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ilessthan3tea
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Quote ilessthan3tea Replybullet Topic: Election debate
    Posted: April/15/2010 at 3:58pm
Its the first in the Uk on the road to the election, so being the opinionated bastard I am what is everyone thinking?
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Quote LauraOFace Replybullet Posted: April/15/2010 at 4:01pm
I chose not to vote or pay any attention to the elections.
They are ALL lying cunts and I dont respect any of them.

Haha. Hows that for an opinion :P
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Quote crystoth Replybullet Posted: April/15/2010 at 4:04pm
It is a secret ballot, therefore my opinion will be the same
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Quote ilessthan3tea Replybullet Posted: April/15/2010 at 4:08pm
The election debate is pretty funny, I wont lie I am not a Tory fan but especially not a fan or Cameron, Gordo was a legend, you cant airbrush your Policies Cameron like your Posters.

No matter what way it goes its going to tough, its turning into party politics as we are in shit and will be so for a good number of years. There will be cuts, I accpet this but I will vote for those that secure my education.
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Quote LucieMay Replybullet Posted: April/15/2010 at 4:54pm
I was a big supporter of labour in '97 (too young to vote). Enthusiastically voted Labour in '01. Voted Lib Dem tactically in '05 to oust the local Tory rep. This year is a struggle for me... being from a north western former mining area I grew up surrounded by people who hated the Tories. As a result, it would feel like going against my nature to vote for them, it is that ingrained in me. However, I am not overly enamoured with Labour now ... I live in a former Labour strong hold now so I probably will vote for them. The only other candidates from the three main parties round here are UKIP (I don't believe in voting for a single issue party) and BNP (yeauch, I find them abhorrent). If another party offered a real alternative I would vote for them, but they simply vote. However, I always will vote as apathy is extremely dangerous.
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Quote isellmisery Replybullet Posted: April/15/2010 at 5:00pm
i'm not going to watch it till tomorrow, because my internets shit here,
but i believe along the same signs of laura.
i believe that for the most part politicians are liars, and they dont deserve any of what they get.
i have been researching, and i am particularly interested in this
http://theothercampaign2010.wordpress.com/
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Quote glimme Replybullet Posted: April/15/2010 at 5:14pm
Hmm I don't care cause I'm not from your lame country lol.

The only thing you guys have going for you is you tend to have better comedy than we do lol. Well that and better grammar but who gives a shit about grammar? lol
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Quote freak_nutcase Replybullet Posted: April/15/2010 at 5:16pm
I thought about voting for Labour as they're the ones who are rooting for the animal rights issues i want addressing (fox hunting, animal testing, battery hens etc) BUT...equally they're the ones rooting for increasing tuition fees at university and I do not believe thats right so i don't know what to do
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Quote LucieMay Replybullet Posted: April/15/2010 at 5:40pm
Originally posted by freak_nutcase

I thought about voting for Labour as they're the ones who are rooting for the animal rights issues i want addressing (fox hunting, animal testing, battery hens etc) BUT...equally they're the ones rooting for increasing tuition fees at university and I do not believe thats right so i don't know what to do


Higher education is likely to be hit hard whichever party gets in, whether it's in the form of job cuts and place cuts or tuition fees increase. There are going to be massive cuts everywhere.
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Quote Jack Crrack Replybullet Posted: April/15/2010 at 6:25pm
I missed it, I was busy working in the studio. I'll watch it online tomorrow before work I guess.

At the moment, I do not feel represented though and I'll probably end up spoiling my paper.
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