They're not voting because...
- It only encourages the political parties...
it only encourages the political parties to continue what they're doing now, which I don't like. If there was a vote AGAINST the parties involved, or a "None of the above" box, I think we all know where the winner would be...written 14th Apr 2005
sans replies: Encourages political parties to continue doing what?written 16th Apr 2005
Daily Llama replies: Lie, cheat, say anything to get elected, then not follow through with their promises... pursue policies that won't actually help anyone (How much time, effort and money was wasted on fox hunting that could have been better used on schools or hospitals?). Then they have the audacity to vote themselves a pay-rise (Who's going to vote against that?), when half the time they're never in the House of Commons and when they are, they're asleep.written 16th Apr 2005