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    Who do you think are the best political party? Why?

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    [quote name='Sbfc' date='16 March 2010 - 07:59 AM' timestamp='1268726378' post='11374']



    Who do you think are the best political party? Why?



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    Neither. Canada ftw.

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    What? That response makes no sense at all, there are more then two political parties

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    Two that matter these days. I know of Democrat, republican, Green, Independent, Constitution, ect, but true or not; Government today is controlled by Democrat and Republican. Most other parties are minor and show NO form. To me, they are just words. I just associate Political Parties with the two major ones.







    Would you rather eat the $5 footlong







    or







    The unknown hooker from downtown?







    The way I see it, I choose the $5 footlong. Why? It's well known and much bigger than the hooker. As for not being/associating with any parties... well lets just say thanks to our so called "GRAND" health care, I have lost more than I can take.







    Canada = No obligations to join. Not one thing. Another reason I despise america. It is bent on last minute choices.

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    Personally to me no politcal party is the best party

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    [quote name='Chibi' date='20 March 2010 - 11:43 PM' timestamp='1269128602' post='11818']



    Two that matter these days. I know of Democrat, republican, Green, Independent, Constitution, ect, but true or not; Government today is controlled by Democrat and Republican. Most other parties are minor and show NO form. To me, they are just words. I just associate Political Parties with the two major ones.







    Would you rather eat the $5 footlong







    or







    The unknown hooker from downtown?







    The way I see it, I choose the $5 footlong. Why? It's well known and much bigger than the hooker. As for not being/associating with any parties... well lets just say thanks to our so called "GRAND" health care, I have lost more than I can take.







    Canada = No obligations to join. Not one thing. Another reason I despise america. It is bent on last minute choices.



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    I am not American... I'm British.

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    I am American...and I resent that....



    I would never post that I hated anyone.....very crass







    Anyway....neither major party in the USA today seems to be acting in the best interest of the "people"....they are too involved in "politics" and getting reelected.....



    They seem to have forgotten who they are supposed to work for.....







    Hopefully, next November we can fire a bunch of them....

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    well I am not voting for Labour because they are the ones to blame for the shit the country as a whole is in,



    I wont be voting for Conservative becuase David Cameron seems like a snotty nosed twat who is only intent on looking after the toffs







    I am voting for Lib Dems Nick Clegg and Vince Cable are the only politicians I have seen in a long time actually say some truth, plus a lot of their policies look promising







    and they are also supporting and in favour of safe standing in football stadiums which would see places like Old Trafford having a designated terraced area for the games would improve atmospheres and make games cheaper to attend for everyone. And before anyone says a return to terracing would only be trouble look how good the stadiums and fans are in Germany and how good the atmosphere's are.

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    [quote name='Strider' date='18 April 2010 - 02:37 PM' timestamp='1271597826' post='13717']



    well I am not voting for Labour because they are the ones to blame for the shit the country as a whole is in,



    I wont be voting for Conservative becuase David Cameron seems like a snotty nosed twat who is only intent on looking after the toffs







    I am voting for Lib Dems Nick Clegg and Vince Cable are the only politicians I have seen in a long time actually say some truth, plus a lot of their policies look promising







    and they are also supporting and in favour of safe standing in football stadiums which would see places like Old Trafford having a designated terraced area for the games would improve atmospheres and make games cheaper to attend for everyone. And before anyone says a return to terracing would only be trouble look how good the stadiums and fans are in Germany and how good the atmosphere's are.



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    Yeah I like the Lib Dems and they did very well in the debate on Thursday IMO. They said a lot of things I agree with and they come across very well.







    A couple of their policies I don't like is that they plan on raising the criminal age I think and they would give prisoners the vote though.

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