Sun Fin wrote:My biggest worry with the Tory's is on Europe. I fundamentally disagree with referendums, the reason we have a representative democracy is because in order to know about a policy you need to set aside time to study the facts and figures. I'm interested in politics and I don't find time to do this which is why I vote for a MP. Why then on such a big issue as Europe are we allowing our largely ignorant population to vote on it? It makes no sense.
Dong Zhou wrote:
I'm also a swing voter but with left-leanings. There is stuff I love on both sides and both potential PM's and stuff that drives me up the wall but I think my natural leanings would prefer a Labour/Lib Dem coalition.
Sun Fin wrote:I actually wouldn't mind this, both parties are still pro-austerity and working together would hopefully tackle the deficit responsibly.
Sun Fin wrote:
The reason I'm so anti-labour is who they will need to form a majority, I don't trust SNP on economics and I think with such a left-wing coalition would give the Ed's the excuse they want to abandon austerity and their promises on the economy.
Shen Ai wrote:I didn't expect the Conservatives to gain a majority. Cameron seems so disliked by the nation. I read articles and pundits saying he'd lose.
Guess they didn't see the SNP coming.
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