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'I'm thinking about voting Conservative' - How do you respond?

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Only kidding, would never vote for that lot! Just thought i'd post this in response to the BNP thread! Read More
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
Only kidding, would never vote for that lot!

Just thought i'd post this in response to the BNP thread!
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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1 Like #1
2days late but well done
#2
kungfu
2days late but well done


sorry, never so the last one,

god im bored today!
banned#3
Rep added.

I'd say really? The kings of laissez-faire economics at a time when the one thing we need is greater oversight of the financial markets. Are you sure?
#4
R U Mad??
#5
im voting for em
#6
[CENTER][SIZE="6"][COLOR="Red"]Don't do it man!

NOT THE TORIES![/COLOR][/SIZE][/CENTER]
#7
tory boy
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/39399000/jpg/_39399648_tory_boy203.jpg
1 Like #8
FilthAndFurry
Rep added.

I'd say really? The kings of laissez-faire economics at a time when the one thing we need is greater oversight of the financial markets. Are you sure?


and labours commie hands on lets throw money at everything and we'll have a hand in everything approach has worked so well for the last 10 years.

its a good job they've been in power otherwise we'd be smack bang in the middle of a recession by now.
#9
Upper class FTW.
#10
http://www.cargurus.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/can-of-worms.jpg
#11
im a conservative voter..... one of our neighbours was elected to local council.... yay!!
banned#12
ants97
and labours commie hands on lets throw money at everything and we'll have a hand in everything approach has worked so well for the last 10 years.

its a good job they've been in power otherwise we'd be smack bang in the middle of a recession by now.


And slowly but surely people realise that voting is a complete waste of time.

Both parties would have allowed this, except the Conservative MPs would have probably made more money out of it.
#13
magicbeans
im a conservative voter..... one of our neighbours was elected to local council.... yay!!


BOO! :p
#14
FilthAndFurry
And slowly but surely people realise that voting is a complete waste of time.

Both parties would have allowed this, except the Conservative MPs would have probably made more money out of it.


well i'm sure all of us up in scotland who returned an snp govt would beg to differ but you continue to sit on the sidelines and moan, afterall thats your democratic right.
banned#15
magicbeans
im a conservative voter..... one of our neighbours was elected to local council.... yay!!


I've served on the Portfolio holders forum for Children and Young people as an elected school parent governor.

It's nothing to boast about. (Seriously)

I can't say I was too impressed by any of the councillors I met during our meetings.
#16
I was 6yrs old when Margaret Thatcher was voted into power in 1977, I remember sitting on the sofa at my Grandma's house and watching the whole process as it was shown on TV. The changes she made mean that there is now less council housing available to individuals and families who are ready to leave home and yet cannot afford to do so. Many children during the 80's and 90's were brought up in terrible poverty...The thought of the conservatives getting into power again personally fills me with dread.

As to how I would answer that statement.. would have to be the same as the BNP one.. " you're thinking of voting conservative? "

As I've said before, it is a basic human right as to which political party an individual wishes to vote for.
#17
You mean Gordon Brown isn't a Conservative???
#18
megalomaniac
You mean Gordon Brown isn't a Conservative???


Absolute power corrupts absolutely. ( shakespeare )

Those who yearn for power, probably should never attain it. ( me! )
#19
Alfonse
tory boy
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/39399000/jpg/_39399648_tory_boy203.jpg



:lol: i love you man!

no really, i think i do!
#20
ClarityofMind
Absolute power corrupts absolutely. ( shakespeare )

Those who yearn for power, probably should never attain it. ( me! )


Anyone who is capable of getting themselves made President should on no account be allowed to do the job. - Douglas Adams

Just replace President with Prime Minister :thumbsup:
#21
megalomaniac
Anyone who is capable of getting themselves made President should on no account be allowed to do the job. - Douglas Adams

Just replace President with Prime Minister :thumbsup:



lol, that's cool had never heard that one! :thumbsup:
#22
MinstrelMan
:lol: i love you man!

no really, i think i do!


http://iwantigot.geekigirl.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/20080604_zoolander.jpg

lol we ballin'
#23
kungfu
2days late but well done


i really lol'd
#24
ClarityofMind
I was 6yrs old when Margaret Thatcher was voted into power in 1977, I remember sitting on the sofa at my Grandma's house and watching the whole process as it was shown on TV. The changes she made mean that there is now less council housing available to individuals and families who are ready to leave home and yet cannot afford to do so. Many children during the 80's and 90's were brought up in terrible poverty...The thought of the conservatives getting into power again personally fills me with dread.



Two quick questions:

1. if you were six then have you forgotten about the Labour government that preceded the Thatcher reign?

2. what if anything is better now after the current Labour government have been in power?
#25
I dont remember much politically before the election when I was 6, silly. :P

I'm not saying that one government is better than any other. I'm no political expert. Politics isn't my cup of tea.

I remember my own individual circumstances... my children have been raised with far more free cash than I was. And our families are about the same, two working parents, four children. House, car, dog, the usual. Casting my mind back to the 70's.. my kids have mobile phones, we of course did not. We *rented* our TV when I was a child.. these days we own several. My kids have computers, regular holidays, etc. I'm not saying these things make life any better for kids now, but we certainly have more money available than my parents did. How do we measure the *success* of each government when statistics are often forged, manipulated and/misleading, surely it comes down to the quality of life of the man on the street.
banned#26
ants97
well i'm sure all of us up in scotland who returned an snp govt would beg to differ but you continue to sit on the sidelines and moan, afterall thats your democratic right.


That's sorta cute. I mean, you can vote for a party that is promising a referendum on independence, but it's funny that Parliament (the proper one) would have to actually vote on it.

But I like their policies on higher education.

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