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Thread: Voting

  1. #41

    Re: Voting

    Quote Originally Posted by TISS View Post
    17 of the 25 points in the nazi party program can be considered socialist in nature
    I was referring to things they actually did whilst in power.

    I suppose nothing has changed. Parties still don't stick to their manifesto!!

  2. #42

    Re: Voting

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Cartman View Post
    I was referring to things they actually did whilst in power.

    I suppose nothing has changed. Parties still don't stick to their manifesto!!

  3. #43

    Re: Why is it ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ninianclark View Post
    Why is it that certain people from some political backgrounds can never accept that people can vote for who they want ?

    Why is it that if you vote for someone else other than Labour people here deem it fit to call you a xxxx ?

    Why is that people people from certain political backgrounds believe their way is the only way ?

    Everyone thinks 'their' politics is the 'right' politics - I understand that - but please bear in mind - others can and often do disagree with your politics - that needs to embraced not shouted down just because you happen to disagree.

    Whoever wins the election - accept it - move on. Dont fall out with people over it. And if you really really dis like the political direction that much - either stand for election yourself at the next available opportunity or move to a country that fits your political / life style aspirations.
    Its a democracy I struggle to understand that if your area , family have voted for one particular party its only right to do that , particular Labour as its core votes and ethos was born out of injustice and poor workers rights , I think all modern parties have a better social viewpoint now ,its how far left or right you want to take it , pre Brexit government has been very centralist almost Blair like,Europe ,Brexit and immigration has created a right of center thrust, most in the labour heartlands,whcih begs the question as the current Labour party are of a very different view to UKIP , the burning question ,where will the Labour Brexit voters stick their cross if its not UKIP .

  4. #44

    Re: Voting

    Quote Originally Posted by ninianclark View Post
    Eric - well it may do to you - that is your opinion - you are entitled to it. I accept whatever the result of the vote is - whether or not I voted for it. Some it seems cant handle that scenario.
    No that isn't what I am referring to. Don't judge everybody from 'certain political backgrounds' based on one comment from one person else you are doing exactly what you criticise.

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