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Why don't all labour voters just vote Lib Dem next time??

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Beetroot · 21/09/2006 16:32

Think it might be a good idea...get rid of Tony and his cronies but not let the Torys in!

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jessicaandrebeccasmummy · 21/09/2006 16:33

yep, my view too.

Lib Dem all the way in this house

beckybrastraps · 21/09/2006 16:36

And what do you think of Lib Dem policies?

Belo · 21/09/2006 16:38

I would if all other labour voters promised to too. I'm scared to vote lib them though in case the labour vote will split and the Torys would get in.

Joolstoo · 21/09/2006 16:40

oh that would be shocking wouldn't it? [rolls eyes]

crap idea there beety!

Beetroot · 21/09/2006 16:41

what policies becky??

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southeastastra · 21/09/2006 16:44

i hate all this voting lark, we need a completely different system. all they do is argue amongst themselves.

beckybrastraps · 21/09/2006 16:52

So why vote for them if you feel like that?

mazzystar · 21/09/2006 16:53

Beety are you Claire Short under a psydoneum?

Joolstoo · 21/09/2006 16:54

my suggestion is we line them all up and chuck rotten potatoes at them - last man (or woman) standing is PM (as long as its not Patricia Fuckwit)

Beetroot · 21/09/2006 16:56

I was joking Becky ffs!!!

I am in favour of alot of their polices. Especially Tax.

However, I was being flippant in my op.

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Beetroot · 21/09/2006 16:57

I am the image of clare short

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beckybrastraps · 21/09/2006 16:58

I have no sense of humour. I apologise.

Uwila · 21/09/2006 17:19

Anyone but Gordon is what I say. Even Kermit the Frog will do if it keeps Gordon out.

meko · 21/09/2006 20:24

yeah to a local income tax - not. they are all a waste of space.

ledodgyrobespierre · 21/09/2006 20:31

I agree to the extent that I know lots of people that don't want to vote Tory and always vote labour because they say liberal will never get in imo if everyone who says this voted for liberal then they would!

plummymummy · 22/09/2006 11:37

Or all vote green party..................skulks away

FioFio · 22/09/2006 11:38

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desperateSCOUSEwife · 22/09/2006 11:40

they are all as bad as eachother imo
all out to line their own pockets
and up the us arse

mazzystar · 22/09/2006 11:40

I love Gordon though.

hunkermunker · 22/09/2006 11:40

I'm voting Tory this time round (you'll be amazed to hear, Jools ), unless something massively different occurs.

I've always voted Lib Dem before, but since Menzies has taken over, I'm unimpressed.

And I can't vote Labour.

And my MP seems pretty decent - that's what it boils down to, for me.

Joolstoo · 22/09/2006 11:47
Callisto · 22/09/2006 12:18

True blue tory voter here. If you hate all parties (and it is hard not to) instead of abstaining, get out there and spoil your ballot paper. It is far more effective than doing nothing.


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Beetroot · 22/09/2006 12:21

I just don't know.

I am not happy with Tony and the labour party. I will not vote Tory. Lib Dems are a worry but have good and interesting policies. But god knows how they would fare!

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Uwila · 22/09/2006 12:45

Yes, please. All Labour voters vote for someone else. Lib Dem, Tory, your favourite deceased person, anybody but Labour... ANYBODY.

Gordon Brown is the devil himself. When he started to get some stick a couple of weeks ago and then I was travelling through Heathrow, looked at the newsstand, and say him advertising the pain of his loss when his first child died, I though "Oh blimey, is there no lowere limit for you?!" It turned me off so much, I just knew he was a true blue wicked politician who wil use ANYTHING to get a vote. It really bothered me. (and I'm not easily offended) But that was so low.

Joolstoo · 22/09/2006 14:00

don't like Gordy either - that way he has of sucking his lip/teeth he has a malevolent smile too!

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