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    If there was a general election tomorrow, who would you vote for?
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    Labour by lack of a better alternative.
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    (Original post by Muffle)
    Labour by lack of a better alternative.
    crap, forgot to include that option. anyone fancy forming a labour party?
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    Who would be the dark horse in the election? Personally, I think we need a few Prime Ministers/Presidents etc who are under the age of 30, yet preferably around 26-27. Of course that isn't all too likely, but think about it. Those in power who are leading us, the people of today, are stuck with the morals, beliefs and traditions of yesterday. *shrugs* Just how is that supposed to work. I for one would love to have a shot at being prime minister of Australia. I know it could do it better than our current John Howard (but then again, I'd say almost any 15yr old that could read and write properly could do it better than him too), and thats assuming I had some qualified advisors. Given that I'm only 22. Does anyone else feel as though this would be a viable alternative to the current political agenda? Basically, put some youth in the lead. Do you think they would get even say 30% of the votes?
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    I vote for myself, because I'm such a narcissist.
 
 
 
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