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'So, I'm Sue. Sue Sylvester. The Conservatives have failed us, or at least politics has failed them. Millions voted for them, yet they never got to be Supreme President. Despite being largest party, they were ignored for government on some occasions.
We need a change at the top and that change folks, is me. Sue. I know the game, I know how politics works, we need some good fashioned common sense and an individual who knows about it. That person, is me.
Sue's Corner is designed to interrogate and make the lives hell of the other politicians, whilst providing a service for the public. We will stand for whatever is common sensual at the time. Whether this be awarding gays marriage, or tying them up and setting them alight. I will be the missing piece of Solentian politics.
And that's how Sue C's it. '
P.S Look out for my journal.
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