Skip to comments.Upstart British Party Gains in Local Elections [UKIP Beats up pro-sodomy "Conservative" party]
Posted on 05/03/2013 5:56:21 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Britains populist United Kingdom Independence Party made sweeping gains in local elections and finished second in a parliamentary by-election, according to results announced Friday, shaking mainstream political parties, consolidating its position as an emerging political force and claiming a sea change in national life.
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Maybe there’s hope yet.
Isn’t “compromise” with the evil Left great, Cameron? It should cost the Tories their seats all over Britain.
Cameron and his leadership cohort kept their eyes on the other guys’ butts imagining that therein lie the route to political satori in the post modern UK.
Well, it is easy to be against the establishment. Once you are actually elected, then the real work begins.
True. They have a hard road. Hopefully the Brits have had enought leftism to travel it with them. At least far enough to turn it around before they ‘falter’.. (the people that is)
Since we seem to be doing away with the natural born citizen requirement here why not just run Nigel on the Republican ticket in 2016? :-)
Because McCain would call him a wacko bird and the GOPe would rather have Cameron. :-(
The results, he said, were a vote against the established political parties, which look the same and sound the same and are made up of people who basically have never had a job in the real world.
Not really. The elites seem to think that anyone born anywhere is a “natural born citizen” of the U.S. by their standards!!
Hey you elite republican leaders... PAY ATTENTION... IF YOU DO NOT CHANGE... THIS IS YOUR FURTURE ALSO!
Best idea I’ve heard in a long time.
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