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Sunderland to vote Conservative

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blockheed
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Sunderland to vote Conservative

Post by blockheed » 04 Sep 2019, 12:01

Sunderland to vote Conservative

Sunderland has 3 MP's and they have all voted to block Brexit.
This city voted to leave the EU so these useless traitors are not doing the job for us.
It's time to get rid of Labour from Sunderland - period!
Labour joined up with all other parties to block the vote so they are all the same.

So, the plan is to vote Conservative and give these traitors a good hiding.
Just what are these people doing for Sunderland anyway?
I can't see any reason why we should be voting for these people any more.
Vote Conservative if you really want us to leave the EU and most of us do!



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Re: Sunderland to vote Conservative

Post by thingamajig » 04 Sep 2019, 12:25

This might not go very well but I can see your point.


What was that you said again?

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Re: Sunderland to vote Conservative

Post by Bluebird » 04 Sep 2019, 14:52

I think a lot more people will vote Conservative in Sunderland now.
However, Labour will still get the dumbos voting for them - it's their default vote but they don't know why they do it really.
Most of them have the mentality that Conservative is for the rich and Labour is for the poor.
Of course, that is totally incorrect but try telling that to the idiots.

Just remember that Labour are in charge of this city and look at the city centre - a bloody disgrace.
I moved away from Labour when I started to have my own mind.
A word of warning though, don't preach to people about Labour because you could cause an argument, they are absolutely nuts.



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Re: Sunderland to vote Conservative

Post by red ken » 04 Sep 2019, 19:36

It will be difficult to persuade people in Sunderland to vote Conservative, but good luck with your campaign :lol:



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Re: Sunderland to vote Conservative

Post by Gibsy » 07 Sep 2019, 04:28

It's shocking how the Labour Party have joined forces with the Lib-Dems and the others to stop democracy from happening.
The referendum was clear and I knew what I was voting for - OUT THE EU!



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Re: Sunderland to vote Conservative

Post by Trish » 09 Sep 2019, 12:55

In Millfield we changed our three Labour Party local councillors for Lib-Dems so it can be done. The General Election thing is totally different though. I am not sure if people could change but if they don't they will get Corbyn and that would be a disaster. I might not say who my family would vote for yet but it will NOT be Lib-Dems in the national election.


My kids are like little Black Cats
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Re: Sunderland to vote Conservative

Post by blockheed » 11 Sep 2019, 14:09

Trish wrote:
09 Sep 2019, 12:55
In Millfield we changed our three Labour Party local councillors for Lib-Dems so it can be done.
It can but I doubt whether people will vote for them in a General Election. They stand to keep the UK in the EU.



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Re: Sunderland to vote Conservative

Post by cam » 05 Nov 2019, 11:16

Gibsy wrote:
07 Sep 2019, 04:28
The referendum was clear and I knew what I was voting for - OUT THE EU!
No you didn't because the Labour Party said you didn't know what you were voting for :lolboard:
So did the others so yes we should be giving them a kick up the backside and vote Tory, the only problem we have here is there's a lot of thick people about who can't think for themselves. Not surprising Labour talks like pap to them.
They don't even understand a tactical vote :o


I might have the day off today!

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Re: Sunderland to vote Conservative

Post by blockheed » 25 Nov 2019, 14:02

cam wrote:
05 Nov 2019, 11:16

They don't even understand a tactical vote :o
That's where you can vote for a party temporarily for a reason, yeah.

Well for the sake of getting Brexit done and to give the Labour Party a kick up the backside, the people of Sunderland can now vote Conservative or Brexit Party.

I was going to vote Tory but now things are more clear, I am going for the Brexit Party and I have made a new thread here.



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Re: Sunderland to vote Conservative

Post by Bus Driver » 25 Nov 2019, 14:53

I understand the tactical vote thing but I will just be voting for the Brexit Party regardless.
Remember, once we are out of the EU with no ties then we can concentrate on other matters.



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