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The Labour cabinet was a tough one, Hazel Blears, Brown and Darling are all tempting, but I went for Blears in the end just because she is so utterly pointless.

Obivously it's gonna be Cameron for Tories and I chose him for party leader too, because having an uncharismatic idiot at No 10 makes people question Government more, wheras middle aged ladies will be throwing themselves at Cameron. I'm convinced he will be PM, but I don't like it.

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The Labour cabinet was a tough one, Hazel Blears, Brown and Darling are all tempting, but I went for Blears in the end just because she is so utterly pointless.

Obivously it's gonna be Cameron for Tories and I chose him for party leader too, because having an uncharismatic idiot at No 10 makes people question Government more, wheras middle aged ladies will be throwing themselves at Cameron. I'm convinced he will be PM, but I don't like it.

Ditto, except for party leader. After much deliberation I went with Brown because although I suspect Cameron will be useless, Brown has actually proved his incompetence.

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The Labour cabinet was a tough one, Hazel Blears, Brown and Darling are all tempting, but I went for Blears in the end just because she is so utterly pointless.

Pointless? Hadn't thought of that particular adjective in relation to Blears - incredibly irritating is the one that springs to mind.

But very frustrating poll, since I wanted to vote for 3, i.e. Gordon (mega-useless), Blears (mega-irritating) and Harperson (mega-pious and Head-Girl-ish - no need to ask whether she ever left her homework on the bus.)

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Pointless? Hadn't thought of that particular adjective in relation to Blears - incredibly irritating is the one that springs to mind.

But very frustrating poll, since I wanted to vote for 3, i.e. Gordon (mega-useless), Blears (mega-irritating) and Harperson (mega-pious and Head-Girl-ish - no need to ask whether she ever left her homework on the bus.)

Pointless because she runs the Department for Communities and Local Government. The very definition of a non-job.

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I would have voted but Gordon Brown (tough choice though) but I didn't know who any of the tories where except Osbourne, Cameron and Hague. William Hague is OK in my book and I prefer to refrain from forming an opinion before I have enough data to go on with regard to all the others.

I may still vote once I have figured out which tory to vote for.

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I went for Blears, but mainly because she always looks like she's lying.

Actually, she's not human, but a smiling, ginger android...and as far as I know her Sincerity Module has been faulty for some time now.

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The women are loathed as they have attained their position not through hard work but through their position as a dependant class. By the way, everybody`s doubtless been raging at GBs insulting statements this morning about not wasting food, have a look at his intake of food today:

http://www.order-order.com/

Thanks for giving me a good laugh! :lol::lol:

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The women are loathed as they have attained their position not through hard work but through their position as a dependant class. By the way, everybody`s doubtless been raging at GBs insulting statements this morning about not wasting food, have a look at his intake of food today:

http://www.order-order.com/

Dependent class (note spelling)? In your dreams. What century do you hail from? I do not like the Labour women, typical set of chippy working class upstarts, just like the labour men. However, they do not represent women in general, and women in general are thankfully no longer a dependent class. Wage discrimination is the last battleground and it is about to be won, thanks ironically to the efforts of Harriet Harman whom men seem to hate quite viscerally, probably becasue she is the only active feminist on the public stage.

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whom men seem to hate quite viscerally, probably becasue she is the only active feminist on the public stage.

Nah, it's just because she's a bloody awful person, does it really need any more explanation?

My vote was with Blears though, Brown at least manages to not resemble a high-falutin', over-promoted, "school mid-day meal attendant" *ahem* you know what I'm saying.... <_<

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