Sunday, April 17, 2005

new site

For those who are not sure how to vote (or even those who are) the following website offers a few minutes of entertainment. http://www.whoshouldyouvotefor.com/

6 Comments:

Blogger Claire Smalley said...

Apparently I shouldn't vote Tory, now I can sleep in peace

5:29 PM  
Blogger AnthroPax said...

Are you aware that the Tory candidate in the Monmouth Boy School mock election has created anti-semitic posters for use in the campain?

8:12 AM  
Blogger David Davies AM said...

I find that a bit hard to believe.

1:02 PM  
Blogger AnthroPax said...

The Liberal Democrat candidate (who has Jewish ancestry)'s image (of him at a fancy dress party, where he dressed as a Rabbi) is placed next to a can of kerosene, and the phrase 'are you thinking what we're thinking' is placed at the bottom, next to a Tory logo. As the photo is not easily identified as the candidate, it could be seen to be anti-semitic in nature. The Tory candidate, did say that it was only for when 'the campain got personal'.

12:23 AM  
Blogger prof alan truelove said...

I claim to speak for the large body of British dual citizens etc in the Greater DC area -- the conservatives among us (a large %) are enormously encouraged by the 38% vote (incl. parties with the same prudent immig. policy), and wish you all success in leading the Tory party.
On the subject of British ID Card, I'm an expert (45 yrs in IT). Setting this up is not brain surgery - it compares both in size and complexity with many Commercial Data Base applications. Furthermore, such a system will provide an extremely powerful tool in getting rid of illegals (and protecting against terrorist organizing - an area where Europe and Britain have been singularly lax).
Your experts frankly have their heads up their ****s. Get new experts.
In the US, we are set to go with a National ID card in July 2008. I and colleagues will respectfully continue to contribute to this discussion, within the Conservative Party and affiliates.

8:57 AM  
Blogger Derek of Monmouth said...

One only needs one qualification to become an expert with this government - money or friendship at No10. The fact that you know nothing at all about the subject you have been asked to be an expert on, has no bearing on the subject. This has been the yardstick for the past 7 years.

10:16 AM  

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