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    I was wondering where the majority of the users stand in regards to their own political ideology. Feel free to post your own or question someone else's (for curiosities sake, not to just offend them). Personally I'd class myself as a Liberal.

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    I guess the label I use for myself the most is just 'Left'. I don't think I should call myself a Socialist, but I'd say my personal stance borders on it strongly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .Only.Streetlights. View Post
    I guess the label I use for myself the most is just 'Left'. I don't think I should call myself a Socialist, but I'd say my personal stance borders on it strongly.
    Like Old Labour kinda' thing?

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    I have no strong political stance as such. I just like to watch the gradual deterioration of society and then moan about it in pubs....


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    I just like to watch the gradual deterioration of society and then moan about it in pubs....
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    me, I'm utterly sceptical about the whole darn lot of them.

    All of the main leaders seem about the same to me (look at me, look at my honest, open out splayed hand gestures, look how real i am with my rolled up sleeves, believe me!)...apart from Brown who is just a defective freak, full stop.

    At least Brown should dissapear next time theres an election, it appals me that he's the PM when nobody actually voted him in.

    I'm still truly dreading the next election, though, which should come around soon enough, its just a question of which liar to choose. woo-hoo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubycherry View Post
    "If you merely have a "left" and "right" wing, you're only thinking in one dimension."
    I'd like to see a better way of expressing a persons societal beliefs or values than a political compass.

    Quote Originally Posted by Perforator View Post
    me, I'm utterly sceptical about the whole darn lot of them.

    All of the main leaders seem about the same to me (look at me, look at my honest, open out splayed hand gestures, look how real i am with my rolled up sleeves, believe me!)...apart from Brown who is just a defective freak, full stop.

    At least Brown should dissapear next time theres an election, it appals me that he's the PM when nobody actually voted him in.

    I'm still truly dreading the next election, though, which should come around soon enough, its just a question of which liar to choose. woo-hoo.
    You don't have to support a party or any politicians to be of a certain political ideology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perforator View Post
    I'm still truly dreading the next election, though, which should come around soon enough, its just a question of which liar to choose. woo-hoo.
    But we're talking about career Politicians here. Just consider yourself lucky they don't just say exactly the same things as each other like in other places *coughUScough*
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