Reply to post: Re: obligitory

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Re: obligitory

"binary contrarian voting"

I *would* have voted for lord buckethead in the last general election, if I had had the choice to do so.

However, given the constituency I live in, I actually had to chose which of two parties I really, really, really, didn't want and vote for the other one. Had I voted for the party I wanted to, the lot I really didn't want might have got an MP, because it was a pretty close run poll. This is not a perfect system of democracy.... *Please* can we have a system of proportional representation like that used in the EU elections.

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