Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Tory Manifesto

In the foreward to the above, David Cameron writes:

"A country is at its best when the bonds between people are strong and when the sense of national purpose is clear......" And a basic requirement of that is the need for the country to be self-governing!

"....and our political system has betrayed the people." By successive governments agreeing to sell our sovereignty without our permission and not being willing to debate openly, with the electorate, Britain's membership of the EU; by politicians reneging on promises and cast-iron gurantees; by politicians misusing taxpayer's money for self-advancement and profit; by politicians placing party before country.

"But in the end all the Acts of Parliament, all the new measures, all the new policy initiatives, are just politicians’ words without you and your involvement." And when have politicians actually asked the electorate what they want? All politicians have done is dictate to the electorate what politicians want! That is democracy?

"Together we can even make politics and politicians work better. And if we can do that, we can do anything. Yes, together we can do anything." Together we can do anything? Since when have the poeple and politicians been together? Unfortunately, due to the dictatorial attitudes of Cameron, we cannot do anything - if the electorate could do anything, Britain would no doubt elect to leave the EU today. The only way politics and politicians will work better is when politicians do really let the people decide - ie, complete devolution of power.

1 comment:

Sue said...

Don't you just want to tell him to f*ck off and die?