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Nigel Farage Beats Down Nick clegg


nigel farage wins with 57% nick clegg 37% undecided 6%

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interesting debate

I am 20 minutes into it, and while Nigel had a great opening statement and the first couple of minutes, now he is just repeating the "took-ooor-joooobs" silliness. Hope he gets off this track and focuses on the right of the British people for self-determination and self-rule.

self-rule = good
euro = bad
any limitation on free trade or free movement of people = bad

UPDATE: about 35 minutes in
Now Clegg is talking crap about how the UK would have less bargaining power when hammering out trade deals with the US or China. Trade deals? As Ron Paul famously said, free trade requires no treaties.

Now Nigel is back to self-determination. Good.

Meh, in the end, this is just two more statists arguing about how best to wield the One Ring.

UPDATE: 45 minutes in
Nigel is killing it now, talking about the European warrant.

“The welfare of the people in particular has always been the alibi of tyrants.” — Albert Camus

Nigel a statist? o_O I

Nigel a statist? o_O

I disagree, mate.

Nigel has some libertarian leanings

But I would not call him a libertarian. Overall, he is a force for good right now, especially since he does not have power.

“The welfare of the people in particular has always been the alibi of tyrants.” — Albert Camus

RE: "People like Nick don't think Britian is good enough ... "

~@34:00-35:00. Outstanding Iceland reference. Great argument that people around here should take notice of to use against surrendering sovereignty to global governing organizations.

Yeah, watched this last night.

It was Nigel being brilliant, as usual.

My tweet, when UKIP was trending last night.


nick clegg is sure gulping that water

Exactly what I thought lol



Nick Clegg tries hard but all he has is the fear card. Thank goodness people are not buying his brand of political pablum any longer.

"Jesus answered them: 'Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is a slave to sin. The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son remains forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.'" (John 8:34-36)

Missed this at work because

Missed this at work because streams are blocked, but Farage openly roasted him.

Southern Agrarian