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Old 09-07-2008, 08:43 AM   #1
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Do you think most people will stay in because they think the election is a farce and a forgone conclusion. With no main political parties challenging David David it offers a wonderful opportunity for people to get out and vote Icke?
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Old 09-07-2008, 11:24 AM   #2
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In the areas it's not known for a high turnout anytime.. even on main elections, .. there is a lot of 'I can't be arsed with it!' attitude around. Davis is counting on this I believe. ... not one person thinks Davis will lose, even Icke.. It's the scale that's going to shock, especially if Icke was second placed... with limited advertising and obvious blackouts of news coverage by twats like Simon Mayo, I want to make sure enough numbers come in to make them think next time it might be different, they will lose.
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If it rains expect it to be a small turn out with Icke elected.
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Old 09-07-2008, 01:12 PM   #4
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In the areas it's not known for a high turnout anytime.. even on main elections, .. there is a lot of 'I can't be arsed with it!' attitude around. Davis is counting on this I believe. ... not one person thinks Davis will lose, even Icke.. It's the scale that's going to shock, especially if Icke was second placed... with limited advertising and obvious blackouts of news coverage by twats like Simon Mayo, I want to make sure enough numbers come in to make them think next time it might be different, they will lose.
I would have thought a very small turnout might be more harmful to Davis and help icke?
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