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Wex
 


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Scum from all over the world and at all levels of society.
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I went there 31 years ago we didn't do this Censored . The worst I did on muck-up day was jump off the Anderson street bridge, into the Yarra River, in full school uniform.
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DG, the BNP and other non-mainstream parties are likely to receive a lot of votes at the next election as the main 3 parties don't seem to have a huge amount between them on many policies. A protest vote may just make the main parties sit up and question where all the votes went and perhaps, just perhaps, think of the wellbeing of the country first and their jobs second. If a protest vote makes any party question the absolute dependency on benefits that breeds some (not all) of these problems and gets the police back to doing their core job that has to be a good thing?

Seriously want to hear if there's a better way, as when approached, my local MP and the Parliamentary Candidates for the other parties show no intention of straying from the party line Sad
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The BNP seem to have suffered for many years at the hands of the political elite and their spin doctors. It had almost become the norm that even mentioning the BNP had you tagged as a right-wing thug, racist, football hooligan. Doubtless they have attracted such an element into their ranks, but every party (and forum!) has its problem members. The more dangerous and cunning ones have already sought high position via another party and you may know them as a right honourable member of the cabinet. Shocked

The SNP suffered many years of tarring with a similar brush, but now they are proving (in the main) to have the peoples interests at heart. They don't come with a baggage of dented morals and expectations of the perks of high office that blights the Labour party in particular.
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I normally avoid anything written by Simon "The Huffer" Heffer, but his piece in today's Torygraph has some merit for once.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main.jh...do2201.xml

I take issue with some of his contentions (particulalry that only Tory MPs have any chance of employment outside parliament) but the overall picture he paints is a worrying one.
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Being in opposition is easy regardless of what party you are from.... when you get into power there is a sudden realisation that delivering your plan is a totally different kettle of fish.

Strong right wing or left wing traits are never tolerated for long and this is the reason that you find that all the major parties have a similar messages..... beacuse they all know they have to pander to middle ground. Even Alex Salmond has had to do that eh JMC Wink
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JMC wrote:
As soon as 'Cosmopolitan' gave women the orgasm in the early 70's, everything started going down the pan.


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Apparently........ Rolling with laughter
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Orgasms aside, there's a lot of truth to JMC's theory, but the casual attitude in marriage/divorce plays a big role also. Kids are too often raising themselves, have little sense of security, and have no idea what commitment means.
 I'm not so good at giving advice...may I offer you a sarcastic comment instead?

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I used to be the first one to jump on the band-wagon of blaming the kids, but it all begins with the parents, and their parents, and theirs....... Neutral

You could take any new-born child away from these scum bags and rear a model child (depending on your own model views).

IMHO, Kids need a full-time loving mother who's role is to nurture, and a patriarchal father who can provide the stability of an economically functioning home and the discipline to maintain such. The unit of marriage as a basis for restraint / self-control in tough times is still the way to go.

Homosexual couples rearing adopted kids is an abomination of everything we ought to be working towards as a society. I don't care who reads this or who is offended by it either. Rolling Eyes
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Sounds like the Vicky pollard school of life
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I often wonder how many people laugh at Vicky Pollard and see her as amusing escapism. She is a very real manifestation of what is out there in society and she is certainly not alone. She is at school with your kids and she spends many more hours per day with them than you do! Shocked She is seen as a role model because she stands up to authority. Kids who have never learned to respect their elders, or those in authority, are drawn to Vicky very easily. Shocked
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The solution seems obvious. JMC, will you adopt me?
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You'd be kept in the cupboard under the stairs ND Rolling with laughter Rolling with laughter Thumbs Up
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