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Blanket Coverage? by Kid. on 2001-06-07 12:18:07

Another wonderingment, I guess.... Are you Americans snowed under with coverage of the election for the new 'President Of The Untied (Sic) Kingdom'? Or is it just in England that the American election made waves?

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Re: Blanket Coverage? by Tetra Grammaton on 2001-06-07 16:30:44  |  Reply to this
  Oh, are you having an election? That's so cute.
Re: Blanket Coverage? by Kid. on 2001-06-07 22:56:12  |  Reply to this
  Having, had, done, dusted. 48 hours is all it took. Of course, I exercised my democratic right not to vote, as so many Brits did yesterday. It was all so exciting, or maybe not. Anyway, back to the point, Kid.
Re: Blanket Coverage? by shlong on 2001-06-08 00:19:18  |  Reply to this
  There really was no point in voting. The bookies had already start paying out for a labour win. So shit is this countries leadership, I think the best way to head is toward Europe, and the sodding tories ain't never going to do that. As much as I also hate Tony, I think we got a better chance of getting into Europe via him. But thats my preference.
Re: Blanket Coverage? by Kid. on 2001-06-08 12:36:53  |  Reply to this
  Of course, if you were voting in 'The Calder Valley' constituency, you could have voted for the 'Legalise Cannabis Party'. If you want that sort of thing. I couldn't condone that sort of thing, obviously.
Re: Blanket Coverage? by damn yank on 2001-06-08 13:54:45  |  Reply to this
  "No matter who you vote for, the government always gets in!" (quote courtesy Jonathan Cainer's website -- he's one of YOUR boys!)