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to boycott Wadebridge?

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nevergoogle Fri 03-May-13 22:22:51

Collin Brewer re-elected

nevergoogle Sat 04-May-13 17:38:33

It's all down to apathy on the part of the Wadebridge voters isn't it.

How frustrating.

DreamsTurnToGoldDust Sat 04-May-13 16:27:10

I agree never, you would have thought that people would have gone out in droves to vote for anyone but him, shame that the people in his ward didn't care enough.

nevergoogle Sat 04-May-13 16:12:06

I think his re-election paints the people of Wadebridge in a very bad light.

RubberBullets Sat 04-May-13 16:09:32

I wouldn't have voted for him if he was standing in my ward but had heard on the local news that he was standing again. Not much I can do about candidates in different wards.

infamouspoo Sat 04-May-13 13:05:43

you would vote for this fucknugget?

RubberBullets Sat 04-May-13 12:33:49

Royal Cornwall is great. I haven't been for the last couple of years as I got married that day and then had a 2 week old baby the following year. Looking forward to taking DD for the first time this year. If people are boycotting then it should make the toilet and food queues smaller smile

quoteunquote Sat 04-May-13 11:32:22

Royal Cornwall

On my FB new feed that is what people are talking about boycotting.

on farmer friend (who son is disabled) has put up his FB he won't be attending.

RubberBullets Sat 04-May-13 10:15:33

Apart from Royal Cornwall, there isn't really any reason to go to Wadebridge anyway

nevergoogle Sat 04-May-13 10:09:01

I can't believe this isn't bigger news.

LadyBeagleEyes Fri 03-May-13 23:04:12

I've no idea neverboogle, the mind bogglessad.
Clearly 335 people.

nevergoogle Fri 03-May-13 23:02:19

335 votes.

extremepie Fri 03-May-13 23:02:16

He is a disgusting person - I wonder if he would be happy to be euthanised if he was ever unfortunate enough to become disabled through no fault of his own....

nevergoogle Fri 03-May-13 22:59:59

he did really say what has been quoted. He believes disabled children should be put down. Who votes for this?

nevergoogle Fri 03-May-13 22:54:42

oh yes, that's right, lol.

dogsandcats Fri 03-May-13 22:53:45

surely you would do 3/4 of the camel trail hmm smile

LadyBeagleEyes Fri 03-May-13 22:52:15

If he really said what has been quoted it is truly outrageous.
I can't believe anybody voted for him.

YoniOrNotYoni Fri 03-May-13 22:50:46

Haha. I'll hold my nose as I cycle past his bit of wadebridge. Don't want to catch anything from him.

Thewhingingdefective Fri 03-May-13 22:47:02

He is an utter twat. Saw him on the local news just now saying what he said was a wind up.

ExitPursuedByABear Fri 03-May-13 22:46:16

I'm not sure you can catch anything from a cycle track.

nevergoogle Fri 03-May-13 22:44:44

well then i'll only do 1/4 of the camel trail smile

dogsandcats Fri 03-May-13 22:43:06

It says Wadebridge East.
So I am guessing a 1/4 of the electorate of Wadebridge had a chance to vote for him or not?

PelvicFloorClenchReminder Fri 03-May-13 22:42:08

I certainly won't be taking my disabled child there. 335 tossers.

YoniOrNotYoni Fri 03-May-13 22:41:22

Wow. What a cock end. I'll boycott it with you.

nevergoogle Fri 03-May-13 22:39:18

But it's not just one person is it, the town re-elected him.

nevergoogle Fri 03-May-13 22:38:39

We do usually go there in the summer to cycle on the camel trail, we live in Devon.

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