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Press victims could stand in next election against Leveson deniers

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Press victims could stand in next election against Leveson deniers

Post by Guest on 04.12.12 12:41

Charlotte Church and Gerry McCann mooted as candidates to stand against Cameron, Gove & Co


Read more: http://www.theweek.co.uk/politics/leveson-report/50406/press-victims-could-stand-next-election-against-leveson-deniers#ixzz2E5Pmn5ug
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Post by Guest on 04.12.12 13:03

Popcorn wrote:Charlotte Church and Gerry McCann mooted as candidates to stand against Cameron, Gove & Co


Read more: http://www.theweek.co.uk/politics/leveson-report/50406/press-victims-could-stand-next-election-against-leveson-deniers#ixzz2E5Pmn5ug

But who would vote for Gerry, that paragon of parenthood?
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Post by Guest on 04.12.12 13:09

There's certainly a few vociferous supporters who would fall over themselves in their haste to vote for Gerry but of course they would have to be registered for voting in the appropriate constituency.
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Post by tigger on 04.12.12 18:39

Jean wrote:There's certainly a few vociferous supporters who would fall over themselves in their haste to vote for Gerry but of course they would have to be registered for voting in the appropriate constituency.

Milliband could parachute him into a 'safe' constituency of course. Gosh, it's taken quite a time to get going on his political ambitions, addressed a bunch of MPs well over five years ago, then nothing. Long climb back on the ladder to PM status. Why stop at MP?
Gerald McCann for Prime Minister? spit coffee


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Post by Woofer on 04.12.12 19:14

Couldn`t think of anyone more qualified.

Probably better than Cameron himself as long as he can get out of the habit of flicking his ear, his nose and whatever else when he lies.
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Post by Ribisl on 04.12.12 19:49

Gerry McCann has always given me the impression of harbouring an ambition to get into politics and having taken every opportunity to advance towards that goal.

From what we have seen of him so far, he certainly possesses certain qualities that should help him along in politics, namely he is ruthless, focused, is capable of making quick decisions and putting across his points quite well. Unfortunately for him, however, he's been found out to be a liar on numerous occasions and he is not at all likable.

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Post by Miraflores on 04.12.12 22:03

@Ribisl wrote:.....
Unfortunately for him, however, he's been found out to be a liar on numerous occasions and he is not at all likable.

None of this has stopped people becoming politicians in the past. (Maybe I'm just cynical in my old age.)
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Re: Press victims could stand in next election against Leveson deniers

Post by Guest on 04.12.12 22:11

@tigger wrote:
Jean wrote:There's certainly a few vociferous supporters who would fall over themselves in their haste to vote for Gerry but of course they would have to be registered for voting in the appropriate constituency.

Milliband could parachute him into a 'safe' constituency of course. Gosh, it's taken quite a time to get going on his political ambitions, addressed a bunch of MPs well over five years ago, then nothing. Long climb back on the ladder to PM status. Why stop at MP?
Gerald McCann for Prime Minister?


For Queen?
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Post by Guest on 04.12.12 22:14

@Ribisl wrote:Gerry McCann has always given me the impression of harbouring an ambition to get into politics and having taken every opportunity to advance towards that goal.

From what we have seen of him so far, he certainly possesses certain qualities that should help him along in politics, namely he is ruthless, focused, is capable of making quick decisions and putting across his points quite well. Unfortunately for him, however, he's been found out to be a liar on numerous occasions and he is not at all likable.

What's the ticket he would run on?

And politicians need political wives.
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Post by Guest on 04.12.12 22:34

@Portia wrote:
@tigger wrote:[...]
Gerald McCann for Prime Minister?

For Queen?
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Now that's an idea ...
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