The Election... Who did you vote for???

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  1. Labour

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  2. Conservative

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  3. Lib Dem

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  4. British National Party

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  5. UKIP

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  6. Green

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  7. Other

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  8. Spoiled Ballot Paper

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  9. Did Not Vote

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  1. With the General election just gone, who did you vote for?

    Did you give Cameron a helping hand by voting Tory?
    Try and give Brown another chance by voting Labour?
    Get Clegg into an influential role by voting Lib Dem?
    Contribute to the BNP's best ever showing at an election, tripling their vote since 2005?
    Give your vote to the far-left green party, helping bring their extreme economic policies into parliament?
    Or vote for UKIP, a party that makes no secret about standing up for the middle class and a party which is accused at only existing to split the BNP's vote?.

    Or did you just not care?
     
  2. I agreed with Nick :wink:
     
  3. I agreed with Dave.
     
  4. So, judging by your narrative, you voted BNP then?
     
  5. So we both won then Monty 8)
     
  6. Certainly looks that way
     
  7. Yeah i did. I agree with their policies regarding immigration, economy, defence, law and order and well, pretty much everything. I can't see much difference between labour and tories to be quite honest...
     
  8. At least you admitted it I suppose.

    However the fact that you agree with their "policies" marks you out as an utter mongtard. I have read the full manifesto myself and had a good laugh, I've had an even bigger laugh at the fact that you mentioned economics in the same sentence as this party of morons.

    Comical vague policies that were written by what would appear to be a six year old who has been locked in a cellar having been given nothing but a copy of Blood and Honour to educate itself.

    Much like the BNP voter.

    There is no point telling you the error of your voting ways, as you wouldn't understand, get upset, fire nationalistic and / or neo-socialist shite about or dribble that it's unfair and in a democracy you can vote for who you like, we true Englishmen are the oppressed ones, blah, blah, etc, etc.

    The UK is, of course, that democracy and yes you can vote for whoever you like, that doesn't hide the fact that voting for the BNP makes you a halfwit who I personally would take great pleasure in kicking up and down a carpark and then dumping you in Luton with your BNP rosette nailed to your forehead.

    When you grow up you will come to understand politics, multiculturalism and even perhaps common sense.

    And if I come across as condescending, insulting and offensive, then good, I meant to.
     
  9. Economics in the same sentance? Have you never heard of the ideology of protectionism? or what nationalisation means...?
     
  10. Yes, and I have no interest in your interpretation of anything. So please, spare me your dribbling.
     
  11. Above. :lol: MLP you have such a lovely way with words.

    I voted Lib Dem to keep the Tories out of this city and it worked.
     
  12. ok no problem, i just thought that if you were saying that you expected some kind of robuttle
     
  13. Ha, the BNP fan can't even spell sentence, just about what I'd expect from that lot.

    Ian
     
  14. Its a messageboard, not an a level essay
     
  15. FFS - Stop prevaricating, get down off the fence and say what you really think. :thumbleft:
     
  16. Fcuking good job it isn't, you'd have monged that as well.
     
  17. I'm voting for Monty next time.......he seems like he's got a good handle on things :lol:
     
  18. Sorry chaps but I can't sit back and watch Geordie_dan being beaten to the ground on the basis of him having had the courage to say he had voted BNP. This is a democracy and it is his given right to do so; without harassment from his peers.

    I didn't waste my vote on the BNP. I probably wasted it on the Conservatives, instead. It must be acknowledged, though, that the BNP raise important points of national concern that the mainstream Parties prefer to quietly ignore. OK, it's not well thought out and much of it is worthy of a pissed up juvenile; but it is a point of view.

    This great nation of ours is awash with pink, fluffy liberal fanatics. Yes; fanatics. These people will bludgeon their way towards parity with the Roman/Greek/you name it Empire. Just maybe, perhaps, possibly it takes the likes of the BNP to draw lines in the sand to give the other fanatics a clue as to how far they can push.

    Modern democracy is remarkable. You can hold any opinion you wish so long as it doesn't offend ours. Stand back and think about it?
     
  19. The UK is, of course, that democracy and yes you can vote for whoever you like, that doesn't hide the fact that voting for the BNP makes you a halfwit who I personally would take great pleasure in kicking up and down a carpark and then dumping you in Luton with your BNP rosette nailed to your forehead.
    Does it then logically follow that I can take great pleasure in kicking MLP up and down said carpark for his postings?
    geordie_dan asked a simple question and did not deserve that sort of reply, just because his political views differ from yours MLP.
     
  20. MLP - I say chap we are in CA and not Lils. Threatening violence is not the done thing old chap.
     

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