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View Poll Results: Who are you voting for?
Liberal 6 60.00%
Labour 4 40.00%
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Old 10-04-2004, 23:33   #1 (permalink)
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Liberal/Labour who are you voting for?

Im wondering what sort of support liberal and labour have on the forums.

Who are you voting for?
Who do you think will win?

Im going for Liberal, I go to uni and most people support labour but most of the lecturers support Liberl.

I also think Liberal will win!
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I'm going Labour. I'm not interested in HECS fees increases! Plus, students aparrently get tax cuts (even if it's SFA). I'm a petty, selfish man who only wants to look after himself!

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Re: Liberal/Labour who are you voting for?

Who cares, they all lie, lie, lie.

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Re: Liberal/Labour who are you voting for?

Liberal. Im a student but im not too worried about HECS fees. If I can afford $30,000 for my course, i can afford another few thou.

Labour hasnt given any policys that really do anything for me.
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this thread is toast guys, nothing to see here

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FordForums dont like threads about politics, its now in the Terms of service.

expect this to be locked sometime soon guys
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Old 10-05-2004, 00:08   #7 (permalink)
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sorry! :( Just interested to see how ford people felt about the election.

I guess we will find out saturday night.
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Re: Liberal/Labour who are you voting for?

Avid Liberal supporter, as I have stated many times.

That Liberal TV add is so fitting.. "If Mark Latham failed to manage the Liverpool Council Budget, how is he going to deal with Australia's 800 billion dollar economy."

It's not just Latham... all Labor Governments seem to suck at managing the economy.
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Re: Liberal/Labour who are you voting for?

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Avid Liberal supporter, as I have stated many times.

That Liberal TV add is so fitting.. "If Mark Latham failed to manage the Liverpool Council Budget, how is he going to deal with Australia's 800 billion dollar economy."

It's not just Latham... all Labor Governments seem to suck at managing the economy.
Post in two years time, when you are allowed to vote.
Hurry up and close this thread

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how about people just vote without any comments steffo, for any chance of this staying (though it probably wont)
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