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#598 - I just gotta respect anybody that votes and is knowledgeable a…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/15/2011 on 99 +2
User avatar #605 - stukka (10/15/2011) [-]
It's half past one in the morning here but thank you!

I'm 23 so I've had a long time to learn about politics in the UK. The main thing that drove me towards the right is the fact that we had a Labour (left wing) government for 13 years so for most of my life, the country has been run by people I didn't agree with and I hated them.

Perhaps (just perhaps) I would have been left wing if we'd had a Conservative (right wing) government whilst I was growing up and they'd had the exact same policies as the Labour government had.

My point is, the politics you grow up with (or grow up opposing) will probably stick with you forever.
#566 - I mean the ideals that support an overpriced education is capi… 10/15/2011 on 99 +2
#564 - I mean the ideals that support an overpriced education is capi…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/15/2011 on 99 +1
User avatar #573 - stukka (10/15/2011) [-]
...and yet the mess that those left wing dolts have left us in is what caused the rise in tuition fees. I think if I lived in America I would probably vote Democrat but because I live in the UK, I vote Conservative (centre right). It seems that the US idea of right wing is further to the right than the British idea of right wing. Perhaps we live in a more liberal society, I don't know. I'm fairly central myself but in the current climate I'm in favour of cutting the deficit.
User avatar #598 - topple (10/15/2011) [-]
I just gotta respect anybody that votes and is knowledgeable about what they vote for. I havent read much about the political situation in the UK to know enough to talk much about it.

Have an awesome day ( well its night here )
User avatar #605 - stukka (10/15/2011) [-]
It's half past one in the morning here but thank you!

I'm 23 so I've had a long time to learn about politics in the UK. The main thing that drove me towards the right is the fact that we had a Labour (left wing) government for 13 years so for most of my life, the country has been run by people I didn't agree with and I hated them.

Perhaps (just perhaps) I would have been left wing if we'd had a Conservative (right wing) government whilst I was growing up and they'd had the exact same policies as the Labour government had.

My point is, the politics you grow up with (or grow up opposing) will probably stick with you forever.
#554 - You mean capitalism.  [+] (6 new replies) 10/15/2011 on 99 +1
User avatar #557 - stukka (10/15/2011) [-]
Strangely no. The Labour Party are the left wing ones!
User avatar #566 - topple (10/15/2011) [-]
I mean the ideals that support an overpriced education is capitalism at its best
User avatar #564 - topple (10/15/2011) [-]
I mean the ideals that support an overpriced education is capitalism at its best
User avatar #573 - stukka (10/15/2011) [-]
...and yet the mess that those left wing dolts have left us in is what caused the rise in tuition fees. I think if I lived in America I would probably vote Democrat but because I live in the UK, I vote Conservative (centre right). It seems that the US idea of right wing is further to the right than the British idea of right wing. Perhaps we live in a more liberal society, I don't know. I'm fairly central myself but in the current climate I'm in favour of cutting the deficit.
User avatar #598 - topple (10/15/2011) [-]
I just gotta respect anybody that votes and is knowledgeable about what they vote for. I havent read much about the political situation in the UK to know enough to talk much about it.

Have an awesome day ( well its night here )
User avatar #605 - stukka (10/15/2011) [-]
It's half past one in the morning here but thank you!

I'm 23 so I've had a long time to learn about politics in the UK. The main thing that drove me towards the right is the fact that we had a Labour (left wing) government for 13 years so for most of my life, the country has been run by people I didn't agree with and I hated them.

Perhaps (just perhaps) I would have been left wing if we'd had a Conservative (right wing) government whilst I was growing up and they'd had the exact same policies as the Labour government had.

My point is, the politics you grow up with (or grow up opposing) will probably stick with you forever.

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