594 - British Politics

11th Feb 2012, 12:00 PM in Post-Hiatus
British Politics
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Tim 11th Feb 2012, 12:00 PM edit delete
The problem with American politics is that no one agrees on anything. The problem with British politics is that everyone agrees on everything. They pretend not to, the opposition parties try to do their job of going "no, that's bad, you're stupid", even if it's perfectly clear that they don't really mean it, but they all the parties are so close together in their policies and their views that I'm really starting to believe that it doesn't matter who you vote for, because they'll all do the same thing anyway.

And as for alternative parties, the BNP are racist, UKIP is dodgy, and the Greens want to get rid of the monarchy. I wish I could just vote for Vermin Supreme.


Wade Tingley 11th Feb 2012, 1:41 PM edit delete reply
"Vermin Supreme" and all related media copyright (C) 2012 by the United States of America, and cannot be used without advanced written permission. (However, if you ask nicely, we'll give him to you...forever.)
Wakisazhi 11th Feb 2012, 2:25 PM edit delete reply
Dude, let's make our own party!
ThornsInOurSide 11th Feb 2012, 2:47 PM edit delete reply
It's true that American and British politics is different, but the politicians are scumbags in both systems.
Tim 13th Feb 2012, 11:08 PM edit delete reply
@Wade - Well, I'm pretty sure we have a similar rule to what you guys have in the US, that you can't be Prime Minister unless you were born in Britian anyway.

@Waki - Ok, I'll flesh out some founding principles and policies.

@ThornsInOurSide - Agreed. Although, in slightly different ways.