what is being said. The points being made are not cheap ones but are designed to help. This is an argument about someone who did not know (let alone being able to spell) that a cardio-thoracic surgeon was the currently used appellation for such a position within the NHS. I would suggest that it is your own goodself who is encouraging ignorance, whilst I am in fact encouraging education. So sad that you want to attack those who are trying to help others to better themselves. Can I ask you why it is you feel that people have to live in perpetual ignorance?[/p][/quote]someone once said "we are never more deceived than when we mistake gravity for greatness, solemnity for science and pomposity for erudition" any of that strike a chord donald? because you reek of that last one mate.[/p][/quote]From where I am standing the difference between you and me is absolutely wafer thin; you are doing the same as me in criticising others. You are telling me off for criticising others which makes you the same as me. How sad and there was me thinking you really had something to say. Donald2000
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9:11pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation..........





...
You need to take the tablets.
I have a tablet thank you.
>
Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate...........



........
Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira

tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured.

Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.
What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman!
>
>
Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion!
>
As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents!
I don't have any political persuasion. Life skills? Are you taking the complete michael, you sad person.
[quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...[/p][/quote]You need to take the tablets.[/p][/quote]I have a tablet thank you. > Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate........... ........[/p][/quote]Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured. Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.[/p][/quote]What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman! > > Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion! > As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents![/p][/quote]I don't have any political persuasion. Life skills? Are you taking the complete michael, you sad person. Donald2000
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9:18pm Mon 18 Feb 13

George4th says...

Dresnez wrote:
gaylard wrote:
my son went to state schools in southampton became a doctor also has three degrees in science most of his friend,s went onto univercity this was diamond road school bitterne park
Yes my daughters went to state schools and both have done very well. One is a paramedic and one is a director in a bank.

Neither went to university, the daughter who is a director in a bank did her degree and other financial qualifications by distance learning whilst working at the bank and has worked her way up.

Her best friend at the state school went on to become a radio presenter.

A very dear friend of mine sent her son and daughter to private schools because her son was very gifted.

Neither have done particularly well, her son was selling bathrooms and her daughter is a care worker.

One of my grandsons is a bar man and he went to private school.

Private school's pupils do well when they can get into the family business or have parental contacts or friends that smooth their path.

Not so sure state schools will be as good now Gove has been messing around with them though.
No magic!
Good parenting, good guidance, a positive attitude and hard work are the prerequisites for a good education in either Private or State schools.
(I guess if you're paying you have a greater expectancy of achievement and in most cases, that's what you will get!)
[quote][p][bold]Dresnez[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gaylard[/bold] wrote: my son went to state schools in southampton became a doctor also has three degrees in science most of his friend,s went onto univercity this was diamond road school bitterne park[/p][/quote]Yes my daughters went to state schools and both have done very well. One is a paramedic and one is a director in a bank. Neither went to university, the daughter who is a director in a bank did her degree and other financial qualifications by distance learning whilst working at the bank and has worked her way up. Her best friend at the state school went on to become a radio presenter. A very dear friend of mine sent her son and daughter to private schools because her son was very gifted. Neither have done particularly well, her son was selling bathrooms and her daughter is a care worker. One of my grandsons is a bar man and he went to private school. Private school's pupils do well when they can get into the family business or have parental contacts or friends that smooth their path. Not so sure state schools will be as good now Gove has been messing around with them though.[/p][/quote]No magic! Good parenting, good guidance, a positive attitude and hard work are the prerequisites for a good education in either Private or State schools. (I guess if you're paying you have a greater expectancy of achievement and in most cases, that's what you will get!) George4th
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9:22pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation..........






...
You need to take the tablets.
I have a tablet thank you.
>
Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate...........




........
Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira


tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured.

Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.
What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman!
>
>
Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion!
>
As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents!
I don't have any political persuasion. Life skills? Are you taking the complete michael, you sad person.
Taking the michael? You mean "taking the Michael", the origin of which is the rhyming slang of "taking the Mickey Bliss". Proper capitalisation is key to people fully understanding what you have to say.
[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...[/p][/quote]You need to take the tablets.[/p][/quote]I have a tablet thank you. > Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate........... ........[/p][/quote]Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured. Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.[/p][/quote]What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman! > > Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion! > As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents![/p][/quote]I don't have any political persuasion. Life skills? Are you taking the complete michael, you sad person.[/p][/quote]Taking the michael? You mean "taking the Michael", the origin of which is the rhyming slang of "taking the Mickey Bliss". Proper capitalisation is key to people fully understanding what you have to say. Stephen J
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9:24pm Mon 18 Feb 13

George4th says...

Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation..........






...
You need to take the tablets.
I have a tablet thank you.
>
Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate...........




........
Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira


tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured.

Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.
What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman!
>
>
Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion!
>
As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents!
I don't have any political persuasion. Life skills? Are you taking the complete michael, you sad person.
Hmmm! Yet another pseudo intelligent poster who resorts to insults!
:-)
[quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...[/p][/quote]You need to take the tablets.[/p][/quote]I have a tablet thank you. > Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate........... ........[/p][/quote]Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured. Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.[/p][/quote]What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman! > > Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion! > As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents![/p][/quote]I don't have any political persuasion. Life skills? Are you taking the complete michael, you sad person.[/p][/quote]Hmmm! Yet another pseudo intelligent poster who resorts to insults! :-) George4th
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9:26pm Mon 18 Feb 13

George4th says...

Stephen J wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation..........







...
You need to take the tablets.
I have a tablet thank you.
>
Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate...........





........
Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira



tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured.

Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.
What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman!
>
>
Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion!
>
As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents!
I don't have any political persuasion. Life skills? Are you taking the complete michael, you sad person.
Taking the michael? You mean "taking the Michael", the origin of which is the rhyming slang of "taking the Mickey Bliss". Proper capitalisation is key to people fully understanding what you have to say.
:-)
[quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...[/p][/quote]You need to take the tablets.[/p][/quote]I have a tablet thank you. > Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate........... ........[/p][/quote]Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured. Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.[/p][/quote]What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman! > > Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion! > As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents![/p][/quote]I don't have any political persuasion. Life skills? Are you taking the complete michael, you sad person.[/p][/quote]Taking the michael? You mean "taking the Michael", the origin of which is the rhyming slang of "taking the Mickey Bliss". Proper capitalisation is key to people fully understanding what you have to say.[/p][/quote]:-) George4th
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9:36pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Paramjit Bahia says...

Stephen J wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system. . Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore
What do mean by 'anymore'?

Did you ever trust the con artist CONservatives?

Most people have always known that putting trust in Tories means pushing the luck bit too far.

That's why last election they could not make majority, but the habitual liars the sugar coated Tories the most unprincipled LibDem jumped with their bed to screw the nation.

That is why Eastleigh is the chance to tell both these parties what most people think of them?

If you are collecting for super glue for certain candidate's mouth I will contribute!!!
How was canvassing yesterday?
Reasonably well.

NuLabour method of campaign could be better organised, which I am surprised considering John Denham who is normaly very good is involved in organising.

End of the day it is their campaign so I along with their MP from Southall, GLA members and some very good councillors from London area were asked to do.

Got the impression most people are fed up with political parties, so turn out could be low.

So called austerity mantra preached by all main parties is contributing towards putting people off. If Fairoak is reflection of other places, whole of established political class better start listening to people otherwise some will get switched off and others may start falling in the laps of extremists on the right, which worries me.

Serious lesson: Yes us lot playing political ping pong may be enjoying it, but people out in real world are pi55ed off with all of us.
[quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system. . Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore[/p][/quote]What do mean by 'anymore'? Did you ever trust the con artist CONservatives? Most people have always known that putting trust in Tories means pushing the luck bit too far. That's why last election they could not make majority, but the habitual liars the sugar coated Tories the most unprincipled LibDem jumped with their bed to screw the nation. That is why Eastleigh is the chance to tell both these parties what most people think of them? If you are collecting for super glue for certain candidate's mouth I will contribute!!![/p][/quote]How was canvassing yesterday?[/p][/quote]Reasonably well. NuLabour method of campaign could be better organised, which I am surprised considering John Denham who is normaly very good is involved in organising. End of the day it is their campaign so I along with their MP from Southall, GLA members and some very good councillors from London area were asked to do. Got the impression most people are fed up with political parties, so turn out could be low. So called austerity mantra preached by all main parties is contributing towards putting people off. If Fairoak is reflection of other places, whole of established political class better start listening to people otherwise some will get switched off and others may start falling in the laps of extremists on the right, which worries me. Serious lesson: Yes us lot playing political ping pong may be enjoying it, but people out in real world are pi55ed off with all of us. Paramjit Bahia
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9:37pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
Donald2000 wrote:
George4th wrote:
I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation..........







...
You need to take the tablets.
I have a tablet thank you.
>
Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate...........





........
Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira



tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured.

Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.
What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman!
>
>
Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion!
>
As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents!
I don't have any political persuasion. Life skills? Are you taking the complete michael, you sad person.
Hmmm! Yet another pseudo intelligent poster who resorts to insults!
:-)
Hmm, yet another psuedo intelligent poster who resorts to insults.

Listen birdbrain, either tell me what it is about Ms Hutchings that we should all be voting for, or go and get your baby formula and suck on the teat. I am sure it is way past your feeding time.

I would never vote for any of them; they disgust me. I have tried to be polite on here but it obviously falls on deaf ears. So suck on that.
[quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Donald2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]George4th[/bold] wrote: I've just read up on this lady. I suggest the folk of Eastleigh do too. I'd vote for her without hesitation.......... ...[/p][/quote]You need to take the tablets.[/p][/quote]I have a tablet thank you. > Perhaps instead of making innocuous comments (I note others you've made) perhaps you could best spend the time looking up the background of the said Tory candidate........... ........[/p][/quote]Far from being innocuous, as you so politely put it, my comments are spot on right. You are potentially supporting someone who does not even know that "cardio-respira tory surgeon" is a position within the NHS which does not exist. In addition, the remarks she made were grossly insulting of state schools and probably most of the schools in Eastleigh. I do not need to know the background of the said person to know immediately that she would become the biggest liability for the people of Eastleigh that ever occured. Sadly, I can see that you are probably a Tory voter. I pity you your innocence and hope that you are not the victim of Tory Party spin and misinformation. Oh and before you say I am a socialist or LibDdem troll, I would not vote for any of them. Please don't tell me to look up anyone's credentials again. I so hate wasting my time on muppets.[/p][/quote]What you're really saying is that you are scared that you might like the woman! > > Seems that one or two others on here are of a similar ilk and scared of possibly accepting someone of an opposite political persuasion! > As I said, the woman has very good life skills, far and above any of her opponents![/p][/quote]I don't have any political persuasion. Life skills? Are you taking the complete michael, you sad person.[/p][/quote]Hmmm! Yet another pseudo intelligent poster who resorts to insults! :-)[/p][/quote]Hmm, yet another psuedo intelligent poster who resorts to insults. Listen birdbrain, either tell me what it is about Ms Hutchings that we should all be voting for, or go and get your baby formula and suck on the teat. I am sure it is way past your feeding time. I would never vote for any of them; they disgust me. I have tried to be polite on here but it obviously falls on deaf ears. So suck on that. Donald2000
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9:42pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Paramjit Bahia says...

Paramjit Bahia wrote:
Stephen J wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system. . Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore
What do mean by 'anymore'?

Did you ever trust the con artist CONservatives?

Most people have always known that putting trust in Tories means pushing the luck bit too far.

That's why last election they could not make majority, but the habitual liars the sugar coated Tories the most unprincipled LibDem jumped with their bed to screw the nation.

That is why Eastleigh is the chance to tell both these parties what most people think of them?

If you are collecting for super glue for certain candidate's mouth I will contribute!!!
How was canvassing yesterday?
Reasonably well.

NuLabour method of campaign could be better organised, which I am surprised considering John Denham who is normaly very good is involved in organising.

End of the day it is their campaign so I along with their MP from Southall, GLA members and some very good councillors from London area were asked to do.

Got the impression most people are fed up with political parties, so turn out could be low.

So called austerity mantra preached by all main parties is contributing towards putting people off. If Fairoak is reflection of other places, whole of established political class better start listening to people otherwise some will get switched off and others may start falling in the laps of extremists on the right, which worries me.

Serious lesson: Yes us lot playing political ping pong may be enjoying it, but people out in real world are pi55ed off with all of us.
I mean what we were asked to do by young organising team.
[quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system. . Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore[/p][/quote]What do mean by 'anymore'? Did you ever trust the con artist CONservatives? Most people have always known that putting trust in Tories means pushing the luck bit too far. That's why last election they could not make majority, but the habitual liars the sugar coated Tories the most unprincipled LibDem jumped with their bed to screw the nation. That is why Eastleigh is the chance to tell both these parties what most people think of them? If you are collecting for super glue for certain candidate's mouth I will contribute!!![/p][/quote]How was canvassing yesterday?[/p][/quote]Reasonably well. NuLabour method of campaign could be better organised, which I am surprised considering John Denham who is normaly very good is involved in organising. End of the day it is their campaign so I along with their MP from Southall, GLA members and some very good councillors from London area were asked to do. Got the impression most people are fed up with political parties, so turn out could be low. So called austerity mantra preached by all main parties is contributing towards putting people off. If Fairoak is reflection of other places, whole of established political class better start listening to people otherwise some will get switched off and others may start falling in the laps of extremists on the right, which worries me. Serious lesson: Yes us lot playing political ping pong may be enjoying it, but people out in real world are pi55ed off with all of us.[/p][/quote]I mean what we were asked to do by young organising team. Paramjit Bahia
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9:48pm Mon 18 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

Paramjit Bahia wrote:
Stephen J wrote:
Paramjit Bahia wrote:
Lone Ranger. wrote:
Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system. . Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore
What do mean by 'anymore'?

Did you ever trust the con artist CONservatives?

Most people have always known that putting trust in Tories means pushing the luck bit too far.

That's why last election they could not make majority, but the habitual liars the sugar coated Tories the most unprincipled LibDem jumped with their bed to screw the nation.

That is why Eastleigh is the chance to tell both these parties what most people think of them?

If you are collecting for super glue for certain candidate's mouth I will contribute!!!
How was canvassing yesterday?
Reasonably well.

NuLabour method of campaign could be better organised, which I am surprised considering John Denham who is normaly very good is involved in organising.

End of the day it is their campaign so I along with their MP from Southall, GLA members and some very good councillors from London area were asked to do.

Got the impression most people are fed up with political parties, so turn out could be low.

So called austerity mantra preached by all main parties is contributing towards putting people off. If Fairoak is reflection of other places, whole of established political class better start listening to people otherwise some will get switched off and others may start falling in the laps of extremists on the right, which worries me.

Serious lesson: Yes us lot playing political ping pong may be enjoying it, but people out in real world are pi55ed off with all of us.
I agree with every word you say. Whilst I think the outcome of this election is fairly predictable, "they" need to realise that such a result would be no reason for complacency. Mistaking a "no change" vote in this election for a vote in favour of the political status quo would be a very serious mistake. As always, thank you for your honest and candid response.
[quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lone Ranger.[/bold] wrote: Quote:- Conservative candidate Maria Hutchings says she has “full confidence” in Hampshire's education system. . Your ok with the old U-Turn Ms Hutchings, your Tory led government have been doing it for nearly 3 years now ......... and no-one believes a word that they say anymore[/p][/quote]What do mean by 'anymore'? Did you ever trust the con artist CONservatives? Most people have always known that putting trust in Tories means pushing the luck bit too far. That's why last election they could not make majority, but the habitual liars the sugar coated Tories the most unprincipled LibDem jumped with their bed to screw the nation. That is why Eastleigh is the chance to tell both these parties what most people think of them? If you are collecting for super glue for certain candidate's mouth I will contribute!!![/p][/quote]How was canvassing yesterday?[/p][/quote]Reasonably well. NuLabour method of campaign could be better organised, which I am surprised considering John Denham who is normaly very good is involved in organising. End of the day it is their campaign so I along with their MP from Southall, GLA members and some very good councillors from London area were asked to do. Got the impression most people are fed up with political parties, so turn out could be low. So called austerity mantra preached by all main parties is contributing towards putting people off. If Fairoak is reflection of other places, whole of established political class better start listening to people otherwise some will get switched off and others may start falling in the laps of extremists on the right, which worries me. Serious lesson: Yes us lot playing political ping pong may be enjoying it, but people out in real world are pi55ed off with all of us.[/p][/quote]I agree with every word you say. Whilst I think the outcome of this election is fairly predictable, "they" need to realise that such a result would be no reason for complacency. Mistaking a "no change" vote in this election for a vote in favour of the political status quo would be a very serious mistake. As always, thank you for your honest and candid response. Stephen J
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11:19pm Mon 18 Feb 13

southy says...

http://www.trueactiv
ist.com/gab_gallery/
12-year-old-girl-get
s-it-why-dont-you/Wh
y-can't-Capitalist/
http://www.trueactiv ist.com/gab_gallery/ 12-year-old-girl-get s-it-why-dont-you/Wh y-can't-Capitalist/ southy
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11:27pm Mon 18 Feb 13

southy says...

http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE
_0
http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE _0 southy
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12:09am Tue 19 Feb 13

freefinker says...

southy wrote:
http://www.youtube.c

om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE

_0
.. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is?
Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we?
Yep, that's the way to do it.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE _0[/p][/quote].. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is? Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we? Yep, that's the way to do it. freefinker
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12:12am Tue 19 Feb 13

freefinker says...

southy wrote:
http://www.trueactiv

ist.com/gab_gallery/

12-year-old-girl-get

s-it-why-dont-you/Wh

y-can't-Capitalist/
.. oh, how ironic.
You direct us to the 'True Activist' site and it comes up with: -
'404 Error! Page Not Found'
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: http://www.trueactiv ist.com/gab_gallery/ 12-year-old-girl-get s-it-why-dont-you/Wh y-can't-Capitalist/[/p][/quote].. oh, how ironic. You direct us to the 'True Activist' site and it comes up with: - '404 Error! Page Not Found' freefinker
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12:49am Tue 19 Feb 13

southy says...

freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
http://www.trueactiv


ist.com/gab_gallery/


12-year-old-girl-get


s-it-why-dont-you/Wh


y-can't-Capitalist/
.. oh, how ironic.
You direct us to the 'True Activist' site and it comes up with: -
'404 Error! Page Not Found'
Try it from this other site

http://www.trueactiv
ist.com/gab_gallery/
12-year-old-girl-get
s-it-why-dont-you
[quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: http://www.trueactiv ist.com/gab_gallery/ 12-year-old-girl-get s-it-why-dont-you/Wh y-can't-Capitalist/[/p][/quote].. oh, how ironic. You direct us to the 'True Activist' site and it comes up with: - '404 Error! Page Not Found'[/p][/quote]Try it from this other site http://www.trueactiv ist.com/gab_gallery/ 12-year-old-girl-get s-it-why-dont-you southy
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12:56am Tue 19 Feb 13

southy says...

freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
http://www.youtube.c


om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE


_0
.. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is?
Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we?
Yep, that's the way to do it.
You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys.
Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot.

And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.
[quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE _0[/p][/quote].. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is? Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we? Yep, that's the way to do it.[/p][/quote]You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys. Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot. And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account. southy
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10:14am Tue 19 Feb 13

freefinker says...

southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
http://www.youtube.c



om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE



_0
.. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is?
Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we?
Yep, that's the way to do it.
You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys.
Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot.

And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.
.. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad.

Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE _0[/p][/quote].. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is? Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we? Yep, that's the way to do it.[/p][/quote]You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys. Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot. And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.[/p][/quote].. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad. Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%. freefinker
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10:51am Tue 19 Feb 13

OSPREYSAINT says...

MGRA wrote:
Stephen J wrote:
Back of fag packet calculation x what I reckon = Lib Dem hold. After all, 86 per cent of LibDem voters said that the Chris Huhne debacle won't change how they vote. In that light, the Lib Dem campaign so far is brilliant: say nothing, do nothing, and at least you won't make a gaffe!
very true.... BUT.... the margin was wafer thin, I reckon Sarah Palin , err, sorry Maria could nick it. I am not a tory voter but will tactically vote for her to keep the Camel-kickers wearing beard patrol out.
Vote for Hope, the rest are hopeless.
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: Back of fag packet calculation x what I reckon = Lib Dem hold. After all, 86 per cent of LibDem voters said that the Chris Huhne debacle won't change how they vote. In that light, the Lib Dem campaign so far is brilliant: say nothing, do nothing, and at least you won't make a gaffe![/p][/quote]very true.... BUT.... the margin was wafer thin, I reckon Sarah Palin , err, sorry Maria could nick it. I am not a tory voter but will tactically vote for her to keep the Camel-kickers wearing beard patrol out.[/p][/quote]Vote for Hope, the rest are hopeless. OSPREYSAINT
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10:55am Tue 19 Feb 13

southy says...

freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
http://www.youtube.c




om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE




_0
.. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is?
Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we?
Yep, that's the way to do it.
You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys.
Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot.

And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.
.. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad.

Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%.
Left wing do not do dirty tricks, we have no need to, thats why we can take the moral high ground.
Left wing do not control the media, Capitalist controls that. Capitalist and its right wing supporters, controls TV, Radio, Films, Newspapers and the majority of the internet (Murdoch wants to totally control the internet).
Look at the Echo who have they been doing majority storys on any Right Wing Party and there favourit seems to be UKIP printing in there favour, We all ways knew the Echo was Capitalist supporting paper just did not relise how far right wing they are.
Look what ITV done on the local news, when it came to the Hustings where all partys was represented, they showed a bit on Torys, Labour, Lib/Dems and UKIP so what about the rest nothing, They dare not show the whole hustings on TV because of Gavin showed what all the other party are about more so Lib/Dems, Torys, Lab and UKIP, He ask them questions that they would not answer over Jobs, NHS, Education, MP's wages and expenses. The people at the husting endded supporting and agreeing with Gavin and not the other partys, but they are not going to show you the full husting on tv or let you listen to it on radio, it was on youtube for just under 2 hours before it got removed.
The powers to be do not want any one seeing or hearing about any alteritive, it might give people ideas to it the system that we have is wrong.
[quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE _0[/p][/quote].. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is? Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we? Yep, that's the way to do it.[/p][/quote]You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys. Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot. And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.[/p][/quote].. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad. Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%.[/p][/quote]Left wing do not do dirty tricks, we have no need to, thats why we can take the moral high ground. Left wing do not control the media, Capitalist controls that. Capitalist and its right wing supporters, controls TV, Radio, Films, Newspapers and the majority of the internet (Murdoch wants to totally control the internet). Look at the Echo who have they been doing majority storys on any Right Wing Party and there favourit seems to be UKIP printing in there favour, We all ways knew the Echo was Capitalist supporting paper just did not relise how far right wing they are. Look what ITV done on the local news, when it came to the Hustings where all partys was represented, they showed a bit on Torys, Labour, Lib/Dems and UKIP so what about the rest nothing, They dare not show the whole hustings on TV because of Gavin showed what all the other party are about more so Lib/Dems, Torys, Lab and UKIP, He ask them questions that they would not answer over Jobs, NHS, Education, MP's wages and expenses. The people at the husting endded supporting and agreeing with Gavin and not the other partys, but they are not going to show you the full husting on tv or let you listen to it on radio, it was on youtube for just under 2 hours before it got removed. The powers to be do not want any one seeing or hearing about any alteritive, it might give people ideas to it the system that we have is wrong. southy
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11:15am Tue 19 Feb 13

jonnyx says...

"Hmm, yet another psuedo intelligent poster who resorts to insults.

Listen birdbrain..."

ironic.
"Hmm, yet another psuedo intelligent poster who resorts to insults. Listen birdbrain..." ironic. jonnyx
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11:26am Tue 19 Feb 13

Inform Al says...

southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
http://www.youtube.c





om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE





_0
.. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is?
Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we?
Yep, that's the way to do it.
You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys.
Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot.

And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.
.. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad.

Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%.
Left wing do not do dirty tricks, we have no need to, thats why we can take the moral high ground.
Left wing do not control the media, Capitalist controls that. Capitalist and its right wing supporters, controls TV, Radio, Films, Newspapers and the majority of the internet (Murdoch wants to totally control the internet).
Look at the Echo who have they been doing majority storys on any Right Wing Party and there favourit seems to be UKIP printing in there favour, We all ways knew the Echo was Capitalist supporting paper just did not relise how far right wing they are.
Look what ITV done on the local news, when it came to the Hustings where all partys was represented, they showed a bit on Torys, Labour, Lib/Dems and UKIP so what about the rest nothing, They dare not show the whole hustings on TV because of Gavin showed what all the other party are about more so Lib/Dems, Torys, Lab and UKIP, He ask them questions that they would not answer over Jobs, NHS, Education, MP's wages and expenses. The people at the husting endded supporting and agreeing with Gavin and not the other partys, but they are not going to show you the full husting on tv or let you listen to it on radio, it was on youtube for just under 2 hours before it got removed.
The powers to be do not want any one seeing or hearing about any alteritive, it might give people ideas to it the system that we have is wrong.
Actually far from supporting UKIP the Echo is maltreating their candidate as badly as the others, Tory excepted. When will you get it into your skull that UKIP, by actually wanting what the majority of us want and need, is therefore by defination the only socialist party taking part in this by election
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE _0[/p][/quote].. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is? Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we? Yep, that's the way to do it.[/p][/quote]You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys. Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot. And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.[/p][/quote].. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad. Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%.[/p][/quote]Left wing do not do dirty tricks, we have no need to, thats why we can take the moral high ground. Left wing do not control the media, Capitalist controls that. Capitalist and its right wing supporters, controls TV, Radio, Films, Newspapers and the majority of the internet (Murdoch wants to totally control the internet). Look at the Echo who have they been doing majority storys on any Right Wing Party and there favourit seems to be UKIP printing in there favour, We all ways knew the Echo was Capitalist supporting paper just did not relise how far right wing they are. Look what ITV done on the local news, when it came to the Hustings where all partys was represented, they showed a bit on Torys, Labour, Lib/Dems and UKIP so what about the rest nothing, They dare not show the whole hustings on TV because of Gavin showed what all the other party are about more so Lib/Dems, Torys, Lab and UKIP, He ask them questions that they would not answer over Jobs, NHS, Education, MP's wages and expenses. The people at the husting endded supporting and agreeing with Gavin and not the other partys, but they are not going to show you the full husting on tv or let you listen to it on radio, it was on youtube for just under 2 hours before it got removed. The powers to be do not want any one seeing or hearing about any alteritive, it might give people ideas to it the system that we have is wrong.[/p][/quote]Actually far from supporting UKIP the Echo is maltreating their candidate as badly as the others, Tory excepted. When will you get it into your skull that UKIP, by actually wanting what the majority of us want and need, is therefore by defination the only socialist party taking part in this by election Inform Al
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11:34am Tue 19 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
http://www.youtube.c





om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE





_0
.. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is?
Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we?
Yep, that's the way to do it.
You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys.
Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot.

And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.
.. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad.

Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%.
Left wing do not do dirty tricks, we have no need to, thats why we can take the moral high ground.
Left wing do not control the media, Capitalist controls that. Capitalist and its right wing supporters, controls TV, Radio, Films, Newspapers and the majority of the internet (Murdoch wants to totally control the internet).
Look at the Echo who have they been doing majority storys on any Right Wing Party and there favourit seems to be UKIP printing in there favour, We all ways knew the Echo was Capitalist supporting paper just did not relise how far right wing they are.
Look what ITV done on the local news, when it came to the Hustings where all partys was represented, they showed a bit on Torys, Labour, Lib/Dems and UKIP so what about the rest nothing, They dare not show the whole hustings on TV because of Gavin showed what all the other party are about more so Lib/Dems, Torys, Lab and UKIP, He ask them questions that they would not answer over Jobs, NHS, Education, MP's wages and expenses. The people at the husting endded supporting and agreeing with Gavin and not the other partys, but they are not going to show you the full husting on tv or let you listen to it on radio, it was on youtube for just under 2 hours before it got removed.
The powers to be do not want any one seeing or hearing about any alteritive, it might give people ideas to it the system that we have is wrong.
Just watched Daz Procter's latest video. In 9.5 minutes of unscripted ramble, he basically says, "Big business owes £120bn in tax. We would get that back so no need for cuts. Vote TUSC!" And that's it. Oh dear.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE _0[/p][/quote].. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is? Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we? Yep, that's the way to do it.[/p][/quote]You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys. Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot. And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.[/p][/quote].. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad. Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%.[/p][/quote]Left wing do not do dirty tricks, we have no need to, thats why we can take the moral high ground. Left wing do not control the media, Capitalist controls that. Capitalist and its right wing supporters, controls TV, Radio, Films, Newspapers and the majority of the internet (Murdoch wants to totally control the internet). Look at the Echo who have they been doing majority storys on any Right Wing Party and there favourit seems to be UKIP printing in there favour, We all ways knew the Echo was Capitalist supporting paper just did not relise how far right wing they are. Look what ITV done on the local news, when it came to the Hustings where all partys was represented, they showed a bit on Torys, Labour, Lib/Dems and UKIP so what about the rest nothing, They dare not show the whole hustings on TV because of Gavin showed what all the other party are about more so Lib/Dems, Torys, Lab and UKIP, He ask them questions that they would not answer over Jobs, NHS, Education, MP's wages and expenses. The people at the husting endded supporting and agreeing with Gavin and not the other partys, but they are not going to show you the full husting on tv or let you listen to it on radio, it was on youtube for just under 2 hours before it got removed. The powers to be do not want any one seeing or hearing about any alteritive, it might give people ideas to it the system that we have is wrong.[/p][/quote]Just watched Daz Procter's latest video. In 9.5 minutes of unscripted ramble, he basically says, "Big business owes £120bn in tax. We would get that back so no need for cuts. Vote TUSC!" And that's it. Oh dear. Stephen J
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12:08pm Tue 19 Feb 13

freefinker says...

Stephen J wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
http://www.youtube.c






om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE






_0
.. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is?
Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we?
Yep, that's the way to do it.
You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys.
Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot.

And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.
.. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad.

Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%.
Left wing do not do dirty tricks, we have no need to, thats why we can take the moral high ground.
Left wing do not control the media, Capitalist controls that. Capitalist and its right wing supporters, controls TV, Radio, Films, Newspapers and the majority of the internet (Murdoch wants to totally control the internet).
Look at the Echo who have they been doing majority storys on any Right Wing Party and there favourit seems to be UKIP printing in there favour, We all ways knew the Echo was Capitalist supporting paper just did not relise how far right wing they are.
Look what ITV done on the local news, when it came to the Hustings where all partys was represented, they showed a bit on Torys, Labour, Lib/Dems and UKIP so what about the rest nothing, They dare not show the whole hustings on TV because of Gavin showed what all the other party are about more so Lib/Dems, Torys, Lab and UKIP, He ask them questions that they would not answer over Jobs, NHS, Education, MP's wages and expenses. The people at the husting endded supporting and agreeing with Gavin and not the other partys, but they are not going to show you the full husting on tv or let you listen to it on radio, it was on youtube for just under 2 hours before it got removed.
The powers to be do not want any one seeing or hearing about any alteritive, it might give people ideas to it the system that we have is wrong.
Just watched Daz Procter's latest video. In 9.5 minutes of unscripted ramble, he basically says, "Big business owes £120bn in tax. We would get that back so no need for cuts. Vote TUSC!" And that's it. Oh dear.
.. amazing, isn't it.

Now this £120 billion. Apparently it has been 'evaded' not avoided according to Daz. So, the accusation is that these big corporations are acting illegally.

Don’t know where they got this figure from and over how long a period it has been accumulating. These sorts of details are totally missing from this presentation.

And anyway, the public sector net debt was £1,111.4 billion at the end of December 2012. So this £120 billion, even if was illegally withheld, and we could actually collect it, wouldn’t make much of a dent. We are still in a huge financial mess to which TUSC has no practical solutions.
[quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE _0[/p][/quote].. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is? Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we? Yep, that's the way to do it.[/p][/quote]You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys. Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot. And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.[/p][/quote].. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad. Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%.[/p][/quote]Left wing do not do dirty tricks, we have no need to, thats why we can take the moral high ground. Left wing do not control the media, Capitalist controls that. Capitalist and its right wing supporters, controls TV, Radio, Films, Newspapers and the majority of the internet (Murdoch wants to totally control the internet). Look at the Echo who have they been doing majority storys on any Right Wing Party and there favourit seems to be UKIP printing in there favour, We all ways knew the Echo was Capitalist supporting paper just did not relise how far right wing they are. Look what ITV done on the local news, when it came to the Hustings where all partys was represented, they showed a bit on Torys, Labour, Lib/Dems and UKIP so what about the rest nothing, They dare not show the whole hustings on TV because of Gavin showed what all the other party are about more so Lib/Dems, Torys, Lab and UKIP, He ask them questions that they would not answer over Jobs, NHS, Education, MP's wages and expenses. The people at the husting endded supporting and agreeing with Gavin and not the other partys, but they are not going to show you the full husting on tv or let you listen to it on radio, it was on youtube for just under 2 hours before it got removed. The powers to be do not want any one seeing or hearing about any alteritive, it might give people ideas to it the system that we have is wrong.[/p][/quote]Just watched Daz Procter's latest video. In 9.5 minutes of unscripted ramble, he basically says, "Big business owes £120bn in tax. We would get that back so no need for cuts. Vote TUSC!" And that's it. Oh dear.[/p][/quote].. amazing, isn't it. Now this £120 billion. Apparently it has been 'evaded' not avoided according to Daz. So, the accusation is that these big corporations are acting illegally. Don’t know where they got this figure from and over how long a period it has been accumulating. These sorts of details are totally missing from this presentation. And anyway, the public sector net debt was £1,111.4 billion at the end of December 2012. So this £120 billion, even if was illegally withheld, and we could actually collect it, wouldn’t make much of a dent. We are still in a huge financial mess to which TUSC has no practical solutions. freefinker
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12:27pm Tue 19 Feb 13

Stephen J says...

freefinker wrote:
Stephen J wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
freefinker wrote:
southy wrote:
http://www.youtube.c







om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE







_0
.. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is?
Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we?
Yep, that's the way to do it.
You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys.
Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot.

And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.
.. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad.

Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%.
Left wing do not do dirty tricks, we have no need to, thats why we can take the moral high ground.
Left wing do not control the media, Capitalist controls that. Capitalist and its right wing supporters, controls TV, Radio, Films, Newspapers and the majority of the internet (Murdoch wants to totally control the internet).
Look at the Echo who have they been doing majority storys on any Right Wing Party and there favourit seems to be UKIP printing in there favour, We all ways knew the Echo was Capitalist supporting paper just did not relise how far right wing they are.
Look what ITV done on the local news, when it came to the Hustings where all partys was represented, they showed a bit on Torys, Labour, Lib/Dems and UKIP so what about the rest nothing, They dare not show the whole hustings on TV because of Gavin showed what all the other party are about more so Lib/Dems, Torys, Lab and UKIP, He ask them questions that they would not answer over Jobs, NHS, Education, MP's wages and expenses. The people at the husting endded supporting and agreeing with Gavin and not the other partys, but they are not going to show you the full husting on tv or let you listen to it on radio, it was on youtube for just under 2 hours before it got removed.
The powers to be do not want any one seeing or hearing about any alteritive, it might give people ideas to it the system that we have is wrong.
Just watched Daz Procter's latest video. In 9.5 minutes of unscripted ramble, he basically says, "Big business owes £120bn in tax. We would get that back so no need for cuts. Vote TUSC!" And that's it. Oh dear.
.. amazing, isn't it.

Now this £120 billion. Apparently it has been 'evaded' not avoided according to Daz. So, the accusation is that these big corporations are acting illegally.

Don’t know where they got this figure from and over how long a period it has been accumulating. These sorts of details are totally missing from this presentation.

And anyway, the public sector net debt was £1,111.4 billion at the end of December 2012. So this £120 billion, even if was illegally withheld, and we could actually collect it, wouldn’t make much of a dent. We are still in a huge financial mess to which TUSC has no practical solutions.
And if the production values of the video are an indication of what he thinks being an MP is all about, it's no wonder he thinks he can do the job on three farthings a week.
[quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stephen J[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=sxnM82SRE _0[/p][/quote].. so, 1 minute 18 seconds is all there is? Air brushed out the rest like a good Stalinist, have we? Yep, that's the way to do it.[/p][/quote]You mean the way ITV, air brushed out the TUSC out of the Hustings on Sunday making it look like Gavin never said a thing, when he got the room agreeing with him, and not the other partys. Mind you I not suprise, because Gavin showed those right wingers right up even the UKIP lot. And when you take into account how the media is not giving the TUSC the coverage, they are doing the best out of the lot of them, when media coverage is taken into account.[/p][/quote].. ah, so what you are saying is that your dirty tricks are the same as the right wing capitalist dirty tricks. So, the moral high ground is obviously not yours; you’re just as bad. Meanwhile, as you have already told us that 90% of the internet is incorrect false propaganda, I don't think I'll take the chance of believing this is the wonderfully true 10%.[/p][/quote]Left wing do not do dirty tricks, we have no need to, thats why we can take the moral high ground. Left wing do not control the media, Capitalist controls that. Capitalist and its right wing supporters, controls TV, Radio, Films, Newspapers and the majority of the internet (Murdoch wants to totally control the internet). Look at the Echo who have they been doing majority storys on any Right Wing Party and there favourit seems to be UKIP printing in there favour, We all ways knew the Echo was Capitalist supporting paper just did not relise how far right wing they are. Look what ITV done on the local news, when it came to the Hustings where all partys was represented, they showed a bit on Torys, Labour, Lib/Dems and UKIP so what about the rest nothing, They dare not show the whole hustings on TV because of Gavin showed what all the other party are about more so Lib/Dems, Torys, Lab and UKIP, He ask them questions that they would not answer over Jobs, NHS, Education, MP's wages and expenses. The people at the husting endded supporting and agreeing with Gavin and not the other partys, but they are not going to show you the full husting on tv or let you listen to it on radio, it was on youtube for just under 2 hours before it got removed. The powers to be do not want any one seeing or hearing about any alteritive, it might give people ideas to it the system that we have is wrong.[/p][/quote]Just watched Daz Procter's latest video. In 9.5 minutes of unscripted ramble, he basically says, "Big business owes £120bn in tax. We would get that back so no need for cuts. Vote TUSC!" And that's it. Oh dear.[/p][/quote].. amazing, isn't it. Now this £120 billion. Apparently it has been 'evaded' not avoided according to Daz. So, the accusation is that these big corporations are acting illegally. Don’t know where they got this figure from and over how long a period it has been accumulating. These sorts of details are totally missing from this presentation. And anyway, the public sector net debt was £1,111.4 billion at the end of December 2012. So this £120 billion, even if was illegally withheld, and we could actually collect it, wouldn’t make much of a dent. We are still in a huge financial mess to which TUSC has no practical solutions.[/p][/quote]And if the production values of the video are an indication of what he thinks being an MP is all about, it's no wonder he thinks he can do the job on three farthings a week. Stephen J
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1:18pm Tue 19 Feb 13

Inform Al says...

OMG as much as that!
OMG as much as that! Inform Al
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2:30pm Tue 19 Feb 13

Donald2000 says...

jonnyx wrote:
"Hmm, yet another psuedo intelligent poster who resorts to insults.

Listen birdbrain..."

ironic.
There's nothing ironic about it. You are doing the same as me; you are just on here to take a pop at someone, same as I am. If you can't see that you really are a birdbrain. Now if you don't mind, I really do have more important things to do than to trade insults with you and if you had any real brain you would stop whingeing and do the same.
[quote][p][bold]jonnyx[/bold] wrote: "Hmm, yet another psuedo intelligent poster who resorts to insults. Listen birdbrain..." ironic.[/p][/quote]There's nothing ironic about it. You are doing the same as me; you are just on here to take a pop at someone, same as I am. If you can't see that you really are a birdbrain. Now if you don't mind, I really do have more important things to do than to trade insults with you and if you had any real brain you would stop whingeing and do the same. Donald2000
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