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MHoC By-Election: Voting Watch

  • View Poll Results: Who should be elected as an MP in seat 50?
    Aph
    3
    2.94%
    adam9317
    22
    21.57%
    Birchington
    23
    22.55%
    george_c00per
    34
    33.33%
    ABoyHasNoName
    17
    16.67%
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    2.94%

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    (Original post by Andy98)
    I'm pretty sure he's proxying for me right now though...

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    Not right now he isn't I'm afraid. That Bearded Man should be able to oblige though.
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    Not right now he isn't I'm afraid. That Bearded Man should be able to oblige though.
    Ah right, OK. Hopefully the seat in question hasn't missed too many votes

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    Looking at all the manifestos, I like Birch's the most, not by a small margin either.

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    Have the Ukip and Labour candidates being dupe checked?

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    Birchington, do you even support the state endorsing the suicide of its own people?

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    Glory to the Tories!

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    Aph, you manifesto is barely readable and your design uninspiring. Poor showing.

    Adam, praise be to you.

    Birchington, your manifesto is not very personal.

    Labour, your manifesto is well designed but you candidate an unknown. It's like you went to the park, found a hobo and paid him to be your candidate. Can you even ensure this one will be completely loyal to you and not represent the socialist infestation.

    Ukip, you manifesto is full of spurious assertions. Low quality.
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    I'm pretty sure he's proxying for me right now though...

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    You have a Labour proxy?! :captain:
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    You have a Labour proxy?! :captain:
    LTG is on holiday

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    Rakas21 Our candidate served as a proxy MP for 9 votes. So he's not actually that obscure - at least not to us in the party. He also served in QQs Shadow Cabinet.
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    (Original post by Life_peer)
    You have a Labour proxy?! :captain:
    Hardly news that the Greens are a closet of skeletons

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    (Original post by Andy98)
    Looking at all the manifestos, I like Birch's the most, not by a small margin either.

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    There's not actually much in it.
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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    Love how UKIP still need to slate me in their manifesto.

    Didn't realise you guys cared that much <3

    In any case....

    Vote Birchington

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    Points of information @ UKIP:
    - Liberals pledged to retain Trident at the last election.

    - I am in favour of decriminalising necrophilia and incest, providing that there is consent in both cases and support, care and regulations. I do not support the actual acts. Only people's rights to carry them out.

    - Not even going to comment on "Drug Traffickers and Drug Abuses as MPs". Saracen's Fez

    - You're ignoring canon
    I have one question about the necrophilia: how do you get consent if they're dead?

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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    Rakas21 Our candidate served as a proxy MP for 9 votes. So he's not actually that obscure - at least not to us in the party. He also served in QQs Shadow Cabinet.
    QQ is an extremist who deposed the moderate Fez. That's not a comforting set of facts to tell the electorate.
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    Ah right, OK. Hopefully the seat in question hasn't missed too many votes

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    I'm your proxy haha (100% record), and your other MPs haven't missed any votes of late looking at your voting record.

    If you want to replace me with TBM or whoever though then go ahead... I don't really intend to be involved with MHoC much anymore, just proxying when I'm needed.
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    I have one question about the necrophilia: how do you get consent if they're dead?

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    They sign something before they die giving consent. I'm not saying I'd support absolutely any bill under any circumstances on it though. Just that with the right regulations etc, I do not see why it shouldn't be decriminalised.
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    (Original post by cBay)
    I'm your proxy haha (100% record), and your other MPs haven't missed any votes of late looking at your voting record.

    If you want to replace me with TBM or whoever though then go ahead... I don't really intend to be involved with MHoC much anymore, just proxying when I'm needed.
    Lol. I look forward to hearing how Andy managed to not notice this.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Have the Ukip and Labour candidates being dupe checked?

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    Birchington, do you even support the state endorsing the suicide of its own people?

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    Glory to the Tories!

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    Aph, you manifesto is barely readable and your design uninspiring. Poor showing.

    Adam, praise be to you.

    Birchington, your manifesto is not very personal.

    Labour, your manifesto is well designed but you candidate an unknown. It's like you went to the park, found a hobo and paid him to be your candidate. Can you even ensure this one will be completely loyal to you and not represent the socialist infestation.

    Ukip, you manifesto is full of spurious assertions. Low quality.
    As Ray said, george was in the last Shadow Cabinet. Give him a chance before you brush him aside.
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    I have one question about the necrophilia: how do you get consent if they're dead?

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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    Think whatever you want to think.

    I think the really interesting question is why have the two biggest government parties have chosen to stand against each other?

    Trouble, Mr PM? Life_peer
    The Tories have stood a candidate in every by-election, it was for the Liberals and Kippers to get into line or be crushed by our candidate.
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    There's not actually much in it.
    Well let's see:

    UKIP: The usual. Nope
    Adam: Plenty of stuff there but the policies are a bit meh for me.
    Your guy: The manifesto looks OK but it doesn't do anything for me and there's a few ideas in there that I'm not keen on.
    Aph: The formatting was so horrible I couldn't read it.
    Birch: There's not much there, but mostly agreeable stuff.

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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    They sign something before they die giving consent. I'm not saying I'd support absolutely any bill under any circumstances on it though. Just that with the right regulations etc, I do not see why it shouldn't be decriminalised.
    Good to know what you're all into...

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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    They sign something before they die giving consent. I'm not saying I'd support absolutely any bill under any circumstances on it though. Just that with the right regulations etc, I do not see why it shouldn't be decriminalised.
    What's next, opt-out?
 
 
 
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