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Are you looking forward to the leftys' reaction when David Cameron become PM? watch

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    yeah, in the 80's, the tories killed us with privatisation, and unemployment, labour did a little, but screwed up, with particular regards to PC. so yeah, not looking forward to any of it.....
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    Oh man, that day'll be hell. I can't stand that guy's face, and he'll be everywhere.
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    (Original post by L i b)
    No doubt they'll find some flimsy excuse to brand Cameron a racist or something equally contemptible as they did with Boris, then appeal to the old guard promising old labour values which the government has ignored for 12 years, then make out that the sky will fall in under a Tory government and when they still lose they'll adopt a 'just you wait and see - just remember, we told you so!' approach, before doing just that whenever the most minor incidental or scandal occurs.

    It's all so boring and formulaic.
    Hmm sounds familiar...

    Oh yeah, you've just described what the tories do when labour is in power.
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    (Original post by alan910_2)
    Hmm sounds familiar...

    Oh yeah, you've just described what the tories do when labour is in power.
    No I haven't. Indeed, I pointed that out in my first paragraph.
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    (Original post by MazalTov89)
    "Vote Change, Vote Conservative"

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    Vote for everything you've been complaining about in the current government, only to realise that that's exactly what the Tories are about: abuse of the expenses system, financial deregulation, narrow-mindedness and imbecility.
    Osbourne as Chancellor of the Exchequer. Oh god, help us... David Cameron going to international summits? He's made for staying with the middle-class and his fellow rich narrow-minded Little Englanders. What's he going to do abroad?
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    (Original post by Norfolkadam)
    Yes because the Labour government has truly been the shining light of the left and to lose it would break my heart.

    :emo:
    It will signify the fact that socialism is finally unpopular in this country, as has been demonstrated in the EU.

    Your Ecofascist party will only gain votes from proles who have the mentality of a five year old and think 'tha greenz sound nice, i lyke their name, so im gonna vote 4 them'.
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    (Original post by SamTheMan)
    with the subtitle:
    Vote for everything you've been complaining about in the current government, only to realise that that's exactly what the Tories are about: abuse of the expenses system, financial deregulation, narrow-mindedness and imbecility.
    Osbourne as Chancellor of the Exchequer. Oh god, help us... David Cameron going to international summits? He's made for staying with the middle-class and his fellow rich narrow-minded Little Englanders. What's he going to do abroad?
    You know, I wouldn't be suprised if their campaign song for the 2010 elections would be Common People.
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    (Original post by MazalTov89)
    You know, I wouldn't be suprised if their campaign song for the 2010 elections would be Common People.
    Hey, if the spin doctors have evaluated that a Cameron-Jarvis Cocker duet will increase their ratings by 2% then Cameron is game.
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    i love that song, (pulp, yes?)

    dont steal it mr cameron!!! lol!
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    It will signify the fact that socialism is finally unpopular in this country, as has been demonstrated in the EU.

    Your Ecofascist party will only gain votes from proles who have the mentality of a five year old and think 'tha greenz sound nice, i lyke their name, so im gonna vote 4 them'.
    Socialism has never truly been popular in this country which is a shame because it means the only examples of 'socialism' that people ever mention are the failed versions seen where dictatorships were in place.

    The driving forces of the Labour Party have not represented any form of revolutionary Socialism in the past century and since 1994 it's not even been a Social Democratic party. Indeed, it's been Third Way, neo-revisionist or 'New Labour' which is some mongrel offbreed of Thatcherism, social democracy and free market economics.

    I support the Green Party for a number of reasons which I don't need to go into but I strongly disagree with you and your BNP-style rhetoric. It can clearly be shown that the majority of the Green Party's voter base are the middle-classes, the 'Guardianista' if you will. It's clearly been the case that the proles (as you put them) have leant towards the far right parties in the UK rather than the way Mr Marx predicted of them leaning towards the left.

    Most people with the mentality of a five year old have seen David Cameron, though "oh he's a nice guy" and will vote for him based on that.
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    (Original post by Norfolkadam)
    Most people with the mentality of a five year old have seen David Cameron, though "oh he's a nice guy" and will vote for him based on that.
    Depressing but true.
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    (Original post by Shalarmay)
    And his face is plastered all over the news as he greets the Queen and walks into 10 Downing Street?

    I cannot wait for those grim faces, portraying a sense of disappointment and anguish! I'm sure TSR will be brimming with lefties spouting their dire predictions for the future and criticising Cameron before he even walks in the door.

    What a happy day that will be for TSR.
    You're not very good at this whole trolling business, are ye?
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    Nothing will change except that someone good at PR and a massive ego will live in 10 Downing Street.
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    (Original post by L i b)
    They'll go mental. They always do - or at least a very loud-mouthed section of them do; I of course accept that the left have perfectly reasonable people amongst them. They do, however, have a band of extremist attack dogs which the Tories simply lack.
    You're kidding right?

    Melanie Phillips?

    Simon Heffer?

    Peter Hitchens?

    Three of the most bile filled people I've ever had the misfortune to read. They border on self parody most of the time.
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    You know what would be awesome? Someone other than labour or conservative getting in.
    Love everyone to have a spur of the moment vote of the greens or lib dems :awesome:
    Cameron's face if that happened would be just pure smarmy-meltdown!
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    One Thatcherlite for another. I couldn't care less. Personally I don't think anything will change, though there are some things I'd fight for that may be seen as left wing (gay marriage etc.). Economically, I mostly agree with Tory policy, I can just see them suddenly going nice and oppressive as soon as they get in.
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    Everyone knows it's pretty likely.. unfortunately.. :emo:
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    (Original post by Andy the Anarchist)
    You're kidding right?

    Melanie Phillips?

    Simon Heffer?

    Peter Hitchens?

    Three of the most bile filled people I've ever had the misfortune to read. They border on self parody most of the time.
    Add Littlejohn to that.
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    I have faith Labour will pull the voters back in before the election. But even if they don't, it'll provide them with time to re-think their campaign and beliefs and make some great improvements to the party, whilst the Tories sink under the pressure.

    I would like to see David step down and let Boris run for PM, but that isn't going to happen. If it did though it would be a funny couple of years, he'd probably start off by making cannabis legal :P
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    (Original post by smalltownboy)
    Add Littlejohn to that.
    And Jeremy Clarkson when they give him a column
 
 
 
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