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    George Osborne - Crony Capitalist.
    David Cameron - Feudal Royalist.
    Ian Duncan Smith - Bigot.
    Ester McVey - Bigot.
    Keith Vaz - Labours biggest hypocrite.
    Harriet Herman - Champagne Socialist Dinosaur.
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    (Original post by illegaltobepoor)
    George Osborne - Crony Capitalist.
    David Cameron - Feudal Royalist.
    Ian Duncan Smith - Bigot.
    Ester McVey - Bigot.
    Keith Vaz - Labours biggest hypocrite.
    Harriet Herman - Champagne Socialist Dinosaur.
    What do you have against the monarchy?
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Do you think Clarke should have been left in his post. Given how early he was sacked i don't think it was the Ukip brigade forcing his hand but that rape comment which actually most people would probably agree with (all rapes are serious but a violent rape in a park is probably more serious than a wife saying no half way through).
    Yes, definitely. I wish he'd have succeeded in becoming leader and I would have voted for them if he had. The rape comment was perfectly reasonable; of course some rapes are more serious than others. A 17 and 15 year old couple having sex is much less serious than a group of adults gang raping a small child, I mean for goodness sake!
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    (Original post by Birkenhead)
    What do you have against the monarchy?
    Everything.

    Putting ordinary working people families into poverty if the men refuse to fight for their Monarch.

    Put it this way. My favourite film is Ironclad where a Knights Templar destroyed King John's mercenary Army and then left him to die to bandits on his exile.

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    (Original post by illegaltobepoor)
    Everything.

    Putting ordinary working people families into poverty if the men refuse to fight for their Monarch.

    Put it this way. My favourite film is Ironclad where a Knights Templar destroyed King John's mercenary Army and then left him to die to bandits on his exile.

    What on earth...? We don't live in a medieval society anymore.
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    (Original post by Birkenhead)
    What on earth...? We don't live in a medieval society anymore.
    You keep telling yourself that. I know how the money system works in this land. I know about the birth certificate enslavement to relation towards our national debt and I know that the Queen owns every bit of land on the forsaken Isle.

    Don't play games with me.

    You've heard my view. And know this. The pitch forks are rising.
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    (Original post by illegaltobepoor)
    You keep telling yourself that. I know how the money system works in this land. I know about the birth certificate enslavement to relation towards our national debt and I know that the Queen owns every bit of land on the forsaken Isle.

    Don't play games with me.

    You've heard my view. And know this. The pitch forks are rising.
    Are you sarcastic or are you drunk?

    The monarchy is an asset to this country in every sense. They have nothing to lose as politicians would and are bred to serve. Queen Elizabeth is a wonderful woman who has devoted her life to this nation. If nothing else, they benefit the people financially.

    You don't seriously believe that if we had a Blair or Sarkozy as our elected Head of State we would be better off, do you? We are unique in this country in having struck a balance between the elected and unelected and I frankly resent those who see direct elections as the better choice in every scenario. It is healthy for our country to have some spaces where leaders are not pressured into opinions as a result of their selfish desire to maintain personal position.
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    (Original post by Birkenhead)
    Are you sarcastic or are you drunk?

    The monarchy is an asset to this country in every sense. They have nothing to lose as politicians would and are bred to serve. Queen Elizabeth is a wonderful woman who has devoted her life to this nation. If nothing else, they benefit the people financially.

    You don't seriously believe that if we had a Blair or Sarkozy as our elected Head of State we would be better off, do you? We are unique in this country in having struck a balance between the elected and unelected and I frankly resent those who see direct elections as the better choice in every scenario. It is healthy for our country to have some spaces where leaders are not pressured into opinions as a result of their selfish desire to maintain personal position.
    We do not live in a true democracy. At best we live in a Crony Capitalist state which could easily revert to Feudalism if no Government can be formed by elected representatives.

    A third of the land still belongs to the aristocracy which resembles the enslavement of every man, women and child in the UK.

    The Queen has a unelected bunch of royalists to deny the will of the people.

    To top if off the Queen needs to decide who she worships. Satan or Jesus Christ. The Queen has been seen multiple times with Masonic agents. The best example is when she attended a Masonic hospital.

    Majority of Christians know what the Masonic Compass means. The Masonic lodges and popular music culture have made it obvious what kind of world we live in. Denying this just makes you look stupid.
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    1. IDS
    2. Hunt/Lansley
    3. Osborne
    4. Shapps
    5. Grayling
    6. Harman

    God was it hard picking only six. I put Hunt and Lansley together because while Hunt is the more odious person Lansley put through the Act. Also because I'm not convinced they're not just two human skins worn by a robot killing machine.

    After seeing someone mention Keith Vaz, he's a shock entry at number 7.

    I don't actually dislike May. She isn't slippery, I at least get the sense she believes in what she's doing. I rate her chances of becoming the next Tory leader if they lose in May. Same thing with Diane Abbott, she may be far removed from anything resembling reality but she clearly believes in the crap she says. Gove, I feel, also has some integrity to him, even though he is practically Martian.

    (Original post by meenu89)
    Nick Clegg.
    Vince Cable
    Tim Farron
    Ed. Balls
    Harriet Harman
    Diane Abbott.
    Why Farron, out of interest?
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    MIchael Gove (no more need be said that hasn't been said)
    George Galloway (who appears to treat women like dirt)
    NIck Griffin
    Tony Blair (for squandering the goodwill and opportunity of the people given to him in 1997)
    George Osborne for the manner of the cuts
    The UKIP MEP with a sense of humour failure over the Trumpton spoof (forgotten his name)
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    (Original post by illegaltobepoor)
    We do not live in a true democracy. At best we live in a Crony Capitalist state which could easily revert to Feudalism if no Government can be formed by elected representatives.

    A third of the land still belongs to the aristocracy which resembles the enslavement of every man, women and child in the UK.

    The Queen has a unelected bunch of royalists to deny the will of the people.

    To top if off the Queen needs to decide who she worships. Satan or Jesus Christ. The Queen has been seen multiple times with Masonic agents. The best example is when she attended a Masonic hospital.

    Majority of Christians know what the Masonic Compass means. The Masonic lodges and popular music culture have made it obvious what kind of world we live in. Denying this just makes you look stupid.
    Say hello to David Icke for me, his stuff cracks me up.

    I don't care for the Monarchy, but your spouting of nonsense like that does as much damage for the republican cause as the whole 'EUSSR' stuff does for the Kippers.
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    Michael Gove- enough said
    Nick Clegg- thanks for putting anyone who wants to go to uni into debt that we will never finish paying off
    Nigel Farage- Thinks that only having the policies "stop immigration and leaving the EU" is good enough
    Ed milliband- Seriously, we want him to be the face of our country with all the looks he pulls *cough* can't eat a bacon sandwich *cough*
    Mark Reckless- come on, we can't trust anyone with that name
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    Interesting thread, definitely takes a bit of thought. I'm a leftie but I'm trying to be balanced:

    1). Diane Abbott. Despise her, the patronising way in which she expresses her views.

    2). IDS. Should be on everyone's list.

    3). Grant Schapps. Slimy party politician. Wouldn't trust him for a second.

    4). Alex Salmond. I quite like the SNP but he just comes across as an unpleasant bully.

    5). Douglas Alexander. Spineless party politician.

    6). Patrick O'Flynn. Slimy toad, one of the many poisonous people behind Ukip. Such a different breed from reasonable people like Carswell.

    7). Sorry, had to have one! The worst of them all, the odious, putrid Owen Paterson and his ridiculous notion of 'the Green blob'. Good riddance.

    Harman, Cameron, Vince Cable
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    Interesting thread, definitely takes a bit of thought. I'm a leftie but I'm trying to be balanced:

    1). Diane Abbott. Despise her, the patronising way in which she expresses her views.

    2). IDS. Should be on everyone's list.

    3). Grant Schapps. Slimy party politician. Wouldn't trust him for a second.

    4). Alex Salmond. I quite like the SNP but he just comes across as an unpleasant bully.

    5). Douglas Alexander. Spineless party politician.

    6). Patrick O'Flynn. Slimy toad, one of the many poisonous people behind Ukip. Such a different breed from reasonable people like Carswell.

    7). Sorry, had to have one! The worst of them all, the odious, putrid Owen Paterson and his ridiculous notion of 'the Green blob'. Good riddance.

    Harman, Cameron, Gove, Vince Cable and Chuka Ummuna all came close to making the list.
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    Dianne Abbott

    Harriet Harman

    Yvette Cooper

    Caroline Flint

    Baroness Warsi

    Chris Bryant


    You many notice there's a strong Labour feel to my selection - it's not that im a Tory or anything, I have no idea who i'll vote for but the above shamelessly spew **** for political point-scoring instead of actually saying something of any meaning.

    Grant Shapps also gets a mention for being a lick arse and a snake if ive ever seen one
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    (Original post by Bendydove)
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    Nick Clegg- thanks for putting anyone who wants to go to uni into debt that we will never finish paying off
    Labour created tuition fees.

    In a majority Tory/ lab gov we would be paying a lot more as both parties wanted them to be higher.


    Nick clegg didn't gain a majority of seats so had to compromise: we don't have tuition fees as such we have a graduate tax where you only pay after your earning over 21 K.

    Labour and Tories supported higher tuition fees (and probably still do)

    The greens and ukip will both not be in a position to dictate any of their policies ( and also have ridiculous policies)
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    All of them. **** 'em all.
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    (Original post by Davij038)
    Labour created tuition fees.

    In a majority Tory/ lab gov we would be paying a lot more as both parties wanted them to be higher.


    Nick clegg didn't gain a majority of seats so had to compromise: we don't have tuition fees as such we have a graduate tax where you only pay after your earning over 21 K.

    Labour and Tories supported higher tuition fees (and probably still do)

    The greens and ukip will both not be in a position to dictate any of their policies ( and also have ridiculous policies)
    The current system is a loan, not a 'graduate tax'.
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    (Original post by meenu89)
    Nick Clegg.
    Vince Cable
    Tim Farron
    Ed. Balls
    Harriet Harman
    Diane Abbott.
    DP checks out... again
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    (Original post by barnetlad)
    MIchael Gove (no more need be said that hasn't been said)
    George Galloway (who appears to treat women like dirt)
    NIck Griffin
    Tony Blair (for squandering the goodwill and opportunity of the people given to him in 1997)
    George Osborne for the manner of the cuts
    The UKIP MEP with a sense of humour failure over the Trumpton spoof (forgotten his name)
    Nick Griffin is not a politician anymore, he was kicked out of the BNP.
 
 
 
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