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End of the Labour Party by Gollumit on 5 May 2007 8:01pm
 
At long last, the Labour party’s grip on Britain is unravelling before its eyes.

Tony Blair and his new Labour cronies have totally ruined this country and the day they get ousted from office by the Conservatives will be a very happy day indeed.
 
Re: End of the Labour Party by johnnythemonkey on 5 May 2007 11:17pm
 
Post edited for 2 reasons.
1)It was a pointless ramble about British politics.
2)So as not to encourage the little troll boy.

johnnytheeditman. ;)
 
Re: End of the Labour Party by kazzzz on 6 May 2007 7:03am
 
I saw Blair on the news earlier, was shocked, I haven't seen him for ages, he looks like he's aged 10 years.

Hope our PM takes note :) hopefully he will look just as awful in the coming months leading upto our election and his demise.
 
Re: End of the Labour Party by Spursfan on 6 May 2007 10:43am
 
"he looks like he's aged 10 years".

Since 'we' came into power, Kazzzz? That's because it IS 10 years ago !

hahahahahahah! ;-)

[Just to warn you the previous poster is a troll]
 
Re: End of the Labour Party by johnnythemonkey on 6 May 2007 11:12am
 
Who ? kazzzz ? me?
 
Re: End of the Labour Party by kazzzz on 6 May 2007 12:09pm
 
"Since 'we' came into power, Kazzzz? That's because it IS 10 years ago !"

I meant the last time I saw him in a media report, a few months ago. Obviously.
 
Re: End of the Labour Party by Ken Dunn on 6 May 2007 12:22pm
 
Yes, the SNP have the most seats in the Scottish Parliament and the Liberal Democrats have done well too. Both these parties are for the abolition of council tax which would have won them a lot of votes. Local income tax is a far better way for the government to collect the money it needs to run the country.
 
Re: End of the Labour Party by Gollumit on 6 May 2007 2:33pm
 
SNP are misguided at best
Lib Dems had 'a mixed bag' - which in politicians language means disapointing

Labour recieved a much deserved meltdown
 
Re: End of the Labour Party by Blairhoyle on 6 May 2007 2:42pm
 
if the SNP ever are successful in getting independance I will be leaving the country.

all the way through their campaign and not once did they mention how many defence jobs will be lost if the Union is ever split.

Scottish companies will move South for tax relief.

SNP have started discussion with the Democrats but the Democrats don't want independance and this may go against them.

Labour could team up with the Democrats and form the government, however, sadly Salmond is in charge.
 
Re: End of the Labour Party by johnnythemonkey on 6 May 2007 3:05pm
 
The most frightening thing about this joke of an election for this joke of a 'parliament' is that the balance of power could be held by the two 'Green' MSPs and the one independant [Margo Macdonald].
One of the 'Green' MSPs, Patrick Harvie, is described as a 'gay rights militant'. This is PC speak for sodomy promotion. He is a member of the Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association which claims 'gay children ' are at risk in Catholic schools. Gay children ? At risk of what ?
These people were elected on 'the list' system and represent no-one but now the minority of a minority can dictate policy.
I would say "England here I come" but they are in an even worse state, where almost every aspect of 'Englishness' or tradition has became crushed, in favour of 'multiculturism'. Londonistan indeed !
 
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