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John Reid or Gordan Brown

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Rev-head, Sep 29, 2006.

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Who to lead Labour Party

  1. John Reid

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    58.6%
  2. Gordan Brown

    12 vote(s)
    41.4%
  1. Rev-head
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    Thought i would put this up ...cant stand GB so hoping John Reid gets a chance at it:beerchug:
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  3. TDI-line
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    TDI-line Uber Post Whore

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    Oh great! Your spamming the regular posts now. Piss off!:tocktock:
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    AAAAAArrgh!!!!!!!!...........i hate spammers..............now it is getting out of order
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    being only 18 im not really clued up on the people, but i certainly dont like GB with all the tax hikes hes been doing, so id give john reid my vote
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    They're both a pair of nation hating Commie a$$holes.

    My 'only' hope for the Labour party is that they never win another election!
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    Can't we have a niether in the vote?
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    I agree, I'm 20 however. I so old already :(
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    I'll vote for neither too.
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    neither for me too - wouldn't p!ss on them if they were on fire

    whoever gets into power we're screwed IMO
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    makes absolutly no difference who gets in imo
    I agree with currymilkshake
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    JPO were is the link for the BNP.......:biggrin:
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    I thought about neither as an Option but that is not the case as it will be one or other that will take the hot seat
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    Bertie Ahearn
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    Good old bertie :superman:
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  16. god_thats_quick
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    god_thats_quick Numptie of the highest order

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    Neither for me please...

    Boris Johnson for president please (yes I'd like a real democracy too).

    Now that bloke makes me laugh.
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