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    thoughts...
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    They already have it. And the one after that. And the one after that. And so on.
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    Further education reforms, removing bureaucracy and tougher law-and-order.
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    Nothing. Whatever they do, they won't secure my vote.
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    (Original post by SophiaKeuning)
    Nothing. Whatever they do, they won't secure my vote.
    I would say fair enough, because Cameron is a complete light weight and they have completely screwed up the coalition but really never?
    What if they change and an amazing politician comes along that could transform the country? I hope you are not one of those Labour supporters who will never vote tory because they '****ing hate the tory *******s' - no sense...
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    (Original post by SophiaKeuning)
    Nothing. Whatever they do, they won't secure my vote.
    I don't quite understand this point of view... Different governments are good for different situations. A government that's good at war may not be good during peacetime and so on.
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    Steal UKIP's policies... :ninja:

    <3 x

    EDIT: What's wrong with having an opinion neggers?
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    Pay for my flight to China.
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    (Original post by najinaji)
    I don't quite understand this point of view... Different governments are good for different situations. A government that's good at war may not be good during peacetime and so on.
    No I agree with her. I highly doubt I would ever vote Tory. Some people dislike/disagree with right wing politics and prefer left wing, regardless of the political situation we are currently in.
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    (Original post by ras90)
    Pay for my flight to China.
    wtf, expand please...
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    I will NEVER EVER vote for the tories EVER in my life.

    Death to the tories!

    Death to the lib dems!

    Death to the con-lib coalition!
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    (Original post by patrickinator)
    wtf, expand please...
    What could the Conservative party do to ensure your vote at the next election?

    I answered the question.
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    Give me enough money to learn to drive without crying because I can't afford it and can't get a job?




    Realistically, nothing. I dislike Conservative policies and ideals.
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    (Original post by Oli-Ol)
    Give me enough money to learn to drive without crying because I can't afford it and can't get a job?
    Become a road-sweeper for the summer?
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    (Original post by quavers)
    I will NEVER EVER vote for the tories EVER in my life.

    Death to the tories!

    Death to the lib dems!

    Death to the con-lib coalition!
    whoah calm down. I hope you are not one of those labourites who calls for death to everyone except labour.
    I think this is generally why conservative voters are more intelligent and are more swayed by policies than you....
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    (Original post by Oli-Ol)
    Give me enough money to learn to drive without crying because I can't afford it and can't get a job?




    Realistically, nothing. I dislike Conservative policies and ideals.
    so what policies and ideals do you dislike, please mention them. You sound like a labourite who is dependent on the state - 'give me money' and 'can't get a job' so you want them to create more labour non jobs.
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    apart from being part of the thousands of unemployed youths...
    having to pay a ridiculous amount of money to go to university...
    not being able to use the NHS the way it should be and having to wait 6 months for something that should take 2 weeks...
    entering university with no experience of actually having a job, and will find it hard to ever find one

    to answer your question...nothing
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    (Original post by foodnom)
    apart from being part of the thousands of unemployed youths...
    having to pay a ridiculous amount of money to go to university...
    not being able to use the NHS the way it should be and having to wait 6 months for something that should take 2 weeks...
    entering university with no experience of actually having a job, and will find it hard to ever find one

    to answer your question...nothing
    yeah right, and labour would have been any better, really....
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    uhm, well to be honest, what I would like is a society which doesn't have these massive differences in income, a society that cares for it's most vulnerable and unfortunate (this does not mean encouraging people to live off benefits), a society that encourages people to work for the community with a government that creates industry at home and a society that isn't so down to the individual who's encouraged to have as much as they want, whenever they want. Economic growth is bull****, it can't keep growing forever and you can't build a secure society on people just buying stuff...eveidence for this? Our current situation.

    call me a commie, but being more socialist would be better for everyone......shame it never works because such a system is always abused by individuals who want more and couldn't give a **** about other people who they always have an excuse for, saying they don't work hard enough etc etc.

    so can the conservatives become honest socialists next election? I'll come along to the polling station to vote for them on my purple pig that farts rainbows.
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    (Original post by patrickinator)
    yeah right, and labour would have been any better, really....
    quite frankly... yes.
 
 
 
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