Thursday, 8 June 2017

God Help Us

I have voted
I took the dogs with me and William peed on the leg of the voting booth
Perhaps he put it better than I ever could.

38 comments:

  1. good on william! what do you want to happen with this election?

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  2. I am sick with worry about what is going to happen to this country. Whoever gets in we are in for some hard times, I work in a school, my parents have needed hospitalization recently and my 27 year old daughter will probably be living at home until she is 50. Whoever gets in, they better be good at their job!!!

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  3. Opinion pollsters have suggested that Theresa May will win 2,300 gallons of dog pee whereas Labour will come second with only 1800 gallons. Plaid Cymru are expected to gain three tons of sheep droppings. UKIP will be kippered.

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  4. I see political change in the wind,

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    1. I see plenty of wind in whoever wins.

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  5. from this side of the ocean (Canada) I hope Mrs. May continues to lead...........as I am a dual citizen, I guess I could have voted??

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  6. Voted. Yep God help us!.
    SNP will turn Scotland blue, but our wishes will be overturned by England.

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    1. Feel English are deciding UK future!. Choice here was Lib Dem or SNP , conservatives and labour jointly get less than 10 percent of votes.

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  7. I'm with William and, yes, god help us!

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  8. I do not doubt that the prevailing wind, aimed directly at May, will come from Winnie.

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  9. Going out to vote later though useless in my area as we know who will get in, however we shall all vote as we must x

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  10. As we say, I don't have a dog in this race, but it appears that UK politics are at least not as *nasty* as US politics.
    And Well Done William!

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    1. Indigo, don't believe it; UK politicians are getting more personally offensive and some of the debates have been embarrassing with the mud-slinging. Shame on them all as this is serious. When Parliament is sitting the televised Prime Minister's Questions can be odious with the childish heckling and jeering.

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  11. Now we all know how the Americans felt with their choice between Trumpet and La Clintone!

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  12. Good luck to you all. I hope your votes get you something much better than the votes in the US got.

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  13. I was third in the queue at the village hall at 7am. I don't want to get into a fight but I do think this is one of the most important elections as to who negotiates our exit from the EU. None of them offer all the solutions in their manifestos. We'll see what happens tomorrow.

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    1. Im with you countrygal, I feel quite ill. I feel that this is probably the most important vote of my life following Brexit.

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  14. I'm going out to vote soon ... I'll try not to follow Williams example ;-)

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  15. Voted early, but then I always do, whatever the election - National, Local, European, even Police Commissioner.
    I'm more than ever sorry now that a few years back the referendum on changing the voting system resulted in retaining the discredited 'First Past the Post'. But as long as the two biggest parties want it that way, because it's biassed in their favour, there's not going to be a change unless there's a big public demand for it, which seems as far away as ever. Sad, sad, sad!

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  16. So William likes to make a statement I see.

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  17. Surely it could not be worse than our last election....is it?

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  18. You know, I am feeling very giving today. You can have Trump. Please, take him, PLEASE!

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  19. I voted earlier, one of the 3 ladies at the polling station held the dogs outside. I took my wellies off and went in. 2 ladies were still inside. They had a helper to just hold the dogs outside as there is no where to tie them up at the village hall. I foresee lots of complaints in the village news letter about this. lol :P

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  20. My dogs would have made a better choice than did the humans in this country (although MOST of the humans DID make the right choice - or only sane choice). Best of luck to you; you have my sympathy and my empathy.

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  21. LOL -- well, why shouldn't he get a vote too?!

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  22. I voted. Shed marked Polling Station in a windswept field with two girls wrapped in coats and blankets and flasks of hot drinks on the table. All very cheerful. It is very cold here today.

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  23. So sorry it is that bad.

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  24. I voted too John. Didn't take - she would probably have done the same - she wees anywhere fresh.
    Now it is all in the lap of the gods.

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  25. Despite the seriousness of the subject matter, all I can think of is that you, John, in three lines, have summed up the whole thing better than any pundit, and made me smile in the process! In the past year and a half we have had a federal, a provincial, and a local election. I am ready to "do a William" if anyone mentions another election here ...

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  26. I like that ... I will " do a William" ...

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  27. Dogs at polling stations....a trend apparently http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-trending-40199067
    Arilx

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  28. William for Prime Minister!!!!!

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  29. perhaps william can pee on donald dump...I hear he likes things kinky...

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  30. Yeah Anne Marie in Philly! To change the subject my mom always said you didn't get to complain unless you voted. I always vote.

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