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06 May 2010
Why I will vote for the UKIP today
I shall vote for the United Kingdom Independence Party since getting my country out of the European Union is an essential first step for me as a socialist who wishes to see the full collectivisation of the British economy. Not only that but the local UKIP candidate, Fred McGlade, has written the words that many a working man has waited thirteen long years to hear:
To often working class people find that there is to much week left at the end of the money, and despite repeated promises from the champaign socialists of the Labour Party, the reality is that housing, a decent education, jobs and a decent standard of living remain beyond the reach of the ordinary working class family.
How you vote is up to you, but please do not fall for any more of Labour's lies. The party has been taken over not by the left or the right but by the middle class. They do not really want us - just look at the Bigotgate affair to see that - so they have no claim on our loyalty.

Good luck to all of us.



I think i heard someone running for the UKIP was in a plane accident down south today - i think that's right anyways. Otherwise i completely misheard!

6 May 2010 at 20:43  

Yeah it was the former leader - he is only slightly hurt.

6 May 2010 at 21:40  

They got a million votes & nothing!
We need PR when you have this ridiculous situation.
That the BNP get 500,000 votes, the SNP have far less support but who has the seats?

11 May 2010 at 14:35  

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