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Labour - TSR isn't a good place to get an idea though. I will probably end up voting tory when that prick David Cameron is out of office. Can't stand the guy. Gordon Brown gets my vote next time, though.
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Tory, unless the candidate for my area is strongly socially conservative, in which case Liberal Democrat, unless that one is overtly socialist, in which case I'll probably vote for UKIP or something.
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Labour - TSR isn't a good place to get an idea though. I will probably end up voting tory when that prick David Cameron is out of office. Can't stand the guy. Gordon Brown gets my vote next time, though.
So, you are just voting based on the leader's personality? Right...
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It scares me how many people want to vote Conservative.
"new labour" is not brilliant but it's better than nothing.
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I don't feel any of the main three represent me yet I feel obligated to vote. So I'm gonna waste it on a minor party. The Tories have already won where I am and I'm sure it will be the same nationally. I would vote Labour but they've lost my vote due to a decade-long gang **** of the NHS and still thinking ID cards are a sound investment. The Lib Dem's just don't come across as being strong enough to hold a country together. Oh and the Tories have just been critising Brown over the downturn but haven't said what they'd do instead except increase credit facilities to the public, for obvious reasons they retracted this thought.
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Conservative.
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#27
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oh no i cant believe how many people are going to vote tory *heave*
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Conservative.
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(Original post by mackeroo)
oh no i cant believe how many people are going to vote tory *heave*
Because the last 12 years have been great...
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Wanna guess who gets my vote? :awesome:
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(Original post by artemisa)
So, you are just voting based on the leader's personality? Right...
No, there are other reasons. But that is one of them. Anyways... It's my vote, I can vote for whatever reason I desire.
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Conservatives. No question.

I'd have preferred Alan Duncan or Liam Fox, to be honest, but Cameron is a good man nonetheless and will make an excellent PM.
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I'll probably end up having to look at who my candidate is. I'd say tory, but I doubt I'd be very enthusiastic in supporting them. Are any of the parties planning to stop bailouts, legalise stuff, reduce government spending and cut taxes? I stopped paying attention to UK politics when they all started trying to persuade me to give a crap about grammar schools in lieu of things that actually matter.
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(Original post by DayneD89)
Wanna guess who gets my vote?
Labour?
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#35
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Tory
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Labour?
Yep I'm a raging socialist. :tongue:
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#37
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Okay I can't vote cause I live in a different country but I'm thinking if I could, I'd probably vote lib dem. I mean the economy's gone to **** and everything so that's sort of important and stuff and I'm much closer to the conservatives economically but Britain's been making a lot of really weird and evil laws lately that the lib dems probably don't approve of and as far as Nick Clegg goes, I totally would.
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Scottish National Party.
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#39
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i won't vote.
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Conservative.
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