@Paul guess you identify with the latter group too - same old right wing crap. the tories run the country extremely well for the wealthy - but not for anyone else. anyone voting to maintain this status quo is just misinformed or oblivious to reality. And why do you use 'we' as in 'we all know this to be true'? who do you think you're writing on behalf of? The right-wing of Dawlish.com?
Maybe, guess you identify with the latter group then.
It's a draft, so TBA. I'll wait and see what unfolds. At least some politicians show willing to break the control of the corporatocracy which governs the UK. I'd suggest a cessation of tax avoidance by the super rich and corporations would be a start. As if the Tories had a clue about the costs involved in Brexit.. What politician really knows 'who will pay for this'? I know who's ...
It looks good to me, re-nationalization, scrapping uni fees, protecting the NHS, low-cost housing... the only party looking to take on the neoliberal status-quo. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2017-39879113 But then I decide how to vote based on policy not personality and I don't read hate-fuelled right-wing tabloids.
@webmaster you offered a personal opinion regarding @TheObserver 's post about a local councillor. that was hardly impartial. Your version of impartiality tells me what I need to know, so thank you. I'd rather discuss this here, why not have transparency? I don't want to speak to you - a written response on the forum is acceptable. Would you not at least answer this one before ...
@webmaster not changing or deleting posts or text within posts does not signify impartiality. impartiality: noun neutrality, equity, fairness, equality, detachment, objectivity, disinterest, open-mindedness, even-handedness, disinterestedness, dispassion, nonpartisanship, lack of bias
@webmaster I'm also not convinced that someone can be identified by the writing style shown by a handful of posts the day they joined when their old account dates back a couple of years. It's far too coincidental.
Still waiting.. and still no changes on the website. Just silence.
@webmaster see my last post at 21:30 and your last post at 21:27. Hypothetically how would a post by someone else appear at let's say 21:28 that hadn't been there before 21:30? how is that possible?
@webmaster you told @TheObserver 'i think you are wrong to denigrate gary for posting on here' at 15:52. Seemed like an objection to me. Objection: a reason for disagreeing with or opposing something : a reason for objecting