- Nov 15, 2005
Awesome update. 3 Years tops.
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I would not quite say so, actually. When it comes to immediate post-election matters, perhaps. However, when it comes to reacting to things as they develop - and they tend to do so in unexpected ways over the course of the term - I imagine we shall see a significant difference between having an utterly reactionary/conservative complement to having a social-democratic/christian-democratic tandem in place.Given the DDP's offer of their having the cake and eating it, it doesn't look like it'd make the slightest difference whether or not FVP/SDP were in the government.
As to these proposals for changing the FVP party colour.. I could support this minimalist option as well, I suppose. Blue is a decent christian democratic colour. Much more pleasing - both to the eye and the heart - would be a clear, but rather deep shade of green, which is a good Christian colour as well.Three, actually.
Personally, I've always pictured the FVP as being Anarcho-Liberal Gold due to their ideology. Alternatively, if you want to stress the Christian Democratic history over the liberal history of the party, you could go with The CDU Backup Colour, Orange - though naturally the choice might not be terribly popular with some of the party's more Catholic members. Finally we have the minimalist option, inspired by the CSU -Azure which is pretty similar to what they have now, only much, much nicer IMO.
Though I support this sentiment, I myself have never really minded people voting the christian way, whatever their motives. How else shall we ever regain our absolute majority?We should keep the color, scare the liberals away.
Purple works well for the DNVP; we've used dark blues for other reactionary and conservative parties in the past, and this helps to distinguish the DNVP from them.It don't bother mine either. But when I think of it, the political landscape in the Reichstag look better if each party have their color mirroring their ideology. Like the communists, socialists and liberals. Then it would also look better with the DZP having a blue color and DVNP having a deep blue (possibly prussian blue ) color.
But that is just purealy aestethical.
Did anyone else notice that prosperity only began to form when the Radical Liberals and Christian Democrats of the FVP entered the government and the rightist parties left it? Coincidence? I think not.Good years, I for one welcome the return of peace and prosperity to our great nation, and Europe.
A moderate way to glory.