5 Responses to “Only Michael Gove might bring Ukippers back into Conservative fold”

  1. Anon says:

    Michael Gove is one of the bad guys.

    – Aangirfan

  2. Road_Hog says:

    Trust no one in the Tories.

    Vote UKIP. They may not be the answer, but we know that the LibLabCon certainly are not.

  3. Tapestry says:

    You think you can trust UKIP?

  4. Paul says:

    No TAP, we don’t think we can trust UKIP, but as a peaceful option they at least have to get us out of the EUSSR and it might set back the plans of the perverts enought to get more people off the flouride and TV

  5. NPP says:

    Michael Gove. Oh dear… he’s a digest and regurgitate facts and figures and official history education man.

    I went to see Nigel Farage speak in Diss back 2008/9. Ron Paul was proposing zero income tax in the US. I asked Farage about possible zero income tax in the UK. He kind of laughed off the idea and suggested it was not possible because the UK population is not big enough. It was a public meeting and he went onto other questions. I still do not understand why the population was a determining factor.

    Trust UKIP? No more than any other party. It seems any serious consideration about ‘life’ and organising our communities concludes party politics is a limited concept and something like direct democracy via internet voting on each policy a realistic future option.

    I’d love to properly explore the possibility of zero income tax.

    Farage became a freeman of the city of London. He’s a ‘club’ man where as I am not and so our paths will inevitably go separate ways. I can vote for him strategically to leave the EU centralised control system, but after that I suspect he’s the same old mind set.

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