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    EU Elections

    Post  Admin on Thu 15 May 2014, 5:04 pm

    Seeing as they are coming up soon I thought it might be interesting to see who is voting for who and why ?
    You all know who will be getting my vote , what about the rest of you .
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    Post  westhamonkey on Thu 15 May 2014, 6:28 pm


    I don't know who you're voting for... do tell
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    Post  alfiehammer on Thu 15 May 2014, 6:47 pm

    I voted for ukip as i like to see Nigel farage kicking some euro booty. I wouldn't vote for ukip in the general election mind. Heard some very dubious policies
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    Post  westhamonkey on Thu 15 May 2014, 8:12 pm


    Nigel Farage couldn't kick his way out of a wet paper bag.

    I'm curious why you'd vote for him this time but not at a General Election
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    Post  alfiehammer on Thu 15 May 2014, 10:57 pm

    I don't think I agree with some of ukip's policies as a whole, and wouldn't trust them to run the country, but giving them a few protest votes in Europe doesn't seem such a bad thing to me.


    I would point out I think all parties and politicians are much of a muchness, to run a whole country and keep everyone happy is impossible for anyone. I don't know much about politics and don't particularly care either.

    Want my taxes low, a good NHS, look after the services and no silly wars and I'm happy enough
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    Post  Blakey on Fri 16 May 2014, 5:19 am

    alfiehammer wrote:

    Want my taxes low, a good NHS, look after the services and no silly wars and I'm happy enough


    Thats a Labour voter talking then.
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    Post  Tony P on Fri 16 May 2014, 7:07 am

    Blakey wrote:
    alfiehammer wrote:

    Want my taxes low, a good NHS, look after the services and no silly wars and I'm happy enough


    Thats a Labour voter talking then.

    Really?!! The party that had 90% income tax when I was growing up and also took our boys/girls into Iraq on a lie about WOMD
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    Post  alfiehammer on Fri 16 May 2014, 8:37 am

    Tony P wrote:
    Blakey wrote:
    alfiehammer wrote:

    Want my taxes low, a good NHS, look after the services and no silly wars and I'm happy enough


    Thats a Labour voter talking then.

    Really?!! The party that had 90% income tax when I was growing up and also took our boys/girls into Iraq on a lie about WOMD

    War in Iraq/ WOMD was my reason for voting conservative last time around after being a staunch labour voter.

    Other thing for me to consider is I'm a low wage earner, but rest of my family aren't so probably best for me to vote to support the rest of my family.
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    Post  Admin on Fri 16 May 2014, 11:39 am

    westhamonkey wrote:
    Nigel Farage couldn't kick his way out of a wet paper bag.

    I'm curious why you'd vote for him this time but not at a General Election

    Care to elaborate on the wet paper bag kicking
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    Post  Admin on Fri 16 May 2014, 5:40 pm

    Tony P wrote:
    Blakey wrote:
    alfiehammer wrote:

    Want my taxes low, a good NHS, look after the services and no silly wars and I'm happy enough


    Thats a Labour voter talking then.

    Really?!! The party that had 90% income tax when I was growing up and also took our boys/girls into Iraq on a lie about WOMD

    And have been dipping down the British pensions since 1997
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    Post  westhamonkey on Fri 16 May 2014, 7:07 pm

    Admin wrote:
    westhamonkey wrote:
    Nigel Farage couldn't kick his way out of a wet paper bag.

    I'm curious why you'd vote for him this time but not at a General Election

    Care to elaborate on the wet paper bag kicking

    for sure...

    a paper bag is not generally reckoned to be something not particularly robust

    adding water to the substance of that bag is generally accepted as reducing the already limited tensile strength of said pulp based container

    being unable to kick ones way out of such a structure in circumstances of its weakened state would be the province of someone particularly weak and clueless.
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    Post  Admin on Fri 16 May 2014, 7:34 pm

    westhamonkey wrote:
    Admin wrote:
    westhamonkey wrote:
    Nigel Farage couldn't kick his way out of a wet paper bag.

    I'm curious why you'd vote for him this time but not at a General Election

    Care to elaborate on the wet paper bag kicking

    for sure...

    a paper bag is not generally reckoned to be something not particularly robust

    adding water to the substance of that bag is generally accepted as reducing the already limited tensile strength of said pulp based container  

    being unable to kick ones way out of such a structure in circumstances of its weakened state would be the province of someone particularly weak and clueless.
    I was thinking more along the lines , why you think Nigel Farage can not kick his way out of the said subject and you still have not stated who you will vote for
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    Post  mottinghammer on Sat 17 May 2014, 11:09 am

    Thinking about the English democrats as i like the idea of an ENGLISH parliament as every other fupper has their own! I wonder if they will rebuild Hadrians wall?englandsmiley 

    Just don't know much about any of their other policies (if they have any). Once voted labour will never do again, have voted Tory a number of times, they are almost the same today, all slimy middle class twats that went to the same schools and have never had a proper job. 😠 

    Once voted for the Monster Raving Loony Party having met the great Screaming Lord Sutch while on duty outside the Palace of Westminster, right nice fella, and had some sensible things to say, but was a bit smelly bless him! Vomit 

    Only political party I have ever voted for that got the job done they said they would was the Valley Party in the Greenwich Council elections back in the early 1990's, they got Charlton back to the valley and then disbanded, like most other political parties should!!!
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    Post  Dan C on Sat 17 May 2014, 12:26 pm

    I'm a member of the Labour Party so my vote won't be going anywhere else!
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    Post  Harry R on Sat 17 May 2014, 9:03 pm

    I'll be voting Labour, best of a bad bunch. Could never vote for UKIP as they are opposed to free speech and that is something important to me.
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    Post  Admin on Sun 18 May 2014, 1:27 pm

    Harry Roberts wrote:I'll be voting Labour, best of a bad bunch. Could never vote for UKIP as they are opposed to free speech and that is something important to me.


    Dont know where you get that from Arry , UKIP are definitely not opposed to free speech , you aint been reading the current bun again have you ?
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    Post  Harry R on Sun 18 May 2014, 2:16 pm

    Admin wrote:
    Harry Roberts wrote:I'll be voting Labour, best of a bad bunch. Could never vote for UKIP as they are opposed to free speech and that is something important to me.


    Dont know where you get that from Arry , UKIP are definitely not opposed to free speech , you aint been reading the current bun again have you ?

    As a football supporter I would never read that rag. No, I'm referring to stuff which has been widely reported (can't post links for 7 days since joining but just google - Police ask blogger to remove tweet about UKIP)
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    Post  Admin on Sun 18 May 2014, 5:00 pm

    I think you will find the Police said you are not breaking any laws and there is nothing we can do to you but we have to ask you to remove it just to clear it off our books .
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    Post  Harry R on Sun 18 May 2014, 5:07 pm

    Admin wrote:I think you will find the Police said you are not breaking any laws and there is nothing we can do to you but we have to ask you to remove it just to clear it off our books .

    Yeah, not particularly blaming the police though it seems silly they couldn't just tell UKIP to stop wasting their time if no law has been broken. UKIP wanting someone saying non threatening, negative things about them to be arrested though sets a very worrying precedence about what they think of free speech.
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    Post  Johnny K on Mon 19 May 2014, 9:24 am

    Out of interest G, are you voting in Sweden or do you still have a UK vote?

    I am registered to vote in the Finnish list.  I am voting for an Åland candidate on the basis that Åland should have it's own representative as a separate, autonomous region of Finland.

    Probably vote Labour in the UK.  As far as I see it UKIP are disaffected tories.
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    Post  Admin on Mon 19 May 2014, 4:20 pm

    Harry Roberts wrote:
    Admin wrote:I think you will find the Police said you are not breaking any laws and there is nothing we can do to you but we have to ask you to remove it just to clear it off our books .

    Yeah, not particularly blaming the police though it seems silly they couldn't just tell UKIP to stop wasting their time if no law has been broken. UKIP wanting someone saying non threatening, negative things about them to be arrested though sets a very worrying precedence about what they think of free speech.
    Yep thats the one , a non story just like most of the tricks the Lib/Lab/Con get up to because they see UKIP as a threat and they will stoop to anything to find smear on us , yes I,m a payed up UKIP member and as I said the other parties are scared because the Westminster bubble is about to burst  hatsoff
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    Post  Admin on Mon 19 May 2014, 4:25 pm

    Johnny K wrote:Out of interest G, are you voting in Sweden or do you still have a UK vote?

    I am registered to vote in the Finnish list.  I am voting for an Åland candidate on the basis that Åland should have it's own representative as a separate, autonomous region of Finland.

    Probably vote Labour in the UK.  As far as I see it UKIP are disaffected tories.
    I got a letter from the UK about six weeks ago asking if I will be voting over here or in the UK , I know I cant vote back home so I will be voting for the party that is against the EU over here SD might be a bit too right , bit like Liebor Wink , still got a week over here on the mainland so will weigh it up in the week .
     Looks like its me and you Alfie with a possible two more that I can think of   
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    Post  Johnny K on Mon 19 May 2014, 6:27 pm

    A couple of people who have moved  over here tell me they can still vote in the UK.  I've never heard anything. They must have been glad to see the back of me!
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    Post  Admin on Tue 20 May 2014, 5:36 am

    If you have been gone for more than five years you lose the right to vote back home dude
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    Post  Suzanne Claret on Fri 23 May 2014, 12:25 pm

    I voted Green in the Euro Elections, voted for her last time and she's been doing a good job.

    Voted for the Socialist Union Allayance in the local elections.


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