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Big J R

THANKS GORDON............................

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Our illustrious PM and leader has come up with another vote winner !

 

He says that British subjects have the right to decide where they will die. (BBC lunch-time news.)

 

I'm opting for Barbados, but after a couple of years aclimatisation first !

 

Over to you, Unc !!!

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Originally Posted By: Big J R
Our illustrious PM and leader has come up with another vote winner !

He says that British subjects have the right to decide where they will die. (BBC lunch-time news.)

I'm opting for Barbados, but after a couple of years aclimatisation first !

Over to you, Unc !!!


I have lost the will to live or die BJR..I warned you all years ago about these shysters but was shouted down (not by you or pabird I may add)...now its coming home to roost and all I can say is that I chose my final resting place years ago and it won't be on these filthy beggar infested.. murderer ridden.. illegal immigrant saturated.. impotent policed.. politicians with snouts in troths whilst shagging the brains out of their secretarys and stealing from the tax payers with false expenses crime ridden shores....

so there..grin

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Originally Posted By: pabird
I am choosing a specialist home for over sexed men who have received the Queens letter of congratulations

Hahaha!! grin
That'll be the Carlton Club, then?

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rainham marsh.

But i do echo uncles sentiments.

Basically the last two or three governments have sent this country spiralling towards anarchy.

Bring back thatcher,whatever her faults,at least you felt safe on the streets and didn't feel as if you was being taken for a ride by the goverenment at every available opportunity.

And she was not a milk snatcher whatever people think,she actually voted for free milk to be kept for school kids,it was the rest of the government that voted for the free milk to be stopped

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Originally Posted By: Urchin Mentalist

Bring back thatcher,whatever her faults,at least you felt safe on the streets and didn't feel as if you was being taken for a ride by the goverenment


WHATEVER HER FAULTS? 15% interest rate included? Highest period of house repossessions ever? Highest level of unemployment ever?

Am no big fan of the current mob - but its amazing how quick people forget...

Its always the same - whatever party is in - after a few years they seem to get lazy, complacent and forget that they are supposed to represent the people - NOT THEMSELVES!

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And I thought the Labour Party was supposed to represent the 'working-man' !

 

How wrong can you be ?

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No such thing as 'the working man' anymore...

 

The dole-cheat, the sickness benefit scrounger, the illegal immigrant, the tax dodger, and the property developer are all thats left.

 

 

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pat man,do you not remember the labour government that thatcher and the tories took over from???

I think they done pretty well considering the legacy that was handed down to them from that fantastic labour government of the 70's

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When I meet my maker I want my ashes scattered across Glanford park . why waste money on a burial plot. cooked

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Originally Posted By: PatMan
Originally Posted By: Urchin Mentalist

Bring back thatcher,whatever her faults,at least you felt safe on the streets and didn't feel as if you was being taken for a ride by the goverenment


WHATEVER HER FAULTS? 15% interest rate included? Highest period of house repossessions ever? Highest level of unemployment ever?

Am no big fan of the current mob - but its amazing how quick people forget...

Its always the same - whatever party is in - after a few years they seem to get lazy, complacent and forget that they are supposed to represent the people - NOT THEMSELVES!


1997 and unemplyment was at 1.6m and the interest rate was at 2.6% at years end the treasury had

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I'd happily vote Tory, if I thought they would be any better, but on all the major policies, followed by Labour, the Tories have said they would have done the same.

 

In no particular order

 

(1) Going to war

(2) Health / Education

(3) Transport

 

In my opinion, it's time that we raised the price of fuel and looked into weening ourselves off the addiction to oil.

It's the long way, it's the painful way, but it's a sensible solution for the future of the country.

 

New Labour bottled it, sometime before the Iraq War, and never got their bollox back duck

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Greg

Under stand where you are attempting to level off the ground between Labour and Tory but it is Labour that have moved away from socialism and Labour that consistantly prove they cannot manage at the very top level

 

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Labour and Conservative have both moved to the middle

 

The Lib Dems are now the most Left Wing party !!!

 

It's becoming clear that when a major change happens (e.g. 1979 + 1997) the govt starts well, with new ideas, energy and ideals, then starts to think about re-election and start to water down their policies for the majority.

 

We need a revolution, and I think should invite Mugabe and his pals over here !!!

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Originally Posted By: Greg_Dyke
p.s. I would add that in 2009 the situation will be different, in that the incoming govt (which would seem to be wither Tory or SNP) have no fresh ideas whatsoever !)


And nothing in the kitty but bad debt to be getting on with

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1 Going to war? the Tory party voted for war on thr grounds of the straight Labour Government lie reference 48 hours WMDs etc and the corrupt nature of this particular Labour gang is seen when not a single resignation was offered up when the lie became apparent

 

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Originally Posted By: Greg_Dyke


It's becoming clear that when a major change happens (e.g. 1979 + 1997) the govt starts well, with new ideas, energy and ideals, then starts to think about re-election and start to water down their policies for the majority.



Wrong! In '79, the Torries took over a country that was in crisis. It took a while but they turned things around. thatcher lost the plot when Willie Whitelaw retired. He kept her in check. In '97, Labour took over a strong economy and have bolloxed things up. The main reason the Torries got voted out was sleaze. Personally, I don't give a s4it who shags who in Parliament, just as long as they are governing the country properly.

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Originally Posted By: Urchin Mentalist
so law and order is not as important as transport
taxation is not as important as transport
i know they are two things i am concerned about under labour more than poxy transport!


All depends on the indivdual, but for most people their perception of Law and Order is more important than transport.

GD

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Originally Posted By: pabird
1 Going to war? the Tory party voted for war on thr grounds of the straight Labour Government lie reference 48 hours WMDs etc and the corrupt nature of this particular Labour gang is seen when not a single resignation was offered up when the lie became apparent


The Conservative Party would have gone to war, just as the Labour Govt. did as allies to the US of A.

I cannot see how any sane person would form a different opinion.

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