UKIP - Tory Coalition?

Discussion in 'Europe' started by NonCorporeal, Sep 22, 2012.

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Would you support such a coalition?

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  2. UKIP: Oppose Coalition

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  4. Tory: Support Coalition

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  7. Other: Support Coalition

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  1. NonCorporeal
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    With the libertarian UK Independence Party on the rise and dissatisfaction with the bureaucratic European Union growing every day, there has been a lot of talk of the Conservative Party ditching their rabidly unpopular Liberal Democrat allies in favor of an alliance with Nigel Farage's freedom fighters. Would you support such a coalition? Why or why not?

    Being a long-time UKIP supporter, I am opposed to any coalition with the Conservative Party. The establishment is running scared and the Tories have proven that they cannot be trusted. David Cameron (the Tory leader) promised a referendum on the European Union, but then said "lolfuku" immediately upon assuming office (so basically, he's a politician). I think it's time for the last few remaining libertarians in the Tories, like Daniel Hannan, to jump ship and join UKIP. I would view an alliance with the Tories as "selling out" and abandoning the UKIP principles of freedom, liberty, and national sovereignty.
     
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    What's there to "support" or not?

    Same clowns, different combination...
     

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