So who is everyone voting for..?

Who are you voting for?

  • Labour

    Votes: 12 21.1%
  • Conservative

    Votes: 6 10.5%
  • Liberal Democrat

    Votes: 30 52.6%
  • SNP

    Votes: 1 1.8%
  • Plaid Crymu

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • UKIP

    Votes: 1 1.8%
  • BNP

    Votes: 1 1.8%
  • Green Party

    Votes: 1 1.8%
  • Monster Raving Looney Party

    Votes: 4 7.0%
  • Other

    Votes: 1 1.8%

  • Total voters
    57

Cat Gas

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I would vote labour again. Obviously cameron is a complete douche, and lib dem's policies are full of shit and contradict each other.
Bring in the euro, yet isolate us from europe?
Remove Trident, then continue to have the UK as interventionlist?
Apart from the fact Nick Clegg is about 8 years old. :|
so really labour for me is the only choice. It's not that I like Brown, it's just that he's the least imbecilic.
 

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I was voting Labour but now switched to Lib Dem seeing as Labour support has all but disappeared in my area.

BTW voter registration is now ended so if you haven't regged you've missed the boat.
 

rob_del_terror

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so really labour for me is the only choice. It's not that I like Brown, it's just that he's the least imbecilic.
this for me. i usually wouldnt bother but i really don't wanna see the torries get in.

---------- Post added at 15:45 ---------- Previous post was at 15:43 ----------

also. i think that under the labour council Blackpool has improved dramatically. loads of stuff going on all over the town.
 

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my constiueny has been lib dem since '97, and there's about 2% chance they won't win, so i'm just gonna vote MRLP as they arethe only other party runninghere , i mean how can u resist a candidate called monkey the drummer
 

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I'm truly surprised & seriously dismayed about the amount of people in my generation voting Labour...

I mean...

I just...

I can't...

Its fucking madness, actually saddens me to fuck to think that anybody would want those dumb pricks in power still.

Still, each to their own... :(
 

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i've never gone out and voted before. but like i said before, things are on the up in blackpool. i don't see any problems. the torries fucked things up in the past, had a direct effect on me and my family. something for which my dad still spits when he hears or see's anything to do with thatcher. thats why i'm out to put my tick in the box this time around.
 

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I'm truly surprised & seriously dismayed about the amount of people in my generation voting Labour...

I mean...

I just...

I can't...

Its fucking madness, actually saddens me to fuck to think that anybody would want those dumb pricks in power still.

Still, each to their own... :(
Lib Dem policies are too idealist to work in real life, and they won't work together :|
Sure, labour aren't perfect, but they're better than a bunch of hippy pricks who think it's a good idea to get rid of the UK's defense schemes.
 

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Alot more people will vote this year, defo.

This is a good thing.

---------- Post added at 16:02 ---------- Previous post was at 15:58 ----------

Lib Dem policies are too idealist to work in real life, and they won't work together :|
Sure, labour aren't perfect, but they're better than a bunch of hippy pricks who think it's a good idea to get rid of the UK's defense schemes.
In theory maybe...

But nobody actually knows for fact, so its pure presumption, ok its you opinion fairplay.

But I wouldn't vote for fucking lablour or cunting conservatives simply on that presumption.
 

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this for me. i usually wouldnt bother but i really don't wanna see the torries get in.

---------- Post added at 15:45 ---------- Previous post was at 15:43 ----------

also. i think that under the labour council Blackpool has improved dramatically. loads of stuff going on all over the town.
This definitely. Gordon Marsden has improved the towns image greatly. In a couple of years the Prom will be outstanding.
 

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my constiueny has been lib dem since '97, and there's about 2% chance they won't win, so i'm just gonna vote MRLP as they arethe only other party runninghere , i mean how can u resist a candidate called monkey the drummer
amazing.

we have Norman Baker (lib dem) as our local, so ill prob vote for them as voting for green party will make no difference
 

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i've never gone out and voted before. but like i said before, things are on the up in blackpool. i don't see any problems. the torries fucked things up in the past, had a direct effect on me and my family. something for which my dad still spits when he hears or see's anything to do with thatcher. thats why i'm out to put my tick in the box this time around.
this

i grew up with thatcher resembling something of an anti-christ too, but i'm sure i'll do the same thing with blair and my kids

it's just such a shame that clegg such a twat, plus he's only 25% british

hopefully brown will make a move back to classic socialist ideals, rather than just focusing on making money out of his job
 

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I'm truly surprised & seriously dismayed about the amount of people in my generation voting Labour...

I mean...

I just...

I can't...

Its fucking madness, actually saddens me to fuck to think that anybody would want those dumb pricks in power still.

Still, each to their own... :(
I cant understand it either, they have made such a mess of basicly everything so far, nothings going to change if they stay in power, its not like they'll suddenly decide to go about things a different way.

Lib Dem policies are too idealist to work in real life, and they won't work together :|
Sure, labour aren't perfect, but they're better than a bunch of hippy pricks who think it's a good idea to get rid of the UK's defense schemes.
Its not all of our defenses. And arguably, we wouldnt need to be so hot on defense if Labour hadnt gone poking their snouts into the middle east trying to steal their oil.
 

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amazing.

we have Norman Baker (lib dem) as our local, so ill prob vote for them as voting for green party will make no difference
you say that but the big parties watch how ppl vote even if its not for a winner, and the more ppl that dont vote for lab/con/lib the better imo, hopefully it will make them sit up and notice how much faith has been lost in our government, plus it will hopefully buck the trend of only actually having 2 or 3 big parties
 

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i've never gone out and voted before. but like i said before, things are on the up in blackpool. i don't see any problems. the torries fucked things up in the past, had a direct effect on me and my family. something for which my dad still spits when he hears or see's anything to do with thatcher. thats why i'm out to put my tick in the box this time around.
exactly the same case with my family too. i dont agree with everything labour's done in the years they've been in power, but this will only be a splash in the pool if cameron takes over
 

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Conservative for me.

Simply for the fact that Labour have done nothing but make this country into a pile of shit over the last 8 years.

They're all shit though.

The party in charge, should be good enough, that to get people to vote for them, they should just say "We will continue to run this country as we have" and that'd be good enough to keep them in power.

It'll never happen though.
 
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