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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Ric, 18 Apr 2017.
Why, he's a dreamer and a loser, why follow a dreamer and a loser.
For the first time in my life I will be voting Tory.
61% Conservative, 51% Liberal Democrat and 44% Labour
Trouble with that one is that there have been no manifestos so far, so nothing really to benchmark your views against other than historic positions that may have changed.
Corbyn all the way. A true leader who actually wants to do what is right - a very rare trait in politics. I ignore the bizarre mantras about 'poor leadership' and 'unelectable' etc because the opposite is blatantly the case. People have a terrible habit of repeating what others say - no matter how nonsensical - in an attempt to sound like they know what they're talking about.
I actually find it amazing that there could be one single person in our society who would want to vote Conservative; never mind vast swathes. It is literally akin to turkeys voting for Christmas, but they still do it.
Left Wing Authoritarian, Labour, Plaid Cyrmu, SNP. No changes there then.
Ah feck, @Magicpole will be pleased to know I got SNP 2nd top (level with Labour), only 1% behind tories.
Annoying tories came out top since it didn't question any of my gripes with them such as cuts. More of a post-BREXIT quiz that than anything. No UK unionist/devolution or cultural (e.g. celtic languages) questions either.
Results between 41%-54% across the board, which probably means I'd be arguing with everyone if i was an MP (sounds about right). Galloway/Huddersfield/Shropshire agrees with me most at 32%, MCR only at 19%. I'm moderately: unilateralist, collectivist and progressive. I'm moderately authoritarian (1/4 on the pic) and left centre.
I take from that, tory at this election is best for me to guide Brexit but gonna have to put up with more domestic politics injustice for it.
68% Lib Dem