On 19 Apr 2017 at 9:49pm Vote for....... wrote:
Compare policies from each party in their own words, and make an informed decision about who to vote for at the 2015 general election.
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On 19 Apr 2017 at 9:51pm Busty bar maid wrote:
Kindly p#*s off.
On 19 Apr 2017 at 9:55pm Anthropologist wrote:
Bbm, another one shutting their ears & barking loudly
On 19 Apr 2017 at 9:56pm Busty Bar Moron wrote:
Wooof Wooof !
On 19 Apr 2017 at 9:58pm Busty bar maid wrote:
Shutting my ears to some smart@rses on a forum who thinks he's clever? Yes. Shouting loudly? No. I asked politely.
On 19 Apr 2017 at 10:04pm Biologist wrote:
BBM Pond life.
On 19 Apr 2017 at 10:16pm Clifford wrote:
Vote for... That survey is such a pathetically rigged set of questions I stopped half way through so I don't know which way you think you're 'cunningly' trying to gather votes. Best not be so obvious.
On 19 Apr 2017 at 10:21pm Paranoid Clifford wrote:
Vote for Policies is an independent not-for-profit run by volunteers. Our mission is to increase participation in elections, and make policies the focus of everyone’s voting decision. We want to give everyone the opportunity to make an informed, unbiased decision about who to vote for. So no matter how interested in politics you are, whether you have voted before or not, we hope that Vote for Policies gives you the information and confidence you need to vote - and know exactly what you're voting for.
We have no connection with any political party or candidate in any way. Our interest is not in seeing any party elected over another. Instead, by helping people to compare manifesto policies without knowing which party they belong to, we give them the chance to make an informed choice. This gives people clear and unbiased information about who to vote for - and it is our method for increasing voter turnout.
On 19 Apr 2017 at 10:34pm Jack The Hat wrote:
This is Labour campaign material.
Labour voters are decent people and will feel loyalty to the Party.
But a vote for Labour in this constituency is vote for Caulfield.
On Europe- It is a vote for an opposition that is led by a man who has hated the EU for the last thirty years.
Labour convinced 45% of Labour voters they were campaigning for Brexit
Corbyn failed to turn up for the first day of Remain campaigning.
John McDonnell said:
"It is time we were all more positive about Brexit,"
He confirmed Labour would not push for a second referendum.
In Northern Brexit seats Labour`s activists have been indistinguishable from UKIP, complete with the George Cross on campaign material.
We have got hard Brexit because of the implosion of the supposed opposition to 21% behind in the Polls.
Corbyn is rated by only 14% as the best option for Leader.
More Labour voters favour May than Corbyn.
Its up to each of us to decide what matters most to us and respect that other people may have different views.
One fact to consider is this.
There is only one way to oppose Caulfield and May in Lewes .
Vote Lib Dem
On 19 Apr 2017 at 10:38pm Busty bar maid wrote:
Kindly p#*s off.
On 19 Apr 2017 at 10:51pm George Is Cross wrote:
Up in Stoke all Labour were banging on about was controlling borders, controlling immigration, and how we were going to spend all that money from the EU on our own people .
What’s wrong with that?
On 19 Apr 2017 at 10:58pm Busty bar maid wrote:
G I C. Don't start with the racist Cr@p. Or do but try and be honest about it
On 19 Apr 2017 at 11:15pm Goose wrote:
Anyone know how the UKIp candidate is i need a poster in my window it keeps the virmin away
On 19 Apr 2017 at 11:59pm The Greek wrote:
This isn't ramming anything down anyone's throat!
On 20 Apr 2017 at 8:15am Road to Hell wrote:
This survey takes up to 40 minutes.
On 20 Apr 2017 at 2:02pm Clifford wrote:
Jack The Hat wrote: 'There is only one way to oppose Caulfield and May in Lewes. Vote Lib Dem.'
People voted Lib Dem in 2010 to make sure the Tories were kept out. And what did they get? The Lib Dems propping up the Tories in coalition, taking the chance to see all their 'Orange Book' dreams come true - more steps towards NHS privatisation, higher tuition fees, attacks on the welfare state. People won't be fooled again by that little hang of opportunists.
On 20 Apr 2017 at 7:57pm Reality wrote:
Irrelevant survey. Conservatives will win, move on & if you don't like it then hope for better in 2022 when maybe the merger of Lib/Lab/Green will be official & that 'mega' party can be genuine opposition