Monday, 29 May 2017

Tory Voters In Focus Group Say Theresa May’s Social Care Policy is 'Not fair'
Well of course it is not fair. 
How is it fair to ask people to pay for their own care when they can afford to do so?
It is much fairer to ask the guy making £30k a year to pay.
That way the kids of an oldie with a £1 million house can get an unearned windfall when he succumbs.
Shouldn't the tax payer always assist in the concentration of wealth?
Homeland Secretary Kelly considers laptop ban on all flights into US
That will make international flights to and from the US much less safe and much more dangerous
The risk of a hold fire will go up astronomically. What does she have against Americans?

Don’t Argue With Me!’ Robert Peston Tears Into Sir Michael Fallon In Terrorism Row
What was this politician thinking? He was facing a JOURNALIST with an opinion, and that is just not to be argued with!.   Mr Fallon acted like he thought the purpose of an interview was to hear what the interviewee had to say. That attitude is soooo 20th century. Today, an interviewee is merely there to let the so-called journalist express his own opinions. If an interviewee can't help that happen he should just shut up and let the journalist get on with it.

Durbin to Senate Republicans: 'Let's sit down together' on ObamaCare overhaul
Sorry, Dick. The other side wants to be able to say they killed something of Obama's and they do not care whether this is good for America or not; they think it is good for their re-election chances

Ukip leader says face coverings ban includes balaclavas but 'I've never seen anyone wear one'
Burkahs and Niqabs are offensive to local cultural values: we do not believe there are some people so high and mighty that none dare look upon their face, nor do we believe that one gender may look on a face that another gender may not. Wearing one in public in the UK is either a deliberate affront or an exhibition of colossal ignorance: the equivalent of a woman entering a mosque bare-headed, in shorts and a tank top.
    Still I oppose a ban: in a free society, people have the right to be deliberately offensive and/or pig ignorant.

Burkahs and Niqabs are  offensive to local cultural values: we do not believe there are some people so high and mighty that none dare look upon their face, nor do we believe that one gender may look on a face that another gender may not.    Wearing one in public in the UK is either a deliberate affront or an exhibition of colossal ignorance: the equivalent of a woman entering a mosque bare-headed, in shorts and a tank top.   
Still I oppose a ban: in a free society, people have the right to be deliberately offensive and/or pig ignorant.

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