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  • Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election
    Sector Policy Conservative Welfare and Pensions Policy Conservative Women Policy Please use the comment form below to describe why you will or will not be voting Conservative at the 2010 General Election 6 responses to Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Previous 1 3 4 5 daisy I HATE CONSERVITIVES Comment on Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election ARE YOU PEOPLE idots conservitives are everything WRONG there going to raise taxes cut the dole cut ema put kids in school on saturdays and make sure your children dont have a free education you stupid people i hate david camaron gordon brown is only doing right and david camaron is just making everything else worse and you dont see that gordon browns getting us through everything and that poor excuse for an MP is making everything worse and this is coming from a 12 year old plus you people are sick puting a secret mic on gordon brown and hes wright about what he said about the woman face it get over it gordon brown should not worrie at all becuse when conseveritves win the elcetion and everybody in england is crying for gordon brown to come back i hope he dosent cause theen its your own fault hes promiseing you everything you want but hes not gonna give you it when gordon brown is GORDON BROWN FOR THE WIN Reply to Comment Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election ian Comment on Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Modern conservatism is thatcherism by the back door don t be fooled unless you have a moat Reply to Comment Sally Moore Comment on Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election We have a boom and bust economy During a boom the government put away a government surplus to balance when the recession hits LABOUR SPENT MORE IN A BOOM a deficit during a boom short termist thinking they are like a 16 year old with a credit card Elementary economics Vote conservative to prevent the UK becoming an almost 3rd world country Reply to Comment ian Comment on Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election I think we should all follow the Tory mantra the only people in this country that matter to them are the buisness men everybody else is either thick and needs to be exploited or a benefit scrounger we should all therefore open a buisness then we can have 35 million managing directors sat in ivory towers scanning the horizon waiting for a worker to turn up Reply to Comment thetellurian Comment on Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Conservatives understand that businesses generate jobs and stimulate the economy http www thetellurian com node 80 Reply to Comment Joe Comment on Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Traditionally the Conservatives are the party of law and order so they cannot condone law breaking in any form Whatever the crime men convicted of criminal offences are men who chose to break the law

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  • UK General Election Hung Parliament
    not listed and more coming you might have nothing to fear today but you NOW cannot hide from any future evil gourvernment that might come into power thank you to your Labour Lord and Order And another thing how can a Prime Minister decide to stay in power without the willing of his people Please don t tell me is that because you are voting for a gouvernment instead of a PM English worker pay pretty much the same tax as the french but what have you got to show for NHS Public Transport rip off and not Public no more Retirment allowance job seekers allowance Maternity leave Paternity leave lol I can go on and on Where is YOUR MONEY GOING sorry I know this is all negatif and France is FARE from perfect just the french alone but these are facts one word R E V O L U T I O N lol Reply to Comment UK General Election Hung Parliament Natthekatt Comment on UK General Election Hung Parliament Absolutely agree with everything expressed above I am just sorry that many of my fellow countrymen are not so willing to read behind the lines remove their Labour coloured blinkers It is a sorry affair when someone not originally from this country no offence intended takes the time to stop and look think about the mess that is our ruling government and its hilarious policies And is an even greater shame that you Chris are not going to vote A few more citizens with the same attitude as you may go a rather long way Thankyou for your interesting opinion Reply to Comment UK General Election Hung Parliament Steve Comment on UK General Election Hung Parliament Tories have posters all over the country stating that the Labour government has increased the gap between the rich and the poor In the 80 s my father had an accident at work that left him in a wheelchair At the time my mother was a housewife looking after 4 children under 10 Neither had any qualifications they were unemployable Tories gave our family a pittance each week to survive on When labour were voted in they supported my mother through a social work degree by giving her a student loan despite the fact she was a mature student with no previous qualifications Three motnhs after she graduated she got a job with the local council and has been there ever since paying back her debt Labour have very good to our family Reply to Comment UK General Election Hung Parliament hgh Comment on UK General Election Hung Parliament From the Labour party manifesto they have a policy to bring in ID cards The new biometric ID scheme which already covers foreign nationals will be offered to an increasing number Reasons to Vote Liberal Democrat 2010 General ElectionThe Liberal Democrats often shortened to Lib Dems are a centrist political party in the United Kingdom formed in 1988 by a merger of the

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  • UK General Election Hung Parliament
    job and lets hope it doesn t throw us into a double dip recession and effects our house prices and investments pensions etc David Reply to Comment UK General Election Hung Parliament Adrian Comment on UK General Election Hung Parliament Seeing myself as one who doesn t follow politics too much I d like to say thanks I ll vote Lib Dem Reply to Comment Peachy Keen Comment on UK General Election Hung Parliament Deepening recession This projection from the OECD doesn t really match what you re saying forecasts today from the Organisation for Economic Co operation and Development sees UK growth picking up to 3 1 outpacing the United States and all other countries in the G7 group of large economies apart from Canada Reply to Comment Khalid Comment on UK General Election Hung Parliament Tories are blaming Brown for the recession but isn t the whole World in economic crisis British Politics is a whole load of guff no transparancy and gross generalizations at the end of the day no one really knows the party intentions appart from that of their socio political allignements and for which case I feel none of which represement me so I therefore choose not to vote what so ever so there and thats my protest vote So stick that in your boombox Reply to Comment UK General Election Hung Parliament David Smith Comment on UK General Election Hung Parliament Absolutely right on I can not imagine another 4 term with Brown He is desperate to say anything now to side with LiDem but Clegg has rightly shut his gop by effectively calling him a liar Brown will only look more and more rediculous in the next two TV debate The fact that he agreed to a live debate has to be the most stupid decision Why would he be subjected to defending Labour 12 years records in parliament This can only be stupid judgement or desperation David Reply to Comment UK General Election Hung Parliament allan Comment on UK General Election Hung Parliament I frankly dont care as long as gb isnt pm thats all am bothered about gb thinks new deal creates jobs it does not all it has done is allow employers to use the unemployed as cheap labour especially fife council i did two new deal work placements with them both ending with no job offer further to this i applied for 45 job vacancies with fife council and didnt get one of them possibly due to the fact i put new deal down on the application forms after this i removed new deal from my cv and out of 10 jobs applied for got 4 interviews strange dont you think that ommitting new deal got me an interview yet if it was on my cv my application was rejected hope gb has a removal firm on standby come the general election i for one wont be voting even if it was compulsory i still would not vote

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  • UK General Election Hung Parliament
    politics is clouded by a poor understanding of both especially political history and economics thanks to a wanting academic curriculum virtually no understanding of governance domestic or foreign a fiscally driven media more interested in sensation and gloss than substance and the remnants of a class system that still fuels conservative not party political dogma Some of the above also applies in the US although I suggest and the UK media should listen any comparisons between the two polities shows more about the lack of sagacity and understanding of the observer than anything else Any apolitical analysis of politics in the UK since the World War two suggests that the most important ingredient for change which is by no means a new mantra is strong leadership and governance regardless of ideology Advances for both social welfare and free market best practice have been made by strong administrations on both sides of the coin and of late there has been more and more consensus as both parties lurch toward the centre Tony Blair called it the third way and on this platform Cameron without Reality TV potential PM Debate would have prior to the recent economic slump been the natural successor to Blair my blog on this was used by the Times front page promoting their website following Blair s resignation Nick Clegg for all his populist new found appeal worrying how ill informed the British public were of current Liberal politics and their personalities prior to a political X factor is a lightweight and without the strap line that the Liberals are the natural party of the centre consensus politics and youth on his side would be floundering like his predecessors A far more telling version of the strengths and weaknesses of Clegg could be seen when he was interviewed by Paxman especially when compared to Cameron This election is basically about the direction to take following the failure for the US to remember that Adam Smith never ruled out interventionist politics indeed those keen readers of his works will know he was very worried about the effects of greed on his free market philosophy Ironically at this election for the first time for years there is a political choice for specific immediate change between on the one hand perceived fiscal stability Labour strong Keynesian as stimulus appears to be slowly working and on the other an attempt Conservative not eliminating Keynes by any means to change gear by revitalising the private sector and begin dealing with a tax timebomb that many apparently don t or don t want to see Against that a hung parliament given the real choice that exists will be an anticlimax bringing in pragmatic terms business as usual That said the scenario that might well then transpire is the Hung Parliament will introduce a Brown Clegg pact however economics will be entrusted in Labour ranks as well as anything of real substance Cameron will meanwhile benefit by the gradual reality dawning on the voters that

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  • Do you know if just one of the parties would have the
    A LEAF OUT OF THE BOOK OF THE USA where you DONT GET PAID TO BE OUT OF WORK to the extent that you DONT NEED to go out to work You DONT get money you get FOOD COUPONS What a Better world it would be IF one of these 3 parties could put into practice what they knew would get our country out of the Financial Mess we are now in It will only Get Worse with a HUNG Parliament and lets be honest the main reason that Labour is the most popular is solely because they help people who dont WANT to help themselves for the most part More Comments by Maralyn Smith UK General Election Hung Parliament I agree with you it is not ALL about the Benefits I agree with you also when you say quote The issue should never be the benefits but a vicious cycle of a damaged public sense of right and wrong However regardless Continue Reading UK General Election Hung Parliament 2010 General Election Results MY MOAN It s about time that we STOPPED giving money away to whatever person decides that it is not worth while working and we have plenty of those people about Its about time We STOPPED paying people to have babies Continue Reading General Election Results 2010 General Election Results I am going to vote for Conservatives whilst some of his manifesto is rather extreeme I think it is going to take some extreeme measures to even attempt to bring the country back into some sort of order Having Continue Reading General Election Results Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting article on the BBC website http news bbc co

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  • There is a HUGE misconception on how much people actually recieve on
    got pregnant had no place to stay and had not choice but to turn to the council I first lived in a hostel then was moved to tempory accomidation on one of the worst estates in my area full of gangs and drugs and finally was moved to my permenant place where I am very happy now I was in the benefits office every single week trying to sort out my benfits having the local council leave you with NO money until you find all the documents they require having the staff treat you as if your a criminal I got myself into it so I am not complaining I am writing this to make the point that it is NOT easy at all to have a baby with no money no family support and no home Some girls are stupid enough to have babies purly for a home and money but then they are in for a rude awakening It does become easier and once you have a place and your benefits are coming in every week because then you do not have to work as they won t take those benefits away However can you have buy a car go on holiday buy nice clothes go out to a nice resterans The simple answer is no You have enough money to get by and live half the normal life others do I m now a student and have more money living off student loans then I did on benefits I have studied the benfits system inside and out and there are many reasons why people are not working one huge factor is that rents are just way too high for people on low income jobs to afford another is the moral and self confidence in people from bad

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  • Our country is not in a state because of government benefits, and
    we could consider modern council estates Parents on those estates began to loose interest in their children which lead to unruly and socialy undesirable behaviour This attitude was passed to their children and then their childrens children It is no wonder we have ferral gangs when the morality of the country has been in decline for decades More Comments by Iain Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election It seems to me that almost everyone here with the few that have bothered to do some research have just fallen for a Sun fuelled media frenzy How wreckless are you to let tabloid media play a major part in your Continue Reading Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting article on the BBC website http news bbc co uk 1 hi programmes the daily politics 7949104 stm from the Political Parties Video Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election Election 2010 Conservative Petitions and Banning Fox Hunting UK General Election Hung Parliament Should the Government Ban the Islam4UK

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  • I agree with you it is not ALL about the Benefits I
    they do You appear to blame the 1970 s I was a young woman then who had a young child a husband that had never been out of work since he was 15 who worked for British Steel he lost his job we owned our own home then but lost the house was no help those days We had no place to live but I was unable to qualify for a council house just because I had a Mum and Dad who had a spare room If parents were made to take more responsibilty for thier children maybe there would not be so many daughters that had children which they were unable to afford or be in a position to keep if just that changed imagine how much money the country would SAVE Hope that makes you think I am not an idiot I am just trying to say that yes people who want to work and make every effort to find work should get help but the ones that WONT work should lose benefits and be forced into working at whatever job was made available to them that is all i am saying More Comments by Maralyn Smith 2010 General Election Results MY MOAN It s about time that we STOPPED giving money away to whatever person decides that it is not worth while working and we have plenty of those people about Its about time We STOPPED paying people to have babies Continue Reading General Election Results 2010 General Election Results I am going to vote for Conservatives whilst some of his manifesto is rather extreeme I think it is going to take some extreeme measures to even attempt to bring the country back into some sort of order Having Continue Reading General Election Results UK General Election

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