Monday, May 25, 2009

New Poll - Who Are You Voting For In The EU Elections?

The newest poll is up, quite simply let me know who you are voting for in the EU elections on 4th June.

Please vote using the poll on the right-hand side of the blog, but feel free to add any thoughts in the comments field of this post.

10 comments:

marksany said...

not sure: Tory, to poke Gordon; or UKIP to poke Cameron

Perry Wilsher said...

European Elections -

June 4th is 'Independent's Day'

I'm voting Jury Team.

Anonymous said...

Are ANY of them not on the take? Sad and frustrated...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTWpx2yGtnw

Gonna vote for an Independent I guess (Jury Team?) - at least they can't rely on the party machine to keep them in office....

Tory Poppins said...

MMmmm . . .can't decide at the moment to be honest! depends how the wind blows on the day!

Anonymous said...

We need more independents. I'm sick of party drones feeding us the same old shite. Jury Team for me

Anonymous said...

60% of the population didn't bother to vote last time - so the 'party faithful' were able to swing it so the established parties took most of the seats. We can't let that happen this time! Vote Jury Team and let's get some real independents in - that will send the message that we are fed up with all this sleaze.

Upstream thinker said...

Independent candidates are more likely to have career experiences to bring to the party (sic).
This would raise the level of the debate in the Chamber, because you would have real experts presenting specialist points of view.
If, in turn, these expert views were to be voted on by other independent candidates then not only would the level of debate increase, but each issue would be decided on its own merits (rather than party political allegiances).
I'm voting Jury Team

Alan Wallace Jury Team said...

Just to point out that I'm doing a BSc in Criminology at the moment. A far more important and relevant qualification than "Meedja Studies" where our current breed of politicians are concerned I think.

Anonymous said...

The Green Party: have fabulous leader in Caroline Lucas and excellent MEP candidates -e.g A friend of mine, Rupert Reade, has saved up and taken the year off work to give it the best shot he can. They're that serious. You know what you're getting policy wise too - this 'Independents' thing is a bit too much Heinz 57 varieties for me. Not believing in sleaze is not the same as believing IN something...and as for UKIP: Europe has created huge benefits. Lets keep co-operating eh? We're at our most noble when we do...

Anonymous said...

Re the Jury Team, a party that sprung up from nowhere suddenly with no real policies.
At first i thought what a good idea it was.
Then Ian at PJC did a posting which pointed out some dangers.
I can't recall their first appearance on the scene and to find the link one needs to know this.

http://thejournal.parker-joseph.co.uk/blog

The Melon party, Greens no way!
Green only on the outer skin Deep red inside!!

I want to leave Europe completely so am undecided theres' far too much deception around today.
I'm still waiting for just one MP to come clean on European expansion under the EUMED, signed upto in 1995 That has given them more than enough time.
Checking this out at the EUs site it's not very encouraging.