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UKIP candidate who published homophobic and biphobic flyers defeated in Staffordshire contest

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  1. Good. Proves that the UKIP voters are more concerned with the EU and immigration and not marriage equality – which is what all the anti marriage equality bigots are going to be saying. How anyone can vote for BNUKIP I have no idea.

  2. Robert in S. Kensington 3 May 2013, 4:30pm

    Wait until the UKIP/BNP delusional troll ‘beberts’ sees this one.

    1. Wake up Alice.

      1. Robert in S. Kensington 3 May 2013, 6:10pm

        Far more awake than you are! Your party will NEVER be in No. 10. Delusional at best. They’d make the UK a pariah nation.

        1. Spanner1960 4 May 2013, 8:01am

          Well the nation has still voted for the “party of fruitcakes and closet racists” as Cameron labelled.
          PN report one loss, but fail to mention the other 76 gains.
          If I didn’t know better Robert, I would say you were on a diet of sour grapes.

      2. what till Nigel has to stand up at the next election and tell people that his idea for the economy it to have a 31% tax band across all of us, ukip policy. No matter how much these bigots are crowing over this, no matter how much they are bothered by Europe, hit them in their pockets and they will leave ukip in droves. Good.

  3. Marcwebbo3 3 May 2013, 5:01pm

    Oh how I enjoy it when bigot homophobes fall flat on their faces…..clearly gay marriage is not a worry for the majority of voters but will that stop the haters?…no of course it wont but they are wasting their time

  4. UKIP. A party for the selfish, bitter and resentful with a dog in the manger attitude.

    1. Spanner1960 4 May 2013, 8:04am

      Well who made us “selfish, bitter and resentful”?
      LibLabCon have a lot to answer for. Their complacency and ignorance of the British people has cost them dearly.

      1. Well the Tories are nearly there to give you the choice to marry, Labour have allowed you to have protection in nearly every other part of your life , as I presume you are a gay man, and the liberial party , on the whole has backed them all. Pray do tell , what protection and rights do you think UKIP would have allowed you?

        1. Spanner1960 4 May 2013, 10:10am

          As usual, you people continue ranting on about gay rights – there is more to politics than one subject; yes, I am gay, yes I want to get married, but please get off the one track record. The EU is crushing this country and the majority of people have been ignored, fobbed off and lied to and it takes a fresh approach to have the foresight to follow a party such as this.

          1. But you still haven’t answered the question?

          2. Shame on you for voting for a party that does not support your equality and for believing the racist bullsht that the EU is the problem in this country.

            I’ve read your posts for some time and you are clearly a racist who does not agree with any form of immigration. You voted for UKIP because like the majority of other people who voted for it, UKIP have given you a facade and excuse to exercise your racism at the ballot box. UKIP’s gains in the election yesterday is the UK’s loss.

            If you are so educated about how the EU is crushing this country – then tell us all how? How exactly? And why go on about the EU so much, get some perspective, immigration, immigration, immigration – that’s all you go on about – you’re a one track racist record. What bout the other policies that UKIP offer – have you even looked at their joke manifesto? Do you even care? Or is it just immigration you have a problem with?

          3. Spanner1960 4 May 2013, 5:54pm

            @gohogo: The same rights that already exist. UKIP has no plans to change any of them.

          4. Spanner1960 4 May 2013, 6:02pm

            @Mark Y:
            I have not said to stop all immigration. We need to operate on a points basis similar to Australia and Canada. People that have jobs and capabilities we cannot do ourselves should be admitted. Anyone else should be considered on their merits and requirements.
            I am not a racist, I just believe my country comes first and we need to try and reclaim some of the untold damage your socialist ilk has cause with their open door immigration policies over the last 20 years. The EU imposes itself on every part of this country, from law to education to health to the economy, and it costs us £50m a day just to be in this obsequious little clique. How many schools and hospitals could that pay for? It won’t be UK’s loss, it will be our gain. Yesterdays results are just the beginning; the people have finally spoken.

          5. Bendy Carlos 3 Jan, 6:49pm

            A gay UKIPPER ? Hahahahaha. That’s like turkeys voting for Xmas.

      2. Well I don’t know about you personally Spanner but it seems to me that their core constituency, the Mail readers exhibit all three of these qualities.

  5. Robert in S. Kensington 4 May 2013, 1:54pm

    And with their wins, the UKIP still has not managed to get even one MP in Parliament. They’d need a significantly far larger number than one to have any impact.

    Labour gained 291 seats, proof yet again that equal marriage had nothing to do with the drubbing received by the Tories. As the saying goes…”it’s the economy, stupid”.

    1. Spanner1960 4 May 2013, 6:08pm

      They were local council elections, you f*ckwit.
      If you happened to actually READ the predictions I posted last week you would have seen I mentioned that the Tories rode high on the last general election wave, but it won’t happen this time. Mark my words, the seeds of discontent are gaining power, and by the time the next general election comes, UKIP will have more seats than your local Odeon.

      1. That There Other David 4 May 2013, 11:47pm

        Not a chance. UKIP may well split the Tory vote, but the only people that will gain by that will be the Labour Party.

        Ironically, if the Tories had supported the Lib Dems in the AV referendum they might actually have a chance of avoiding the coming catastrophe. Under first past the post they’re doomed to fail unless UKIP fall flat on their own faces.

  6. UKIP = BNP with braincells

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