Question Time Audience Member BLASTS ‘Naive’ Labour

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  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Everything, not just politics, it is easier to tear down than build up. To live in a free for all, rather than accept a little discipline, and by discipline, I don’t mean obeying orders, just common sense things.
    Austerity is no fun ! We have had it for some years now, and one of the results is cutbacks to many National services. The voting population is made up of all sorts of people, not just the good, the bad, and the ugly ! It is made up of the Skilled, the Semi-Skilled, and the Un-Skilled. Inside this we also have well educated, degree holders, that have not found employment for their ability, and are told that they are overqualified for Semi-Skilled jobs. Is it any wonder that out of this mix, comes very basic intelligence, along with people that have issues towards the inequality of life in general.
    The Labour Party is the parking area for the people with very basic intelligence, and the disgruntled. It should be noted that there are a few Socialists too, but they are a small minority of Labour support. Mr Corbyn and his group, will tell the people that they can end austerity if they are voted in as Government. It is one of the few things that is true from Labour, but at what cost ? Corbyn would set a record for borrowing, and on that loan, austerity would be eased, not done away with due to their MPs still smarting from being found wanting at the time of the Bank crash, which could not happen again, could it ?
    There are not many Labour voters who, when in the cubicle with their ballot paper, think about the effects of their Labour vote upon this Nation. The fact that Corbyn will borrow massively, and attract huge interest that has to be paid. The fact that the next generation and more will have to struggle with interest payments and live in a Nation that is deep in debt. All these facts do not cloud the voting issue. The future connection with the EU, OUT, but having to pay in, but not even as a member ! Then there is world history to be thought about. Argentina and Venezuela, once rich Nations, fell into the hands of would be Socialists, and are now financial basket cases ! Are, that’s them. That cannot happen in Britain. Why not ? Debt leads to insolvency, and no more loans !
    So, are you sure that Labour is a sensible place for your vote ? … … …

    • Roger Goodchild says:

      I am sure that it is not the most sensible place to register ones vote, so sure that at the last election, after a lifetime being an anti Tory voter, I decided to put my trust in the Tories to get us out of the EU as per the referendum vote. Today I am beginning to have doubts that we are going to leave without being hung out to dry by ridiculous EU demands for billions of £’s in some sort of Divorce settlement and damaging remainders tactics who are still trying to overturn the Brexit vote, to get their own way, something they are not use to not getting right from birth.
      It is so easy to criticism and mock people that are in the front line and trying to get the best deal for their country during these negotiations and then put forward some half baked cockeyed suggestions for a settlement deal, Knowing that you won’t have to deliver a deal, good or bad.
      I believe in our country and I also believe that a NO deal is better than a Bad deal where we are still in the clutches of this undemocratic regime known as the EU.

  2. Roger Goodchild says:

    I am sure that it is not the most sensible place to register ones vote, so sure that at the last election, after a lifetime being an anti Tory voter, I decided to put my trust in the Tories to get us out of the EU as per the referendum vote. Today I am beginning to have doubts that we are going to leave without being hung out to dry by ridiculous EU demands for billions of £’s in some sort of Divorce settlement and damaging remainders tactics who are still trying to overturn the Brexit vote, to get their own way, something they are not use to not getting right from birth.
    It is so easy to criticism and mock people that are in the front line and trying to get the best deal for their country during these negotiations and then put forward some half baked cockeyed suggestions for a settlement deal, Knowing that you won’t have to deliver a deal, good or bad.
    I believe in our country and I also believe that a NO deal is better than a Bad deal where we are still in the clutches of this undemocratic regime known as the EU.

  3. Richard Whinyates says:

    Why oh why do we have the establishment still be in enabled to give our democracy sovereignty away to a tyrannical lying cheating bunch of Phsycopaths

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