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  3. birdbath says:19/12/2013 02:07 AM
    Yuk! I'd rather join the Cistercians. I bet Esther Rantzen is disgusted that the woman was once a social campaigner on one of her progs.

  4. Sefton1983 says:19/12/2013 08:47 AM
    The are 2 types of people that vote conservative.

    1) The rich

    2) The deluded

    Lib Dem voters usually have sore bottoms from all the sitting on the fence.

    VOTE LABOUR lol

  5. Submariner says:19/12/2013 10:34 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Sefton1983 View Post
    The are 2 types of people that vote conservative.

    1) The rich

    2) The deluded
    That's a bit of a rash presumption. I, and many of my friends, vote Conservative and we are predominantly working class, of moderate means and well educated.

    As for voting Labour, your lot presided over Britain's worst recession for over 100 years, resulting in a loss of £3,000 for every household. Not exactly an impressive record, and doesn't bode well for our future, should the comical Mr Balls ever take the helm of the economy.

  6. Sefton1983 says:19/12/2013 11:56 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Submariner View Post
    That's a bit of a rash presumption. I, and many of my friends, vote Conservative and we are predominantly working class, of moderate means and well educated.

    As for voting Labour, your lot presided over Britain's worst recession for over 100 years, resulting in a loss of £3,000 for every household. Not exactly an impressive record, and doesn't bode well for our future, should the comical Mr Balls ever take the helm of the economy.
    The is one point I agree with, Mr Balls is inadiquite but the recession started in America selling bad loans. Now last time I checked labour didn't sell loans in America or elsewhere!
    But your lot have borrowed more in just over 3 years than labour did in 13 years cleaning up your mess from the 80's

    A vote for conservative is a vote for destruction for the north of England and even though southport has south in it does not make us safe.

    One last point southport would not be in Sefton merseyside if it wasn't for the conservatives.

  7. toucheturtle says:19/12/2013 01:12 PM
    I wouldn't call a low wage, low employment rights and low hours economy a particular success that is unless you are a low social responsibility, off shore tax haven registered employer. That's if you bother to give them an employment contract, you could require them to be self employed and then not bother to give them holidays, sick pay or pension rights and only pay them when you want them.

    Still you cant beat a flexible employment market especially if the tax payer subsidises low pay employers. What kind of society has 6 million working people living in poverty-the sixth richest economy in the world.

  8. AN Other says:19/12/2013 01:58 PM
    I enjoy a good debate but I can't decide between these pair who has the best policies


  9. sherlock says:19/12/2013 02:47 PM
    I see the point - Very Good !!

  10. Cary OK says:19/12/2013 05:21 PM
    I wonder how many of those newly in employment are in the photo-retouching industry?

  11. Mr. Brightside says:19/12/2013 05:57 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by AN Other View Post
    I enjoy a good debate
    A mass one by any chance?

  12. silver fox says:19/12/2013 10:01 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Submariner View Post
    That's a bit of a rash presumption. I, and many of my friends, vote Conservative and we are predominantly working class, of moderate means and well educated.

    As for voting Labour, your lot presided over Britain's worst recession for over 100 years, resulting in a loss of £3,000 for every household. Not exactly an impressive record, and doesn't bode well for our future, should the comical Mr Balls ever take the helm of the economy.
    The banking/financial crash triggered the recession, blame Labour for not tightening banking regulations by all means, but don't blame them for dodgy deals and financial malpractice from the money men.

    In so far as Tories sorting and making economies to our finances, dream on.

    Try this for classic Tory savings, cut 20,000 nurses from the NHS, big savings, wrong, in reality hospitals are hiring more and more agency staff to cover staff shortages, spending on agency staff is up by £14million this year alone, now let me think this through, these agencies couldn't possibly be the same private medical companies who are major funders of the Tory party? no of course not, no-one is that cynical.

  13. cherie brandie says:19/12/2013 11:50 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by silver fox View Post
    Try this for classic Tory savings, cut 20,000 nurses from the NHS, big savings,
    Although I have serious concerns for the NHS, might I point out to you that Labour went into the last general election advocating bigger cuts in the NHS than either of the other Parties.

  14. Boxster says:20/12/2013 06:31 PM

  15. Commentator says:21/12/2013 03:43 PM
    Classic distraction tactics...It's actions like this that loses individuals all credibility.

  16. cherie brandie says:22/12/2013 09:36 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Commentator View Post
    Classic distraction tactics...It's actions like this that loses individuals all credibility.
    You're suggesting that she ever had any??!! But with this, she's possibly heading into Ed Balls territory.

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