I did, I did, Really!
I was even the first one there. You see Mark, you shout and we all obey! :)
well they buggered up my form so I can’t vote – go democracy. It doesn’t matter who we vote for, looking at the economics of it, all three are screwed, our country is in defecit, people are skint but still spending and borrowing, NHS is down the toilet, etc etc.
even tactical voting is a little…questionable. Labour blows, the Tories are a bunch of anally expelled Thatcher farts, and the Lib Dems…well I can always do with a laugh. Don’t even get me started on the idea that students these days are the future, and how they’re revolutionise voting – students rarely if ever vote, they’re too bloody drunk or hung over
Although you definitely the win the “best use of big text” award. Well you get my vote anyway… boom boom!!
I am on my way Mark. Just consulting my Daily Mail pullout guide to tactical voting. But frankly we are buggered whoever wins. IMHO.
I voted :) (Clanky will be pleased!!)
And I don’t believe it’s a coincidence that the British Consulate has just been blown up on the day of the British General Election either. I think the Tories did it to make a statement about the Blair-Bush relationship…. That’s my theory! Watch the news!
I just got back from voting. We are also voting for our elected mayor. Sigh!
Labour wins with reduced seats ?
I am done.
All done and dusted first thing! There was an odd sense of saisfaction in putting that cross in the box!
Ballots posted at 7.40 this morning on my way to work.
I wish I didn’t live in such a staunchly Tory seat though.
The fellow students I spend most of my time with made damn sure they got off campus to vote for their first time.
I didn’t. Why? The boss/boyfriend decided that it would be the perfect day to arrange a surprise cat5/cat6 course in Northampton, leaving at 5 in the morning, and getting back after the polling stations closed. Yeah, go work. Whoo.
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