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    What would, or should, Cameron do differently (compared to Labour) as the PM?

    I'm hoping he would have the balls to reform the constitution, structually change the economy, and re-negotiate our position in the EU.
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    Brown is a good economist and has served the country well during the recession. Cameron has a shiny face.
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    A good economist, who allowed UK economic growth to be based on debt and consumption?
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    (Original post by JW92)
    Brown is a good economist and has served the country well during the recession. Cameron has a shiny face.
    Cameron has a slimy face more like. Everytime I see him I want to punch him for being so... so... so CAMERON. :mad:
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    (Original post by rajandkwameali)
    A good economist, who allowed UK economic growth to be based on debt and consumption?
    Isn't this just modern capitalism in an nutshell? Brown may've allowed it to continue, but I don't see what else he could've done in the circumstances.
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    want so bad about economic growth through debt and consumption??

    As long as there growth that's good!
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    I think if he were to not be elected in the first place, that could only be beneficial. Or if he were elected, if he could step aside and make away for David Davis, whom I feel is marginally better.
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    He should spontaneously combust. Why haven't any of our PMs ever done that. If he promises to do so he has my vote.
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    Well what he should do is subjective, personally here are some things I want:

    - Leave the EU
    - Cease the war on terror
    - Restore lost civil liberties e.g. 42 day detention without trial
    - Legalise drugs/prostitution/guns
    - Privatise, privatise, privatise
    - Massively cut public spending, especially benefits
    - Reduce regulations on business
    - Embrace total free trade

    But that is not tory policy, this is probably more like the conservative equivelant of the above:

    - Be generally weary of the EU
    - Extend the war on terror, maybe even to Iran
    - I don't really know how they are these days on civil liberties
    - They certainly wont legalise those three things, though
    - Might privatise a little more, but less than Maggie
    - Will cut public spending but by a slither, when it needs to be slices
    - Might reduce business regulation a little, but not enough
    - They wont believe in free trade, pfft

    Tories are pretty crap, really. Libertarians shouldn't vote for them!
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    (Original post by rajandkwameali)
    What would, or should, Cameron do differently (compared to Labour) as the PM?

    I'm hoping he would have the balls to reform the constitution, structually change the economy, and re-negotiate our position in the EU.

    What constitution?
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    (Original post by CandyFlipper)
    Well what he should do is subjective, personally here are some things I want:

    - Leave the EU
    - Cease the war on terror
    - Restore lost civil liberties e.g. 42 day detention without trial
    - Legalise drugs/prostitution/guns
    - Privatise, privatise, privatise
    - Massively cut public spending, especially benefits
    - Reduce regulations on business
    - Embrace total free trade

    But that is not tory policy, this is probably more like the conservative equivelant of the above:

    - Be generally weary of the EU
    - Extend the war on terror, maybe even to Iran
    - I don't really know how they are these days on civil liberties
    - They certainly wont legalise those three things, though
    - Might privatise a little more, but less than Maggie
    - Will cut public spending but by a slither, when it needs to be slices
    - Might reduce business regulation a little, but not enough
    - They wont believe in free trade, pfft

    Tories are pretty crap, really. Libertarians shouldn't vote for them!
    And vote for whom instead?
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    (Original post by Moe Lester)
    And vote for whom instead?
    LPUK, or UKIP if LPUK aren't fielding a candidate in their area. :yep:
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    (Original post by CandyFlipper)
    LPUK, or UKIP if LPUK aren't fielding a candidate in their area. :yep:
    Fair enough, both are pretty agreeable parties.
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    If guns ever become freely available in this country someone's going to get punched.
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    He will, have more cabinet ministers who have been educated at Eton than any PM since Macmillan. :hmmm:
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    (Original post by Moe Lester)
    Fair enough, both are pretty agreeable parties.
    Especially LPUK who are socially liberals as well as economically - would you vote for them over the conservatives?
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    (Original post by CandyFlipper)
    Especially LPUK who are socially liberals as well as economically - would you vote for them over the conservatives?
    Yeah I probably would, but I joined TSR conservatives because they are very different to the real life ones.
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    (Original post by spex)
    If guns ever become freely available in this country someone's going to get punched.
    someone is going to get shot more like
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    (Original post by Moe Lester)
    Yeah I probably would, but I joined TSR conservatives because they are very different to the real life ones.
    Would you ever get involved in the real life libertarian movement?

    And yes, TSR tories are very very libertarian, its excellent. Though I never really understand why they don't just join the libertarian party, especially on TSR where you might as well be ideological rather than pragmatic about politics. More fake MP's available for the tories, I suppose ...
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    (Original post by CandyFlipper)
    Would you ever get involved in the real life libertarian movement?.
    In what sense...as in the lib. party perhaps I will.

    And yes, TSR tories are very very libertarian, its excellent. Though I never really understand why they don't just join the libertarian party, especially on TSR where you might as well be ideological rather than pragmatic about politics. More fake MP's available for the tories, I suppose
    Because it is a general right-wing grouping I suppose :dontknow: Don't always have to be libertarian as opposed to the lib. party.
 
 
 
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