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Wednesday, February 09, 2005
Vote for UKIP? I Think Not...
At our debate in Stalham the UKIP Candidate Stuart Agnew put his foot in it somewhat. Here's the full quote. "As an MP for a small independent Party, there's nothing much you can do to influence things." I rest my case...
Who are the other UKIP candidates in Norfolk? I assume there will be some. I must admit that I voted UKIP last year but will certainly be voting Conservative in the general election.
Ian - Mr Agnew the UKIP candidate for the constituency seems to believe that you should be joining his party if you really believe in the little Englander policies - otherwise he will take the
die-hard Conservative votes from you. Wouldn't it make sense, and be a noble gesture for the cause, if you were to stand down in favour of Mr Agnew?
Again, so funny. Had you attended any of the debates (which several LibDem spies have done) you would know I am not a Little Englander, as you put it. Glad to see you support the Liberal Democrat policy of wanting to sign up to everything the EU has on offer without question. That'll be a major votewinner in North Norfolk. Not.
Iain - Oh dear, you do get things wrong. As a Uni educated man I would have thought that you would first read, then analise and then comment. Looking through your blinkered Ukip eyes you have only commented on the Lib Dem policies on Europe. You clearly haven't read them or analised them. For that matter, have you read the New Labour Party, Ukip or Green Party on Europe? There is no doubt that on Europe, die-hard Tories will be torn between voting for you and Ukip man Mr Agnew. I thought that Mr Agnew was much more comprehensible in his view on Europe than you were at one of your little debates?
So did you attend a debate or didn't you? Simple question really. If you really thought he was more comprehensible then you must have been at a different meeting. Even one of his own supporeters came up to me at one of the debates and told me she would be voting for me.
That must make a pleasant change from so many people saying they WON'T be voting for you - why else would you get so excited? Can I suggest that after the next general election you really try, I mean REALLY try, to get elected to a local council. You will learn so much.
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