They're not voting because...
- I want to vote for an English leader...
I want to vote for an English leader with pro English and European policies but who isn't a racist.
I don't want a George W's lapdog
I want to support English industry, support Englsih jobs.
What I really wants is a SNP for England.written 25th Apr 2005
Gavin replies: How about Micheal Howard (2nd generation immigrant)? And shouldn't you vote for a party rather than a leader? Tony may have excessive power, but in most parties there are other people who have an appropriate level of influence.written 25th Apr 2005
Robert replies: I think my point about George Bush precludes me voting for the tories.written 25th Apr 2005
Garry replies: Perhaps there is no England left.
All we have are millionaires with offshore accounts.
Enterprising Immagrants with loyalties elsewhere.
A mass exodus of the able.
All we will be left with are a bunch of Chav's in fenced in estates - ASBO'd and electronically tagged and a patchwork of small bubbles of global cultures.
If people want to see what England was then they can watch some black and white films in a museum somewhere.written 25th Apr 2005
Richard replies: We do - we have the BNPwritten 26th Apr 2005
Tiger43 replies: I would vote for Tom Baker as PM, he`s English with a booming voice and a trained actor.written 26th Apr 2005
Garry replies: The BNP aren't offering any solutions.
(other than the final one)
Tom Baker is half Jewish - so the BNP and the Islamists wouldn't accept him.
Pity... he has got a great voice.written 26th Apr 2005
Pete the Punk replies: Can't see the BNP or Islamics having anything against Tommy Sheridan - wouldn't it be easier if we all just voted for him?written 27th Apr 2005
Garry replies: Sorry... Pete The Punkwritten 27th Apr 2005
I don't know Tommy Sheridan
Is he the front man for some popular beat combo?
Tiger43 replies: To Gary......Stop nit picking about Tom Baker being half Jewish. He`s as English as scones with jam and cream on. I suppose your`e going to tell me that scones originated from Iceland, the country, not the frozen supermarket store.written 27th Apr 2005
Garry replies: Tiger43 - No picking of the nits from me.written 27th Apr 2005
I was just stating the absurdity of BNP / Islamist positions.
How about some warm beer and cricket there's a special 2 for 1 offer in Morrison's.
Tiger43 replies: To Gary... Sounds great, not sure however about playing cricket in a Morrison`s supermarket though, wouldn`t some of their groceries get damaged? I love warm beer though. Can`t understand why our American cousins won`t have a drink without huge mouthfuls of ice. I mean, whats wrong with them, its not as if they live in a desert where it only rains once every 100 years. Don`t know about the cricket though, football fan myself, Liverpool to be precise, and before anyone comes back with any silly comments about Liverpool FC. No English club will ever, and I mean ever acheive what Liverpool did in the late 70`s and throughout the 80`s, so there.written 27th Apr 2005
sue replies: yeah this excess of ice in all the drinks here is annoying; I think it's also to cut costs and provide very little soda in ratio to large amounts of ice.written 5th May 2005
However, in Texas it gets so Bl**dy hot in summer that it's practically desert and it does cool you down