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    (Original post by BenC1997)
    Whatever you're doing seems to be working...as shown by the impressive exit poll. Well done in that respect
    When do the actual results come out?

    To be honest I'd probably lean more towards...libertarianism Why do they not have a party on here?
    Out if curiosity, left or right libertarianism?

    Also, your party isn't particularly libertarian, is it?


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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    Hey ! If the Nat Libs and the socialists join together you could be the National Socialist Party ....... I will join
    But we don't need a Nazi Party when there's UKIP around, that'd just split the fascist vote!
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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    I thought we all agreed on wearing Hawaiian shirts and shorts with flip flops, to celebrate their (extremely) short life? Maybe it was just me


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    No ! , The Dress code was Traditional Nigerian Dress ... ( Robe and Cool hat thing )
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    Hey ! If the Nat Libs and the socialists join together you could be the National Socialist Party ....... I will join
    I suggested that as a joke earlier.
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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    Yup ty
    They're supposed to be coming out tonight.
    Libertarian socialism is the majority make-up of the SP in fairness. I tend towards Left Communism and a bit of Anarcho-Communism but only in the romantic sense
    There was a libertarian party but they went into terminal decline in their activity and members, and were eventually closed down, like the Nat Libs is about to be
    Yes, it's hardly looking promising to be honest...to put it lightly.

    If you're all about them civil liberties, we'll get along just fine though as I mentioned earlier, I may fall a taaaad to the right economically of you guys
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    No ! , The Dress code was Traditional Nigerian Dress ... ( Robe and Cool hat thing )
    We should wear all black because the fall of the Nat Libs will help UKIP. ;p
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    (Original post by DMcGovern)
    But we don't need a Nazi Party when there's UKIP around, that'd just split the fascist vote!
    Excuse me ..... I'm the resident Facist here ...........
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    (Original post by hazzer1998)
    Excuse me ..... I'm the resident Facist here ...........
    Inb4 Unown Uzer rolls in to steal your crown


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    (Original post by BenC1997)
    Yes, it's hardly looking promising to be honest...to put it lightly.

    If you're all about them civil liberties, we'll get along just fine though as I mentioned earlier, I may fall a taaaad to the right economically of you guys
    I feel sorry for you because you just happened to join a party which never really got off the ground.
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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    Out if curiosity, left or right libertarianism?

    Also, your party isn't particularly libertarian, is it?


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    Right.

    You're quite correct, none of the parties particularly are, I just liked a fair amount of the policies suggested by this party, enough to consider voting for them, if it's worth anything I considered going for you guys based on social policy. All unfortunately irrelevant at the end of the day, seems a lost cause.

    Can old parties be revived?
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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    I feel sorry for you because you just happened to join a party which never really got off the ground.
    Swings and roundabouts

    I'll find something else to throw my weight behind.

    Tbh I could possibly put a cheeky leadership bid in and start it all over again
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    (Original post by BenC1997)
    Swings and roundabouts

    I'll find something else to throw my weight behind.

    Tbh I could possibly put a cheeky leadership bid in and start it all over again
    Why not? You would probably be the only candidate and it would be a good challenge to take on.
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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    Why not? You would probably be the only candidate and it would be a good challenge to take on.
    A2 revision probably doesn't allow for that unfortunately.
    I get that the leader has been banned, but I do wonder where every single senior figure in the party has been.

    Perhaps I'll consider, a good revamp couldn't do any harm.
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    (Original post by BenC1997)
    A2 revision probably doesn't allow for that unfortunately.
    I get that the leader has been banned, but I do wonder where every single senior figure in the party has been.

    Perhaps I'll consider, a good revamp couldn't do any harm.
    You could possibly be a caretaker leader - saving the party and getting it into a position where it can compete with other parties. You would need some help from your fellow party members though.
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    (Original post by BenC1997)
    Right.

    You're quite correct, none of the parties particularly are, I just liked a fair amount of the policies suggested by this party, enough to consider voting for them, if it's worth anything I considered going for you guys based on social policy. All unfortunately irrelevant at the end of the day, seems a lost cause.

    Can old parties be revived?
    I'm surprised you went for the Economically Centre-Left Nat Libs over the Economically Centrist Liberals, but as long as you're happy in the Nat Libs and you support their policies, I can't hold it against you c:


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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    You could possibly be a caretaker leader - saving the party and getting it into a position where it can compete with other parties. You would need some help from your fellow party members though.
    They'd have to actually be here to be able to help

    In all honesty I'm clueless as to how the MHoC works, I wouldn't know how to even 'apply' to be temporary leader, or if I'd even want it.

    I'd be taking the party in a fairly different direction.
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    (Original post by PetrosAC)
    I'm surprised you went for the Economically Centre-Left Nat Libs over the Economically Centrist Liberals, but as long as you're happy in the Nat Libs and you support their policies, I can't hold it against you c:


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    Well, frankly there's not much to be happy with is there? It's somewhat falling/fallen apart.

    Not to criticise your Party, but as far as I'm aware you're rather 'broad church.' Which made me wonder about the general consensus on the economy within your Party, although I'm aware ofcourse you have an official stance.

    Please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
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    (Original post by BenC1997)
    They'd have to actually be here to be able to help

    In all honesty I'm clueless as to how the MHoC works, I wouldn't know how to even 'apply' to be temporary leader, or if I'd even want it.

    I'd be taking the party in a fairly different direction.
    I'm sure RayApparently could make you temporary leader if you don't want to illegally seize power of the party.
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    (Original post by BenC1997)
    Well, frankly there's not much to be happy with is there? It's somewhat falling/fallen apart.

    Not to criticise your Party, but as far as I'm aware you're rather 'broad church.' Which made me wonder about the general consensus on the economy within your Party, although I'm aware ofcourse you have an official stance.

    Please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
    Yeah, we're fairly broad church to be fair, but we're not going to suddenly veer off to the left


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    (Original post by Quamquam123)
    I'm sure RayApparently could make you temporary leader if you don't want to illegally seize power of the party.
    He has the small matterof the election to sort out!

    On that, who takes the possible Nat Lib seat? There's no one to take it.
 
 
 
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