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Old 10-06-2004, 11:39 AM
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Hope everyone took the opportunity to get rid of some of these labour dopes!
I'm hoping for a good result from UKIP. That would disrupt the European parliment no end.
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Old 10-06-2004, 11:44 AM
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I hope that everybody went to vote, it doesnt matter who you vote for but I am one of those people that firmly believe that if you dont vote then you cant moan People have died in this country so that we can all have the right to vote.
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I hope that everybody went to vote, it doesnt matter who you vote for but I am one of those people that firmly believe that if you dont vote then you cant moan People have died in this country so that we can all have the right to vote.
HEAR HEAR! Couldn't agree more. Done it on the way to work this morning. If you don't vote you can't moan.

Doesn't matter who I voted for but the fact I did vote is more important.
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Old 10-06-2004, 12:23 PM
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Oh dear, I think I'm about to be disliked now.............


I could never vote although I was born here, until the day I married Shaggy.
So I was born here , but because I had Italian nationality on my passport I was not allowed to vote. Then I married Shaggy who has English nationality, I still having the same passport was then allowed to vote.......... well guess what,, I dont bother If my vote was not considered good enough then , then why should it now........
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I 'forgot' to fill in the bloody electoral thingy and before I knew it, it was too late and now I cant!
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Old 10-06-2004, 01:01 PM
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since i was old enough to vote i have always voted plaid cymru.
right up to 2 years ago when a high up in the party built a windfarm 4 miles from me.
then sold up his farm and moved where there are no wind farms.

do i like wind farms? do i f**k.

do they work? see above!
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Old 10-06-2004, 02:14 PM
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I've voted first thing this morning. The only thing wrong with today is that my youngest's school is being used as a polloing station so for the last two hours I've been playing Barbie's with her.
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I could never vote although I was born here, until the day I married Shaggy.
So I was born here , but because I had Italian nationality on my passport I was not allowed to vote. Then I married Shaggy who has English nationality, I still having the same passport was then allowed to vote.......... well guess what,, I dont bother If my vote was not considered good enough then , then why should it now........
I don't think anyone is going to dislike you for not voting, but if you are entitled and you haven't, then you have no right to moan about any future European legislation.
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Old 10-06-2004, 02:47 PM
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I don't think anyone is going to dislike you for not voting, but if you are entitled and you haven't, then you have no right to moan about any future European legislation.
Absolutely correctamundo I have no intentions of moaning whatsover until later tonight
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Old 10-06-2004, 03:52 PM
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YAYYYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE lets peal off these pampers and partayeeeeeeeeee!!!! oops wrong forum
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Old 10-06-2004, 04:36 PM
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I could never vote although I was born here, until the day I married Shaggy.
So I was born here , but because I had Italian nationality on my passport I was not allowed to vote. Then I married Shaggy who has English nationality, I still having the same passport was then allowed to vote.......... well guess what,, I dont bother If my vote was not considered good enough then , then why should it now........
if it makes you feel any better I'm half Italian (Naples) ............and half Welsh, obviously my mother has a sense of humour!!!!!
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Old 10-06-2004, 04:40 PM
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if it makes you feel any better I'm half Italian (Naples) ............and half Welsh, obviously my mother has a sense of humour!!!!!
Ooooohh I bet you've got both tempers too, lol .

I'm actually half and half too, half Sicilian and half italian
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Old 10-06-2004, 05:13 PM
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Ooooohh I bet you've got both tempers too, lol .

I'm actually half and half too, half Sicilian and half italian
EEEK!!!! keep knives and horses away from this woman
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I never bother to vote because no matter what they promise you before you vote you get the same old sh1t from them after they're elected no matter what party is in power. I never asked anyone to die for the right for me to vote so I don't care if they did - so there! Furthermore I'll moan about things if I want to 'cos nobody listens anyway! (slinks off to sulk in a corner).
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Old 10-06-2004, 05:27 PM
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ROFL-PMSL-LMFAO , well done, you just had me in stitches - is there a nurse in the house? I cant breath ................
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Right here goes my two pennorth.If you have the right to vote and dont use it you have no right to complain if legislation comes that you dont agree with.If you cant be arsed to get up and vote as far as I am concerned you are a nonentity and are not worth bothering with.many people have given up their lives and /or liberty for the right to vote in this country.it is you right to vote use it!.before you say buit there arnt any partys whose policys i agree with.Go down to the polling booth and write on your.ballot form none of the above.I believe that it should be made compulsory to vote ,with a hefty fine if you dont and to appease the I dont want to vote for any one a section on the ballot paper should be available to mark as an abstaining.

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Well, we may have had people die for us so we can vote BUT we also have the right NOT to vote.........*well i did vote* but it was a protest vote as they are all lieing scum, who will say anything to have us vote for them, it would be really nice if someone would come and give us the truth, like OK we need to tax you all to the hilt so we can get loads of money and yeah the NHS is a bottomless pit COS every one who works there nicks the bloody kettles lol and there are far too many asylum seekers but hey thier relatives will vote for us and sooner or latewr they will vote for us if we give them what they want......... blah bloody blah blluuugghhhhhhhhhhhhhh more bull****e........
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[QUOTE=dracken1]since i was old enough to vote i have always voted plaid cymru.
right up to 2 years ago when a high up in the party built a windfarm 4 miles from me.
then sold up his farm and moved where there are no wind farms.

do i like wind farms? do i f**k.

do they work? see above![/
How many terrorists are going to fly a jumbo into a windmill? i know which is the safer option and its not Sellafield Nuclear Plant
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Old 10-06-2004, 07:15 PM
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since i was old enough to vote i have always voted plaid cymru.
right up to 2 years ago when a high up in the party built a windfarm 4 miles from me.
then sold up his farm and moved where there are no wind farms.

do i like wind farms? do i f**k.

do they work? see above![/
How many terrorists are going to fly a jumbo into a windmill? i know which is the safer option and its not Sellafield Nuclear Plant
Yep and how many wind farms are going to poison the environment, I would have a wind farm in my back garden any day, *brilliant invention* feckin snobs who don't like them.............
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Old 10-06-2004, 08:37 PM
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How many terrorists are going to fly a jumbo into a windmill? i know which is the safer option and its not Sellafield Nuclear Plant
since there is not and never has been any plan to build a nuclear power plant where the wind farm is at present, then that statement is rather irrevelant.

sellafield is a joke its just there to service other countries nuclear waste.
windfarms shot up as a result of generous grants. not because people cared.

not liking wind turbines does not make me a snob, i don't like sprouts and turnips either or most cars made by ford.

theres a flock of 19 turbines near me.
the power they produse in one year
a nuclear plant can produce in one day
to power the country we'd need so many of them that there would be
roundabouts around them, you'd be able to tie your washing lines to them because there would probably be one in everybodies garden.
and they are not quiet.
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Old 10-06-2004, 09:30 PM
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I always vote, but for the first time I voted by way of post, to be honest I'd much rather go to the booth, at least i know my vote has got to where it is ment to be.
I just watched tarrent on tv, and ive just seen some so called christian ( who was a prest ) tell jerry sprinnger that jews are low lifes and some other things that left me with my jaw dropping on the floor. I just hope that partys like the bnp never get in to any kind of power. soz a bit political but I just had to get it off my chest.
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Old 10-06-2004, 09:57 PM
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another little fact many people don't realise is the secret vote.
imagine you support a party such as the bnp.
and you put your cross in the box in the little room, fold it up and drop it in the box.

no one knows who you voted for. wrong!.

those votes are not burnt when polling day is over they are taken away.

now if some goverment body were keen to find out who supports the bnp.
they can start going through the voting slips from areas were bnp stood and low and behold they find your slip.
and there it is. a serial number which tells them who used that slip.

not such a secret vote anymore is it
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another little fact many people don't realise is the secret vote.
imagine you support a party such as the bnp.
and you put your cross in the box in the little room, fold it up and drop it in the box.

no one knows who you voted for. wrong!.

those votes are not burnt when polling day is over they are taken away.

now if some goverment body were keen to find out who supports the bnp.
they can start going through the voting slips from areas were bnp stood and low and behold they find your slip.
and there it is. a serial number which tells them who used that slip.

not such a secret vote anymore is it
I spoiled my vote "NONE OF THE ABOVE". dont panic draken old son they ( THE GOVERMENT) no more about you than you know about them
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thank you hi-tower.

it's my own fault for watching mel gibson in the film "conspiracy theory" once to often
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Who cares if they know how you vote? According to this Government if you vote Conservative you're an extremist, so why not be one and vote for any other party than Tony B liar's New spin party? At least whilst they're busy seeing how you voted, they're not giving away anymore British sovereignty to the European Union

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Suffolk coast being eroded !

I bet its them thieving holiday makers from Cambridgeshire nicking bits !

P.S cheers for the Country Breed tickets for tommorrow, I'll buy you a few when we next meet.


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Ok, as a nonentiy that is not worth bothering with here is my tupence worth.

I used to vote, i now chose to abstain, yes praps i could vote with a novote to show my displeasure with the current state of stuff, but in my experience it is in the powers of the big fish that the changes lie not joe blogs.

Ok, so some may say that i have no place to complain, but i do have freedom of speech and i will use it. How ever, i pay little attention to politics these days.

I used to regulary watch the news and question time as i did have an interest in the current state of politics, but there have been so many duff desisions and new regs that just did my head in, and yes, i protested against many of the things that i found to be wrong in my opinion, but they still went through.

So i abstain, but i rarely complain, life is to short.
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