Sarah Atherton having a nightmare with her campaign leaflets

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    Llayby lilly
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    Perhaps people would consider voting for her if she even had the basic decency to turn up to the local hustings and put her point across to the electorate.

    Tories seem to be specialists at empty chairs at debates. Her colleague in Clwyd South was able to make it, so the fact that she couldn’t is ridiculous – something everyone will see when Wrexham.com posts the debates tonight.

    I have it on good authority Matt that she was busy watching the Queens Speech with your mate Jeremy….!!

    Lilly

    #177733

    Matt
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    I have it on good authority Matt that she was busy watching the Queens Speech with your mate Jeremy….!!

    Lilly

    #177734

    MP1953
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    @ MP1953 LOL LOL[/quote]

    Lilly

    In case you missed my previous posts about my Great grandmother, she apparently used to say if there were just a Tory or a Donkey to vote for, she would vote for the Donkey, I just wonder what she would make of all that is going on now :)

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

    #177736

    Matt
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    In case you missed my previous posts about my Great grandmother, she apparently used to say if there were just a Tory or a Donkey to vote for, she would vote for the Donkey, I just wonder what she would make of all that is going on now :)

    There’d be a major risk that your Great Grandmother would be mistaken & vote for Sarah Atherton this election because she’s currently doing a great job of making a complete ass out of herself.

    #177906
    Sheefag
    Sheefag
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    Matt makes Jimmy Tarbuck look funny.

    #177909

    MP1953
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    Where have you been Sheefag, your wit has been missed :)

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.

    #177910

    wrexview
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    Twenty-three separate pieces of election literature have been posted through my letter box so far! They will all be recycled of course !!

    #177922
    Sheefag
    Sheefag
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    These glossy leaflets have played havoc with me piles.

    #177925

    The Speaking Truth
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    Had one with the headline Cllr Atherton can they just give themselves titles these days? No official imprint, change of agent I’m sensing trouble in camp tory. Not forgetting the comments on social media.

    I’ll be supporting a candidate who’s leaflets were printed in Welsh!

    #177944
    Sheefag
    Sheefag
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    Well I routinely refer to myself as The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and nobody ever complains.

    Get yourself a title.

    Start small with something like ‘Fishtits, God Of The Speaking Truth’ bellowed out in a ‘Brian Blessed’ voice and bask in the newly found respect from neighbours and law enforcers.

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