They're not voting because...
- I didn't vote because I wanted my non...
I didn't vote because I wanted my non-vote to be counted as a statement of protest for the inneffectiveness of the Lib-Dems and in particular Charles Kennedy.
I would have voted had the LDs pulled their act together and seized the opportunity afforded by the hopelessness of Michael Howard's Tories to become the second party.
I think they should sack Kennedy and install someone instead who can inspire and lead a nation.
LDs: You claim to be a Real Alternative. Prove it by being an effective and aggressive political force.written 6th May 2005
chris replies: Your vote won't be counted that way, it will be counted as someone who couldn't be bothered to vote. Perhaps you should have voted againts the lib dems, then that would have been counted as a protest.written 6th May 2005
Dave replies: So you're a Lib Dem voter, believer and you just because you don't like your leader and the way they have been incompetant at electioneering you want to protest against that.
Surely getting YOUR party into power is the lesser of two evils.written 6th May 2005
Chris McBride replies: I don't necessarily share the poster's views, but surely the best way to ensure that the Lib Dems ditch Charles Kennedy is to become a party member/activist?written 7th May 2005