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Me still stick with Labour. Feel that Cameron is being used like a trojan horse to get old style cons in.

White man speak with fork tongue.

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Up north of the border, I have to say it seems a whole bunch of sheep are being herded into the SNP pen, for the upcoming Scottish elections in May.

 

Fully expect to see independence and ritual burning of any people with English origins in the coming months.

 

Think I'll vote Green.

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I don't personally vote but if I did, and realistically given that it's a choice between Labour and Conservative, I'd vote Conservative this time around.

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Dunno who I'll vote for.

 

Certainly not Conservative. I don't trust them one little bit.

 

The BNP rarely put any candidates here but I wouldn't/don't vote for those vile knuckle-dragging thick racists anyway.

 

Labour - I might switch back, but I'm not happy in doing so.

 

Liberal Democrat - I switched to them from Labour, but since they've been running the council they've turned into a right bunch of sanctimonious pricks. Long story, but we've had issues with them over the wheelie bins and their policies on this make the SS seem lenient.

 

Green - Perhaps. They probably stand the best chance now of doing something than ever before.

 

Socialists - If they're running they stand a reasonable chance of getting my vote.

 

Communists - Unlikely, but an outside chance of my vote.

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My less than popular views on global warming don't seem to be echoed by any party so i'll probably end up not voting at all.

 

If I was forced to Labour or Lib Dem.

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Voted lib dem last time. Won't do it again this time, Ming Campbell is an old fool. I would consider voting for labour when Blair is gone. Won't vote for the tories as i don't trust Cameron. Probably Labour next time unless Brown or who ever else is in charge has pissed me off then it'll be for one of the random independants that amuses me most at the time.

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I like our MP, whose Labour, but i'm fed up of the government and feel its time for a change. Plus I don't trust Gordon Brown at all

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Depends how Brown does as PM. I'll at least give him a chance, unlike a lot of people who have written him off already. He's going to be the next leader of Labour and therefore the next prime minister so we might as well see how he does.

 

Unfortunately I feel Cameron is nailed on to win the next general election, regardless of how successful Brown is.

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I spoil my ballot, but every time I do I feel like a petulant child who would rather ruin the game by taking his ball home than not get his own way.

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I spoil my ballot, but every time I do I feel like a petulant child who would rather ruin the game by taking his ball home than not get his own way.

 

:lol:

 

At least you're making the effort to register and go to the polling station. How do you spoil it? The phrase 'spoiling your ballot' is quite similar to 'do not let your dog spoil the footpath' and it invokes similar mental images for me. :unsure:

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I spoil my ballot, but every time I do I feel like a petulant child who would rather ruin the game by taking his ball home than not get his own way.

 

:lol:

 

At least you're making the effort to register and go to the polling station. How do you spoil it? The phrase 'spoiling your ballot' is quite similar to 'do not let your dog spoil the footpath' and it invokes similar mental images for me. :lol:

I just write "None of the Above" across the ballot

 

although eating a curry the night before, storing it up til the voting booth is free then pebble dashing the paper does sound appealing

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The local MP for Blyth Valley is a twat of the highest order and comes second last only should the BNP choose to run a candidate.

 

While my local wards generally vote Labour, its all Conservatives and LibDems in the council elections.

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