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♥ パール ([personal profile] moriarty) wrote2010-04-16 11:34 am

Eddie Izzard's Party Political Broadcast on Behalf of the Labour Party.

Eddie Izzard supports 'Brilliant Britain' (a slam against Cameron's repeated insistence that Britain is 'Broken') and reminds us that the modern Tory party are essentially Margaret Thatcher's children, and will take us back to the times of mass unemployment and tax breaks for anybody who has a billion zeroes on the end of their pay cheques.

Once again, I urge you, because this is important: find a party you like, and vote for them. If you're unsure of who to vote for, visit the party's websites or take the quiz on Remember, this is your country, and it's up to you to help take care of it by taking part in the democratic process. Researching party policy has never been easier than it is now, with party websites themselves, Google, Twitter and FaceBook all involved with gaining your vote.

Once again, if you do not vote and the wrong people get in and you find yourself unemployed because you're one of the expendable millions, you have nobody to blame except yourself.

Naturally, my message is to vote Liberal Democrat, because Labservative have had the entire twentieth century to get things right and they haven't. (Although I do think that Gordon did a good job with the economy after the crash, and nobody is going to sway me on that.) At the end of the day, though, voting is up to you. But take heed - David Tennant will be mad at you if you vote Tory. Be warned. He has a TARDIS and he knows where your parents live.

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