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Who Should I Vote For? A Test!
firefly
post Mon, 18 Apr 2005 - 19:19
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Hi all,

This is an eye-opener and no mistake!

http://www.whoshouldyouvotefor.com/

You'll be surprised at the outcome...I was!


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post Mon, 18 Apr 2005 - 19:26
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I was slightly shocked too icon_eek.gif  :shock:  :shock:

I never really saw myself as a Green - how independant is that website? laugh.gif


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post Mon, 18 Apr 2005 - 19:27
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I came out as UKIP  :shock:


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post Mon, 18 Apr 2005 - 19:37
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I came out as UKIP  icon_eek.gif

You're obviously not a fan of the Euro, and at weekends like to dress up in red and chase small mammals about a field...?!

Oh, and you'd like to see a level set on immigration!

Shame on you!!

I came out as a Liberal, and a strong one at that.  What'll my former shop steward dad think...?!?


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post Mon, 18 Apr 2005 - 20:03
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still can't see the reasoning behind ravaging a fox icon_eek.gif


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jimmy ferrari
post Mon, 18 Apr 2005 - 20:09
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lab -24 con -11 lib 23 ukip -6 green 7 quite startling for an ex shop steward or does that show how bad labour are now?


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post Mon, 18 Apr 2005 - 20:36
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Labour -2
Tory Scum -26
Lib Dem +54
UKIP +2
Green +45

Quite alarming for this Trade Union Branch Secretary.......never thought i would see myself more UKIP than Labour.....and certainly not a Lib Dem!
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post Mon, 18 Apr 2005 - 20:37
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QUOTE (matt1133)
still can't see the reasoning behind ravaging a fox icon_eek.gif


Quite and particularly when there are Magistrates, District Judges and Law Lords about for you to ‘pick on’ instead.


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post Mon, 18 Apr 2005 - 21:46
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My political bias could be described as 'marginally more right wing than Attila the hun', So, I was surprised to see that I came out as extreemly pro labour! icon_eek.gif

I fear that my recent interactions with the law, may have influenced my normal 'honesty and forthrightness' And, perhaps, my chances of a pearage have increased in proportion to my new found capability to be 'duplicitous'. icon_redface.gif


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post Mon, 18 Apr 2005 - 22:57
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Labour -11
Conservative +8
Lib Dem -10
UKIP +18
Green +23

I guess the answer's in the commentary;
The Green Party, which is of course strong on environmental issues, takes a strong position on welfare issues, but was firmly against the war in Iraq. Other key concerns are cannabis, where the party takes a liberal line, and foxhunting, which unsurprisingly the Greens are firmly against.
I did agree with them on Iraq and foxhunting.
I wouldn't have though that that should have created such an overwhelming result in their favour, particularly as there were no environmental questions.

I think I have to agree with Matt;
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post Mon, 18 Apr 2005 - 23:38
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Well it's good for a laugh.
my score was:
labour-37
con-9
Lib 44
UKIP 2
Green 47

Bizare since I'm favour of the euro and would relegalise foxhunting - not because I want to do it  but because I  think parlaiment could have spent its time better. How many extra speed cameras are required to finance policing foxhunting?

How do you become green when you don't have to answer an environemntal question?
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post Tue, 19 Apr 2005 - 00:48
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Labour -8      
Conservative 48
Liberal Democrat -30      
UK Independence Party 45
Green 23


Well mine certainly doesn't come as too much of a surprise...I certainly dislike the loony social democrats, and the russkiy Labour bliar....#

Maybe my dislike of the libs & labour is my dislike of the EU constitution & the euro....  :?


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post Tue, 19 Apr 2005 - 06:18
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Forgot to post my results... icon_redface.gif

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Labour -18
Conservative -31
Liberal Democrat 36
UK Independence Party 4
Green 24

I'd better order my open-toed sandals...


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post Tue, 19 Apr 2005 - 09:26
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You're obviously not a fan of the Euro, and at weekends like to dress up in red and chase small mammals about a field...?!


Can't stand the Eu, but have never been hunting. Horses are for betting on  :wink:


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post Tue, 19 Apr 2005 - 13:32
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Blimey. I got:     -13   Lab
                        -48  Tory
                      +76   Lib Dem
                        - 1   UKIP
                      + 72  Green

I guess that's proof positive of what I've been suspecting.... Tony and his boys are closet Tory To$$ers!! It's alarming to find that Liberal Demotw*ts are (for my reasoning) more left/socalist/freedom oriented than Labour.
Don't like Green. Black's more my colour....


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post Thu, 23 Jun 2005 - 07:05
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-45 lab
+47 UKIP

other need not be mentioned

No real surprise though


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post Thu, 23 Jun 2005 - 10:00
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Labour -20      
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The next stage will be "chipped at birth" with the ability to monitor location and speed via GPS, and then, the ability to override your free will and de-activate you for speeding....
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post Thu, 23 Jun 2005 - 10:11
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<...> The next stage will be "chipped at birth" with the ability to monitor location and speed via GPS, and then, the ability to override your free will and de-activate you for speeding....

I've heard that one before, but I don't think there's any way a government would get that through.  Look at the public's dis-taste for identity cards; and that's only carrying a card!  

The current government scaremongering about nullifying the terrorist threat by introducing these cards is laughable.  How many times are we going to hear 9/11 mentioned for things that have bugger-all to do with it.  I heard a Tory front bencher use 9/11 as a reason for a nuclear deterrent for God's sake...


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post Thu, 23 Jun 2005 - 11:37
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1. Identity cards.
2. RFID tagged number plates (see 3. below).
3. WI-FI network in street furniture (lamp posts, traffic lights).
4. Vehicle black boxes (for 'toll fees' and/or pay as you go insurance).

Safety Camera's are on the way out with this little lot...  :evil:
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post Thu, 23 Jun 2005 - 12:03
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Safety Camera's are on the way out with this little lot...  icon_evil.gif


least some goods coming out of it - only have to convince thn to scrap every other tracking methond now


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