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I regret voting conservative - I have made a big mistake

- I hate the new policies being introduced
- I hate how the average person is being made to repay the bankers mistakes
- I hate the hatred towards minorities/disabled/single mums/the poor
- I hate the way society is going.

I am sorry for voting conservative!
They are a disgrace.
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(Original post by Bill_Gates)
I regret voting conservative - I have made a big mistake

- I hate the new policies being introduced
- I hate how the average person is being made to repay the bankers mistakes
- I hate the hatred towards minorities/disabled/single mums/the poor
- I hate the way society is going.

I am sorry for voting conservative!
They are a disgrace.
shun for voting for them! but good for you seeing the error of your ways
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shun for voting for them! but good for you seeing the error of your ways
thank you! never again!
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What have they done in the past two months to change your opinion?
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Well, we did tell you didn't we?

If you think this is bad, you can't have been paying attention in 2010-12 - probably too young
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What have they done in the past two months to change your opinion?
welfare cuts - proposed for housing and working tax credits which will destroy the working poor
destruction of the nhs
television has suddenly become a game of hate
immigration rules - nurses etc
increased homelessness - food banks
the list just goes on, the rhetoric is horrible.
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(Original post by Bill_Gates)
I regret voting conservative - I have made a big mistake
- I hate the new policies being introduced

Despite the fact that all the policies until now were very explicitly announced before the election - in the campaign?

(Original post by Bill_Gates)
- I hate how the average person is being made to repay the bankers mistakes
Hating the Conservatives because Brown gave 210 billion away to banks .... k.

(Original post by Bill_Gates)
- I hate the hatred towards minorities/disabled/single mums/the poor
Yeah .. no.
(Original post by Bill_Gates)
- I hate the way society is going.
emigrate

(Original post by Bill_Gates)
I am sorry for voting conservative!
apology not accepted

(Original post by Bill_Gates)
They are a disgrace.
the least disgraceful party is still the least disgraceful party.
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It is the same old Conservative Party. It is just without the moderating influence of the Lib Dems you can see them in all their glory.
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(Original post by SotonianOne)
- I hate the new policies being introduced

Despite the fact that all the policies until now were very explicitly announced before the election - in the campaign?



Hating the Conservatives because Brown gave 210 billion away to banks .... k.



Yeah .. no.


emigrate



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the least disgraceful party is still the least disgraceful party.
people like this have a moral compass when before they would just be laughed at. It's just a disgrace.

I am very sorry to the public!
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(Original post by Swanbow)
It is the same old Conservative Party. It is just without the moderating influence of the Lib Dems you can see them in all their glory.
it's true and i don't like it at all! i'm definitely more about the centre.
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The tories are implementing policies they said if they won elections, how can you now regret voting for them based on them implementing changes they said they would if they were elected? that makes no sense
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(Original post by Bill_Gates)
people like this have a moral compass when before they would just be laughed at. It's just a disgrace.

I am very sorry to the public!
english please
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At least you've learnt from your mistakes. Hopefully they wouldn't have done too much damage by the next election
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At least you've learnt from your mistakes. Hopefully they wouldn't have done too much damage by the next election
hope so might be bye bye to the nhs.
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thought u were a liberal
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(Original post by Bill_Gates)
welfare cuts - proposed for housing and working tax credits which will destroy the working poor
destruction of the nhs
television has suddenly become a game of hate
immigration rules - nurses etc
increased homelessness - food banks
the list just goes on, the rhetoric is horrible.
Sounds like the same unsubstantiated Labour drivel we've all not been convinced by other the last few months... if you believe that then you didn't vote conservatives or you were very ill informed clearly. I smell a sore lefty getting on his moral high horse again without any grounding in the facts or figures.
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Well recently they have been introducing idiotic policies never mind nasty policies, they type of policies you would expect children to come with up that are incredibly daft and seem to ignore the obvious massive consequences.
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english please
no thanks. Mandarin only.
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(Original post by Bill_Gates)
welfare cuts - proposed for housing and working tax credits which will destroy the working poor
destruction of the nhs
television has suddenly become a game of hate
immigration rules - nurses etc
increased homelessness - food banks
the list just goes on, the rhetoric is horrible.
Several of these are pre-election.

What drew you to the Tories pre-election.
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Sounds like the same unsubstantiated Labour drivel we've all not been convinced by other the last few months... if you believe that then you didn't vote conservatives or you were very ill informed clearly. I smell a sore lefty getting on his moral high horse again without any grounding in the facts or figures.
don't need facts and figures when it's just wrong!
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