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So if a referendum would be too expensive, why wouldn't elections to a House of Lords be too expensive. Hypocrite! Stop trying to force a change no one wants on a subject no one cares about which will damage our constitution. p.s. It was NOT in the Conservative manifesto.
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So, how can my LOCAL council do anything about the NATIONAL health service? And, what have Labour promised for the NHS? Oh yes, to CUT it! Could it be that Labour make a huge mess of running local councils and have nothing positive to say about them so have to resort to scaremongering about national issues?
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Cough, cash for honours Cough, communications allowance Cough, public sector non jobs in Labour areas Cough, unchecked immigration to build their vote base Cough, Mandelson running around marginal seats writing bad cheques before the election Cough, Damien McBride Cough, the unions and the opt out funding You were saying Wallace?
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As the previous poster said, we already pay. Slash government spending and taxes and we'll be much better off.
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Yes, I am a Conservative. If he allows a small minority of people to do something that has no effect on others or of he doesn't, I will support him. Unlike you, I do not obcess about gay people.
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Well given that we are doing unthinkably well in the polls and Cameron is polling 16% ahead of the Party it seems that I am far more in touch with Conservative voters than you. And according to the Conhome polls it would seem I am more in touch with grassroots members as well.
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Actually the majority of the country support gay marriage according to every poll taken. This might be because they realise it will have no effect whatsoever on everyone else.
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Jesus, are any of you lot actually Conservative? Sweet Lord, we are in the high 30s in the polls during government and Cameron is polling far higher than the Party. And to hear you lot, this man is the Anti-Christ. God unless he come out and says we are going to burn gays at the stake it seems you won't be happy. I don't agree with everything Cameron does but I am happy with how we are doing. If you just want reactionary, self-indulgent, right wing gay-bashing, might I suggest UKIP or emigrating and joining the US Republicans? Either way, I doubt the Party will miss you.
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Oh will the Labour Party grow a sense of humour already. I thought that was actually quite funny, like most of the Downfall spoofs I have seen.
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Would would that be the economic plan that even most Labour voters support? Notice how Milliband's 'supporters' don't even show much enthusiasm.
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-16157313 Another one for leftwatch. Red Ken needs to be slammed for these pie-in-the-sky, unfunded ideas.
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I think Sarkozy Bonaparte and Adolf Merkel's sulky tantrum like behaviour shows that it was indeed Cameron's veto that threw a spanner in the ''get Britain's finanical service sector and money'' works.
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The whole Party from Michael Hesaltine to Bill Cash are united in praising Cameron's approach. Doesn't sound like a divided party to me.
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We need more than the 81 to rebel on this. We need every back bencher to rebel to show Cameron how disappointed they are that his 'promise' of repatriation as a condition to agreeing a treaty change has been broken. And I am no swivel-eyed Euro-sceptic nutter. In fact I used to be the one mocking the Carswells and IDS of this world as I cheered on Clarke and Hezza. Now fully fledged BOO and Cameron's words above are the reason why; because repatriation, referendum locks and the like are jam tomorrow and platitudes. Seriously disillusioned. p.s. No I don't want to join UKIP
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So how has our influence helped us with the ever increasing budget? With the common fisheries policy? With the proposed Tobin Tax? With the whole raft of job destroying regulation? If we pull out of the EU we have just about the same we have over EU law right now.....none! BOO - much cheaper and less ruinous!
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The only thing in tatters is Ed Balls' credibility...if he ever had any. He spent months saying how we would go into a double dip recession and then criticised the country for low growth (not double dip recession!). He rubbished Alistair Darling's plan to halve the deficit in four years and would keep borrowing recklessly and then criticised Osbourne for borrowing more than he had planned (but will still be less then Balls' kamikaze plan). If Balls gets his hands on the British economy again, I will have to emigrate. I cannot have my children grow up in a country run by such a reckless idiot.
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So typical of Cameron's approach. There are some fabulous women MPs (some of the most able I have met have been women and we must never forget Mrs Thatcher) but this drive to kick off lots of men and bring in lots of women for some tick box equality is wrong. And as Tim never tires of pointing out, where is the similar drive for Northern candidates, working class candidates etc? We are seen as a party as being too Southern t'up North and a few good Yorkshire folk would help. Look at ur lone success on Merseyside (Wirral West) where a Scouser in Esther McVey bucked in the trend in that part of the world and won a seat off Labour. p.s. How ironic that the Party pushed so hard for a nice Asian girl like Priti Patel to be a Cameron cutie only to find out that she is a right wing rebel with an independent mind and a good seat. Loving it!
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This is bad news indeed. If Milli E fails to impress at PMQs then his party may be prepared to ditch him. Come on DC, take it down a gear, let him land a few token jabs to keep the socialists happy and Milliband in place. You were far too dominant today. Must save your strength for a knockout in 2015.
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When people ask if I am Thatcherite, a Cameroon etc I tell them I am a Hannanite Tory. Please quit your MEP job, become and MP and stand for leader, the country needs you.
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