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    not the response i thought, i thought everyone would be really anti-conservative
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    (Original post by Ulo)
    Are you real? You must be a troll. Your sig is semi-intelligent, semi-paranoid bull and I'm confused...
    My home MP (Labour) has a 10,000 majority....sigh. I voted in my school constituency last year it's been Tory since the dawn of time but we did manage a 0.6% swing to the Libs....again, sigh.
    Yeah, I'm a troll that's been on this forum for over 6 years longer than you
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    Assuming the parties in Norwich South are the same as last time:

    AV: Green > Labour > Lib Dem > Worker's Revolutionary > Tories > UKIP > BNP (Lib Dem above Labour if they sort their **** out and expel the Tory apologist half of the party).

    FPTP: Green (or Labour, in the unlikely event of Green support collapsing and Tory support increasing substantially).
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    Someone that won't roll a dice to choose which middle eastern country their going to invade a few months after getting in.
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    (Original post by majikthise)
    Assuming the parties in Norwich South are the same as last time:

    AV: Green > Labour > Lib Dem > Worker's Revolutionary > Tories > UKIP > BNP (Lib Dem above Labour if they sort their **** out and expel the Tory apologist half of the party).

    FPTP: Green (or Labour, in the unlikely event of Green support collapsing and Tory support increasing substantially).
    Lib dems will never get anywhere again.
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    Well, the way things have been going recently, I'm tempted to vote Fancy Dress Party (yes, it does exist).
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    (Original post by Ventura7)
    not the response i thought, i thought everyone would be really anti-conservative
    TSR has a significant amount of elitist rich kids, so that may explain it.

    Will definitely be Labour for me (unless Ed caves into right-wing pressure...).
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    (Original post by Selkarn)
    Yeah, I'm a troll that's been on this forum for over 6 years longer than you
    That doesn't mean you can't be a troll though, does it?
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    (Original post by majikthise)
    Assuming the parties in Norwich South are the same as last time:

    AV: Green > Labour > Lib Dem > Worker's Revolutionary > Tories > UKIP > BNP (Lib Dem above Labour if they sort their **** out and expel the Tory apologist half of the party).

    FPTP: Green (or Labour, in the unlikely event of Green support collapsing and Tory support increasing substantially).
    You do know you don't have to vote for every candidate? You can leave scum like the BNP blank.
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    I'll be voting. If it's still FPTP, Labour. If AV, then 1. Labour 2. Green, and I'm unlikely to use any of the other votes unless there's a particularly good independent candidate, or the Lib Dems throw Clegg out and leave the coalition, and I can't see that happening.
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    I'll probably vote Labour or Green depending on the strength of Labour's policies before the next election. So gutted I wasted my vote on the lib dems last time :/
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    (Original post by LornaSandison1)
    That doesn't mean you can't be a troll though, does it?
    Well, as trolls tend to get banned pretty quickly, nearing 7 years on a forum gives a pretty strong indicator that they aren't.
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    (Original post by Selkarn)
    Well, as trolls tend to get banned pretty quickly, nearing 7 years on a forum gives a pretty strong indicator that they aren't.
    Hmm...that doesn't prevent one from trolling from time to time though. Also, you're assuming that all trolls get caught!
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    (Original post by AndyD66)
    I'll probably vote Labour or Green depending on the strength of Labour's policies before the next election. So gutted I wasted my vote on the lib dems last time :/

    Green really only have one policy that everyone knows about, make britain gree, just like the BNP with immigrants, they need to start preaching their other policies people might actually care about.
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    (Original post by Norfolkadam)
    My vote at the next election won't be determined by who I support but by a lack of decent alternatives.

    (and it won't be for Labour).
    Is that W.H. Auden as your avatar? It looks quite like him, but I'm not sure.

    In answer to the OP, I'll probably vote Labour, but it makes no difference, as my constituency is always going to go Labour anyway.
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    (Original post by jismith1989)
    Is that W.H. Auden as your avatar? It looks quite like him, but I'm not sure.
    It is. :heart:
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    Conservative, only party capable of dealing with the economic condition. Labour need 5 years out to regenerate, potentially more.
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    I don't feel any party represent my views well, so I'm quite confused.

    I'll just wait and decide near the time but I'm definitely voting. It'll be my first time
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    (Original post by imperial maniac)
    Lib dems will never get anywhere again.
    Probably not, no.
    There's a small chance that the left wing of the party gets pissed off enough to split. If that happens they might be worth voting for, if not I'd still rather be represented by a bunch of spineless-scapegoats-who-possibly-might-have-had-their-hearts-in-nearly-the-right-place-once than the party that encouraged them to sell out in the first place.

    (Original post by placebo24)
    You do know you don't have to vote for every candidate? You can leave scum like the BNP blank.
    Yeah, I'd leave the BNP off. A preference for Tory/UKIP over BNP would only probably only make a difference one time if the election was repeated from now until the heat death of the universe, but as it doesn't hurt you may as well put them down!
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    I'll vote labour, though that's if the labour candidate in my constituency doesn't get fired a week before the election again :hmpf:
 
 
 
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