How would you vote in a general election next week - a poll

What party would you vote for.

  • Tory

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Lib Dem

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • SNP

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Plaid Cymru

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Sinn Fein / IRA

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • SDLP

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • DUP

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • UUP

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Green

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Monster Raving Loony

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • UKIP

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Far Right: BNP etc

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Far Left: Communist, Respect, Scargill etc

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Labour (No really...)

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    0

BuggerAll

LE
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#1
Apologies if I've left you party off, but I've tried to cover all the major ones.

Apologies for missing - Independent.
 
#2
Right, who are the commies?! Thought we got rid of you lot in the 80's. KGBresident, is that you? You do know Stalin was a very bad man indeed, don't you?
 
#3
Interesting to note how our cousins across the pond threw out the Obama rubbish in both Virginia and heavily Democrat New Jersey.

Does this fall in line with the move to the right of most Western European govts?

we shall see what the UK does in the coming months, but, my guess is the people have had enough of the socialists, and associated vermin.
 
#4
an option for Independant would have been nice, anyone out there in the constituancy that Esther Rantzen is standing?

bring back the monster raving looney part, the BnP with the racism and nationalism removed
 

BuggerAll

LE
Kit Reviewer
Book Reviewer
#5
ta_wannabe_sig said:
an option for Independant would have been nice, anyone out there in the constituancy that Esther Rantzen is standing?

bring back the monster raving looney part, the BnP with the racism and nationalism removed
My apologies -
 
#6
In a GE I would have to vote Tory as the best of those that are not a wasted vote. In a local by-election type scenario I would register a protest vote with one of the Euro-Sceptic parties.
 
#7
have gone for tory as i am not liking labour currently, so may as well give them a go, its not as if they could make any more mistakes than labour
 
#8
Why is their no option to spoil my card? I might have voted Tory until Cast Iron Dave began to rust.
 
#9
I've voted Tory in every election, both local and national, since 1979 and have never, ever regretted it, even for a moment. How many Labour voters can say the same?

My old man was the same until the last local election when he voted Lib/Dem *spit* because they offered to sort out a local traffic bottleneck. He now regrets it as the town goes to peices, both physically and metaphorically, around him.



PS I'm getting really good at saying 'Told you so'. :)
 
#10
UKIP I'm afraid Devious Dave intends to do nothing about the Lisbon Teaty so I cannot vote for him
Voting Conservative evidently means acceting the Lisbon Treaty and I just cannot do that.
If that means Brown is returned to power so be it, I'll bail out and emmigrate as Cameron and Brown are both cut from the same cloth, the UK is condemned to being a european sattelite under either of them.
 
#11
shape.when.wet said:
Right, who are the commies?! Thought we got rid of you lot in the 80's. KGBresident, is that you? You do know Stalin was a very bad man indeed, don't you?
The vote for the "Far left" was ME! I was the first to vote, so, initially, the "Far left" had 100% of the vote. I haven't done the maths, but that 2% is possibly only down to The Bovington Popular Front. :D
 
#12
Some cnut voted for the Provo's.
Is the tower still in use.
 
#13
I'll admit that I voted SNP in the poll and will at the election. In my defence, it's because they are the best chance of getting rid of Maj (sacked) E Joyce in this first-past-the-post system. That the SNP candidate is a nice guy and will make a decent local MP helps too.
 
#14
Off topic. One of my wifes friends dad is a local Labour councillor, & they are looking for younger people to get involved in politics. My wifes friend thought I'd be suitable. I didn't know whether to be offended at the thought of being branded a Labour supporter, or chuffed to be thought of as "young".
 
#16
My mp is oneof those who has been shamed by the expnses scandal. Nationally I would vote Con (first time I have felt they actually deserve my vote) yet I'm not sure I can vote for the candidate. They havent resigned and the local party has failed to remove them. I'd probably vote for a Tory independant but then I make it less likely that my vote goes towards removing the present £$%^
 
#17
I've put down Lib Dem - personally I'd rather spoil my ballot, but I think it would be more interesting to try help make them the UK's 2nd party after the Tories. Just to shake things up a bit, keep people on their toes, that sort of thing.
 

Biped

LE
Book Reviewer
#18
#19
I would turn up as usual and spoil my vote, as non of the cnuts deserve or have earned my support. These grabbing B'stards are unworthy of being in their positions of power or responsibility, and care only about their interests...Not ours!!!!!! :x
 
#20
Biped said:
You forgot the English Democracts.

English Democracts

Yeah - he mentioned the major parties though.

I have voted Lib Dem - where I live they are second place to Labour and actually have a chance of removing the hated cow that is my MP - so I would vote for them even though I do not agree with some of their policies.

Oh, and I have a thing for Vince Cable too.......
 

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