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So....?

Postby Drum Pro » Mon Mar 30, 2015 2:57 pm

Looking at the news, which I rarely watch, England is having a general election. What's the thoughts on the current prime minister? And which party do you think will win?
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Re: So....?

Postby akalongster » Mon Mar 30, 2015 9:15 pm

He's a w##ker.

He will win.

He will still be a w##ker.
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Re: So....?

Postby hippriest » Sat Apr 04, 2015 10:22 pm

And, from what I read on my return, it may be Jimmy Crankie who sh*gs it for Wallace.

IMHO the worst thing that can happen is the above + everything staying roughly the same as the opinion polls at the moment ..... resulting in some chaotic "no overall majority" scenario with God knows what sort of unholy coalition of the Tories and some wacky bedfellows who aren't quite as compliant as Cleggy Boy has been.

Scenario B is that we all sort of do a collective Scottish referendum thing and conclude that things aren't (weren't) really that bad under The Devil You Know regime and squeak Flashman in on a thin majority.

TBH, I'm really conflicted: in the absence of Labour doing the thing they should have done many months ago (i.e. vote in a more electable leader) I'm left with the awful scenario of not voting, which vexes me sour.
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Re: So....?

Postby marty r » Sun Apr 05, 2015 6:17 am

Sturgeon thing in the(Tory) press - think Zinoviev letter.

Voting nowadays is for whoever will be least damaging to you and your class.

I'm not a wealthy man or a big corporate so voting for the Nasty Party is a big no. On the basis of bedroom tax, I will be Lab. If I were a Scot I'd be SNP. The fact the Milliband is not a consummate public performer and may, or not have two kitchens, is absolutely irrelevant.

Don't not vote. Go and spoil your vote if you can't choose.

Only good thing will be bye-bye LibDums.
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Re: So....?

Postby POS » Fri Apr 10, 2015 8:56 pm

Who to vote for is now a bit of a nightmare to be honest, agree with the comment of voting for the party that will cost you the less grief. I don't really buy into the SNP thing as I believe that Sturgeon is a Salmond mini me and some of their ideas are just flights of fancy with no sound backing.
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Re: So....?

Postby hippriest » Fri Apr 10, 2015 9:40 pm

I think, Mr Pro, that after these encouraging comments you should at least be on first base by now. As such, I think a progress update is called for?

So c'mon....'fess up.
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