"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Thursday, 6 May 2010

Time To Vote

The polling booths are open; here's a reminder of what we're about to ditch:


"Think big, vote small"
and take a look at the following poster before you cast your vote. Which government has made signs like this possible?

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And then there's this - what the heck's going on?
Brown & Co are doing more experimenting on the British people, but this time it's with our voting system. Absobloodylutely unbelievable; somebody tell me I'm dreaming or that this is a spoof - please:



Nope - it isn't a spoof. They really are taking the p!ss now. Click here for the latest results from the world's first cross-border election, billed as "UK 2010". You can't tell me that the Lib/Lab/Con didn't know about this

4 comments:

  1. Good luck from New zealand.
    Anyone still undecided might want to consider the kiwi experience when we dumped our Liarbour government in November 2008.
    Confidence in government and the economy rocketed as a change of government was seen as a fresh start.
    This probably helped the recession becoming as deep as feared.
    Today, thanks to National, we now have tumbling unemployment.

    But if zanuLiarbore does get in with the help of the Lib Dems, we will have room for talented right wingers.
    But of Britain's best and brightest do leave Britain , will you have enough productive people left to pay for the welfare of the beneficieries?

    Perhaps those on the dole might find cameron in their best interests, if only to help ensure enough productive people to support the unproductive.

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  2. So some dippy voters in UK are allowing Afghanis to make their choice for them? What's the problem, I can't see any Torys or libetarians taking part.

    Thanks FAIRFACTS MEDIA for that from New Zealand, most encouraging.

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  3. So Bangladeshis, Ghanaians and Afghans want a U.K. leftist government....I wonder why?

    And Socialists now loathe themselves to the point that they're even willing to cast their votes on the political say so of third world peoples, who's main objective is to bring the west tumbling to the ground, after they've sampled our benefits system first of course....

    Says it all really. Socialism is a mental illness.

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  4. Thank you FM - there's just four and a half hours to go before the media start with their exit polls and speculative outcome coverage. As you probably know already our public sector outweighs the private sector and that's simply unsustainable - nice angle about voting for Cameron to make more tax-paying jobs to pay for the layabouts :-)

    Banned, I see a problem with it - it's billed as the world's first experiment. Britain has had enough socialist experimentation and this exercise in sponsored votes is ridiculous - it makes the whole democratic process into even more of a mockery than it is at the moment with our own postal voting fraud. "Votes without borders in a globalists' world".

    D&C - agreed.

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