How do you know which party I voted for. The point I was making was that the libdems have completely let go of their principles for the sake of five years in a ministerial car.
Actually, you're right, some may have voted for whoever and not give a toss about the NHS anyway, it's the hypocritical oafs who are now bleating about the continued NHS sell off while voting for a party who promise to continue selling it off.
In case you missed it, here's the bit from Labour. The bit in bold at the end.
I think you mean the Tories are handing over the bits not already handed over by Labour, take Capita.
I suppose it's just a coincidence that Rod Aldridge handed over a shed load of cash to the Labour party.
As with B. Bailey, unfortunately the minority party you also voted for probably won't ever get the chance to renationalise it.
This new groundbreaking policy of a tax on bags is not really something that ( in the grand scheme of things they promised to uphold at the election) people would be too bothered about. I would sooner they had the principles to either fight to get through their own headline policies or at least not support the government when they tried to enact policies that were completely opposite to their electoral policies.
No the libdems just wanted to keep their ministerial salaries, and now we are being told that this new legislation is what we all voted libdem for.
Edited by Bostik Bailey, 14 September 2013 - 01:53 PM.