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- to win your vote? :? As the New Labour spin doctors burn the late night candles, brain storming to figure out which policies to ditch and what policies to announce, in an effort to win back public favour - what will work, or is it too late?! :roll::wink:

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Notice the Government are introducing their points system for non-EU immigrants, and estimate it could cut incoming numbers by 14% - Wow! :roll: Meanwhile, they're cracking down on firms who are employing illegal immigrants (an estimated number being over 500,000 - estimated, cos they havn't really got a clue). :roll: Of 56 illegals in a Restaurant that was raided, two were deported immediatley, then Liam Byrne (the Minister) starts twittering on about the cost of deportations - what's that all about? :? Simple - "Where do you come from son?" (or via an interpreter). "Oh right, well if you take a seat in that Police Van, they'll escort you to Gatwick, and put you on the next plane home" - SORTED. :roll: Is this too difficult for Brown and Co? :evil:

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Well of course it is too bloody easy for them. Nu Labour have to dress it up in spin, managers and paperwork before it is right to be unleashed. Thats why everything they do costs 5 times more than the original budgets....

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Fraid it's goes deeper and is now more ingrained than that Baz: we've had woolly headed liberals perculating throughout our governing systems for decades now, hence we're emeshed deeper into the EU, and the kind of human rights nonesense that they spew out - meaning for example, that a convicted Jordanian Terrorists, can't be deported back to Jordan, because Jordan allegedly tortures people! :roll: On that basis, it's no wonder Britains population is estimated to increase by 30% by 2050 - what a legacy. :roll::cry:

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"Beam me up Scottie" may be what Gordon is thinking at the moment, after his Scottish Leader has clearly dropped in it, with a pathetic and nonesensical demand for an early referendum on Independence - what for? :? Could it be that Alex Salmond is making such a good job at running Scotland, that the Scots may gradually warm to the idea of independence, so New Labour wan't to get in early to Scotch it?! :?:wink:

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The sad truth is that no matter what anyone in British Politics says, we are ruled by unelected bureaucrats in Brussels. Unfortunately the British media prefer to report who is doing what to who in Corrie or Eastbenders than what is happening in the real world. The only way we are going to get back to a British democracy is to dump the "European Ideal" (what a laugh) and become a proper country once again. I'm afraid that I'm not holding my breath because the docile electorate in this country cannot be bothered to get off their fat backsides so our so called politicians go through the motions, pay themselves whatever they fancy, and laugh all the way to the bank. Come on people, wake up and start asking what you want - freedom or slavery??? Rant over. Make up your own minds suckers. :roll::roll::roll:

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The sad truth is that no matter what anyone in British Politics says, we are ruled by unelected bureaucrats in Brussels. Unfortunately the British media prefer to report who is doing what to who in Corrie or Eastbenders than what is happening in the real world. The only way we are going to get back to a British democracy is to dump the "European Ideal" (what a laugh) and become a proper country once again. I'm afraid that I'm not holding my breath because the docile electorate in this country cannot be bothered to get off their fat backsides so our so called politicians go through the motions, pay themselves whatever they fancy, and laugh all the way to the bank. Come on people, wake up and start asking what you want - freedom or slavery??? Rant over. Make up your own minds suckers. :roll::roll::roll:

 

Most people live in a comfort zone in their own little bubble.They don't worry about the future, too busy spending in the present.

I totally agree with what you say.

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And just to round it off, Mutzy; the Labour parties last line of defence, puts his tuipence worth in and trys to say that everything is rosy in Nu Lab.....

 

Time to jump off before you get your feet wet methinks!!

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And just to round it off, Mutzy; the Labour parties last line of defence, puts his tuipence worth in and trys to say that everything is rosy in Nu Lab.....

 

Time to jump off before you get your feet wet methinks!!

 

err I think it's to say things are better than they were before they were elected to office.Which is all a government can promise :lol::lol: Of course, had the Tories won in 1997 and had a further 11 years in office that would have entailed the usual two Tory recessions per decade.

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That is your opinion Mutzy.... unfortunately for Nu Lab, there is only you and about 27 other people in the country who agree with you at the moment....

 

No, it's a statistical fact that under the Tories the economy was like a yo yo.Of course, at the moment the Tories have got it easy, they have no policies on the table so people have nothing to judge them on.That will change when they have to put their costings together, as it usually did with labour during 18 years of opposition.

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