- Dec 23, 2012
Another question, how will you handle Plaid Cymru and the Scottish National Party gaining seats?
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No, I drink like I vote. Early and often. And usually before handling heavy machinery and/or firearms.((Is EVERYONE in Paradox Forums a goddamn teetotaler?
Also, I like the idea of Tommy being the owner of the place, but maybe we can come up with something better than "Tommy's"? Hum-hum. I mean, the simplest road would be to name the place "The Westminster", but I think we should let the writer do his/her thing.))
Presenting the history of British elections, 1945-1969.
I especially like the pretty graphics you put into this one. Would you be willing to make another one at the end of the AAR? Either linking with this one or putting the entire period in a long line?I got bored and done a thingy!
They are just considered to either independents or affiliated to the Liberals, there was no adequate way I could think of for representing them (at least at the moment).Another question, how will you handle Plaid Cymru and the Scottish National Party gaining seats?
Eh, not a single British man should die for the jewish scum.And this new arab monster is most conserning, just wait and see. Soon they'll invade Israel and rest of the area. We need to stand together with the democracies in that region in solidarity against the totalitarian fascist UAR.
I didn't necessairly said we should fight them. Just to stand with the only democracy in that region against totalitarianism and fascism.Yes, then we can fight them. But I refuse to send a single man to Palestine.
Powell is influenced by Hayek. But it is better to have Monetarism than Keynesianism right? But I wouldn't mind having him as an economical advisor for our ministers.I don't get it, if a mine is making losses, why keep it operating?
Otherwise, I hope some party will soon abandon the fallacies of Keynesianism and monetarism. Can someone listen to Professor Hayek soon? (first British winner of Noble prize for economics afaik)