Old Wharfedaler wrote: space wrote: Old Wharfedaler wrote:
It was a simple question.
Even you should see the irony in someone who has cunted off Corbyn on here for the last 2 years saying he "nearly voted" Labour!!
It's a bit like Misura saying he seriously considered getting a season ticket for Pigsborough this year!
Utter bollocks but you stay in denial Tory boy!
I. Don't. Vote. Tory.
But thank you for demonstrating why I don't vote Labour. You don't even attempt to defend Labour policy, just immediately jump to the same negative politics that your chosen party has been doing since Blair got the leadership. It's the politics of innuendo and playground hair pulling.
Why would I defend Labour policy?
Chosen party??....where do you get that from?
So you're anti-Corbyn/Labour but nearly voted for them anyway!!
But you're not Tory!
That's one fucking mixed up kid!
I thought I'd gone on record before to say that the entire shitty system is fucked beyond repair. If I'm anything I'm an anarchist. But I've got a kid who will be going to University a year before this term has finished. It was entirely self interest. But I ended up listening to my inner self and voting for the local Green candidate (who happens to be the lead guitarist of the band I hired for my 21st Birthday bash 30 years ago - he's cool as fuck)
Brown and Blair should have put the breaks on house prices and lending by controlling interest rates and letting inflation rise some. But they didn't. The more house prices rose, the more votes they got and the more they liked it. Before anyone (who doesn't understand basic economic principles) realised what was going on we were in a situation where we couldn't either borrow or inflate out of a bubble. So they made borrowing cheaper to drive prices up more - the economic equivalent of putting fire out with petrol. And all to cement a bit more time in power. That's the situation Brown left.
We are fucked for two generations. Doesn't matter who is in charge. It can't be fixed in our lifetime without half the country being forced into default (at worst) or negative equity (at best).
But if someone (anyone!) tells you it can be fixed by borrowing some money to give the NHS then you are swallowing more bullshit (OK - I paraphrased the Labour manifesto a bit to save time). And on the other side of the coin,. we're not going to balance the books by starving the poor and ill. Both sides of the house are selling snake oil because no one wants to tell the electorate the cold hard truth.
If you can't borrow or inflate your way out of debt the only other course is to pay it back - and no one wants to do that because we're all collectively either too selfish to do so or too poor to be able to. Hence my humble prediction of 50 years of hard fiscal anal fuckage.
My outlook is this......
We are fucked. I am fucked. You are all fucked. Our kids are fucked. Likelihood is that their kids are also fucked. But just for fucking once can the cunts who want my vote stop lying the fuck to me and start telling me the cunting bastard fucking gob-shitting truth.
And that, Sir, is what I think of politics, politicians, and the whole rancid situation.
< fuck me that felt good. Please still talk to me. I'm fine now I've got it all out. I'll go take my pills now >