Thursday, 22 April 2010

In Brussels, they're crossing their fingers for Nick Clegg

In Brussels, they're crossing their fingers for Nick Clegg

As Dan Hannan points out, a vote for the LibDems is a vote for the EU. They are eurofanatics and proved as much with their support for the hated Lisbon Treaty, which dissolved our sovereignty - and their enthusiasm for the European Arrest Warrant, which has just claimed another innocent victim.

The LibDems are not a cuddly, anti-politics party - they are part of the very establishment we all hate.

A vote for the LibDems would herald another term for Labour, and further erosion of our civil liberties.

Don't even be tempted. And don't waste your vote; if you want to cast an anti-politics vote, vote for UKIP or one of the other small parties or independents.


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