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Notice from www news, that the three local Party Leaders on the Council, are to write a joint letter to local residents, telling them NOT to vote for the BNP. :shock: Who's paying for these "political" communications to be produced and distributed? :? Surely they are not using public monies to interfere with the normal democratic process of allowing the people to choose from a list of bona- fide candidates, which Party they believe is more representative of their views? :?:shock:

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I've no truck with the BNP, but that's pretty appaling behaviour whoever is paying.

 

Maybe we should just hand our polling cards over and let them fill them in?

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I don't need any party leader to tell me about the BNP, mine will be posted back to the Council without a stamp.

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Seems they havn't written to every "resident"; but rather every reader via a local newspaper - amd Gary's started a thread on the matter, so no need to duplicate here. :wink:

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He was elected under a PR system ( PR being a policy of the Lib Dems!) by 20% of the vote, and subsequently backed by a coalition of "Tories", against a background of economic collapse and national low self esteem, fostered by a liberal Weimar Republic. :roll:

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You did not answer my question, How many people voted for him as a protest vote, and later regretted it and died :wink:

 

Its a very risky stategy :!::!::!:

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Don't actually think many of the 20% votes were in fact "protest" votes: the way to control political extremes is 1) for main stream Parties to start listening to the concerns of people, rather than being locked into their ivory tower dogmas; and actually doing something to cure the problems. :roll: 2) Have a "written" constitution, with a two-third majority required to ammend it; with seperate executive, legislative and judicial branches of Government to provide checks and balances - alas, perhaps to revolutionary for our political elite. :roll:

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Don't actually think many of the 20% votes were in fact "protest" votes: the way to control political extremes is 1) for main stream Parties to start listening to the concerns of people, rather than being locked into their ivory tower dogmas; and actually doing something to cure the problems. :roll: 2) Have a "written" constitution, with a two-third majority required to ammend it; with seperate executive, legislative and judicial branches of Government to provide checks and balances - alas, perhaps to revolutionary for our political elite. :roll:

 

Check your medication obs, you are dreaming/hallucinating. :wink::lol:

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