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Re: Dutch (and Belgian) parliamentary elections
« Reply #375 on: 26-04-2012, 20:04:50 »
Waaaaiiiiiit a moment..

Who the fuck is this Samson, Wilders?
or is it the dog from studio 100?
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Re: Dutch (and Belgian) parliamentary elections
« Reply #376 on: 26-04-2012, 20:04:35 »
Samson is the actual leader of the social-democrats. And Wilders his first name is Geert so... Geert en Samson has been born.
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Re: Dutch (and Belgian) parliamentary elections
« Reply #377 on: 26-04-2012, 20:04:52 »
Diederik Samsom, the new leader of the PvdA, Dutch socialdemocrats.

Geert en Samson has been born.
And that CAN'T be a coincidence!!

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Re: Dutch (and Belgian) parliamentary elections
« Reply #378 on: 27-04-2012, 10:04:22 »
Marketconform rental prices! Oh no. So, no more maintenance, and a nice yearly bonus for the director of the housing agency.

My pension is already partly gambled away at the exchange thanks to these wonderful pension funds /puke. Yet, we give them even more. Uh uh. No raise for three years already, more taxes, more expenses, more rent, more this, more that. Maybe I should just crash my bike against a car so I can just sit at home.

D66 and Groen Links = backstabbers. Don't bet on a vote during my lifetime.
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Re: Dutch (and Belgian) parliamentary elections
« Reply #379 on: 28-04-2012, 21:04:56 »
D'66 backstabbers?? They are a centre party with a history of being pragmatic. They should take their responsibility and work together on a government budget. I am glad Groen links joined, they got some of their ideas in, however small it may be (lower the taxes on solar panels) in the agreement.

Good riddance of Wilders and his merry band of idiots.
Curious how the PvdA will fare in the upcoming elections, they really missed the boat not joining the agreement.



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Re: Dutch (and Belgian) parliamentary elections
« Reply #380 on: 28-04-2012, 23:04:30 »
I hope they end up with as much seats as the SGP.
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Re: Dutch (and Belgian) parliamentary elections
« Reply #381 on: 29-04-2012, 15:04:55 »
I hope they end up with as much seats as the SGP.
I think that will never happen. CDA however, might end up like SGP in 5-10 years, because the majority of their support will be dead by then.

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Re: Dutch (and Belgian) parliamentary elections
« Reply #382 on: 29-04-2012, 18:04:25 »
Its funny because thats actually true:p
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Re: Dutch (and Belgian) parliamentary elections
« Reply #383 on: 29-04-2012, 22:04:06 »
Haha, thanks Slayer for a good laugh after a hard day of work  ;D And yeah, it will actually be true.. And most will swap to CU I think..
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Re: Dutch (and Belgian) parliamentary elections
« Reply #384 on: 30-04-2012, 15:04:32 »
CU voters are more hardcore, but I think for CU the same road will apply. Voting results in 2026 will look like this when it comes to confessional parties:

SGP: 2
CU: 1
CDA: 1