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    More wins for the Lib dems last night. Brexit and Corbyn are the best things ever to happen to them!

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    The liberal Democrats are a party of cross dressing losers. Living in lala land. Theorising about imaginary policys nobody outside their incestuous circle would entertain. Clegg was apart of coalition government and how did he use that position. He engaged in futility. Repeal a law...withered away into obscurity. AV laughed out by the public. Then what? Total obscurity.. Yeh I reckon they should join up with the greens. Get all the loons under one umbrella. Rename themselves The Green liberals....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    The liberal Democrats are a party of cross dressing losers. Living in lala land. Theorising about imaginary policys nobody outside their incestuous circle would entertain. Clegg was apart of coalition government and how did he use that position. He engaged in futility. Repeal a law...withered away into obscurity. AV laughed out by the public. Then what? Total obscurity.. Yeh I reckon they should join up with the greens. Get all the loons under one umbrella. Rename themselves The Green liberals....
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    The talk is of an electrol pact, not a merger. As the greens and liberals (and UKIP!) are disproportiantely punished by first past the post they need PR to be anything other than a protest vote. The greens have said they won't stand against any party that supports PR (doubt that means UKIP though!).
    Lib dems are getting tens of thousands of new members, mainly remain voting refugees from the conservative party. We anticipated an exodus from Labour when Corbyn was relected, but it was only a trickle. This can only move the party torwards the centre right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zara View Post
    The talk is of an electrol pact, not a merger. As the greens and liberals (and UKIP!) are disproportiantely punished by first past the post they need PR to be anything other than a protest vote. The greens have said they won't stand against any party that supports PR (doubt that means UKIP though!).
    Lib dems are getting tens of thousands of new members, mainly remain voting refugees from the conservative party. We anticipated an exodus from Labour when Corbyn was relected, but it was only a trickle. This can only move the party torwards the centre right.
    The liberals moving to the centre right? Are you having a laugh????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    The liberals moving to the centre right? Are you having a laugh????
    Not immediately. But the members create the policy and the members are increasingly conservative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zara View Post
    Not immediately. But the members create the policy and the members are increasingly conservative.
    They were never conservative then. The liberals are left wing..left of centre. Have been for some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    They were never conservative then. The liberals are left wing..left of centre. Have been for some time.
    They were Conservative party voters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zara View Post
    They were Conservative party voters.
    You mean opportunists

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    You mean opportunists
    I voted Conservative all my life, but now the crazies have taken over the party. They changed, I didn't.
    Can't say I'll definitely vote Liberal, but the Conservatives have lost my vote and I'm not the only one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markobee View Post
    I voted Conservative all my life, but now the crazies have taken over the party. They changed, I didn't.
    Can't say I'll definitely vote Liberal, but the Conservatives have lost my vote and I'm not the only one.
    Vote UKIP then. Voting liberal is just a non vote.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    Vote UKIP then. Voting liberal is just a non vote.....
    UKIP? No chance. They repulse me to the bone. Id sooner vote for Corbyn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markobee View Post
    UKIP? No chance. They repulse me to the bone. Id sooner vote for Corbyn.
    Corbyn?









































    *hysterically laughing*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doktor View Post
    Corbyn?
    *hysterically laughing*
    I wouldn't vote for him! He's just less awful than Nutall & Farage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doktor View Post
    Corbyn?









































    *hysterically laughing*
    I just fell off mi chair I was laughing that much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markobee View Post
    I wouldn't vote for him! He's just less awful than Nutall & Farage
    Zara is that you??

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