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    I hope UKIP win this election. UKIP is the only party that can save us from this mess. Nigel Farage will probably make the best Prime Minister we have had in recent decades. All their policies make sense and are positively revolutionising. NHS will remain, free approved university courses, no more useless and damaging immigrants, extremists will be made to leave the country, less vehicles on the roads so less pollution, less pressure on housing, schools, transport, healthcare and less competition for jobs. Only UKIP can save this country!!!
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    Ukip aren't going to win the election. Frankly I'd see a labour tory coalition more likely than pm farage.

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    (Original post by Raymat)
    I hope UKIP win this election. UKIP is the only party that can save us from this mess. Nigel Farage will probably make the best Prime Minister we have had in recent decades. All their policies make sense and are positively revolutionising. NHS will remain, free approved university courses, no more useless and damaging immigrants, extremists will be made to leave the country, less vehicles on the roads so less pollution, less pressure on housing, schools, transport, healthcare and less competition for jobs. Only UKIP can save this country!!!
    Yes, always see old Bin Laden driving down the street. Can't wait till he's gone! :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    Ukip aren't going to win the election. Frankly I'd see a labour tory coalition more likely than pm farage.

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    A Labour Tory coalition is unlikely. Votes for both parties will be too high and they are also arch rivals. Even if UKIP don't win this election they might get more votes than Lib Dem and less than the Tories and Labour . I'm thinking a UKIP and Tory coalition is more likely!!
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    Yeah, let's blame all of our problems on everyone else rather than actually facing up to the real causes woo
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    LOL.

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    (Original post by Chlorophile)
    Yeah, let's blame all of our problems on everyone else rather than actually facing up to the real causes woo
    Like what?

    Imo

    Right wing view - Immigrants, poor, etc
    Left wing view - Bankers, wealthy, etc

    All blame no policy
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    God no. He's another populist, if I want one of them I can keep Cameron.
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    (Original post by Raymat)
    I hope UKIP win this election. UKIP is the only party that can save us from this mess. Nigel Farage will probably make the best Prime Minister we have had in recent decades. All their policies make sense and are positively revolutionising. NHS will remain, free approved university courses, no more useless and damaging immigrants, extremists will be made to leave the country, less vehicles on the roads so less pollution, less pressure on housing, schools, transport, healthcare and less competition for jobs. Only UKIP can save this country!!!
    I would like to see UKIP in a coalition.
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    The best we can hope for is a conservative - UKIP coalition
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    (Original post by Chlorophile)
    Yeah, let's blame all of our problems on everyone else rather than actually facing up to the real causes woo
    Labour and Conservatives are to blame.
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    (Original post by jakeel1)
    Like what?

    Imo

    Right wing view - Immigrants, poor, etc
    Left wing view - Bankers, wealthy, etc
    Yes. The right blame their problems on easy, vulnerable targets whose "crimes" are negligible in the bigger picture. The left blame the problems on the big players who genuinely are the driving causes of the problems. What's worse, a desperate person living in poverty because of mental illness and a lack of an education asking for some slightly fairer benefits, or bankers squandering trillions of pounds worth of money that belongs to the people before dropping the entire globe into a recession, affecting the lives of billions across the world? How exactly is punishing the poor and vulnerable going to change any of that?
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    I think if it were that easy it would have already been done :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Raymat)
    Labour and Conservatives are to blame.
    They definitely carry a lot of the blame. UKIP is definitely not the answer though, they are literally just going to make the problems even worse. At least Labour and Conservative pretend to care about the root cause of the big issues in society.
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    (Original post by Chlorophile)
    They definitely carry a lot of the blame. UKIP is definitely not the answer though, they are literally just going to make the problems even worse. At least Labour and Conservative pretend to care about the root cause of the big issues in society.
    Labour: Allowed uncontrolled immigration, lied by saying they will not introduce tuition fees but they did, brought the UK into the Iraq war (more like massacre).

    Conservatives: Increased tuition fees, plans to take away free healthcare, make education tougher than it already is.

    I hate them both.
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    (Original post by KH94)
    I would like to see UKIP in a coalition.
    A UKIP-Conservative coalition would be good.
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    (Original post by Solarburst)
    I think if it were that easy it would have already been done :rolleyes:
    Not really, people have just began to realise the damage done by Labour and the damage Conservatives are bringing in. People have come to their senses......hopefully!!!!
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    (Original post by jakeel1)
    Like what?

    Imo

    Right wing view - Immigrants, poor, etc
    Left wing view - Bankers, wealthy, etc

    All blame no policy
    Who do you think has more influence over the economy? Someone who has loads of money or someone who hardly has any money?
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    (Original post by Raymat)
    Labour: Allowed uncontrolled immigration
    Hi, I'm an immigrant. Immigration to the UK during Labour's rule was never 'uncontrolled'. My family moved here in 2002 and only a moron who has no idea how visas work would ever claim that the UK has ever had 'uncontrolled immigration'.
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    (Original post by Raymat)
    A UKIP-Conservative coalition would be good.
    UKIP want to legalise discrimination against foreign workers. I wonder how that one's gonna work. Are we gonna chuck out CVs by place of birth, by nationality, or by how funny someone's name sounds?
 
 
 
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