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TSR MHoC General Election March 2013 Watch

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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    You are a disgrace to the Liberal convention, you removed Democrats from your name because you are very Undemocratic, you are not pulling a fast one on me, my young Birchington! What you suggest is as bad as Nazism, companies don't have that duty at all, tell me where in the Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Association in every company ever incorporated or in the law of the United Kingdom where this duty is legally bound to them? there is no such thing at all.

    To me the energy prices are quite competitive and not too bad, is it the companies fault if people cannot afford energy? no it is not. Supply and Demand of a Precious Resource dictates price increases until it is depleted or a better alternative is found. It is clear to me that you do not understand how the market works.

    tehFrance, kicking the Liberals in the balls!

    A Vote for tehFrance is a Vote for Economic Freedom and Sensibility!
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    Sir how dare you say I lick Liberal balls, I said I KICK Liberals in the balls, so amend your falsified quote at once or face a good bumming :sexface:
    Yeah, but now you can use:



    So falsification has its (South) perks.

    I must protest, they have balls purely for the reason of being kicked and causing pain to them that they force upon millions.
    Kicking Liberals in the balls is a minor form of pain, really. Considering what they do to millions of people on a daily basis, it's no more painful than getting arm hair trapped in a door...
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    What are you a sissy? :holmes:

    tehFrance, he unlike the Socialists isn't a sissy.

    A Vote for tehFrance is a Vote for Manhood!
    Question Everything :fuhrer:

    Seriously question everything, especially the BS the Liberals are spouting, worse than Labour and the Socialist party, ****ing Liberals, worse than Hitler :fuhrer:
    How do you expect to bloody pay for everything if you have no taxes coming in!?

    (You won't do the sensible thing and leave the EU will you!)

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    Hide from the hidden communists, they're everywhere in every left wing party and are proper naughty:ninja: :lol:

    At least this is more civil than the by-election. Shame I only had one vote really.
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    (Original post by LETSJaM)
    How do you expect to bloody pay for everything if you have no taxes coming in!?

    (You won't do the sensible thing and leave the EU will you!)

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    In regards to free university education, I never once mentioned it was for everyone and every subject... can save money there. The NHS will be dismantled and recreated into a smaller system for those that cannot afford private healthcare thus creating a mixed medical economy, save money there with asset sales. Extensive benefits can mean one thing to you and another me, it most likely does and thus my version of extensive isn't that extensive at all, also those that refuse to work get nothing.

    The only thing I intend to spend money on is the military, civilian services and other services that are required to create a population that can learn, join a skilled workforce and contribute back thus making more money back at the end of the day, it helps I have fudged the numbers in my favour

    tehFrance, a numbers fudger and we all love a numbers fudger, we spent a decade under Blair and Labour.

    Vote tehFrance for getting more done than a hobo!
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    tehFrance, more fudge than the Cornish Tourist Board!

    tehFrance: for more frosting on your sleaze.




    This could be one of those meme generators. The HoC equivalent of that smug Tory boy poster.
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    Sad to see this election thread is descending towards insults and childish banter. But as I'm a good liberal I'll respect your right to hate.
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    (Original post by Birchington)
    Sad to see this election thread is descending towards insults and childish banter. But as I'm a good liberal I'll respect your right to hate.
    Now it's like a real life election.
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    (Original post by obi_adorno_kenobi)
    tehFrance, more fudge than the Cornish Tourist Board!

    tehFrance: for more frosting on your sleaze.


    This could be one of those meme generators. The HoC equivalent of that smug Tory boy poster.
    :rofl: I love it Adorno, I absolutely love it :adore:
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    The worst thing about this entire election process has to be the ghastly and inescapable collection of images all of the Liberal party seem to be putting in their sigs. I've never felt so angry upon seeing a lion - it's a lion, right? - before.


    Anyway, seems to be a great job from Labour, Socialists and Greens. Very much looking forward to some of that legislation next term! The Tory manifesto seems to demonstrate a lack of imagination for what to do next term and it was funny to see the phrase: "Loosen state control of railways to deliver real competition and lower fares". How many times..?

    Can't wait to see UKIP's "revolutionary" education proposals as well.
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    (Original post by Endless Blue)

    Can't wait to see UKIP's "revolutionary" education proposals as well.
    UKIP has worked on a variety of education proposals in the past and hopefully our reforms will be well received by the House.

    On the subject of the Liberal Party's lion, I agree with Nick sorry you.
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    (Original post by toronto353)
    UKIP has worked on a variety of education proposals in the past and hopefully our reforms will be well received by the House.

    On the subject of the Liberal Party's lion, I agree with Nick sorry you.
    As I said, it will be interesting to see how revolutionary, if at all, they are.

    The lion just looks so smug. It really is irritating.
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    (Original post by Endless Blue)
    As I said, it will be interesting to see how revolutionary, if at all, they are.

    The lion just looks so smug. It really is irritating.
    To be fair, the hideous grey and yellow banners aren't much better.
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    (Original post by Endless Blue)

    The lion just looks so smug. It really is irritating.
    It's just an inanimate lion. Does it really grind your gears that much?
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    I see Justin Bieber is supportive of the Labour crew:

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    I'll reply to people once I can get onto a pc...

    (Original post by Melancholy)
    I see Justin Bieber is supportive of the Labour crew:

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    I'm actually laughing in real at this :lol:
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    Is anyone from Labour (aside from Justin Bieber) going to bother letting us know when the "triple dip" happened?
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    (Original post by Endless Blue)
    The worst thing about this entire election process has to be the ghastly and inescapable collection of images all of the Liberal party seem to be putting in their sigs. I've never felt so angry upon seeing a lion - it's a lion, right? - before.


    Anyway, seems to be a great job from Labour, Socialists and Greens. Very much looking forward to some of that legislation next term! The Tory manifesto seems to demonstrate a lack of imagination for what to do next term and it was funny to see the phrase: "Loosen state control of railways to deliver real competition and lower fares". How many times..?

    Can't wait to see UKIP's "revolutionary" education proposals as well.
    We've proposed no less than 7 policies, i'm not sure how you deem that lacking in imagination.
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    (Original post by Birchington)
    It's just an inanimate lion. Does it really grind your gears that much?
    It really does. I'm honestly not sure how it's possible to make a lion look so smug, but you guys have managed it. Please, change it back to the old one or draw up a less conceited looking lion. I beg you.


    (Original post by Birchington)
    Is anyone from Labour (aside from Justin Bieber) going to bother letting us know when the "triple dip" happened?
    72.

    You'll note that preceding it are the words: "in the face of.." Therefore, it could be merely referring to the RL triple-dip recession that continues to approach us ever closer due to this shambolic Coalition government. At least now we can be sure that the LDs RL performance won't be hindering your party in GEs.


    (Original post by Rakas21)
    We've proposed no less than 7 policies, i'm not sure how you deem that lacking in imagination.
    The policies themselves are lacking in imagination. Surely you inferred that I was making that point precisely? You've got 7 dull and seemingly ill-thought out ideas. As Smack (I believe) said, you must be scraping the bottom of the barrel when The Space Industry Act is at the top of your manifesto.
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    (Original post by Endless Blue)
    It really does. I'm honestly not sure how it's possible to make a lion look so smug, but you guys have managed it. Please, change it back to the old one or draw up a less conceited looking lion. I beg you.

    72.

    You'll note that preceding it are the words: "in the face of.." Therefore, it could be merely referring to the RL triple-dip recession that continues to approach us ever closer due to this shambolic Coalition government. At least now we can be sure that the LDs RL performance won't be hindering your party in GEs.

    The policies themselves are lacking in imagination. Surely you inferred that I was making that point precisely? You've got 7 dull and seemingly ill-thought out ideas. As Smack (I believe) said, you must be scraping the bottom of the barrel when The Space Industry Act is at the top of your manifesto.
    It sets out a vision to build upon as the party of prudent investment.

    Also Labour were hardly successful last term, whilst the Socialists got all there wishes Labour got 3.
 
 
 
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