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What if Farage had been standing?

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What if Farage had been standing?

Post by wills on 07.06.17 18:18

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An interesting post election poll would be to see how many members who voted in the General Election poll here, would have voted differently if Nigel Farage had headed a serious UKIP campaign. Is it possible to take a poll on this in the near future. I voted Tory, but would have certainly voted for UKIP if as I stated above had been realised.
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Re: What if Farage had been standing?

Post by BlueBag on 07.06.17 18:25

I would have voted UKIP if I could.
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 07.06.17 18:27

Me too.
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Post by Verdi on 07.06.17 22:19

I think the heavy mob made damn sure UKIP didn't have a leg to stand on - excuse the pun.

UKIP represents the thoughts of so many latter day Britains - an independent Britain unsullied by the European Community and disproportionate immigration policies.

Make Britain great again!

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Post by MrsC on 08.06.17 8:01

I voted UKIP in the last election and I would have done this time had NF been the leader.

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Post by BlueBag on 08.06.17 8:14

I just voted UKIP.

It wasn't on the ballot paper so I wrote it on and put an X against it.

Completely futile I know.

(I was going to put "none of the above" but I swang at the last minute).
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 08.06.17 9:59

@BlueBag wrote:I just voted UKIP.

It wasn't on the ballot paper so I wrote it on and put an X against it.

Completely futile I know.

(I was going to put "none of the above" but I swang at the last minute).
Bless you, I wish I'd thought of doing that. UKIP wasn't on my ballot paper either.

I couldn't vote for the Party that is responsible for increasing the national deficit, covering up child abuse, taxing dementia patients, taxing a spare bedroom, driving thousands of disabled people to suicide, destroying the NHS, cutting the Police and Military and does nothing about the 23,000 ISIS living in this country who are now killing our children, whilst claiming to have a strong and stable leadership.

And I don't want fox hunting legalised again either.

Call me old fashioned.
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