Voting or not voting?

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Which of these choices have you done?

Voted for the wrong candidate?(Have to have selected option 1)
11
31%
Voted for the wrong candidate?(Have to have selected option 1)
7
20%
Voted for the wrong candidate?(Have to have selected option 1)
7
20%
Voted for the wrong candidate?(Have to have selected option 1)
4
11%
Voted for the wrong candidate?(Have to have selected option 1)
4
11%
Voted for the wrong candidate?(Have to have selected option 1)
1
3%
Voted for the wrong candidate?(Have to have selected option 1)
1
3%
 
Total votes: 35

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Shadow Reaper
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Post by Shadow Reaper » Fri Jan 06, 2006 1:17 am

Do I instantly get banned for voting Conservative in the last election?

I can give good reasons why I did vote Con...

(BZB gives a good explanation as to why i voted Con, obviously it doesnt really pay off i guess)

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Post by Shadow of Light » Fri Jan 06, 2006 1:39 am

voting just encourages poloticians .....who needs them make richard branson the new emperor and derren brown foriegn minister and banish all the poloticians to a big brother set some where in artic.

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Post by maxdamage » Fri Jan 06, 2006 1:44 am

[quote="Shadow Reaper"]No, this is what I meant my South African friend:



Not enough definition in it for my mind, which was forced by psychology to be picky about tests ]


Thanks for the explanation.Now I know what to do in "future" polls.....


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