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#1
Lots being said about our Tony Blair leaving and Labour trying to stay in power.

Who do you trust to take over (or stay in)?

What party will do the right thing for you????
 

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#3
I voted 'yellow' tho' I think it's orange ;) I bumped into Shirley Williams the other day outside my house and (not that she's at all interested) said I would continue to vote as I always have. I like to think that the bird is a pigeon hawk at the times it's not a dove.
 
#5
Well my name-dropping friend...
I would be embarrassed to admit talking to the arogant cow who still does not admit that her failed Comprehensive Education system has let down successive generations of children.
 

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#7
exile1 said:
Well my name-dropping friend...
I would be embarrassed to admit talking to the arogant cow who still does not admit that her failed Comprehensive Education system has let down successive generations of children.

Better children with 'failed' standards of education (which is of course internationally relative!!!), than a party with the blood of countless people of varying nationalities (including British) on their hands. I started voting for them when they had Paddy as their leader, Liberal RM, I liked the synthesis...

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#8
I was going blue but David Cameron is a right fanny. All his on the surface stuff like changing the party emblem, he's just Bliar reincarnated. UKIP, or BNP as a protest vote methinks.

Although I do like Menzies Campbell.

Strange how wide-open politics is becoming.
 
#10
I take issue with the failing children jibe - I have two Grammar Schools in my town who only accept 25% of children from the catchment area - to me this is failing the children of my town far more than the comprehensive system
 

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#12
I'm guessing there are many more people dead since 1997 that did not die of natural causes, or maybe I just dreamt the last 5 years?
 
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WasMe said:
Lots being said about our Tony Blair leaving and Labour trying to stay in power.

Who do you trust to take over (or stay in)?

What party will do the right thing for you????
I'm not sure who I will be voting for but I am clear about who I won't be voting for and that's LAbour. With or without Tony B Liar, they will continue to f*ck this country over in their desperation to secure votes. Under them we will see more 'rights' given to those who have no allegiance to Britain and more money wasted on sh*te, more cuts in Defence and a continued shafting of those who serve, be that in military uniform or the thin blue line.

The Tories are a washout and as George Galloway said, the leader of the Labour party and the leader of the Tory party are just two cheeks of the same arrse.

Much as I feel like it sometime, I won't be voting for any extreme right party, but I do want to vote for a party which puts the rights and interests of British 'non religious fundamentalist' tax payers first and will not tolerate the sh*te we are seeing today with crime in general and farces involving Islamists who insist on wearing face masks when interacting with non Muslim children and who attempt to sue over it when they get the f*ck off tablet. I do not support Multi culturism. It doesn't work.

I want to vote for a party who has the balls to stand up to this sh*te and put it where it belongs, so I doubt that I will be voting.
 
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Biscuits_AB said:
I want to vote for a party who has the balls to stand up to this sh*te and put it where it belongs, so I doubt that I will be voting.
If I could bring myself not to vote then I'd be exactly the same mate.
 

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#16
exile1 said:
keep taking the pills son...I repeat, what has that got to do with voting UKIP?
I do quite often, thanks for your concern, and I have made absolutely no reference to UKIP.
 
#17
Sven said:
I take issue with the failing children jibe - I have two Grammar Schools in my town who only accept 25% of children from the catchment area - to me this is failing the children of my town far more than the comprehensive system
Please clarify??

Your towns children are better than a comprehensive education????

Do they have Blond hair and Blue Eyes?? Oh and Live in a Corn Field???
 
#18
Biscuits_AB said:
WasMe said:
Lots being said about our Tony Blair leaving and Labour trying to stay in power.

Who do you trust to take over (or stay in)?

What party will do the right thing for you????
I'm not sure who I will be voting for but I am clear about who I won't be voting for and that's LAbour. With or without Tony B Liar, they will continue to f*ck this country over in their desperation to secure votes. Under them we will see more 'rights' given to those who have no allegiance to Britain and more money wasted on sh*te, more cuts in Defence and a continued shafting of those who serve, be that in military uniform or the thin blue line.

The Tories are a washout and as George Galloway said, the leader of the Labour party and the leader of the Tory party are just two cheeks of the same arrse.

Much as I feel like it sometime, I won't be voting for any extreme right party, but I do want to vote for a party which puts the rights and interests of British 'non religious fundamentalist' tax payers first and will not tolerate the sh*te we are seeing today with crime in general and farces involving Islamists who insist on wearing face masks when interacting with non Muslim children and who attempt to sue over it when they get the f*ck off tablet. I do not support Multi culturism. It doesn't work.

I want to vote for a party who has the balls to stand up to this sh*te and put it where it belongs, so I doubt that I will be voting.
emmmmmmmmmm.....not voting in the next election then???
 
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WasMe said:
Sven said:
I take issue with the failing children jibe - I have two Grammar Schools in my town who only accept 25% of children from the catchment area - to me this is failing the children of my town far more than the comprehensive system
Please clarify??

Your towns children are better than a comprehensive education????

Do they have Blond hair and Blue Eyes?? Oh and Live in a Corn Field???
The Grammar schools educates more children out of the catchment area then it does within the catchment area - to a ratio of three to one. Ergo it is doing more for children not in my town than those in it.

Therefore these schools are failing the children of my town, despite them being funded by my Local Education Authority
 
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