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Posted: 08 May 2010 at 12:31 | IP Logged Quote Outcast

It's what sunk the greeks

(apart from their corrupt pollies and they don't have a monopoly on that!!)


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Posted: 08 May 2010 at 14:14 | IP Logged Quote blip

Hey nobz, you come across like a nice regular guy, but I looked at your ape image blended with your last statement, and I saw and felt the hand of GB on my shoulder! Tell me it's not true.

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Posted: 08 May 2010 at 15:49 | IP Logged Quote Colgrin

We could tighten up the rules allowing individuals and businesses
relinquishing their obligations in paying their taxes like everyone else.

http://www.taxresearch.org.uk/Blog/2008/02/01/25-billion-the -cost-
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Let those who were complicit in getting us into this financial mess bear
the burden.

Of course that won't happen. The City is the country's sacred cow and
must be shielded from it's own responsibilities. Far better to get the likes
of us pay for their recklessness.

Who said socialism was dead!

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Posted: 08 May 2010 at 18:15 | IP Logged Quote the nobz

Blip, gimme a break! I have been an open critic of the Labour buy now pay on the never never policies for several years on these forums!




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Posted: 09 May 2010 at 11:27 | IP Logged Quote blip

nobz, I was refering to your sense of humour in that your avatar ape image resembles GB.



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Quite apt that works for both GB's


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Has anyone else here joined Power2010.Org ?

latest email sent to me..
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Take Back Parliament.com

Dear Paul --

Here's where we stand today:

- More than 2,000 people turned up to march in the rain in Central London, and more turned up at events up and down the country yesterday.

- Within the first 48 hours, more than 35,000 people joined our movement for fair votes now, and we're not stopping there.

As thousands in the crowd chanted as one yesterday, and all the news channels carried us live, you could feel that we are shaping the conversation about our next government and the necessity of concrete electoral reform as part of any deal.

We put together this video of the rally to give you a sense of what it was like - please share these incredible scenes with your friends now:


Watch the video


Here's what happens next:

- Get ready to take action tomorrow evening:  We're getting in reports that the Lib Dems will be holding a crucial meeting in Central London tomorrow night that could decide the terms of the coalition deal. We need as many of us there as possible.  RSVP now and we'll send you details as soon as we get them: http://www.takebackparliament.com/flashmob

- Bigger rally next Saturday: We're gathering in Parliament Square to increase the pressure on the politicians as the new government takes shape. RSVP here and make sure you spread the word far and wide: http://www.takebackparliament.com/makechange

- Share the TakeBackParliament.com link with everyone you know, and ask them to sign the petition: We're at 36,381 people as I write this, and the counter on the homepage updates every few minutes so you'll be able to so see your progress as you bring new people to the cause. Tell people now: http://www.takebackparliament.com/buildthis

- Wear purple each day to support electoral reform: You'll see in the newspapers today, on television and in our video above - that the mass of purple banners, signs, shirts and armbands represents our group. It's a great way to spot other supporters, and a great way to start the conversation with a friend or colleague and ask them to get involved.

This moment of uncertainty in our democracy has delivered us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to change a broken system. Fair votes must sit at the heart of our political process.

The rally yesterday proved that when ordinary people come together as one, we will be heard - even Nick Clegg, who holds the balance of power in our country right now, had little choice but to respond.

We have to act. No one will do it for us. At this incredible moment in history, you and I have a responsibility to make this happen once and for all.

I'll be in touch will details about next steps shortly.

Please forward this email to everyone you know.

Thank you,

Mark Ross
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Posted: 09 May 2010 at 19:07 | IP Logged Quote the nobz

Blip, I see what you mean, phew, I thought for a minute i was coming over like a Labour supporter!

Anyhow I hope the Libs and Cons have had a productive day and done some team building, paintball or go karting would be good.  I have a feeling that Willaim Hague would be a good driver and Vince Cable would be quite an accurate shot.


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Posted: 10 May 2010 at 17:54 | IP Logged Quote blip

Lib Dem PR in view now! Fingers crossed. 



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Tony BLiar is also preparing to move back into No 10 as well. 
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