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damn, maybe next time

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BBC producer Will Walden said many of the journalists were asleep when the incident happened over London at about 1400 BST.

Asleep @ 1400? I thought that I took it easy.

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A poor joke in bad taste. Disliking someone's political views is one thing. Wishing that person ( who was fairly elected ) dead is something else. In any event the country almost certainly would not in your view have been "saved". The sympathy vote would have been huge and in any event it is the Party with the most votes that is elected. Gordon Brown or John Prescott ( Heaven forbid ) would have taken up the reins. kmj.

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Does it really matter. Whoever gets in, is only in politics to line their pockets, and set themselves up when they retire. The common people are not even on the agenda of the politicians, true the conservatives virtually destroyed the NHS, but he has had 8 years to get it back on track. What concerns me is the health service, employment and retirement. Using the war on iraq for mud slinging, is not the way to go, the only reason this is being used, is because it deflects question away from their policies.

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Bugger.

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or John Prescott ( Heaven forbid ) would have taken up the reins. kmj.


Surely an excellent reason not to vote Labour? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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I would vote labour, but I like to be told if I am going to pay more for the things that concern me, and not be told that funds will be found from existing sources, and then to be shafted by the excheqer in november.

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I would vote labour, but I like to be told if I am going to pay more for the things that concern me


Interesting, given that a certain 'looking after number one' Thatcherite standpoint is being offered here.




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