Local Elections

Who's it gonna be?

Conservative
11
26%
Labour
9
21%
Liberal Democrats
11
26%
BNP
8
19%
UKIP
1
2%
Referendum
0
No votes
Green
0
No votes
Other (Please specify)
3
7%
 
Total votes: 43
all new Phil
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Sun 01 Apr, 2007 03.22

So to summarise - are you going to vote for them or not? ;)
onetrickpony
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Sun 01 Apr, 2007 10.36

Just incase anyone misunderstood my post (as Stuart did via PM) i will never vote for the BNP.
Johnny
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Sun 01 Apr, 2007 13.09

Mich, all points there you made as to why the BNP are out of touch cunts are completely accurate.... Except the rail privatisation bit.

I can't speak for BR outside London but half of the TOC's (Train operating companies) are fucking useless:

"(n)one" railway, First C(r)aptial Connect & First (not-so) Great Western are absolutely crap on time keeping with FirstGWR having only 75% of all intercity journey's on time

However that been said, I felt really let down by that twat of a judge who didn't give Nick Griffin an sort of punsihment :x

Vote wise, I would probably say Labour but all three main parties are useless, Cameron is just Tony Blair II (as seen on a front cover of Private Eye of "successful human cloning") :lol:
Johnny

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James Martin
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Sun 01 Apr, 2007 15.07

I will just reiterate that I am actually planning to vote Tory.

I only see a growing case to vote BNP. Like I said, many of their ideas and policies (as Mich has gone into great depth about on the previous page) are still, at best, questionable.

It is, however, interesting to note, that at the time of writing (Just after 3pm on Sunday) BNP are second in the poll - to Mr Cameron and Co.!
GNiel
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Mon 02 Apr, 2007 08.12

James Martin wrote:Conservative for me.

At the massive risk of getting a massive kicking, I am nonetheless getting more and more tempted to vote BNP (if there were a candidate standing.)

Although I believe that some of their practices are questionable, they have tried very hard to bring important issues to the country's attention.
Same for me. I am voting Tory because I like the local candidate, otherwise I would vote BNP because Cameron is a brown noser, who cant speak his mind.

The BNP would not stand for this Iran shit for the start. To be frank, it would be quite entertaining to see Nick Griffin given the keys to number 10. He is less of a loony than the rest of them, if you ask me!

And I was formerly a staunch Tory.
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Sput
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Mon 02 Apr, 2007 09.16

I don't know how we've managed, but in you we seem to have found someone with even less of a clue about politics than James!
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James Martin
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Mon 02 Apr, 2007 11.04

I put it to YOU that you don't have a clue.

Or maybe you like seeing our national heritage eroded.

Each to their own and all that.
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Mon 02 Apr, 2007 11.04

To ever find a party where you agree with every one of their policies, one hundred percent, would be extremely unlikely.

You, therefore, vote for the party which has more policies you agree with than the others; and the fewest of those you totally disagree with.

Everyone can pick a handful of policies they disagree with, from every party, and put a nice negative post on here, so there's little point.

The fact is that, with my naturally right wing views, the BNP are coming up with more and more policies that I agree with and less and less that I disagree with.

Whilst I shall probably go with UKIP this May, I'm certainly not ruling out the possibility of the BNP becoming my party of choice over the next (very) few years, given the direction in which they are moving.

You certainly should not write them off totally, just because of a perception of what they used to stand for.

Tony Blair would never have got in if everybody had voted based on their perception of what old labour stood for.
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Mon 02 Apr, 2007 11.15

James Martin wrote:Or maybe you like seeing our national heritage eroded.
What, exactly does that mean? How is your Englishness/Britishness being eroded?

Or is it just another way of saying "too many darkies"?
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James Martin
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Mon 02 Apr, 2007 11.21

No, just another way saying fuck off you sheep-shagging cockmaster.

Or is it a fat virgin Jamezie? I'm never sure.
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Sput
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Mon 02 Apr, 2007 11.34

James Martin wrote:I put it to YOU that you don't have a clue.

Or maybe you like seeing our national heritage eroded.

Each to their own and all that.
Come on James, in a way I was paying you a compliment! I've enough of a clue to think it actually WOULDN'T be funny to put a bigot in charge of the country. I know, I must seem *quite* mad. I also have enough of a clue to be able to see that 'not standing' for this Iran situation is a really short sighted "solution", and GNeil is clearly self-important enough to buy into believing that they're remotely capable of solving what they see as problems without social unrest, economic collapse and/or international conflict.

My personal favourite from the BNP's site is "Thatchers will be very important in our society", and they're not talking about the non-turning ones.
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