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Euro Elections 4th June - Who will you vote for ?


Mister H 11 | 761  
25 May 2009 /  #1
I'm tempted to vote UKIP as I'm totally disillusioned with mainstream parties.

What are other people doing ?
Torq  
25 May 2009 /  #2
I'll vote for Marek Jurek's Prawica Rzeczypospolitej - the only
true Catholic-conservative party in Poland.

prawicarzeczypospolitej.org/stronaglowna.html
sledz 23 | 2,250  
25 May 2009 /  #3
What are other people doing ?

Theyre too busy talking about Bush or Obama everyday..lol

Im suprised somebody actually posted a thread about it?

I want to know who likes that Gordon Brown guy????
Daisy 3 | 1,227  
25 May 2009 /  #4
I want to know who likes that Gordon Brown guy????

At least 63,000 don't
petitions.number10.gov.uk/please-go/#detail

I've got 11 parties to choose from, all I know is I won't be voting for any of the main three
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595  
25 May 2009 /  #5
I'll vote for Marek Jurek's Prawica Rzeczypospolitej - the only
true Catholic-conservative party in Poland.

It will be interesting to see how many votes they'll get, since they failed to gain the required number of votes to get into the Polish national parliament in the last election.
Torq  
25 May 2009 /  #6
they failed to gain the required number of votes to get into the Polish national
parliament in the last election

That would had been a hard thing to do considering the fact that
they didn't start in the last election, mate.

You're probably confusing them with LPR (Liga Polskich Rodzin).

They probably won't do too well. Contrary to what people abroad think,
there aren't that many real Catholic-conservatives in Poland and they're
spread among various parties. I expect PR to get around 2-3% of votes.
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595  
25 May 2009 /  #7
You're probably confusing them with LPR (Liga Polskich Rodzin)

Maybe I am, in that case I apologize.
Torq  
25 May 2009 /  #8
No probs, sometimes even I am confused by Polish politics ;-)
Rafal_1981  
25 May 2009 /  #9
My vote goes for them:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unia_Polityki_Realnej



Torq  
25 May 2009 /  #10
Good vote! That would be my second choice after PR (they'll probably
get similar results :-)).
lesser 4 | 1,311  
25 May 2009 /  #11
I'm tempted to vote UKIP as I'm totally disillusioned with mainstream parties.

I don't know about minor British parties, however from those noticeable UKIP sound like the only voice of reason. I don't approve their policy at every point, simply the rest don't deserve a vote so much.

I'll vote for Marek Jurek's Prawica Rzeczypospolitej - the only
true Catholic-conservative party in Poland.

It is also just another party in Poland advocating socialism.

It will be interesting to see how many votes they'll get, since they failed to gain the required number of votes to get into the Polish national parliament in the last election.

I think, about 1%. Most of Poles are probably unaware of their existence.

That would had been a hard thing to do considering the fact that
they didn't start in the last election, mate.

They did in coalition with LPR and UPR.
Torq  
25 May 2009 /  #12
It is also just another party in Poland advocating socialism.

LOL

Do I sense a hardcore UPR supporter here? ;-)

They did in coalition with LPR and UPR.

Which was a mistake and I don't count it as an independent start
in the election. I hope they'll get about 4-5% but I wouldn't hold
my breath.
OP Mister H 11 | 761  
25 May 2009 /  #13
I don't know about minor British parties, however from those noticeable UKIP sound like the only voice of reason. I don't approve their policy at every point, simply the rest don't deserve a vote so much.

I think that when it comes to a party that wants to apply the brakes a little with Europe, I feel that UKIP seem a reasonable choice.

They're not hung up on all the racial stuff like the BNP are and I would like to see UKIP become a real voice in Europe.
Daisy 3 | 1,227  
25 May 2009 /  #14
This lot are anti EU as well
no2eu.com
lesser 4 | 1,311  
25 May 2009 /  #15
Do I sense a hardcore UPR supporter here? ;-)

Yes I sympathize with UPR and expect usual nothing. Thus I'm pretty relaxed and don't treat all this circus very seriously :)

As far as PR is concentrated, Marek Jurek or Marian Pilka were members of PiS no without a reason. Only a socialist could stand their demagogy.

Which was a mistake and I don't count it as an independent start
in the election.

In this game in their position every decision would be a mistake. They could not even register themselves.

I hope they'll get about 4-5% but I wouldn't hold
my breath.

5%? In our parliament this would be absolutely enough to become another "przystawka" of PiS.
OP Mister H 11 | 761  
25 May 2009 /  #16
This lot are anti EU as well

I hadn't heard of these people before and have had a quick look and they seem to be YET ANOTHER split to the euro-sceptic vote.

All these fringe parties seem to achieve is helping the usual suspects hold onto power. Half a dozen people voting for half a dozen different UKIP-esque parties doesn't really help. They should unite and unite the support with them.
krysia 23 | 3,057  
25 May 2009 /  #17
I want to know who likes that Gordon Brown guy????

Yeah, how much will he give to America? We'll vote for him, I think he'll be good for us.
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104  
25 May 2009 /  #18
We'll vote for him, I think he'll be good for us.

You can have him. I'll wrap him up and send him first class no matter the cost.

Euro elections, I have no idea how to vote. No one is convincing me that they are any good at the moment.
krysia 23 | 3,057  
25 May 2009 /  #19
You can have him. I'll wrap him up and send him first class no matter the cost

We''l trade you for Obama
PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104  
25 May 2009 /  #20
You don't get rid of him that easily...

Actually I just realised I have fliers from various candidates jammed in my letter box. Darn, they all look so honourable and honest...difficult to decide...
Rafal_1981  
26 May 2009 /  #21
Thus I'm pretty relaxed and don't treat all this circus very seriously :)

Corse :-]
EU Parliament has nothing to say in terms of serious policy (at least before all the European Common members ratify European Constitution)
I'll vote for UPR cause I know they gonna mock that useless institution.
theblueenigma 3 | 188  
26 May 2009 /  #22
Ill make it my priority to be in Ireland to vote, and I will be voting for Libertas. Not because I buy into al lot of their bullsh**, but because there isnt another viable option. I detest the EU and for everything it stands for, Ill also be voting NO again to the Lisbon Treaty
Daisy 3 | 1,227  
26 May 2009 /  #23
We'll vote for him, I think he'll be good for us.

You vote for him, we didn't

Ill also be voting NO again to the Lisbon Treaty

Good for you, I wish we had a chance to vote No. Our unelected Prime Minister never gave us that option
scrappleton - | 830  
26 May 2009 /  #24
You vote for him, we didn't

If you didn't vote for Brown what the hell's he doing in office?
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
26 May 2009 /  #25
Blair stepped down and he stepped in becauase there was still some of the term to serve in office for Labour.

UKIP is who I am voting for and I say the sooner the better we're out of the EU, it wont be soon enough for ME!!!
scrappleton - | 830  
26 May 2009 /  #26
Blair stepped down and he stepped in becauase there was still some of the term to serve in office for Labour.

Oh okay, thx.
Daisy 3 | 1,227  
26 May 2009 /  #27
Blair stepped down and he stepped in becauase there was still some of the term to serve in office for Labour.

Blair stepped down and labour party members should have had the opportunity to vote for a new leader, there were other contenders aside from Brown, but the party whips, or Brown's bully boys 'persuaded' the other contenders to withdraw, making Brown the only candidate, it was not a democratic process. They should have had an election in October 2007, but the one eyed twat isn't that stupid, he knows no fekker would vote for him, so his clinging on for as long as he can and dragging the country down with him.

One thing's for certain the three major parties are going to get a bloody nose on 4th June
theblueenigma 3 | 188  
26 May 2009 /  #28
Good for you, I wish we had a chance to vote No. Our unelected Prime Minister never gave us that option

Nor did any other country because they know the rest of Europe would vote NO also. Sadly Im afraid there is no such thing as democracy anymore, and they will keep giving us the referendum until we vote yes. I doubt people realise the ramifications of a YES vote for the lisbon treaty. Ignorance is bliss
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
26 May 2009 /  #29
Blair stepped down and labour party members should have had the opportunity to vote for a new leader

I gave him the unabridged version ;0)
bullfrog 6 | 603  
26 May 2009 /  #30
I'll vote for Marek Jurek's Prawica Rzeczypospolitej - the only
true Catholic-conservative party in Poland.

But I thought that was the twin brothers' PiS?

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