I will be voting for UKIP.
Governed by our own country and courts, not Europe's.
Able to set our own immigration policy. We are a sink for every poor European country to send its people for jobs. Wages are down, and the ruling classes are getting richer, with cheap labour.
I am genuinely frightened by the changing culture, with many people arriving, often through marriage, from countries with very different ideas of how our society should be run.
It is not isolationist. We would still engage in trade and military alliances with European countries.
Of course it isn't isolationist. I live in a house, I tend to lock the front door but I'm not averse to letting people in from time to time, making them a brew and even providing food and entertainment.
What I wouldn't do is leave my front door open, for anyone who wishes to come in and help themselves.
However some people seem to have a problem with that concept.. the idea that "immigration is good, my grandparents came here" etc is all well and good, but those people most likely came here under the old regime, a regime where we controlled immigration. UKIP aren't proposing to stop all immigration just to control it more.
The irony is that it is the poor/working class, those with 'few options in life' that are the victims of uncontrolled immigration.
When the penniless Pole turns up on these shores, looking for work, it's the cheaper neigbourhoods that he heads for.
When he gets sick he goes to the local GP or local A&E, his kids go to the local school, he uses the already overcrowded local public transport... yada yada.
So, the infrastructure is failing on a local level...
However, Mr Pole is a benefit to the wealthy - he provides cheap labour for their businesses, keeps wages down and he does a damn fine job at cleaning their Merc, for a fiver.
So, Piotr Pole is nothing but good for the rich, but nothing but bad for those existing day-to-day, week-to-week.
And, let's get this straight, it's the evil rich right wingers that want to stop immigrants flooding in and the loonie lefties than want to let them keep coming !?!
Funny old game.
I think NF is amazing. Just incredible.
But, where do we think this is going?
Coalition? An agreement?
It could just let Labour in, which would be an unmitigated disaster for this country, rich and poor. The rich will see their savings, pensions and businesses demolished, the poor will be the worst hit as the country slips into depression and are forced by international investors (who fund the deficit) to slash spending - you think it's bad now, just think about the incompetent liar Balls.
The though of Ed and Ed at the controls just makes me shudder....
...and that is where NF could take us - on to the rocks!
The rise in the deficit in part coincided with a shift of UK institutional money (mainly pension funds) away from equities towards bonds (IAS 19 & FRS 17) (a reverse of the Ross Goobey effect). If Labour get in power the marginal demand for gilts will in large part be funded by foreign investors chasing yields, which would certainly rise - as sterling would certainly collapse.
In any case, whoever buys all this paper will require a greater yield compensation as risk would certainly rise.
It's got death spiral written all over it.
Labour will be a terrible disaster for this country.
Getting a job in America is the only way out.
NB I am talking about George, not Ross (obvvy)
Stop trying to comb the mirror to change your hair.
My point is, it's the voters who are the "problem", not the parties.
People vote for them. End of story.
Taking control of our own borders
Not taking orders from a foreign court
Letting the public decide our EU membership
Common sense, populist policies
Realistic alternative energy solutions
Domestic aid, not foreign aid
Putting British people first