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    (Original post by Connor27)
    Asquith is bae though, we now have Gladstone and Asquith, the true Party of classical liberalism!

    (He's also from the same county as me, Asquith was a fellow West Yorkshireman)
    clear ur PM box plz
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    (Original post by Aph)
    Do the libbers support independence for the cultic nations and Yorkshire as it would clearly lead to a smaller state

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    good joke aph except it isn't funny.
    The libertarians and the tories would be willing to offer you a helicopter ride , free of charge(nationalised helicopter rides, your happy)
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    Do the libbers support independence for the cultic nations and Yorkshire as it would clearly lead to a smaller state

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    Yorkshire is proud of our British heritage, as for these "cultic" nations, I don't think utopian (READ: dystopian) "AphLand" is recognised by the UN just yet mate
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    Yorkshire is proud of our British heritage, as for these "cultic" nations, I don't think utopian (READ: dystopian) "AphLand" is recognised by the UN just yet mate
    I mean I live in Yorkshire and I'd say separatists are about 5% and being proud of being British is stupid which Yorkish people aren't.

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    An economic program conducive to maximizing growth and promoting fairness; we support a more consolidated tax code, the elimination of budget deficits, a sound monetary policy, unrestricted international free trade, introducing competition and choice into the NHS and education, the re-prioritization of public assistance toward low-income workers and the disabled rather than the unemployed, structural pension reform, and a reduction in the dependence of families and individuals on the state for sustenance.

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    A social policy that respects the various diverse lifestyles which flourish throughout the United Kingdom, but also upholds the inalienable right to property; we propose putting an end to the drug war, allowing pubs to determine smoking protocol, more devolution of public services, surveillance only upon issuance of a warrant, legalization of handguns, a more liberal immigration policy, unbridled free speech, and full marriage equality.






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    All that sounds good to me, except for the drugs thing. Which I am against. Apart from that, everything looks really fantastic
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    All that sounds good to me, except for the drugs thing. Which I am against. Apart from that, everything looks really fantastic
    Mind expanding on your opinion regarding drugs?
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    (Original post by Owain5)
    All that sounds good to me, except for the drugs thing. Which I am against. Apart from that, everything looks really fantastic
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    Mind expanding on your opinion regarding drugs?
    He's a member of the tories , lol.
    If you have any ideas , let me know Owain(I'm a softish libertarian)
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    Mind expanding on your opinion regarding drugs?
    Just against them, personally. Like if you're ill and get prescribed medicene or if you're ill and taking paracetamol or something for it, I support that. But like smoking weed in public/pubs, legalising illegal drugs and stuff like that, totally against.
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    (Original post by fleky6910)
    He's a member of the tories , lol.
    If you have any ideas , let me know Owain(I'm a softish libertarian)
    Thanks I will Don't have any ideas yet lol. Just browsing online a little bored haha.

    I will let you know thank you
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    (Original post by Owain5)
    Thanks I will Don't have any ideas yet lol. Just browsing online a little bored haha.

    I will let you know thank you
    Was trying to prevent a defection
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    (Original post by fleky6910)
    Was trying to prevent a defection
    Hahahaha I would never do that. I'm as loyal as a dog.
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    (Original post by fleky6910)
    clear ur PM box plz
    YOU too lol I tried pming you earlier
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    YOU too lol I tried pming you earlier
    kk then will you respond?
    Done , please respond
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    Considering that whole referendum fiasco. When will you guys put 'We like to flog dead horses' in the OP?
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    (Original post by Conceited)
    Considering that whole referendum fiasco. When will you guys put 'We like to flog dead horses' in the OP?
    Well, I felt that particular rule in the GD was an unjust one, considering bills can pass without 50% in favour as can all other petitions, resubmitting it as a bill was the only real choice considering our commitment to more direct democracy and the fact that a plurality of MPs voted in favour of the petition.

    But now, the people's representatives have spoken, and it appears they have changed their minds, which we will obviously respect.
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    That Alexis De Tocqueville fellow lived at a time without the internet and Wikipedia, almost 300 years ago, so I question his knowledge and authority on matters.
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    (Original post by Melancholy)
    That Alexis De Tocqueville fellow lived at a time without the internet and Wikipedia, almost 300 years ago, so I question his knowledge and authority on matters.
    The same could be applied to "that Karl Marx fellow" could it not?
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    (Original post by Connor27)
    The same could be applied to "that Karl Marx fellow" could it not?
    Yes.
 
 
 
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