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Poll: Are you voting? If so, who for?
Conservative 49 (37.98%)
Labour 6 (4.65%)
Lib dems 8 (6.2%)
UKIP 25 (19.38%)
Green 2 (1.55%)
SNP 9 (6.98%)
Other(state) 2 (1.55%)
Not voting, we're shagged whoever wins. 28 (21.71%)


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VegasPhil
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Results are interesting. Goes to show what the younger voters think (no pensioners on CS!) and there must be approx 70 votes so far in that poll.

All that is left is to drum up some media interest in the results of the CS poll


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Some people will never vote tories after the poll tax
Some people will never vote labour after they handles the economy
Lib. Den were seen as a party who could actually win it last time round but now it looks as though they have fallen behind UKIP in polls.
Shocking to see the state of the party leaders too, Nicola Sturgeon is the only one I actually like
Ed looks like a bad doppelganger of himself
Cameron is so far removed from normal people he looks like he is made of rubber
Nick Clegg has the constant look on his face that he is going to break down in tears if he's asked a question - and him avoiding the TV debates is definitely going to hurt his party's chances.
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The worrying thing for me about it all was that UKIP actually seemed to gain support after the first televised debate. Kinda shows how well they've done in their campaigning and fearmongering

[Edited on 23-04-2015 by Cavey]
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Royal mail will disapear in our lifetime anyway, why not just accelorate the process?
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I actually think some of there ideas are good. It would undoubteably be a disaster if they got into power, but some harder line approaches with some things are definitely needed.

There is a lot of "thats racist" remarks they get labelled with unfairly imo, largely through the left wing cunts that got us into the mess in the first place, oh and students, students are utter utter cunts
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quote:
Originally posted by Cavey
The worrying thing for me about it all was that UKIP actually seemed to gain support after the first televised debate. Kinda shows how well they've done in their campaigning and fearmongering

[Edited on 23-04-2015 by Cavey]


Its easy for them:

1) They are telling people what they WANT to hear.
2) They have no previous track record to judge them on.
3) They have no previous experience of leading a parliament so have un-real expectations.

It saddens me that people are so fickle to not realise that Farage is a dreamer, there is nothing to backup their policies.

Interestingly enough a very similar party was formed in Munich around 1919 called the German Workers Party, they grew in popularity and later changed their name to one you might recognise... ...The Nazi Party..
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Steve has really been burnt by a student in the past
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I see them all the time with their aggressive posts on facebook, the ironic thing is they are so passionate for freedom of speech, and acceptance of all opinion, yet their very own actions go right against freedom of speech and acceptance of other peoples opinions
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And she was only 11.
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Facebook seems to wind you up so much, quit it if you feel that strongly
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quote:
Originally posted by Steve
I see them all the time with their aggressive posts on facebook, the ironic thing is they are so passionate for freedom of speech, and acceptance of all opinion, yet their very own actions go right against freedom of speech and acceptance of other peoples opinions


You can't tar every student like because you decided to befriend a few man-bun tight wearing fannies on bookface



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....Nicola Sturgeon is the only one I actually like.


Why exactly?

She comes across as being extremely ruthless and hostile with having only one agenda which doesn't include helping the UK in any shape or form.

She's certainly not someone i'd want as PM.

[Edited on 23-04-2015 by Dom]
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There was a top knot cunt down the gym yesterday
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There was a top knot cunt down the gym yesterday
as if you go to a gym
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The prevailing attitude amongst those opposed to voting Labour seems to be 'I'm doing quite well actually, fuck everyone else'
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Yeah, and those are the people who work hard and don't sponge off the system. They've all just got lining their pockets in mind, you gotta look after number one - which is you (and your family!)

[Edited on 23-04-2015 by pow]
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Steve
There was a top knot cunt down the gym yesterday
as if you go to a gym


Think he meant himself!
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Alright pal calm down
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Nic Barnes
quote:
Originally posted by Steve
There was a top knot cunt down the gym yesterday
as if you go to a gym


Think he meant himself!
unsure tbh, the guy has to run his replies past his mum before he posts them.
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Cavey
The worrying thing for me about it all was that UKIP actually seemed to gain support after the first televised debate. Kinda shows how well they've done in their campaigning and fearmongering

[Edited on 23-04-2015 by Cavey]


Its easy for them:

1) They are telling people what they WANT to hear.
2) They have no previous track record to judge them on.
3) They have no previous experience of leading a parliament so have un-real expectations.

It saddens me that people are so fickle to not realise that Farage is a dreamer, there is nothing to backup their policies.

Interestingly enough a very similar party was formed in Munich around 1919 called the German Workers Party, they grew in popularity and later changed their name to one you might recognise... ...The Nazi Party..


It was called the NSDAP mate
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Yeah, and those are the people who work hard and don't sponge off the system. They've all just got lining their pockets in mind, you gotta look after number one - which is you (and your family!)

[Edited on 23-04-2015 by pow]


I said this yesterday to my Asian friend and he reply was: ''spoken like a true gora''
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The 22 not currently voting will be amongst the first to complain about who gets in and their policies.
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quote:
Originally posted by Ben G
quote:
Originally posted by DaveyLC
quote:
Originally posted by Cavey
The worrying thing for me about it all was that UKIP actually seemed to gain support after the first televised debate. Kinda shows how well they've done in their campaigning and fearmongering

[Edited on 23-04-2015 by Cavey]


Its easy for them:

1) They are telling people what they WANT to hear.
2) They have no previous track record to judge them on.
3) They have no previous experience of leading a parliament so have un-real expectations.

It saddens me that people are so fickle to not realise that Farage is a dreamer, there is nothing to backup their policies.

Interestingly enough a very similar party was formed in Munich around 1919 called the German Workers Party, they grew in popularity and later changed their name to one you might recognise... ...The Nazi Party..


It was called the NSDAP mate



DAP (Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) and then later the NSDAP h'actually.. 'German Workers Party' is the English translation.
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quote:
Originally posted by DaveyLC
quote:
Originally posted by Cavey
The worrying thing for me about it all was that UKIP actually seemed to gain support after the first televised debate. Kinda shows how well they've done in their campaigning and fearmongering

[Edited on 23-04-2015 by Cavey]


Its easy for them:

1) They are telling people what they WANT to hear.
2) They have no previous track record to judge them on.
3) They have no previous experience of leading a parliament so have un-real expectations.

It saddens me that people are so fickle to not realise that Farage is a dreamer, there is nothing to backup their policies.

Interestingly enough a very similar party was formed in Munich around 1919 called the German Workers Party, they grew in popularity and later changed their name to one you might recognise... ...The Nazi Party..


I'm no lover of UKIP but I wouldn't mind hearing how they are similar to the Nazi's exactly?
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they want rid of gypsys, thats why davey is worried. his family are in danger.
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quote:
Originally posted by MoesTavern
The prevailing attitude amongst those opposed to voting Labour seems to be 'I'm doing quite well actually, fuck everyone else'


Ed Miliband is the number one reason i won't vote be voting Labour; if it was his brother, then it might be a different story

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