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quite frankly they couldnt do any bloody worse than the shiite we presently have.

That's the sort of thinking that brought us the 1980's - this time it will repeat as farce.

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That's the sort of thinking that brought us the 1980's - this time it will repeat as farce.

Oh come of it, you really think they could do worse than what Labour has left us with for the last 12 years of their economic devestation.

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Oh come of it, you really think they could do worse

Im sure they'll try thier best to...

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....here's a reminder of what kind of people they represent.

Great Sunday viewing for you.

I don't think that chap is a ringing example of a Conservative do you? But even if he was, I'd prefer knobs like him running the country rather than the current incompetent self righteous a55holes!

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The Tories won't change anything.

It may even get worse and this is coming from someone who hates ZaNu Labour with a passion that's probably unhealthy.

What do all governments do when they're doing unpopular things? Pick on the electorate. So drivers, drinkers, smokers, fast-food eaters and more will feel the force of the new Puritanism kickstarted by ZaNu Labour under pressure from tax-funded "charity" organisations which lie to further their own agenda.

So, this is Britain for the next 10 years - Davy-boy and his cronies continue to make love to our bottoms against our will, make us feel cheap and worthless for it and steal even more cash from our pockets in the process. Oh joy.

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That's the sort of thinking that brought us the 1980's - this time it will repeat as farce.

The 80's were the best years of my life, I just wish we had someone like Thatcher now.

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That's the sort of thinking that brought us the 1980's - this time it will repeat as farce.

Yes and Liebour have destroyed our economy for decades to come, created endless useless laws, spread a corrupt client state, dumbed down society, deliberately lost control of our borders, attempted to destroy some of the best of our values and have aided in the death of thousands via their illegal wars.

Yes, let's all vote Liebour! :lol:

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and probably again, The tories will build up the economy again and then the idiots in this country will vote Labour in again to ruin it.

I keep hearing this crap of "never ever forget what Thatcher did", well by god, I'll "never ever forget what Blair and Brown did".

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....here's a reminder of what kind of people they represent.

Great Sunday viewing for you.

I think you'll find he's more the kind of person that the left-leaning BBC thinks represents the Tories and, more importantly, who would make for maximum conflict and thus 'good tellie'...if they'd had a libertarian conservative who'd had no problems with drugs it would hardly have made riveting viewing would it!

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The 80's were the best years of my life, I just wish we had someone like Thatcher now.

Yeah, I particularly enjoyed seeing all the guys I'd gone to college with slowly get made redundant

as engineering and manufacturing companies closed to make way for shopping malls, 'executive' rabbit

hutches and the wonderful service based economy we now have.

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The tories will look after their middle class friends and business interests at the expense of the proles. They only ever get in because Labour screw up so badly that people think they must be better.

A bit like when you forget why you don't like a particular food and give it a go after a while, only to remember why you don't like it.

Have people forgotten how bad it was in the late 80's and 90's? How corrupt and self-serving the tories were, which is why labour got voted in, as much as a protest as anything.

The big crash will come when the tories decimate the public services (not diversity whank coordinators) I mean privatising the NHS etc. (but note Labour have already started - some of the PCT's - the health authorities are already being moved into private hands under the media's radar).

How can we start a 3rd party?

It's madness all round.

TFH

Link to the plan which is coming to fruition now: Link

Edited by Tin Foil Hat

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Relax folks

If the Irish ratify the Lisbon Treaty, Bliar may well end up as EU president

If that happens, a conservative election win will be inconsequential anyway

Looks like NuLabour will haunt us for some time yet, via the EU

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Relax folks

If the Irish ratify the Lisbon Treaty, Bliar may well end up as EU president

If that happens, a conservative election win will be inconsequential anyway

Looks like NuLabour will haunt us for some time yet, via the EU

With the amount of laws coming from the EU and the fact that EU laws now must take precedence over UK laws, we have been reduced as a nation to nothing more than a large metropolitan county.

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....here's a reminder of what kind of people they represent.

Great Sunday viewing for you.

I remember many of my mates becoming smack-heads in the 1980s because of Conservative economic policy and the resulting unemployment. I also remember the Socialists doing eff-all to help. For the young of that period they were irrelevant.

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The Tories will have to do something. The country cannot afford another unsustainable bubble and a taxpayer funded bailout for banksta's.

Of course its possible they will preside over continued looting of the economy by the City and a rich elite, whilst we go down the plug hole but I don't think they will last too long before serious civil unrest takes hold.

I'm not hopeful given the dubious backers they have.

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I remember many of my mates becoming smack-heads in the 1980s because of Conservative economic policy and the resulting unemployment. I also remember the Socialists doing eff-all to help. For the young of that period they were irrelevant.

Short memories are the politicians friend. Miner's strikes, a destroyed manufacturing base which left an economic and social void, canvas city on the Embankment, Poll Tax riots. . ..

Labour have got much wrong, but never achieved the Tory capacity for nastiness to favour a few.

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That's the sort of thinking that brought us the 1980's - this time it will repeat as farce.

It was 70's Labour who brought us the '80s, just like it'll be Brown who's responsible for the next decade. Whoever wins the next election already has their hands tied because Labour has already spent all the money.

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Short memories are the politicians friend. Miner's strikes, a destroyed manufacturing base which left an economic and social void, canvas city on the Embankment, Poll Tax riots. . ..

Labour have got much wrong, but never achieved the Tory capacity for nastiness to favour a few.

spot on, its not like even fewer make up the wealthiest 10% in the UK since Labour came to power?

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I remember many of my mates becoming smack-heads in the 1980s because of Conservative economic policy and the resulting unemployment. I also remember the Socialists doing eff-all to help. For the young of that period they were irrelevant.

I've had mates become smack-heads during the 70's, 80's, 90's and 00's. I'm sure there were a few in the 60s as well. Of course it was always the fault of the government's economic policy at the time.

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Yeah, I particularly enjoyed seeing all the guys I'd gone to college with slowly get made redundant

as engineering and manufacturing companies closed to make way for shopping malls, 'executive' rabbit

hutches and the wonderful service based economy we now have.

Yes perhaps Maggie should have stopped all those dratted foreigners making things cheaper and better than us.

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Short memories are the politicians friend. Miner's strikes, a destroyed manufacturing base which left an economic and social void, canvas city on the Embankment, Poll Tax riots. . ..

Labour have got much wrong, but never achieved the Tory capacity for nastiness to favour a few.

How can people trot out this kind of stuff? :blink:

The gap between rich and poor has increased during the labour years and social mobility has decreased.

Do you just; ignore that, deny it, or operate a kind of advanced double-think?

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