Thursday, May 28, 2009

Election Special

So its early I had a change of heart.

I have had the immense fortune to see a ballot paper for the people standing in the Yorkshire and Humber region

12 parties in total

No 1 BNP Protecting British Jobs we'll believe you thousands wouldn't Six people

No 2 Christian Party "Proclaiming Christ's Lordship" six people

No3 Conservative Party six people

No 4 English Democrats " putting england first" six people

No 5 Jury Team only three people

No 6 Liberal Democrats six people but one of them lives in London

No 7 No2EU Yes to Democracy six people

No 8 Pro-Democracy: six people

No 9 Socialist Labour Party ( Leader Arthur Scargill) six people

No 10 The Green Party six people

No 11 The Labour Party six people

No 12 United Kingdom Independence Party six people one of whom lives in Sutton Coldfield.

Faced with a difficult choice.

Make it easy and vote for one of the 12.

I suppose I would vote for the UKIP but Dad has said that hes not voting for anyone.

Apathy rules ok

In fact one third of the constituency I live in didn't vote last time at the General Election. Their votes are equivalent to a majority They could actually vote in another candidate and leave the others to be voted for as before and actually change things.

1 comment:

  1. It's a terrible shame that people don't take more interest in politics. Unfortunately, over the past 11 years that labour has been in power many of my friends feel that it makes little difference who they vote for, the result is always the same. Broken manifesto promises, complete loss of control after the election and too much secrecy.