Poll - Who would you vote for in an election tomorrow?

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by crabby, Mar 26, 2006.

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  1. Tony Blair *shudder*

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. David Cameron - We've seen the mouth, what about the trousers?

    35.5%
  3. Gordon Brown - *yawn*

    6.5%
  4. That new Lib Dem one... you know... the old one...

    6.5%
  5. For old time's sake... Charles Kennedy - Another fat Scot

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. BNP?/NF/Any other Hitlerish party

    16.1%
  7. Greens (not uniform, generally the colour of their underwear after a week in a tree)

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. Good CO, Bad CO etc... ARRSE rules

    35.5%

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  1. Given recent events surrounding mostly Blair, but partly Cameron, a budget and also a new leader of the Lib Dems, if we had a vote tomorrow who would you vote for? (and why???)
     
  2. Can honestly say that none of the current parties inspire me. I would prefer the old days when they werent all so middle ground. When the Tories were to the right and Labour to the left, then of course you had the Liberals who werent really for anything in particular.

    If the Conservatives went to the right slightly they would appeal to me more, but alas i cant see it happening. Though if i had to seriously vote tomorrow it would be Conservative, not so much a protest vote against Labour but i do think we need a change. To me the Liberals are still in my opinion unelectable, too many bad memories of the drunk idiot who tried to capitalise on the war and didnt really offer up much in the way on policies.

    Just remember its my personal opinion and im no expert on politics but then again not many of the British public are.
     
  3. Not got a lot on tonight then crabby? :D

    As may be blatantly obvious, i would go for Cameron.

    Blair is a definite no-no,
    The Liberals are hust too fluffy,
    BNP are off the wall
    Greens are just plain ignorant of the real world
    Socialist are just plain distasteful
     
  4. "None of the above" - as our American comrades have on their ballots. Politics has become a profession but the majority of those who follow it lack any professional standards. Usually if picked up for being 2unprofessional" they wrap themselves in the flag of party loyalty and bluster their way out of trouble. I cannot imagine anyone in the current front bench teams having the guts to do what Rod Aldridge did for example. Moreover none of them have his acumen and capability to lead and direct more's the pity. Shame about his silly beard and wierd tinted specs tho'...

    Cuddles freely admits he is a former employee of the Capita group but that should in no way indicate why he has decided to be nice about ex-chairman Rod. It should also not be taken as an invitation for applications for loans, commerical rates or interest free!!
     
  5. You implying I don't have anything better to do with my time??? I have lots of things better to do, I'm just avoiding them :p

    As for me, of course after I'd voted ARRSE it'd have to be Brown. I just think he's decent enough and hasn't made any huge mistakes... yet... Don't like Cameron one little bit, British politics shouldn't be a popularity contest (a la usa), don't like Mingy, Blair should go, Greens are laughable (but can be useful on a local level) and the BNP should be hung (by their soft and sensitive bits). Guess that leaves Kennedy as my backup for Brown. Perhaps I have a thing for fat scottish men??? :S