Blair Quits - General Election Called!

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SCoy

War Hero
#1
Ha, got you.

With all of this debacle going on, it got me thinking about who I would vote for if an election were called tomorrow.

Assuming Lab= Brown, Con = Cameron and Lib Dem = Campbell who would you vote for?

I don't think Brown would make a good PM, although he might focus more on domestic issues.

Cameron has talked a lot, but that is what he is paid to do in Opposition, and remains unproven. Plus, Labour were still voted in despite the controversy last time.

Are the Liberal Democrats more than a collective of single-issues, and good local councillers?
 
#6
SCoy said:
Cameron has talked a lot, but that is what he is paid to do in Opposition, and remains unproven.
The press (for it is they who wield a disproportionate influence over floating voters) seem to have conveniently forgotten that Liabour clown parade of 1997 was condemned by journalists all over the country because they had virtually no experience or a single coherent policy to their name - they just banged the sleaze drum as hard as they could.
 
#7
Peter Hain's put himself forward for Deputy Leader of the Labour Party.

David Miliband says he is not planning to run for Labour's deputy leadership - but Northern Ireland and Wales Secretary Peter Hain is to go for it.
Full story here.
 
#8
Dunno... But I'd bet a pretty penny that the next Government will be Labour....Again.
 
#9
I can't see anyone from the working classes voting labour again, problem is, the main parties are all the same. Cameron appears to be a Bliar clone and the Lib Benders are a joke.


Interesting to note "Other" is in second place.
 
#10
Did a straw poll thingy on the telly during the week about "Should Blair Go?" and I know these things can be skewed but there was a good few of the folk saying what a wonderful man they thought he was... Best PM since Churchill was mentioned by one old dear. I's say it's very far from being a cut & dried issue that they're going out next election...
 

chimera

LE
Moderator
#11
Judging by the way the poll is going we can count on the Labour luvvies in the MOD to make sure that the Service voting is screwed up like last time......
 
#12
You *, I thought that was the real deal.

Got to be Conservative. No other option.
 
#13
Brown has already made budget reports grow from being a 300 page single volume in 97, to several thousand page multi volume affairs in the last 10 years.

For no discernible benefit (aprat from more tax)
The Man cannot resisit fiddling and tweaking and breathing like a bloke doing front crawl!

If he gets in every government departmentto fiddle with expect every tree in the amazon to quiver in fear of the amount of paperwork this bloke will generate.
 
#14
does not matter as the * are ALL out for themselves & too screw US over.
 
#16
Gggrrrr you got my hopes up then.

I voted Liabour. Before everyone starts baying for my blood I will explain my reasons. I quite like Brown and don't think he is at all bad, I also think he is good for International relations.

I would normally vote Lib Dem but I think Ming is worthless as the leader of the party. He has barely been seen on televison and I am starting to wonder if he has been planted there to lose the Lib Dems the botes they had started to gain from Labour.

Not much choice left then as I will NEVER vote Conservative.*



*unless they were the only oppostion to the BNP / Respect / UKIP which will never happen
 

Nehustan

On ROPS
On ROPs
#18
I voted other, I think I cannot vote for Brutus and Senate type Libdems anymore...
 
#19
jest265 said:
Gggrrrr you got my hopes up then.

I voted Liabour. Before everyone starts baying for my blood I will explain my reasons. I quite like Brown and don't think he is at all bad, I also think he is good for International relations.

I would normally vote Lib Dem but I think Ming is worthless as the leader of the party. He has barely been seen on televison and I am starting to wonder if he has been planted there to lose the Lib Dems the botes they had started to gain from Labour.

Not much choice left then as I will NEVER vote Conservative.*


*unless they were the only oppostion to the BNP / Respect / UKIP which will never happen
Don't limit yourself will you?

I was thinking of voting for Ming in the hope that he turns himself, via a media-osmosis into a semi-authoratanian wing-collared benevolant dictator......but the reports from the party conference toaday lead me to belive that I may as ell vote for Screamiming Lord Sutch
 
#20
londonirish said:
jest265 said:
Gggrrrr you got my hopes up then.

I voted Liabour. Before everyone starts baying for my blood I will explain my reasons. I quite like Brown and don't think he is at all bad, I also think he is good for International relations.

I would normally vote Lib Dem but I think Ming is worthless as the leader of the party. He has barely been seen on televison and I am starting to wonder if he has been planted there to lose the Lib Dems the botes they had started to gain from Labour.

Not much choice left then as I will NEVER vote Conservative.*


*unless they were the only oppostion to the BNP / Respect / UKIP which will never happen
Don't limit yourself will you?

I was thinking of voting for Ming in the hope that he turns himself, via a media-osmosis into a semi-authoratanian wing-collared benevolant dictator......but the reports from the party conference toaday lead me to belive that I may as ell vote for Screamiming Lord Sutch
Who unfortunately is dead :( Shame, the manifesto was a work of genius.
Can't believe how many people have got caught by this thread though teehee :D
 

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