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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."



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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."


We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half sharp -
but it would be a start.

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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."


We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half sharp -
but it would be a start.


OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."


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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."


We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.


OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."


As opposed to some very nasty consequences that were entirely deliberate.



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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."


We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half sharp -
but it would be a start.


OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."


Like it. Consider it appropriated.

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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."


We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.


OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."


Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



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On Wed, 6 May 2015 21:43:54 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
...

You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.


OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."


Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



The only thing worse than multiple parties is one party.

I've got to admit that you have a bewildering number of parties. I
still don't understand how Parlimentary systems work.

The guys who wrote our Constitution debated whether to allow political
parties. It would be interesting to have a Constitution that forbids
any official recognition of political parties in government functions.


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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Wed, 6 May 2015 21:43:54 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
m...

You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."


Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



The only thing worse than multiple parties is one party.

I've got to admit that you have a bewildering number of parties. I
still don't understand how Parlimentary systems work.

The guys who wrote our Constitution debated whether to allow political
parties. It would be interesting to have a Constitution that forbids
any official recognition of political parties in government functions.


OK, the Tories came out ahead, but not enough ahead.

So people are talking about a "Constitutional crisis." That sounds
silly to me, since you don't actually have a Constitution. Sounds like
an ordinary, usual crisis.




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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Wed, 6 May 2015 21:43:54 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
...

You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.


OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."


Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



I wonder how much public "denialism" affected the election.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/05/0...t-in-election/




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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
m...

You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."


Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



I wonder how much public "denialism" affected the election.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/05/0...t-in-election/


Yup. David Cameron now has a majority government... no coalition
required.

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On Thu, 7 May 2015 17:34:20 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Wed, 6 May 2015 21:43:54 +0100, "Ian Field"
wrote:


"John Larkin" wrote in message
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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."

Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up
the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



The only thing worse than multiple parties is one party.

I've got to admit that you have a bewildering number of parties. I
still don't understand how Parlimentary systems work.

The guys who wrote our Constitution debated whether to allow political
parties. It would be interesting to have a Constitution that forbids
any official recognition of political parties in government functions.


OK, the Tories came out ahead, but not enough ahead.


The Tories got an overall majority, which has allowed them to form a
government.

Tories are motivated by the baser instincts; lust and greed - the best we
can hope for is the inevitable resignations to erode that majority.

There's something going on with a UN investigation into the welfare
reforms - apparently the human rights of the most frail and vulnerable have
been violated (there's been quite a lot of high profile suicides).

Like I said - the nasty party make the US Republican party look like a bunch
of raving lefties!

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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Wed, 6 May 2015 21:43:54 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
m...

You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."


Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up
the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



I wonder how much public "denialism" affected the election.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/05/0...t-in-election/


The Lib-Dems were widely seen as selling their supporters up the river. In
the last election, a lot of people voted LD because they didn't want the
Tories (but not badly enough to vote Labour).

LD claimed they would be the conscience of the Tory party, instead they
supported the Tories in pretty much everything.

Pretty much all their electioneering 'promises' went out the window. They
just trotted out the excuse; "we couldn't keep our electioneering promises
because we weren't elected".

There was a running joke; "the Lib-Dems don't have enough MPs to fill a taxi
cab" - if the taxi cab is a "people carrier" type car - that is now actually
true.

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On Wed, 6 May 2015 21:43:54 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."

Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up
the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



The only thing worse than multiple parties is one party.

I've got to admit that you have a bewildering number of parties. I
still don't understand how Parlimentary systems work.

The guys who wrote our Constitution debated whether to allow political
parties. It would be interesting to have a Constitution that forbids
any official recognition of political parties in government functions.


OK, the Tories came out ahead, but not enough ahead.


The Tories got an overall majority, which has allowed them to form a
government.

Tories are motivated by the baser instincts; lust and greed - the best we
can hope for is the inevitable resignations to erode that majority.


People are motivated by lust and greed. The best government
understands that and harnesses/steers that for the general good.


There's something going on with a UN investigation into the welfare
reforms - apparently the human rights of the most frail and vulnerable have
been violated (there's been quite a lot of high profile suicides).

Like I said - the nasty party make the US Republican party look like a bunch
of raving lefties!


Well, you get one vote, like everyone else.

I design electronics and do what I can to help actual individuals.
Getting worked up over politics is not only ineffective as regards the
greater good, it will make you crazy.

Think of all the circuits you could have posted, instead of all those
political cartoons.



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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."

Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up
the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote
and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



The only thing worse than multiple parties is one party.

I've got to admit that you have a bewildering number of parties. I
still don't understand how Parlimentary systems work.

The guys who wrote our Constitution debated whether to allow political
parties. It would be interesting to have a Constitution that forbids
any official recognition of political parties in government functions.

OK, the Tories came out ahead, but not enough ahead.


The Tories got an overall majority, which has allowed them to form a
government.

Tories are motivated by the baser instincts; lust and greed - the best we
can hope for is the inevitable resignations to erode that majority.


People are motivated by lust and greed. The best government
understands that and harnesses/steers that for the general good.


There's something going on with a UN investigation into the welfare
reforms - apparently the human rights of the most frail and vulnerable
have
been violated (there's been quite a lot of high profile suicides).

Like I said - the nasty party make the US Republican party look like a
bunch
of raving lefties!


Well, you get one vote, like everyone else.

I design electronics and do what I can to help actual individuals.
Getting worked up over politics is not only ineffective as regards the
greater good, it will make you crazy.

Think of all the circuits you could have posted, instead of all those
political cartoons.


If anyone else still/ever posted schematics here - I'd at least make some
sort of effort towards a contribution of my own.

This group has pretty much become a political blog.

Like I said elsewhere - when in
Rome.........................................

Besides, some of those pictures might now also be doing the rounds in
America instead of only Britain.



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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Thu, 07 May 2015 14:16:51 -0700, John Larkin
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On Thu, 7 May 2015 17:34:20 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Wed, 6 May 2015 21:43:54 +0100, "Ian Field"
wrote:


"John Larkin" wrote in message
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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."

Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up
the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote
and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



The only thing worse than multiple parties is one party.

I've got to admit that you have a bewildering number of parties. I
still don't understand how Parlimentary systems work.

The guys who wrote our Constitution debated whether to allow political
parties. It would be interesting to have a Constitution that forbids
any official recognition of political parties in government functions.

OK, the Tories came out ahead, but not enough ahead.

The Tories got an overall majority, which has allowed them to form a
government.

Tories are motivated by the baser instincts; lust and greed - the best we
can hope for is the inevitable resignations to erode that majority.


People are motivated by lust and greed. The best government
understands that and harnesses/steers that for the general good.


There's something going on with a UN investigation into the welfare
reforms - apparently the human rights of the most frail and vulnerable
have
been violated (there's been quite a lot of high profile suicides).

Like I said - the nasty party make the US Republican party look like a
bunch
of raving lefties!


Well, you get one vote, like everyone else.

I design electronics and do what I can to help actual individuals.
Getting worked up over politics is not only ineffective as regards the
greater good, it will make you crazy.

Think of all the circuits you could have posted, instead of all those
political cartoons.


If anyone else still/ever posted schematics here - I'd at least make some
sort of effort towards a contribution of my own.


Most people use a picture posting site or Dropbox.


This group has pretty much become a political blog.



It's pretty much dead. It can go days without a single post.

Most of usenet is dead. Sci.electronics.design is an exception of
sorts, some reasonable discussion and remarkably little spam.


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This group has pretty much become a political blog.



It's pretty much dead. It can go days without a single post.


Not if Jim Thompson can help it.... and you count off topic posts. lol

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Ian,

Not sure what you think the labour party represents,it certainly has no
interest in you if you are a white British working class. Labour died
after kinnock, and was buried by Bliar, and its reputation destroyed by
Brown. I'm by no means a supporter of Cameron, I am a supporter of
Britain. The country has been destroyed by uncontrolled immigration,
overwhelming benefits, destruction of the education system, pandering to
Europe. As these are mostly the fault of Labour, yes, I hate your stupid
fkin labour party, but the Cons are weak. Anyone I know with education,
money, career or ability has already gone from Britain. Sure you can get
the rich to move to London, but that's not going to do you any good is
it Ian?
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Not sure what you think the labour party represents,it certainly has no
interest in you if you are a white British working class. Labour died
after kinnock, and was buried by Bliar, and its reputation destroyed by
Brown. I'm by no means a supporter of Cameron, I am a supporter of
Britain. The country has been destroyed by uncontrolled immigration,
overwhelming benefits, destruction of the education system, pandering to
Europe. As these are mostly the fault of Labour, yes, I hate your stupid
fkin labour party, but the Cons are weak. Anyone I know with education,
money, career or ability has already gone from Britain. Sure you can get
the rich to move to London, but that's not going to do you any good is it
Ian?


There's no guarantee that London will still be part of Britain by the end of
this parliament.

We're in for another 5 years of the Tories flogging anything that isn't
nailed down - and quite a lot of things that are!

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This group has pretty much become a political blog.



It's pretty much dead. It can go days without a single post.


Not if Jim Thompson can help it.... and you count off topic posts. lol


That's been pretty much just background noise for quite some time now.



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This group has pretty much become a political blog.


It's pretty much dead. It can go days without a single post.


Not if Jim Thompson can help it.... and you count off topic posts. lol


That's been pretty much just background noise for quite some time now.


You are joking, right? Between his off topic threads and yours I don't
see much else. At least his are marked... I'm just sayin'...

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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Thu, 7 May 2015 17:34:20 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."

Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up
the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



I wonder how much public "denialism" affected the election.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/05/0...t-in-election/


The Lib-Dems were widely seen as selling their supporters up the river. In
the last election, a lot of people voted LD because they didn't want the
Tories (but not badly enough to vote Labour).

LD claimed they would be the conscience of the Tory party, instead they
supported the Tories in pretty much everything.

Pretty much all their electioneering 'promises' went out the window. They
just trotted out the excuse; "we couldn't keep our electioneering promises
because we weren't elected".

There was a running joke; "the Lib-Dems don't have enough MPs to fill a taxi
cab" - if the taxi cab is a "people carrier" type car - that is now actually
true.


There seems to lately be a worldwide swing towards conservatism and
nationalism.


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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Thu, 7 May 2015 17:34:20 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Wed, 6 May 2015 21:43:54 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."

Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up
the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



I wonder how much public "denialism" affected the election.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/05/0...t-in-election/


The Lib-Dems were widely seen as selling their supporters up the river. In
the last election, a lot of people voted LD because they didn't want the
Tories (but not badly enough to vote Labour).

LD claimed they would be the conscience of the Tory party, instead they
supported the Tories in pretty much everything.

Pretty much all their electioneering 'promises' went out the window. They
just trotted out the excuse; "we couldn't keep our electioneering promises
because we weren't elected".

There was a running joke; "the Lib-Dems don't have enough MPs to fill a taxi
cab" - if the taxi cab is a "people carrier" type car - that is now actually
true.


There seems to lately be a worldwide swing towards conservatism and
nationalism.


This is cool:

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/05..._wrong/?page=1

People tell pollsters that they are liberals or greenies, then vote
conservative.



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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Thu, 7 May 2015 17:34:20 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Wed, 6 May 2015 21:43:54 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."

Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up
the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote
and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



I wonder how much public "denialism" affected the election.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/05/0...t-in-election/


The Lib-Dems were widely seen as selling their supporters up the river. In
the last election, a lot of people voted LD because they didn't want the
Tories (but not badly enough to vote Labour).

LD claimed they would be the conscience of the Tory party, instead they
supported the Tories in pretty much everything.

Pretty much all their electioneering 'promises' went out the window. They
just trotted out the excuse; "we couldn't keep our electioneering promises
because we weren't elected".

There was a running joke; "the Lib-Dems don't have enough MPs to fill a
taxi
cab" - if the taxi cab is a "people carrier" type car - that is now
actually
true.


There seems to lately be a worldwide swing towards conservatism and
nationalism.


Our Tories - who's name is derived from the Gaellic word for bandit
(Toraidhe -pr Too-ray-he) simply use the name "Conservative" because it
appeals to the genteel folk.

The nearest we had to nationalists in the position of a legitimate contender
(UKIP) got about a million votes but only about 1 seat in parliament.

North of the border; the Scottish National Party made a big deal out of
wanting rid of the Tories - and in the process wiped out all but one of the
Scottish Labour seats, which could have tipped the balance. We'll have to
get used to that anyway - the Tories will almost certainly enact a law to
exclude Scottish MPs voting on matters that affect only England - but being
a unionist, David Conman won't exclude Scotland from the effects of votes in
Westminster.

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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Fri, 8 May 2015 17:40:53 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Thu, 7 May 2015 17:34:20 +0100, "Ian Field"
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"John Larkin" wrote in message
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On Wed, 6 May 2015 21:43:54 +0100, "Ian Field"
wrote:


"John Larkin" wrote in message
news:[email protected] .com...

You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."

Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping up
the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote
and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



I wonder how much public "denialism" affected the election.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/05/0...t-in-election/

The Lib-Dems were widely seen as selling their supporters up the river. In
the last election, a lot of people voted LD because they didn't want the
Tories (but not badly enough to vote Labour).

LD claimed they would be the conscience of the Tory party, instead they
supported the Tories in pretty much everything.

Pretty much all their electioneering 'promises' went out the window. They
just trotted out the excuse; "we couldn't keep our electioneering promises
because we weren't elected".

There was a running joke; "the Lib-Dems don't have enough MPs to fill a
taxi
cab" - if the taxi cab is a "people carrier" type car - that is now
actually
true.


There seems to lately be a worldwide swing towards conservatism and
nationalism.


Our Tories - who's name is derived from the Gaellic word for bandit
(Toraidhe -pr Too-ray-he) simply use the name "Conservative" because it
appeals to the genteel folk.

The nearest we had to nationalists in the position of a legitimate contender
(UKIP) got about a million votes but only about 1 seat in parliament.


This sounds a little nationalist to me:

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-32686955



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You have lost your mind. Politics does that.

"Politics is the competition of half-truths."

We'd like to replace the just plain nasty with some that aren't half
sharp -
but it would be a start.

OK, another quote. This one is mine:

"Liberalism is the practise of unintended consequences."

Funny thing though - its our liberal democrats party that's propping
up
the
nasty party in coalition.

The nasty party makes American Republicans look like a bunch of raving
lefties!

You can sum up coalition with the following: "we couldn't keep our
electioneering 'promises' because we weren't elected".

We're heading in the same direction as 30s Germany, with a long list
of
insignificant parties that serve no other purpose than split the vote
and
introduce the chaos of endless coalitions.

Hitler promised to sort all that out, and the German people shouted;
"wunderbar" - and look how that turned out!



I wonder how much public "denialism" affected the election.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/05/0...t-in-election/

The Lib-Dems were widely seen as selling their supporters up the river.
In
the last election, a lot of people voted LD because they didn't want the
Tories (but not badly enough to vote Labour).

LD claimed they would be the conscience of the Tory party, instead they
supported the Tories in pretty much everything.

Pretty much all their electioneering 'promises' went out the window.
They
just trotted out the excuse; "we couldn't keep our electioneering
promises
because we weren't elected".

There was a running joke; "the Lib-Dems don't have enough MPs to fill a
taxi
cab" - if the taxi cab is a "people carrier" type car - that is now
actually
true.

There seems to lately be a worldwide swing towards conservatism and
nationalism.


Our Tories - who's name is derived from the Gaellic word for bandit
(Toraidhe -pr Too-ray-he) simply use the name "Conservative" because it
appeals to the genteel folk.

The nearest we had to nationalists in the position of a legitimate
contender
(UKIP) got about a million votes but only about 1 seat in parliament.


This sounds a little nationalist to me:

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-32686955


The real issue is EU rules that mandate free movement of people in Europe -
they all seem to want to flood Britain.

When I go shopping, I overhear less conversations in English from people
walking past - now far more often its some East European language.

Another issue is the staggering amount we pay for membership.

This government has promised an in/out referendum on Europe, I may not be
able to decide which way to vote.

If we leave, we cut ourselves off from important trading partners - and we'd
still have to comply with a maze of ****wit EU directives on any export
orders we did manage to secure.

AFAIK: both America and Asia have to comply with directives like RoHS in
order to export to Europe - all I can see is that the only changes from
leaving would be bad ones.

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