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Will the E's make the Town look stupid on Sat or Not?

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Yep! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> I'm not sure which is which though........

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Lib-Dems:Left-wing in vertually all policies.Labour who policies seem to evenly sopilt between left-wing and right-wing.Plus,currently the least right-wing Tory party in history.

What are you talking about, man? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />

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Im with the invisible on this one. wishy washy liberals. A labour party more right wing then Ted Heaths government and the Tories waiting as ever to look after the top 10% and put 3 million on the dole. They are all as bad as one another. All politicians are careerists. Voting 4 wotever will keep them at parliament.

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THM.Accept the fact that the British general public do not want a fundermentalist Left-wing government.Only a small majority of the British public are hardline Left-wingers,and for all your criticism of New Labour.They created a party that the public considered electable.So you've got a heavily watered down Labour party.That was the only sort of Labour party that modern Britain was/is willing to accept.You say that New Labour a right-wing???Well apart from the Iraq issue,it is the parts of their policies that remain Left-wing that still infuruate and disillution the british Public the most.The vast tax collection, bueracracy and waste.The vast amounts of money spend on Health and education without seeing improvements.The choas and breakdown of immigration.Crime out of control.Violent crime and anti social behaviour soaring on a monthly basis.And even when labour do try to improve things they are stopped in their tracks by the 'Guardianista' in the judicial system and in the European courts.

Only this week.The high court ruled that standard ABSO's could be illegal (result,a lot less abso's issued from now on. Result, crime and anti-social behaviour increases). Only this week the courts ruled that it was illegal to clamp down on bogus marriages in order to obtain citizenschip because it discriminates against foriegn nationals who have been in the country under six months and apply to marry. (yes, thats right,the very people who are taking part in the bosus marriages) <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/crazy.gif" alt="" />.This year the government managed to cut bogus marriages by 70%.From now on they will be powerless to stop them again.You could'nt make it up. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/mad.gif" alt="" />

Look.lets be clear.I'm a socialist at heart,but not of the head.Socialism and communism only work if 'everyone is in on the deal'.Otherwise the good intentions of socialism will always be taken advantage of and abused.In wanting to create a fair and just world for the ordinary citizen, you are creating the very policies and enviroment whereby criminals,terrorists, nonces, and all other forms of other assorted low-life can take advantage of and prey on the 'ordinary citizen'.

I believe that the human rights of the majority should always take advantage over the individuals rights of the individuals that seek prey on them.If that makes me right-wing in your eyes,so be it.

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Ban political parties. Let individuals stand as MPs and vote individually on issues in the Commons.

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Yes, Happy, I've always thought that.

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Wasn't being critical of your policitics LS. Just stating that all our politicians are careerist. All they care about is their vast salary and pensions.

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New Labour have massivelly increased spending on health and education and brought in things like the Educational Maintenance allowance,the Minimum Wage and Minimum Income Guarantee,Working Family Tax Credits and won 3 elections in a row.
Old Labour managed to lose election after election,when they got into power they usually spent all the money in the first couple of years and made a right hash of things.
Personally id rather have a Labour Party that won elections and made positive changes than a load old radical rhetoric that ends up with nothing changing.

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Old labour only lost because of the novelty of a woman PM all females voted for Mrs T And then the Falkland Islands and how the Argie's went about reclaiming them by force,And Old mother thatcher only kept office because of that and Michael Foot was past his sell by date . Otherwise we would still have the values of old labour in office now. We was unlucky thats all.

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Old Labour were good at promising lots and delivering little. A bit like appointing a Chairman to your club who gets everyone excited by talking about being in the league in 5 years and then you end up exactly in the same place.
New labour are hardly perfect but they are better than that..Look at how they have massivelly increased spending on the NHS an extra 77,000 nurses etc and how much mre they are spending on education.

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Old labour would have delivered a bright future for us all ,but circumstances just went against O/L
As for our former chairman I think your in error there old son.....Wasn't he OUR/YOUR/Everyone's chairman back then ....Typical cliquey post ....alway's trying to pass the buck. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/mad.gif" alt="" />

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You're right.He was the chairman of ALL of us.We voted as a collective to break away from him and his systmatic dismantaling of the club.You chose to stay with him.

Don't forget.It was only the stripping of all his revenue, by us walking away from his club,that eventually forced him to leave.

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why do you keep saying the same old things over and over again ,I got the gist of it the first time you said it many months back. You need to change the record old son and get a new hobby .I frequent a S*x shop in camden and they've got a good discount on blow up dolls on offer at the moment ,Do you want me to fetch you one over tomorrow?

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I think that he would only let her down!!!

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With the E's playing the Town scum on saturday, could the E's possibly do them or not?! What do you think?

ANSWER YES

what all this rubbish about politics
you lot really do go off subject when
you dont want to face reality

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There is always a chance if Town pack up and go home early like last Saturday against Rothwell. But let's be honest if Town play to our full potential we will be too strong for you!

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haha

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Seems to me its all about how EFC play. I sense the last few performances haven't been as good as of late. Its in their hands.

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It sure is

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There is always a chance if Town pack up and go home early like last Saturday against Rothwell. But let's be honest if Town play to our full potential we will be too strong for you!
Predictions arent your strong point are they mate. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/crazy.gif" alt="" />




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