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Just Sent This Email To My Useless Lib Dem Mp

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Email reads.

Bad luck up't North.

Liberal Democrats 352, down from 5,189

Monster Raving Loony Party. 197

BNP even got 711.

What a disaster Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Perhaps you could join forces to try and improve the vote count, something like the

The Monster Raving Liberal Party

You see, YOU DON'T DO ANYTHING. I've been telling you this for ages.

You promised a referendum, YOU BROKE YOUR PROMISE

You keep Houses at UNAFFORDABLE LEVELS

You keep interest rates AT FAKE LEVELS

You decimate savings with QE and HIGH INFLATION.

You and you Liberal colleagues are USELESS.

ARE YOU GETTING THE MESSAGE.

Let me remind you

Liberal Democrats 352

Monster Raving Loony Party. 197

UKIP are now the protest vote. Get ready for annihilation in 2015, unless you DO SOMETHING for the hard working decent folk.

Get interest rates up, get house prices down and protect peoples' savings and pensions.

But you won't, so bye bye in 2015.

VOTE UKIP, I WILL AND SO WILL EVERYONE ELSE

My name.

He and the rest of them just don't 'get it'. We the decent hard workers, who just want a roof over our heads are being deprived by gross economic mismanagement. Yet they treat the problem with contempt. Roll on 2015. I hope the Liberals become history.

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Somehow a lot of people in this country are feathering their own nests or standing next to the life rafts on the Titanic. Do any of the yellow, red, blue parties live and breed the beliefs of the party? Or do they just say anything to get by and collect a salary and impose a local influence to achieve power and wealth? If you cut open a politician (I don't suggest you do), is the life and blood of them the same colour as their party flag? Labour would be just a coincidence of course.

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Too much of a rant and you didn't make it crystal clear.

He'll skim read it and pigeon hole it in his mind as "Angry because he can't afford to buy a house".

Action, if any, will be to push for even lower mortgage rates and more government support for first time buyers.

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I think voting UKIP would be like investing in bitcoins when they were in their early stage, e.g. at 10p each. If UKIP got to power, (a long shot, but you never know), the new rulers will transfer wealth to their supporters. It would be no different to any other party and each of their own vested interests. This is the unfortunate side effect of democracy - someone once put it nicely here on hpc - democracy is a process where 51% of the population takes the wealth from the rest of the population.

It is clear if you get the hint;

Win a gold Sovereign: Sovereign Draw for a Sovereign Nation

http://www.ukip.org/page/sovereign-draw-for-a-sovereign-nation

Don’t leave the future to chance - This is your opportunity to win Gold! Everyone loves gold! It is a safe haven in troubled times!

We need your support!

Joining our lottery will make a massive difference. The more players that join, the more profit we make and all profi ts from the lottery will go directly to UKIP.

Every month, the winner of the Sovereign Draw Lottery will win a Gold Sovereign.

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Email reads.

Bad luck up't North.

Liberal Democrats 352, down from 5,189

Monster Raving Loony Party. 197

BNP even got 711.

What a disaster Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Perhaps you could join forces to try and improve the vote count, something like the

The Monster Raving Liberal Party

You see, YOU DON'T DO ANYTHING. I've been telling you this for ages.

You promised a referendum, YOU BROKE YOUR PROMISE

You keep Houses at UNAFFORDABLE LEVELS

You keep interest rates AT FAKE LEVELS

You decimate savings with QE and HIGH INFLATION.

You and you Liberal colleagues are USELESS.

ARE YOU GETTING THE MESSAGE.

Let me remind you

Liberal Democrats 352

Monster Raving Loony Party. 197

UKIP are now the protest vote. Get ready for annihilation in 2015, unless you DO SOMETHING for the hard working decent folk.

Get interest rates up, get house prices down and protect peoples' savings and pensions.

But you won't, so bye bye in 2015.

VOTE UKIP, I WILL AND SO WILL EVERYONE ELSE

My name.

He and the rest of them just don't 'get it'. We the decent hard workers, who just want a roof over our heads are being deprived by gross economic mismanagement. Yet they treat the problem with contempt. Roll on 2015. I hope the Liberals become history.

Well, you'll give his caseworker a wry smile in the morning, but not much else. Do hope you used green font to match the capitals & ranting?

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To be honest it doesn't matter who is in power they just have the snouts in the trough.

+1 Lets stop referring the the triad of idiots as separate parties, they are now simply the liblabcon, one big fake party full of troughers and n'er do wells who are just the hand wringing apologists of an unwelcome EU superstate that has been foisted on the British people with no democratic process, time for new politics to take over, well done UKIP. ;)

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+1 Lets stop referring the the triad of idiots as separate parties, they are now simply the liblabcon, one big fake party full of troughers and n'er do wells who are just the hand wringing apologists of an unwelcome EU superstate that has been foisted on the British people with no democratic process, time for new politics to take over, well done UKIP. ;)

Yes it would hilarious if after the next election labour and the tories had to form a coalition to keep UKIP out.

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Which council/county is this?

If the LibDems polled lower than the BNP then thats really something.

South Shields By Election - they came 7th after the BNP & indepenents and lost their deposit.

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South Shields By Election - they came 7th after the BNP & indepenents and lost their deposit.

Interesting that turnout dropped by about a third and Labour's majority was almost halved (numerically) while UKIP came second.

Politics might just be getting interesting again!

South Shields by-election result

Emma Lewell-Buck (Lab) 12,493 (50.51%)

Richard Elvin (UKIP) 5,988 (24.21%)

Karen Allen (Con) 2,857 (11.55%)

Ahmed Khan (Ind) 1,331 (5.38%)

Phil Brown (Ind Soc) 750 (3.03%)

Dorothy MacBeth Brookes (BNP) 711 (2.87%)

Hugh Annand (Lib Dem) 352 (1.42%)

Howling Laud Hope (Loony) 197 (0.80%)

Thomas Darwood (Ind) 57 (0.23%)

Lab majority 6,505 (26.30%); Turnout 24,736 (39.28%)

2010: Lab majority 11,109 (30.42%); Turnout 36,518 (57.70%)

Edited by StuG III

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Interesting that turnout dropped by about a third and Labour's majority was almost halved (numerically) while UKIP came second.

Politics might just be getting interesting again!

Apparently 6 out of 10 votes cast were postal votes! That is extremely suspicious.

Very easy to manipulate and game, especially for the established parties. Think sales people coming a-knocking, with their helpful patter.

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If you don't receive the courtesy of a reply perhaps you should send him/her a copy, addressed to his local party headquarters.........and wrapped around a brick!

Edited by browneconomy

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South Shields By Election - they came 7th after the BNP & indepenents and lost their deposit.

That's going to be a bit scary for the Lib Dems.

Previous election results give them a previously 'solid' vote of ~5000 (15-20%). Assuming that the 350 votes they did get will include the whole party organisation in the area... that's bad.

Protest voters will go UKIP

Students will go green/labour.

Anti-tories will go labour

Civil libertarians will give up.

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Interesting that turnout dropped by about a third and Labour's majority was almost halved (numerically) while UKIP came second.

Turn out is always down in by elections so you can't read anything into that.

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To be fair, the Libdems did put the brakes on the 'snoopers charter' which is something to be applauded. No question that it will come back (probably in even more draconian fashion) somewhere down the line though, that sort of privacy and civil liberties eroding legislation always does. The people in power just can't help themselves and the braindead voters won't bother to do anything about it at election time.

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Turn out is always down in by elections so you can't read anything into that.

well not suprisingly, "democratically" you can read into it that the largest democratic majority has once again chosen no representative, naturally in the Western Kimjongesque fashion of calling yourself a democracy you can ignore democracy in favour of what i choose democracy to mean

Edited by georgia o'keeffe

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well not suprisingly, "democratically" you can read into it that the largest democratic majority has once again chosen no representative, naturally in the Western Kimjongesque fashion of calling yourself a democracy you can ignore democracy in favour of what i choose democracy to mean

The problem is that a goodly portion of the UK electorate shows no interest whatsoever in taking responsibility for shaping the nature of society, or even informing themselves of how society works. They are content to lie back and consume a diet of trashy diversions delivered by the media.

If people actually educated themselves on the issues and engaged en-masse in the democratic process which their forebears fought to create then we wouldn't end up with a world shaped by cliques of powerful vested interests who seek to transfer wealth away from the masses to themselves.

At the very least, people should take the time to go to the ballot box and spoil their vote if they don't feel that any of the choices on offer are representative of their viewpoint. This would at a stroke remove the legitimacy of politicians who get into power as the preferred choice of maybe 20% of the electorate and would convince other budding politicians to come forward with ideas that might be more appealing to the voters (there clearly being a 'market' due to the large numbers of spoiled votes), thus increasing the choices available to voters.

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The problem is that a goodly portion of the UK electorate shows no interest whatsoever in taking responsibility for shaping the nature of society, or even informing themselves of how society works. They are content to lie back and consume a diet of trashy diversions delivered by the media.

If people actually educated themselves on the issues and engaged en-masse in the democratic process which their forebears fought to create then we wouldn't end up with a world shaped by cliques of powerful vested interests who seek to transfer wealth away from the masses to themselves.

At the very least, people should take the time to go to the ballot box and spoil their vote if they don't feel that any of the choices on offer are representative of their viewpoint. This would at a stroke remove the legitimacy of politicians who get into power as the preferred choice of maybe 20% of the electorate and would convince other budding politicians to come forward with ideas that might be more appealing to the voters (there clearly being a 'market' due to the large numbers of spoiled votes), thus increasing the choices available to voters.

err no, if people were interested in Democracy theyd have it, as the UK has (along with everyone else) never actually tried democracy then im not sure how anyone forefathers or today could complain, Democracy is a simple concept, so simple thats its never been introduced in the UK

You could get away with the argument that democracy was in action until the early 80s but unfortunately as i highlight the democratic majority in the UK has repeatedly refused to vote for a special flower for decades. Theres not much you can do with a totalitarian entitled class that ignore the democratic majority and call it democracy

Although to be completely fair it hasnt confiscated perceived wealth and closed the borders yet so its not entirely reached the extremes of going tin pot

Edited by georgia o'keeffe

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