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Thread: OT - So did anyone bother to vote

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    OT - So did anyone bother to vote

    Apart from RA that is?

    As for me, no, and will not

    The Tories must be happy though, since a cold and rainy polling day usually favours them as it reduces turnout

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    Understand your frustration GP, but imo everyone should vote.
    Imagine what might happen if everyone as dissatisfied as you voted Green.

    Still four hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Parkstone View Post
    Apart from RA that is

    As for me, no, and will not

    The Tories must be happy though, since a cold and rainy polling day usually favours them as it reduces turnout
    No Geoff I didn't just couldn't bring myself to justify all the cons and lies we've been told

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    Absolutely, our local MP could stand outside the polling station holding up burning kittens whilst raping a 4 year old child (and I wouldn't put it passed him) and he'd still safely win his seat. I voted for him anyway 😊

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    It's 10-04, sorry RA, I couldn't be arsed to support any of the shower of ****e on display

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    Me neither, exit poll favouring a large Bowl majority. Mmmm we shall see!!
    20 on Corbynista, well that's another down the shute!!

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    Bowl should be Bojo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Parkstone View Post
    It's 10-04, sorry RA, I couldn't be arsed to support any of the shower of ****e on display
    Doesn’t look like it would have made a difference anyway does it? If there’s a recount in Blyth Valley then Labour are screwed.
    On the plus side it’s the end of Corbyn and the end of the Brexit Party.
    On the debit side it looks like five years of Johnson and the ERG, but the ‘people’ seem to want Brexit so we’ll just have to make the most of it.

    P.S. Tories take Blyth Valley...bloody hell...off to bed!

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    Interestingly a biggish tory majority may result in a softer Brexit as Bozza will not need to pander to the right of his party so much.

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    Well all the second referendum supporters, have their answer. Yep a peoples vote was run.
    ignore those 17.4 m people and treat them like fools, always meant you would get a backlash.

    This wasn't about who is right or wrong.
    You cannot offer a public vote and not implement it. ALL PARTIES PROMISED THEY WOULD.

    However, this will hopefully cause a major clear out in the Labour party. Corbyn and his muppets have to go.
    A change in direction needed and maybe we can have a credible party again.

    Hilarious points of the night?
    Swinson and Soubry. Absolute classic retribution.
    Ps, can we shift the **** in the hat now from outside parliament?

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