As we have seen in recent times the UKIP is now trying to become a Lib Dem MkII and hence it is of no real interest to the Tory voter. Cameronís Tories are no longer, as we have also seen with plenty of evidence
(e.g. here is the latest today, on Good Friday http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...an-voters.html )
So both the Tory Party proper and the UKIP, seen by many as an alternative, have both decided their loyalties lie with the politically correct and those that support the destruction of our country by supporting immigration. The UKIP, like their masters in the Lib Dems, are the bigger liars because they say they are against immigration and yet they run foreign candidates.
The conventional logic is to vote Tory so we keep Labour out, because as we all know, the Labour Party ran this country into the ground. One of the biggest acts of treason they committed was to open the borders up and invite Third World barbarians in and expect them to just become civilised overnight. We know this failed as we saw in London last summer. However, the Former Tory Party is doing the exact same thing. It has not even been checking the passports and just letting millions walk right in. So one of the biggest reasons for not voting Labour is now one of the biggest reasons for not voting Tory.
So where does that leave us? If we vote Tory to stop Labour getting in then the Tories will ignore us. If we donít then Labour gets in, but would this be better? Might it teach the Tories a lesson for taking their core voters for granted? Maybe rather than not voting we could vote for the party they hate more than anything, i.e. the BNP. Certainly that would be a bigger protest vote than the politically correct UKIP? I personally donít much care for the BNPís policies in general, but Iím pretty certain they would atleast not renege on their politics of immigration. How about running independents instead, like saying someone who supports Christianity and doesnít lie and thinks that marriage is between a man and a woman? What do you think? Please state if you are a Former Tory voter or not. Thanks.
Personally I think if there is something to be done it should be done in a collective way. Say we got a million Tories to sign a pledge that they will stay at home on polling day unless certain core demands are met.