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# And so it begins...

Those with only a passing interest in politics may choose to simply check out our first campaign ad:

Those who wish to get a little more involved may wish to give us some prime linkage from their site, get out and about with some posters or send us money. It'll cost just under 2K to get the smaller of these suckers driving in and around London for a week (including several laps of Westminster while Parliament is still in session) - but I want a BIG ONE. I want to campaign and campaign it HARD!

In fact, I'm putting up 750 of my own money to get us started.

These suckers have built-in PA systems, too - so we can have a soundtrack blaring out that tells people that Tony Blair protects them from terrorism and that sausage production is up 40% this quarter (in keeping with the glorious 5 year plan).

This is going to be fun.

(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:35, archived)
# there is an alternative!
vote for meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:37, archived)
# hahah!
"We'll make the trains run on time"
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:37, archived)
# yes.. and do you know how they do that
By allowing an hour for a 35 minuet journey, They fucked up all the times just before christmas. Dont actually correct any problems just make it look like they run on time because they have 10 minutes to get 3 meters down the track!
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:00, archived)
# Meh.
Love it. Good luck!
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:38, archived)
# What about boot production?
and the cost of chocolate?
*clock strikes 13*
Hmmm. May need to read this through more than once, to be honest...
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:39, archived)
nice. Rik will be pleased its started!
couldn't you get some one like Mark Thomas to pay the rest? He'd probably film it and say he did it though!
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:40, archived)
# I salute you
Now that is satire.
Woo yay houpla!
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:41, archived)
# That has made me a very happy man.
Nice work.
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:42, archived)
# But isn't Blair a chocolate minor?
EDIT: I need to watch this with sound after I've had a coffee... I'm really tired.
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:43, archived)
# That's brilliant.
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:45, archived)
# So, wait
who do you want me to vote for again?

Because, i'll do whatever you tell me (seriously :D)

EDIT: well, not ANYTHING. just ANYTHING to get blair out.
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:46, archived)
# Including voting Tory?
I'm not sure that's any better.

Everyone voting Lib Dem might be more acceptable. Sign me up for that :)
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:10, archived)
# I refer you
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:15, archived)
# I'm game.
Your constituency is

The candidate most likely to win is:

The candidate with the best chance of beating (Labour) is

Seat Status

We strongly urge you to vote for (Conservative), advise your friends that you will be voting for (Conservative) and tell them why.
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:17, archived)
# I commend what
you're doing. But there is no way on earth you'll get me voting in the Conservatives. I remember what they were like last time round and I don't think they'd be an improvement on what we have now.

What you're proposing is voting in Hitler to get rid of Stalin.
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:20, archived)
# we're not expecting the Conservatives to get in
but we have taken the worst-case scenario into consideration... and it's better than what we have now. Blair *is* a Tory.
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:23, archived)
# i was too young to really care about politics before blair got in
so everything and every party is new to me.

i don't want to be responsible for blair being in any longer. by not voting i'm responsible for keeping him in.

what i DO know is anyone has got to be better than blair. (except UKIP, Veritanned, and all the other twats.. but you get my point)
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:26, archived)
# This is kind of my problem
You were too young to care beforehand, but now you assume that anything has to be better than Blair.

I'm not defending the guy, but what we had before was certainly no better.
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:30, archived)
# Fair enough
Blair won't get my vote, but neither will the tories. I'd like to see the Lib Dems get a chance, as unlikely as it is that they'd get in.

Good luck with the campaign though. If by the end of the year we have Michael Howard in charge I will be hunting you down and beating you :P
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:26, archived)
# That's OK
but at the same time I'll be hunting down Michael Howard and beating *him*...

(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:28, archived)
# Have you identified
labour candidates who would gladly see the back of Tony too? Or do they not get as far as being nominated these days?
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:29, archived)
# I know there are plenty of them
but during this operation, they are fair game, too (see FAQ)
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:31, archived)
# comparing a Jew
to Hitler is mighty ironic
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 12:51, archived)
# Good stuff!
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:49, archived)
# Tha's
badass. Love the roulette wheel thing on your Vote Tony Flash ad.

ALSO: the link to The Uk Today is wrong on ur site :) u got a / in there instead of a .
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 9:57, archived)
# great idea
(, Thu 10 Feb 2005, 10:12, archived)