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    (Original post by Anonynmous)
    manaman said rep4rep but ur 2liberal5me. David cameron is a winner. man about bukake on a swine cuz
    ly fam. watch me make accounts just 4 u cuz so ur repwhore dreamz can go tru, got ur back in dem peak tymz
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    (Original post by saxsan4)
    who votes labour? And is unhappy with the Tories
    I chose a third, alternative way. And voted the Liberal Democrats in May. Sorry but no desire to back the Conservatives again - certainly not as far as I am personally concerned.
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    (Original post by ibzombie96)
    Are you aware that the rich pay more tax as a share of the total now than ever before?

    Are you aware that income inequality has barely changed over the past few decades?
    Are you aware that at a time of a huge deficit allowing corporations to get away with paying pitiful tax levels (Amazon, Starbucks, etc) despite having huge incomes from the UK is a bit wrong? Especially since people are seeing their tax credits cut, NHS need more money, national defence need more money, and so on. The wealth of the 1% since the financial crash has soared whilst others has fallen hugely.
    http://www.theguardian.com/business/...h-since-crisis

    Are you aware that failing to deal with issues is a bad thing? So what if the other people are just as bad as you. I made that crystal clear in my post. What percentage of wealth does the top 1% have? An incredible amount.

    Don't let that stop you being a condescending prick though. As always on this forum. Some people just deliberately choose to miss the point. Fortunately I'm aware of an ignore list on here for the trolls.
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    A spineless creature who bends to the popular political consensus.

    Not like Maggie at all, who bent the crooked spines of the post-war consensus back into the right shape.
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    (Original post by United1892)
    They've hampered our economic recovery quite drastically as far as I see.
    How? Are you upset with the job creation and a high economic growth compared other European country's?
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    David Cameron should say his reforms won't work and back Britain to leave the EU!!!
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    He holds himself back I think.

    If you got him alone in the pub I think he'd still be pretty serious but also laid back and a quirky kind of jolly.

    I get the impression that he's very comfortable and likes who he is however I don't think he enjoys the job as much as he probably expected.

    Miliband was a good comparison to him. I felt that he actually loved leading his party and was a bit giddy but lacked the inner calm Cameron has, he gave the impression of being Bambi in the headlights when the going for tough.
    I think I've seen his charisma - or at least I saw it when he rekt people in PMQS. :laugh:

    :rofl: Spot on, whole post spot on. Especially that last part lmao

    (Original post by cranbrook_aspie)
    One of the worst. Wanting to make working families £1300 a year worse off isn't a mark of a good PM, and neither is depriving many poorer disabled people of the ability to have a carer and presiding over the most badly-carried-out education reforms in history. To name just a few things of course.
    I think you're foreshadowing his achievements.
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    It makes me really sad that no one has mentioned the lower crime rates, gay marriage and initiatives such as the free school meals for primary school children as good reasons why DC is a good PM...
    A few good things like that don't compensate for other things though.

    I mostly hate him for his terrible record on the environment, despite promising to be the "greenest government" ever in the 2010 election campaign. That, and being far too close to big business. And ruthlessly going after trade unions and their funding of Labour, while not saying a word on the corporate interests who fund the Conservative party.

    Then you have the ridiculous things like the porn blocker and wanting to ban encryption.
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    (Original post by i<3milkshake)
    Are you aware that at a time of a huge deficit allowing corporations to get away with paying pitiful tax levels (Amazon, Starbucks, etc) despite having huge incomes from the UK is a bit wrong? Especially since people are seeing their tax credits cut, NHS need more money, national defence need more money, and so on. The wealth of the 1% since the financial crash has soared whilst others has fallen hugely.
    http://www.theguardian.com/business/...h-since-crisis

    Are you aware that failing to deal with issues is a bad thing? So what if the other people are just as bad as you. I made that crystal clear in my post. What percentage of wealth does the top 1% have? An incredible amount.

    Don't let that stop you being a condescending prick though. As always on this forum. Some people just deliberately choose to miss the point. Fortunately I'm aware of an ignore list on here for the trolls.
    I'm sure you thought you were making a good point, but I can't help notice you haven't answered my questions. Do you know that the top 1% contribute proportionally more to the Exchequer than they ever have? Do you also know that income inequality has hardly changed over the years? I was only asking two questions, and your answering them shouldn't involve asking different questions of me. Incidentally, I know the two point you make are true. All I aim to do is point you to evidence you completely missed out in your initial argument because they're damaging to your case.
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    (Original post by MatureStudent36)
    How? Are you upset with the job creation and a high economic growth compared other European country's?
    Well in 2010 we were coming out of reccession, then followed several budgets with fairly heavy austerity which saw our economy drop again, the Conservatives reduced the amount of austerity and we have edged closer to recovery. My point being we are almost at full recovery now but with better management we could've been ther a few years earlier.
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    (Original post by LeeTheAussie96)
    It's not a fact though is it? Our economy was on similar terms to Greece during 2009-10, all thanks to Labour. Go home mate, I hope you enjoy the next 10 years of Tory supremacy haha.
    Well it is fact though debt levels were lower than now and the economy was growing but your poor tory mind can't take that. Also the recession was all thanks to Labour, sure there was no global banking crisis :rollleyes:
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    (Original post by United1892)
    Well in 2010 we were coming out of reccession, then followed several budgets with fairly heavy austerity which saw our economy drop again, the Conservatives reduced the amount of austerity and we have edged closer to recovery. My point being we are almost at full recovery now but with better management we could've been ther a few years earlier.
    Out of interest, what impact do you think the European sovereign debt crisis of 2009 onwards had on the uk economy?
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    (Original post by MatureStudent36)
    Out of interest, what impact do you think the European sovereign debt crisis of 2009 onwards had on the uk economy?
    It had an inpact, although the Governments poor policies were more important in negatively impacting the economy.
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    Meh, let's just say that he's neither awfully good nor terrifically awful.
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    People will always create an excuse to say no, not matter who it is,
 
 
 
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