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General Election 2010 - Your thoughts!

Glossopdealsniper Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
With the pending general election penciled in for the 6th of may the 3 main political parties have begun to start there election campaigns. Now i know some find politics is boring but we all have an opinion, so this is the place to discuss it and post any pictures, thoughts and funnies that you find around the new regarding the election campaigns......

****keep the arguing to a minimum...... this thread should prompt debate not arguments*****
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
****keep the arguing to a minimum...... this thread should prompt debate not arguments*****

I doubt that will happen!

Some friends came round last night and were talking about this. My opinion for what its worth. The country is in a S*** state and it doesnt matter who runs the country we will get S****** one way or another.
#2
Two Politicians are talking, when one says to the other "You're Lying!" which is met with the reply, "I know! But you can atleast let me finish!"
#3
leecroot
****keep the arguing to a minimum...... this thread should prompt debate not arguments*****

I doubt that will happen!

Some friends came round last night and were talking about this. My opinion for what its worth. The country is in a S*** state and it doesnt matter who runs the country we will get S****** one way or another.


I doubt it too, but thought i would add it anyway!
#4
I will vote for whichever party leaves more money in my pocket. Thats it.
#5
ADZ1478
I will vote for whichever party leaves more money in my pocket. Thats it.


Not the one who provides you with better services?! (schools, hospitals, more affective police?)
#6
whatsThePoint
I'm voting hotukdeals independence party


That's HIP
#7
whatsThePoint
Giving schools, hospitals, police etc etc more money just leads to sloppy accounting or worst, i've never a business that was successful because unlimited money was thrown at it


I agree. My deductions are just short off £100 a week. I resent the fact money just gets thrown at the above.
#8
leecroot


Some friends came round last night and were talking about this. My opinion for what its worth. The country is in a S*** state and it doesnt matter who runs the country we will get S****** one way or another.



agreed :thumbsup:

Politics in Britain needs a huge clean up parliament is (more so) full of sleazy, lying, cheating scumbags who are out to look after number one and to swindle the ordinary citizen as much as they can,

I believe when New Labour were elected in some ways it semed politics had been modernised and we had moved on from scadal - today both Labour and Tories aren't fit to represent the country - think we might see quite alot of spoilt ballot papers at the moment thats where my vote lies
banned#9
A political thread in misc? This should bring out the idiots and racists
#10
whatsThePoint
Giving schools, hospitals, police etc etc more money just leads to sloppy accounting or worst, i've never a business that was successful because unlimited money was thrown at it


I didnt say give them extra money, i just said i would probably vote for the party that would help sort out the above mentioned services
#11
asayer
I didnt say give them extra money, i just said i would probably vote for the party that would help sort out the above mentioned services


Its a no win situation as far as I can see. Whoever gets in will have to rob peter to pay paul!

Thats why I dont vote. My vote wont change anything. I wonder what would happen if no one veted?
banned#12
leecroot


Thats why I dont vote. My vote wont change anything. I wonder what would happen if no one veted?


If you don't vote, you don't have the right to comment on politics and it's because of people like you that the BNP got in.

Well done champ!
#13
DanJackson
If you don't vote, you don't have the right to comment on politics and it's because of people like you that the BNP got in.

Well done champ!


I vote with my feet. How does me not voting allow BNP to get in?
banned#14
whatsThePoint
I thought the BNP got in because people voted


No. The BNP got in because there was such a low turnout at the last elections. If the people who didn't vote had done then they wouldn't have got in.
#15
whatsThePoint
I thought the BNP got in because people voted


Thats what I thought, but im no expert!
#16
leecroot
I vote with my feet. How does me not voting allow BNP to get in?


I think the BNP gaining a seat was more to do with protest votes rather than no votes, but at the same time, if you don't vote you can't really complain about anything because you decline the chance to vote to change it!
banned#17
whatsThePoint
So your claiming of all the people who didn't vote, none of them would of voted BNP :?


The vast majority of the people in the UK vote for the main 3 parties. However a huge chunk of that voting demographic did not vote, ergo, the smaller parties got in,

I cannot believe I have to explain the very basics of the democratic process to grown adults.
#18
asayer
I think the BNP gaining a seat was more to do with protest votes rather than no votes, but at the same time, if you don't vote you can't really complain about anything because you decline the chance to vote to change it!


Im not complaing, just stating a fact. My one vote wont change anything, and it doesnt matter who gets in, you get S****** either way.

What would happen if no one voted? By not voting Its my way of stating im unhappy with how the country.
banned#19
whatsThePoint
Maybe thats the problem then, the 3 major parties are the wrong ones to vote for


"So let's vote for the violent, racist, criminal thugs instead" No.
banned#20
whatsThePoint
If thats what the majority wants, why not


Well that's fine. If the majority of people do want to vote for the BNP and that majority then go out and vote for him, then that's OK, because that's democracy working.

But that's not what happened at the last election
#21
leecroot
Im not complaing, just stating a fact. My one vote wont change anything, and it doesnt matter who gets in, you get S****** either way.

What would happen if no one voted? By not voting Its my way of stating im unhappy with how the country.


Sorry, i didnt word that right, i just meant in the future you couldn't really complain too much if you wanted to.

If no one voted.... ermmm a re-vote i would think, although i am not 100% sure, the chances of that happening?! ( they would probably make it complusory in the future, even if it meant spoiling your ballot paper!:thumbsup:
#22
leecroot
Im not complaing, just stating a fact. My one vote wont change anything, and it doesnt matter who gets in, you get S****** either way.

What would happen if no one voted? By not voting Its my way of stating im unhappy with how the country.


But it will, why? Because a high % of people in this country have the same atittude and all those votes add up to a huge gap in the voting............by not voting you're not actually stating anything.
#23
Does anyone know what happens with spoilt ballot papers? Are they just put aside or are they counted up to register how many have been spoilt?
banned#24
tinkerbell28
But it will, why? Because a high % of people in this country have the same atittude and all those votes add up to a huge gap in the voting............by not voting you're not actually stating anything.


This is exactly right. By not voting you don't make any statement at all. You don't take part in the process, you are completely without a voice.
#25
Yeah. If you are unhappy and dont want to vote for anyone, just go along and draw all over your voting slip. Better to do that, than just not vote.
#26
WoolyM
Does anyone know what happens with spoilt ballot papers? Are they just put aside or are they counted up to register how many have been spoilt?


They are counted i believe!
#27
asayer
They are counted i believe!


Always wondered but never known the answer.
#28
There all as bad as each other...............

I work for local govenment. Wages cut, strike, betcha there just sat on there **** in a office..........
They have no idea how hard we work and the hours we put in.
27hrs most shifts
#29
markone
There all as bad as each other...............

I work for local govenment. Wages cut, strike, betcha there just sat on there **** in a office..........
They have no idea how hard we work and the hours we put in.
27hrs most shifts


I beleve the bottom line is that 'normal' working people are held in disdain by many politicians of all parties most of the time. Politicians really do believe they are a class above the rest and unless they are held to account will only seek to feather their own nests according to their own personal beliefs.
But our sysyem is better than most so 'normal working people' have a greater chance of playing a part in a system such as ours if they want to. There are many who would rather abdicate this responsibility though. Human condition to whinge but if you dont take part you get what you deserve i suppose.
#30
WoolyM
I beleve the bottom line is that 'normal' working people are held in disdain by many politicians of all parties most of the time. Politicians really do believe they are a class above the rest and unless they are held to account will only seek to feather their own nests according to their own personal beliefs.
But our sysyem is better than most so 'normal working people' have a greater chance of playing a part in a system such as ours if they want to. There are many who would rather abdicate this responsibility though. Human condition to whinge but if you dont take part you get what you deserve i suppose.


I will vote, as I always have done.
This time they seem to *issing in the same pot.
They seem to no longer deem us to be worth anything, or very little.
#31
I think it will be a hung parliament this time around.
#32
asayer
I think it will be a hung parliament this time around.


Can I offer the trees at the bottom of my garden. I will get a lovely view from my conservatory and I can invite friends around for drinks.

Now how do we deal with the bankers?

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