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Theresa May: A Political Obituary

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Posted By: MissMolly, 5/26/2019 4:06:22 AM

On Friday, Theresa May, perhaps the worst Conservative prime minister in recent history, announced her resignation outside of number 10 Downing Street. She will step down effective June 7. “I have done my best,” she insisted. “I have done everything I can. . . . I believe it was right to persevere even when the odds against success seemed high.” She went on: For many years, the great humanitarian Sir Nicholas Winton, who saved the lives of hundreds of children by arranging their evacuation from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia through Kindertransport, was my constituent in Maidenhead. At another time of political controversy, a few years before his death,

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Highlander 5/26/2019 4:48:18 AM (No. 84406)
She always struck me as being a mere bureaucratic administrator, rather than a bold leader as Thatcher. She was way over her head from the start, a complete ninny.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Marjbaldwin 5/26/2019 7:05:43 AM (No. 84469)
"Conservative" parties all through Europe have largely gone the way of the RINO. Which is why the EuroEnemedia is currently trying to paint the upcoming alternative parties as the second coming of the Third Reich, just as the US Enemedia painted the Tea Party as racists and the MAGA movement as retarded hillbillies. They are terrified that anyone would actually fight back against the constant creep of socialism...
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Reply 3 - Posted by: PostAway 5/26/2019 7:23:13 AM (No. 84480)
May has been politically ambitious since girlhood. Gathering political clout is different from political talent or a desire to serve the public. As it happens, she proved politically inept. And I’m not the first to notice that like Macron, Merkel, Juncker and several other European leaders, May has no children. Her regard for Britain’s future, therefore, may be less immediate and personal.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Strike3 5/26/2019 8:33:39 AM (No. 84511)
Ouch, May has been a complete failure, just like the incompetent doorknob we tolerated for eight long years. There were also many points where his resignation would have been proper and welcome. When the European Union was formed there were some good ideas involved, such as the common currency. Once the member countries relinquished their authority and opened their borders, all was lost. Here, it would be like giving New Jersey complete control of the United States. Who would be foolish enough to agree to that?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Jethro bo 5/26/2019 9:06:31 AM (No. 84524)
Brixit isn't a movement of the ruling elite. It is grass roots and of the People. So she was given a task, get GB out of the disaster call European Union, and move GB back to its potential of prespertity and self goobernence. May never wanted to leave her career making EU gig and did all she could, as did all ruling EU bureaucrats, to keep their ruling calss permanent. Alas, its not working and she gets the boot. Democrats might, just might examine this poltical case failure and take heed. It was the People that put Trump in the Oval office and it will be the People, just like in GB, that will send a powerful message to those that fail to deliver on the People's desires for life, liberty, freedom and goobernment to get the Hades out of our lives!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: ToryWhite 5/26/2019 10:03:25 AM (No. 84563)
Yes, May was completely n/a for the role, but the bigger question is, how did she get there? Britain has had a string of total undesirables in the PM slot for several rounds now. The Tories are half-baked, many just pretentious and self-serving. The Labor party is unspeakably bad. Everything else in between is not really going to go anywhere. Except Brexit. God willing, Brexit will break the downswing of Britain's culture and heritage before the knife-wielding, mostly Muslim terrorists bring the people to their knees. And Europe, which is really not at all the same as Britain, is much farther along in losing all pretence of sanity. Britain needs to save its own neck now, or give it up. May and Company can move to Brussels and get drunk on French wine with the likes of Junker.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 5/26/2019 10:07:00 AM (No. 84564)
May was a British RINO. Wanted to appease her liberal and conservative buds at the same time. Her continually paling it up with Germany's Erthel Merkel always rubbed me the wrong way because it solidified my view the May had an inside track with the modern-day Illuminati and Merkel. May was no Maggie Thatcher. Not even close.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Omen55 5/26/2019 10:07:27 AM (No. 84566)
Thatcher will always tower over this little girl.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Chuzzles 5/26/2019 10:45:17 AM (No. 84583)
She did her best to be the most pathetic leader Britain ever had. She was not worthy to fill Maggie Thatcher's shoes at all. Thatcher would never have ignored the will of the people, not like May has done. Pathetic drone is the best way to describe May, and that is what she will be known for. Now the question is, is Britain ready for a PM like Boris Johnson?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: DVC 5/26/2019 12:53:12 PM (No. 84640)
I was never impressed by her, not even slightly. Like #1, she seemed a very small, very ordinary, and very much not the problem solving type. And I really think she was trying to go as close to a "Brexit without the exit" as she could get. And she angered both the Brexiteers and the Remainers, and that is a perfectly losing place as you can get to . Good riddance, she should have never been there. Over her head on day one.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: DVC 5/26/2019 12:54:43 PM (No. 84641)
oops, ' that is as perfectly a losing place...."
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Speedypetey 5/26/2019 1:38:33 PM (No. 84671)
We have a factory in the Midlands and the employees had so much misplaced faith in Prime Minister May. They live in neighborhoods where they work long hours but next door the Polish immigrant family sit of the front steps with an unkept garden, lawn, smoking cigarettes and drinking beer. The were a part of the 52% vote that experience the EU mass migration first hand. The Bankd of England and Barclays being robbed to fund southern EU country vacationers is unbelievable that corrupt Brit political elites would tolerate.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Faldo 5/26/2019 2:48:55 PM (No. 84702)
#6 asks, how did she get there? Rupert....!
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Reply 14 - Posted by: swarfer 5/26/2019 3:08:24 PM (No. 84712)
England is sovereign country and ultimately is not bound by any EU agreement. Brexit is a revolution. Revolutions change everything.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Lawsy0 5/26/2019 5:05:49 PM (No. 84776)
Didn't old king Nebuchadnezzar dream about such a union being built and then later knocked down. (Dan. 2) Maybe I'm thinking of Saint John about a group of 7 nations and 10 horns. Back to the drawing board.
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