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Eddie legge

You know it makes sence

The weather could be bad tomorrow but there is a great opportunity to tell the Prime Minister the Government must change course. The best way of doing that is by voting Labour.

The Budget was a disaster for everyone except millionaires who got a tax cut of at least £40,000. The economy has double-dipped. Unemployment is rising, there are not anything like enough job vacancies, sky-high petrol and energy prices are making things even worse. And yet the Conservative-Liberal Government ploughs on regardless dropping clanger after clanger.

The only way to tell them they must change quickly is by getting out and voting even if it is raining.

Vote Labour tomorrow.
martyn142

Sounds almost as if it was written by someone else Eddie...  Rolling Eyes
Carolyn

During the last local election I happened to be passing a local pub when a Labour cavalcade came through the town loudspeaker blaring, honking horns, and waving their balloons out of the windows.

There were a group of people outside the pub and one person turned to another an asked "Who are that lot?" I said that is the local Labour Party another person asked Which one do we vote for around here? Which is ours?

Third person said "You vote for the one at the top of the list that's ours" Laughing  Laughing  Laughing
martyn142

Laughing
Eddie legge

Martyn 142 and Carolyn

How right you are Martyn and to Carolyn
We know that envy is a form of jealousy
Had god truly wanted us to vote for Independants and no party given candidates, he would not have created New Labour

Eddie Legge
Rocke

Show a bit of respect.

It's God.

Oh - and it does make 'sence'.
Labour's failed Education coming through yet again.
Rocke

Oh - and it's He.

Some countries and websites wouldn't be as forgiving as ours.
Rocke

Oh - and finally, how dare you bring Christianity into bolitics.
Eddie legge

It is ok for some

Cllr Rocke why did you not ask Carolyn  How dare you bring
Christianity into bolitics when she wrote on  Forum.  Dont you think if god had intended
for us to vote New Labour he would have provided some
suitable candidates
We usually dislike people who cheat, lie or rip us off
And that isnt all
Carolyn again, In the beginning God created War, Famine and Pestilence, Did he then create New Labour to ensure that we all
get our fair share
Cllr you did say that you would not reply to Eddie Legge again
Carolyn

Have I missed something Question How did God get into this discussion Question

Making no sense to me  Rolling Eyes
Eddie legge

Religion

Don.t you remember Carolyn
Bringing God into your Anti Labour
rantings
Eddie Legge
Ian

What make no sense is tha fact that he thinks that's his rantings on here will influence the way someboby votes Laughing
Rocke

Carolyn wrote:
Have I missed something Question How did God get into this discussion Question

Making no sense to me †Rolling Eyes


he ( as in Eddie Legge - I couldn't say 'He' because you might have thought I meant God ) referred to Christianity's supreme being without capitalisation, which is unacceptable and would possibly lead to a fatwa in countries of another religious persuasion.

I'm not sure why he brought you into it.

And you can tell him I wasn't engaging in conversation with him.
They were points of order.

I'm going to miss all this after Sunday !!

 Smile  Smile  Smile  Smile  Smile
Rocke

Ian wrote:
What make no sense is tha fact that he thinks that's his rantings on here will influence the way someboby votes Laughing


They probably have, but not as HQ intended Ian.
Eddie legge

Who knows

Cllr Rocke is going to miss all this after Sunday
Miss what may we ask

Eddie Legge
Carolyn

Carolyn wrote:
During the last local election I happened to be passing a local pub when a Labour cavalcade came through the town loudspeaker blaring, honking horns, and waving their balloons out of the windows.

There were a group of people outside the pub and one person turned to another an asked "Who are that lot?" I said that is the local Labour Party another person asked Which one do we vote for around here? Which is ours?

Third person said "You vote for the one at the top of the list that's ours" LaughingLaughingLaughing


I fail to see that the above is an anti labour rant! You are paranoid my friend. It is merely an amusing true observation of voting habits of some.  As for the other rant the only one I can think of with reference to God, again another true observation.
Carolyn

Just because people do not vote (Or ever voted) for your favoured political persuasion does not make them anti anything.

To be anti anything one must have very strong feelings against something or someone, total indifference is apathy or just not giving a sh*t.  (Possibly the reason people don't even bother to vote anymore)  If you always shopped at Adsa does that make you anti Tesco? If you assume that all ex miners do not vote Conservative, in my experience you would be very wrong.

Your continued paranoia is doing no favours for your chosen "Party" bullying, shaming, and demeaning people into submission does not work and is not the way to encourage anyone to vote for your chosen party either. Isn't that the reason we have a secret ballot?
Rocke

Carolyn wrote:
Just because people do not vote (Or ever voted) for your favoured political persuasion does not make them anti anything.

To be anti anything one must have very strong feelings against something or someone, total indifference is apathy or just not giving a sh*t. †(Possibly the reason people don't even bother to vote anymore) †If you always shopped at Adsa does that make you anti Tesco? If you assume that all ex miners do not vote Conservative, in my experience you would be very wrong.

Your continued paranoia is doing no favours for your chosen "Party" bullying, shaming, and demeaning people into submission does not work and is not the way to encourage anyone to vote for your chosen party either. Isn't that the reason we have a secret ballot?


My Mum's the widow of an ex-miner, and she's voted for a Tory - me, according to the claptrap being put out.
(Well, she said she has, anyway.....).
  Smile
Saeson

Returning to the original thread, may I be one of the first to say "oh dear".  Sad

Mind you, as Eddie (in all his guises) has shown it`s much easier to sit and throw stones from the outside. I guess I`m looking forward to the next four years.  Smile
martyn142

I look forward to a return to the Good Old Days we had when Labour was in power for decades. Laughing

The only really welcome bit of news is that the odious BNP did abysmally in Abertillery. I doubt Herr Hepworth will be here to comment on it as he was very clearly a BNP worker who had no connection to Abertillery at all.  Rolling Eyes
David

martyn142 wrote:
I look forward to a return to the Good Old Days we had when Labour was in power for decades. Laughing

The only really welcome bit of news is that the odious BNP did abysmally in Abertillery. I doubt Herr Hepworth will be here to comment on it as he was very clearly a BNP worker who had no connection to Abertillery at all. †Rolling Eyes


Would that be the days when you were a member of the labour party Martyn?
martyn142

Not sure what point you are making David, if you are indeed making one?

For clarification, I don't think the old days under Labour were good. That statement was sarcastic.

For further clarification, I joined the Labour Party and stayed within it for some time to get rid of the lazy, complacent, incompetent Labour politicians who represented us in Blaenau Gwent, County Hall and Westminster. We did to large extent. I then left the Labour Party when I discovered that the people we got to replace them were much the same.

Hope this helps.

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