UK General Election 2015

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  1. Tynamuna

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    Uk, why did you not vote Labour !!!!!
    The "things are good as they are" arguments does not work. The system in uk is awful for many hardworking uk citizens. You think that Labour voters are all benefit scroungers, but most of them are hardworking people who try their best to get a job. But the work climate is hard everywhere in the EU.

    Yes millibands system would have required alot of hardworking and a rocky start, but in the end it was the more sensible and fair system. You lost milliband, someone who was not a money driven fake as Cameron.

    Now after the tory, congratulatory "money burning, hooker, drugs and super bonuses" party
    They will go on to privatize the nhs, making the healthsystem a profitmaking machine, ignoring the poor and the sick. Then they will try to bully the EU to get special treatment to please their ignorant voters.

    All i can say is give them hell Cameron. Because if they were stuck in their ways enough to vote for you, i say drink their blood.

    Milliband, just give the whole country the middle finger!
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    Blair is gone !!!
    think forward
    Altough i'm happy that morrisseys beloved Nigel and UKIP, failed
     
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  2. Kewpie

    Kewpie Member Moderator Subscriber

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    I hope you are kidding.

    You are too young to know that in 1990 when John Redwood challenged John Major, Morrissey commented that he'd prefer Redwood because he's more interesting.
    This remark showed that Morrissey just said it in order to raise others' eyebrows.
     
  3. Anonymous

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    Hardly failure for UKIP who doubled their vote from the last election. You confuse the leader Farage and his result with the result for his party.
     
  4. Tynamuna

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    No i truly belive that Morrissey said that he like Nigel because he likes nigel and that he wants to shock
    Granted its mostly to shock, but i do think that he agrees with him!

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    Milliband should have won!
    Russell, your "revolution" failed when you jumped fron do not vote to vote Labour
    Which i'm happy for, because you where talking from your ass!
     
  5. Anonymous

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    The same was done in Sweden where the UKIP sister party The Sweden Democrats more than doubled their vote just to see all the other parties form a one party coalition to keep them fom power. SNP and UKIP situation is the same thing in another setup to keep UKIP away from any sort of influence. It is not only in North Korea and China they have a one party government because those people will do anything they can to remain power and control and totally ignore the voters. I noticed that just over half of all people in the UK voted and the way they ignore voters now means even less will vote the next time which is the perfect soil for the right wing parties across Europe who in recent years have grown into becoming a serious player both on the political scene and off it.
     
  6. Tynamuna

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    The fecking Daily Mail tories, kept ridiculing milliband and posting several stories on benefit scroungers and completely hiding all the hardworking Labour voters

    For godssake, just because the man had some trouble eating a sandwich, does not mean he can't run a country
     
  7. Anonymous

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    Well, Tynamuna is a swedish socialist who is seeing her own swedish socialist party starting to crack as the December Agreement is starting to become hard to stick to for the other parties. In Sweden people like her were raised in socialist households and those families will vote for the same party out of tradition no matter what the party currently stands for. They are completely obsessed with the conservatives and those wealthy and good looking people with incredible lives while the socialists themselves are rotting away at warehouses and stocking shelves at the nearest COOP. Their frustration is justified in that their lives are a complete waste of time and effort so if their party can remain in power they use that as the only shining light in what is otherwise a very dark tunnel.
     
  8. Anonymous

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    The Daily Mail are absolutely the best paper in the world and it is because they do not look away from facts and what some people may not wish to read or see. They have a huge success in the elections and we must thank them for keeping Britain as blue as possible in defence of values that always will be a last bastion against values that threaten our society on a whole. Cameron is a beacon of freedom in a very troubled world. I prefer politicians that went to posh universities rather then elbow grease morons dressed up in a suit that wears them and not the other way around.
     
  9. Charlie Cheswick

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    I don't particularly think Milliband was any good but then Cameron is a twat as well. I don't have an issue with the fact that the Tories got in after getting the most votes, that's how it works but...

    The coverage from the media in the run up to the election was nothing short of scandalous and when it's all one way traffic - as in spreading a drivel driven hate campaign towards one party - it's not a good thing for the country and our "democratic" process. Not that it has't always been the way but this time it seemed particularly distasteful. I'm more irked by this when I think about what the likes of The Mail and the Express' owners put into the country - e.g. nothing and yet they hold such influence. Then there's Rupert Murdoch who should have been thrown in jail but instead our great leader let him off and in return got his thank you present in the run up to the Election.

    The second problem I have is our electoral system. I've been voting for over 20 years but my vote hasn't counted towards anything yet, not once, I might as well have wiped my arse on my paper or taken Morrissey's stance of not bothering. All this because I've always lived in a safe seat constituency. This probably wouldn't matter for me so much this time but if I voted UKIP I'd wonder what the fuck was going on. I can't stand UKIP but if you get that amount of votes then your voice should be represented in Parliament.

    It just aint right.
     
  10. CrystalGeezer

    CrystalGeezer My secret's my enzyme.

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    Life is a Pig's tie. :squiffy:
     
  11. Uncleskinny

    Uncleskinny It's all good Subscriber

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    Sad, sad, sad. Another 5 Tory years. On the plus side, Galloway got his arse kicked out of Bradford, and Farage didn't get in.

    P.
     
  12. Tynamuna

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    Actually in the swedish elections i voted for miljopartiet
    So...... Get your facts right, but i'm guessing you are a troll. I'm not a socialist but the uk needed the Labour party, there a great class difference that country. People voted for Cameron because they have it well of and want to keep it that way and selfishly disregard the masses in need

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    Are you serious?
     
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  13. Tynamuna

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    I don't live in the uk, but i have this to say.
    You blew it people! I'am amazed that so many students wanted the tory to win. Don't you know that they will screw up all of your tuition fees by about a thousand quid.

    I'm guessing that those were the student whose tuition fee is payed by daddy and mommy

    Congrats Cameron, your biggest weapon in this election, was that the audience were fools
     
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  14. Bluebirds

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    So all socialists have shit jobs? Amazing stereotyping right there...
     
  15. Tynamuna

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    I'm moving to the uk and now i have to live with the torys. That are against evertrying that I'am
     
  16. Charlie Cheswick

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    More of us don't want them than do so you're in good company.

    The other fella's a either a moron or a shit troll, best ignored either way.
     
  17. Tynamuna

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    Jesus i mean everything, not everytrying.

    Do you guys think milliband sat at home listening to i know its over?

    I would say that Cameron, was at home listening to the "England is mine and It owes me a living" part of still ill over and over again, if his love for the Smiths was not a sham
     
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  18. Charlie Cheswick

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    I think he just said he likes The Smiths to get popularity with this niche market, trying to appeal to all people and all that. He can fuck off and like Take That, Spandau Ballet, Phil Collins, James Blunt or some other twat that's into his way of thinking.
     
  19. Kewpie

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    *palm face*

    From now on all the British politicians (except useless UKIP) have to convince the voters better not leave EU.
     
  20. Girl-with-the-Thorn

    Girl-with-the-Thorn If you hit me it's murder

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    Hence why I went for TUSC for parliamentary candidate and Greens for our local councillors rather than sticking to the status quo parties. :p Sick of 'em all to be honest. Would have been vaguely ok with Labour getting in though because at least they showed some intention of raising the minimum wage and generally not fucking people over quite as much. As it is, I'm just incredibly disappointed.

    More than a thousand I'd imagine. I was lucky enough to start uni the year before the last tuition fees price hike, but that time they almost tripled it (it went from around £3000 to £9000) so I dread to think how much debt people will be in after the next raise.
     
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