What a lost opportunity. They all played perfectly into Giles’s …

Comment on Braitling preferences ‘not a get Giles exercise’ by Braedon Earley.

What a lost opportunity. They all played perfectly into Giles’s plan.
He wasn’t interested in anyone else in his party winning a seat, only his own.
He knew his opponents better than he thought, well played Giles.
Might I suggest some of you political savants get together and work out a strategy, which doesn’t include you be played for what it looks like you are.

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