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Before I go on about what a sensational bit of work it is, has anyone already started a thread? Read More
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banned7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
Before I go on about what a sensational bit of work it is, has anyone already started a thread?
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banned7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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banned#1
Anyone?
banned#2
JonnyTwoToes
Anyone?


No.

Go on bore us :p
banned#3
Bad times.

A political thread in da misk? In b8 the BNP supporters turn up and try to convince us they are good people! http://www.dan-jackson.com/smilies/hitler.gif
#4
To be fair the Labour Manifesto made me chuckle... After 12 years in power I'd have expected them to have gotten round to most of it by now...
banned#5
DLM
No.

Go on bore us :p


Cool, let boredom begin! :p

This has got to be the best ever manifesto for any general election - at least what I have seen in the past 16 years.

Have a read HERE to get the basics.

In essence they've pinched my manifesto from HERE which I think is great!!

What they are saying is NO MORE BIG BOYS telling us what to do. A society FOR our society BY our society! I love it!

Get rid of the chaff at the top of the NHS and replace them with Nurses and Doctors who know what they are doing and know what it is like to do a 13 hour day, then get home and do data input on patients because you've not had time to do it during the day WHILST your bosses who do 9-5 get a 6.9% pay increase and your lucky if you get 3% (£500 a year).

You think the school your kids are going to sucks? make your own! Get involved with the community and make it your own - be proud of something again!

This is the best thing I have seen in a long time and I urge EVERYONE to vote conservative this time around.
banned#6
Flodd
To be fair the Labour Manifesto made me chuckle... After 12 years in power I'd have expected them to have gotten round to most of it by now...


EXACTLY!
"We feel we need to cut government spending by £12bn".
Here's an idea, rather than increase OUR national insurance to get it, why didn't you save £1bn a year in Whitehall expense?

Labour had their chance - now it's time for the real deal!
banned#7
JonnyTwoToes

Labour had their chance - now it's time for the real deal!



Out of interest, how old are you?
banned#8
DJ1
Out of interest, how old are you?


35
#9
JonnyTwoToes
This is the best thing I have seen in a long time and I urge EVERYONE to vote conservative this time around.


I couldn't possibly vote for any party that supported the Digital Economy Bill
#10
more meaningless rubbish from Cameron
banned#11
JonnyTwoToes
35


Interesting. I'm a few years younger and I don't know anyone of a similar age to myself who would consider voting Conservative after the havoc and mess they made last time round!

A couple have even said "I'd rather have those idiots in Labour stay than have the Tories again!"
#12
JonnyTwoToes
Labour had their chance - now it's time for the real deal!


Does anyone remember that that little credit card with 5 promises on that Labour used in 97? Did they ever actually keep any of them?
#13
megalomaniac
I couldn't possibly vote for any party that supported the Digital Economy Bill


:thumbsup:
banned#14
megalomaniac
I couldn't possibly vote for any party that supported the Digital Economy Bill


My MP agrees with the fox hunting and is not sure about equal rights for gay people HOWEVER although that's a million miles away from what I think, he's kind of old and I expect him to be replaced (maybe by me) in a few years.

The most important thing here is allowing us to take back control of this country.
#15
megalomaniac
I couldn't possibly vote for any party that supported the Digital Economy Bill


The Digital Economy Bill just shows how out of touvh all of main political parties are... who uses Torrents in 2010?
#16
I can't believe Labour have the cheek to publish a Manifesto! Why not just do what you promise when you are in power rather than say what you will do if you are lucky enough to get back in!!
banned#17
JonnyTwoToes
35


A great age :thumbsup:
banned#18
DJ1
Interesting. I'm a few years younger and I don't know anyone of a similar age to myself who would consider voting Conservative after the havoc and mess they made last time round!

A couple have even said "I'd rather have those idiots in Labour stay than have the Tories again!"


It's not the same people though is it? Like when NEW labour came in - they were more right wing than Thatcher! I'm guessing Cameron would use the slogan NEW Conservatives if it hadn't been used before.

And in respect of last time, I guess it depends on what side of the fence you sit. Poll tax -ridiculous, we will agree, however I did agree with Thatchers incentive to get SMEs into action and allowing them the opportunity to thrive off hard work. Hell, that's how the folks earned their money!
banned#19
DLM
A great age :thumbsup:


Preferred 21 myself. :-D
banned#20
whatsThePoint
great age if your a bloke, if your a female its not looking so good :p


I will worry about it when I am as old as you :p
banned#21
JonnyTwoToes
Preferred 21 myself. :-D


Scares me that in 25 years I will be 60 :oops:
banned#22
DLM
Scares me that in 25 years I will be 60 :oops:


Never thought of that. Now I do feel old. In 35 years I'll be 70! In 100 years I'll be 135! That's really old!
#23
JonnyTwoToes
My MP agrees with the fox hunting and is not sure about equal rights for gay people HOWEVER although that's a million miles away from what I think, he's kind of old and I expect him to be replaced (maybe by me) in a few years.

The most important thing here is allowing us to take back control of this country.


How exactly are you planning on doing that? Send everybody packing? The conservative has played the Immigration card for a long time and this seem to have clouded the vision of so many voters, Conservatives have been trusted before has not failed to make a mess of the whole country....Fine let them go on isolate britain and see where its gonna end...Maybe we wouldnt have to work as hard as we currently do and maybe life will improve...maybe......and remember the Rich will also cry during the reign of the Conservative party...
banned#24
[COLOR="red"]HEALTH[/COLOR]
[COLOR="Red"]"We are the party of the NHS today because we not only back the values of the NHS, we back its funding and we have a vision for its future"[/COLOR]

1) Scrapping all politically-motivated targets
[COLOR="red"]At last! [/COLOR]

2) Putting more detailed NHS performance data online
[COLOR="red"]It's the way forward![/COLOR]

3) Improving cancer and stroke survival rates
[COLOR="red"]Good luck![/COLOR]

4) Enabling patients to rate hospitals and doctors
[COLOR="red"]What a sensible idea![/COLOR]

5) Giving anyone the power to choose any healthcare provider that meets NHS standards
[COLOR="red"]Fantastic![/COLOR]

6)Putting patients in charge of their own health records
[COLOR="red"]YES YES YES![/COLOR]

7) Opening up the NHS to new independent and voluntary sector providers
[COLOR="red"]Competition is a GOOD thing![/COLOR]

8) Linking GPs' pay to the quality of results they deliver
[COLOR="red"]And to think this wasn't already the case! Labour SUCK![/COLOR]
banned#25
saayinla
How exactly are you planning on doing that? Send everybody packing? The conservative has played the Immigration card for a long time and this seem to have clouded the vision of so many voters, Conservatives have been trusted before has not failed to make a mess of the whole country....Fine let them go on isolate britain and see where its gonna end...Maybe we wouldnt have to work as hard as we currently do and maybe life will improve...maybe......and remember the Rich will also cry during the reign of the Conservative party...


I didn't mention immigration. I'm talking about a select few who have control of the majority of our national infrastructure, and therefore hold the strings for the running of this country!
We need had working, skilled staff NOT money grabbing 'admin'.
#26
JonnyTwoToes
Poll tax -ridiculous, we will agree


As hated as that was, at least it was clear! Was it really as bad as all the back door taxes 'New Labour' have introduced? NI, Road tax, Council Tax, Duty on fuel, alcohol, etc. etc. etc. all have gone through the roof under Gordan Brown, first and chancellor now as prime minister...
banned#27
vibeone
I just wanna smash someone's face in


Hear that brah. I'm going to get a spade. Let's go face smashing.
#28
vibeone
I just wanna smash someone's face in


lol....
banned#29
[COLOR="Red"]TAX[/COLOR]

1) Raising the Inheritance Tax threshold to £1 million
[COLOR="red"]So we won't have to pay tax TWICE on what we already rightfully own[/COLOR]

2) Raising the stamp duty threshold to £250,000 for first-time buyers
[COLOR="red"]Something Labour should have done two years ago to help this country avert such a heavy recession.[/COLOR]

3) Cutting corporation tax
[COLOR="red"]Great idea for the SMEs[/COLOR]

4) Cutting employer National Insurance contributions for first ten employees of new businesses
[COLOR="red"]Again, supporting SMEs - this party has LISTENED to young businesses![/COLOR]

5) Floor under landfill tax until 2020
[COLOR="red"]Let us have a breather! [/COLOR]
#30
http://img168.imageshack.us/img168/7971/laboure.jpg
banned#31
megalomaniac
As hated as that was, at least it was clear! Was it really as bad as all the back door taxes 'New Labour' have introduced? NI, Road tax, Council Tax, Duty on fuel, alcohol, etc. etc. etc. all have gone through the roof under Gordan Brown, first and chancellor now as prime minister...


Fair point. I think it was the fact that it hit people when they were already down - and most thought enough was enough. In essence, the back door taxes from Labour have been MUCH worse.
#32
The Conservatives: We will say ANYTHING to be elected but have no idea what we'll do after May 7th.
#33
Q-Tec
The Conservatives: We will say ANYTHING to be elected but have no idea what we'll do after May 7th.


^^^^^^^ this....

I mean up until now, I wasnt even sure if they had policies...
#34
JonnyTwoToes;8353207
[COLOR=red]HEALTH[/COLOR]

[COLOR=red]"We are the party of the NHS today because we not only back the values of the NHS, we back its funding and we have a vision for its future"[/COLOR]

1) Scrapping all politically-motivated targets
[COLOR=red]The Tories introduced these originally[/COLOR]

2) Putting more detailed NHS performance data online
[COLOR=red]More money on admin instead of on patient care[/COLOR]

3) Improving cancer and stroke survival rates
[COLOR=red]Like suggesting you are for world peace. Who is not?[/COLOR]

4) Enabling patients to rate hospitals and doctors
[COLOR=red]Meaningless PR exercises.[/COLOR]

5) Giving anyone the power to choose any health care provider that meets NHS standards
[COLOR=red]More privatisation!! Private companies picking and choosing to run the profitable services, while leaving the taxpayer to pick up the bill for what they can't make money from.[/COLOR]

6)Putting patients in charge of their own health records
[COLOR=red]PR![/COLOR]

7) Opening up the NHS to new independent and voluntary sector providers
[COLOR=red]Again with the Privatisation. Seeing old habits die hard.[/COLOR]

8) Linking GPs' pay to the quality of results they deliver
[COLOR=red]GP's will try and get rid of difficult patients because they don't want them spoiling their results. Pretty much what happens in the "best performing" schools now.[/COLOR]
banned#35
Plum
[COLOR=red]"We are the party of the NHS today because we not only back the values of the NHS, we back its funding and we have a vision for its future"[/COLOR]

1) Scrapping all politically-motivated targets
[COLOR=red]The Tories introduced these originally[/COLOR]

2) Putting more detailed NHS performance data online
[COLOR=red]More money on admin instead of on patient care[/COLOR]

3) Improving cancer and stroke survival rates
[COLOR=red]Like suggesting you are for world peace. Who is not?[/COLOR]

4) Enabling patients to rate hospitals and doctors
[COLOR=red]Meaningless PR exercises.[/COLOR]

5) Giving anyone the power to choose any health care provider that meets NHS standards
[COLOR=red]More privatisation!! Private companies picking and choosing to run the profitable services, while leaving the taxpayer to pick up the bill for what they can't make money from.[/COLOR]

6)Putting patients in charge of their own health records
[COLOR=red]PR![/COLOR]

7) Opening up the NHS to new independent and voluntary sector providers
[COLOR=red]Again with the Privatisation. Seeing old habits die hard.[/COLOR]

8) Linking GPs' pay to the quality of results they deliver
[COLOR=red]GP's will try and get rid of difficult patients because they don't want them spoiling their results. Pretty much what happens in the "best performing" schools now.[/COLOR]


:-D Some people are never happy!
#36
JonnyTwoToes
Fair point. I think it was the fact that it hit people when they were already down - and most thought enough was enough. In essence, the back door taxes from Labour have been MUCH worse.


Exactly, where are the mass protests now? Voter apathy strikes again. Either that or the majority are too dumb to notice......
banned#37
megalomaniac
Exactly, where are the mass protests now? Voter apathy strikes again.


Which is why we need to vote Conservative.
#38
JonnyTwoToes
:-D Some people are never happy!


He has a point, in one statement they promise to take away politically motivated targets then go on to set a load. As for competition/privatisation that is not always the great thing they would have you believe, just look at the rising costs of utilities....Some sectors are natural monopolies, 'competition' can actually be a bad thing in that instance and runs the risk of collusion, price fixing and profiteering.
banned#39
megalomaniac
He has a point, in one statement they promise to take away politically motivated targets then go on to set a load. As for competition/privatisation that is not always the great thing they would have you believe, just look at the rising costs of utilities....Some sectors are natural monopolies, 'competition' can actually be a bad thing in that instance and runs the risk of collusion, price fixing and profiteering.


I agree.... [COLOR="Blue"]VOTE CONSERVATIVE!!![/COLOR] :thumbsup: :-D
banned#40
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