|06-11-2004, 05:31 PM||#32|
Desperately needs a life
Join Date: Feb 2002
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Re: EU Elections - who's voted?
Sadly my son (now one month old!) has been getting constipated of late, so I have been rather busy trying to get him to relax, then with the aid of gripe water, we've had the exact oposite - the floodgates opened... So I've had no time to deal with politics and voting and such forth.
I would have voted UKIP for EU and Greens for local as the UKIP weren't running locally.
As for voting for the National Front... er... sorry BNP, I would say to Robert that you really need to start looking beyond the vaneer of any given party you plan on voting for, because despite what they say they are, the others here are correct in saying they are Rascist thugs, As I explained in an earlier post on another thread, the BNP are the National Front (a well known group of Neo-Nazis and white supremesists) rebranded. You scratch even slightly at their vaneer and all the old stuff quickly comes out.
Alan Fisher - the_leander
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