- Sep 8, 2013
Why not the conservatives and the communists then? They are the radicals.An Election in 1963 and one in 1964?
One more government like the previous one and I wager me and Caesaropope dom Contravarius will have succeeded!
Everyon! Vote for the Conservatives and the Liberals! Make thins as non - radical as possible!
And I am not glad to see liberalism jumping into bed with socialism for power. If only the Liberal party became Radical Centrist. That is more free market orientated, and for further social and political freedoms like revising the whole upper house charade. But alas, they have become conservative and pro status quo and are having coitus with the socialists. What to do?I am glad to see the Lib-Lab pact that has emerged, and look forward to what will hopefully be a prosperous election for both parties. My vote will once again go to the Liberal Party – whom I can now fully support having seen the motion on PR defeated.
Now now. At least you are supporting increased free trade with Europe and greater liberties to individual women.sigh...
The Tories are not for really free markets, nor they do fully support freedom of the individual.
Is there any really pro-immigration party? Classical liberal party that supports free trade and free markets?
Liberty of the individual?
I cannot support Powell.
I have always voted for the smallest evil.
How the parties might change their policies in the future is yet unknown, but as it is I must cast my vote in a way that causes the least loss of utility to myself, choosing the least disgusting choice from the said sad list represented above;
I vote for the Liberals
*cries in the corner*
With the Labour party it is quite bad over hereThere there. It's not so bad over here...
I will admit, I did see this coming.
((I have to agree with you there. But it make it all the more exciting! ))Well, LibLab electoral pact basically means Liberal victory, so this time I will wait and see how the situation will develop. I'm actually thinking about voting for Labour this time.
Seriously though, Tommy, why have you decided to give Liberals electoral pact with Labour? Conservative Party was never able to win the elections on their own - merger with NatLibs could give Tories a chance to achieve majority at least once. I would be perfectly OK with electoral pact in the next elections as a result of Tory victory (which even with the merger would be hard), but such thing now is just trolling the conservative supporters. Shame on you, sir.
Ah who to vote for? Both the Conservatives and the Liberals might increase state control. But as it currently stand the Liberals are not so paternalistic and patriarchal - and the socialist movement don't seem that bad. What are the difference between Liberal and Labour economy? Both want status quo with neither privatization or nationalization, but that Labour may want to Natinalize key industries?
Ah, maybe I should vote for the Stalinist commies to further weaken and alienate the left. At least I am in West Derby and could easiley make that platform