posted on Jul, 5 2012 @ 07:36 PM
reply to post by Peruvianmonk
Not at all. Following that thinking, voting for Labour is voting for the continued degradation of British society, seeing as they openly admitted to
social engineering with immigration.... We know it ain't that simple though.
But you and I both know that when you vote, your picking the best of a bad bunch. You cannot possibly agree with everything a particular
candidate/party says, but you go for the one you think is the best option.
Considering my options in 2010, it was either continued big spending by Labour as if the crash was not happening, or a vote for the Tories to try and
reign in the deficit.
They promised not to cut NHS spending and they have kept to that. Granted, they have slashed and burnt everywhere else and I am totally against this
whole NHS reform bill they keep trying to peddle, but they never said anything about destroying the Army or privatising the NHS, these are all idea's
that came about after
they got in.
I'm as pissed off as the next guy and feel quite betrayed by what the Government has done since 2010, such as their promises of boosting British
industry but barely a year in and their giving a massive train contract to the Germans while 1,500 brits are laid off from the last train manufacturer
in the country...