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View DanH's Profile DanH Online Flag SW2 25 Apr 21 3.03pm Send a Private Message to DanH Add DanH as a friend

Originally posted by cryrst


Are you saying any one not voting tory are full of honesty and integrity, ha ha your best yet!

No. Iím saying anyone voting for Johnson full in the knowledge of his lack of morals has a similar moral compass.

 


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Originally posted by DanH

No. Iím saying anyone voting for Johnson full in the knowledge of his lack of morals has a similar moral compass.

I voted for the party who would do best for me and my family. If you reckon other leaders have a better moral compass you are wrong. Many labour politicians and associated are just sneakier and employ a great cancel culture to keep it quiet.
The reality is danh that you either wear blinkers or are naive.

 

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Originally posted by DanH

No. Iím saying anyone voting for Johnson full in the knowledge of his lack of morals has a similar moral compass.

Thanks, you obviously know me so well to make such a sweeping statement about me and others that voted Tory!
I suppose that I did have the option of voting for that anti-Semitic party.

 

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Originally posted by cryrst

I voted for the party who would do best for me and my family. If you reckon other leaders have a better moral compass you are wrong. Many labour politicians and associated are just sneakier and employ a great cancel culture to keep it quiet.
The reality is danh that you either wear blinkers or are naive.

Apologies for butting in but I find that very revealing.

You see I have always taken the view that it is everyone's democratic duty to vote for the candidate who would represent the people in the constituency most effectively. All the people and not just me, or my family. Nor just along party lines, although that obviously plays a part.

One of the biggest problems I see is that people think "their" candidate has "won" so then expect what they want to be delivered and not what is actually in the country's best interests.

As ultimately what ensures success for the country is what is usually best for myself and my family the two are perfectly compatible. But the emphasis is interesting.

 

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Originally posted by Wisbech Eagle

Apologies for butting in but I find that very revealing.

You see I have always taken the view that it is everyone's democratic duty to vote for the candidate who would represent the people in the constituency most effectively. All the people and not just me, or my family. Nor just along party lines, although that obviously plays a part.

One of the biggest problems I see is that people think "their" candidate has "won" so then expect what they want to be delivered and not what is actually in the country's best interests.

As ultimately what ensures success for the country is what is usually best for myself and my family the two are perfectly compatible. But the emphasis is interesting.

If you are in a position to be empathetic to your local area then fair play. Many people can't and human nature is to be selfish to one's own needs.
As stated earlier wissie, charity begins at home which isn't just a saying, it's a fact!

 

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Originally posted by DanH

No. Iím saying anyone voting for Johnson full in the knowledge of his lack of morals has a similar moral compass.


Jeremy Corbyn took part in a 2 minutes silence for dead IRA terrorists. Where do people who voted for him, fit in with regards to your 'similar moral composs' notion?

 


In 1967, when Polish mercenary Rafal Ganowicz was asked what it felt like to take human life, replied: "I wouldn't know, I've only ever killed communists."

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Originally posted by Wisbech Eagle

Apologies for butting in but I find that very revealing.

You see I have always taken the view that it is everyone's democratic duty to vote for the candidate who would represent the people in the constituency most effectively. All the people and not just me, or my family. Nor just along party lines, although that obviously plays a part.

One of the biggest problems I see is that people think "their" candidate has "won" so then expect what they want to be delivered and not what is actually in the country's best interests.

As ultimately what ensures success for the country is what is usually best for myself and my family the two are perfectly compatible. But the emphasis is interesting.


Well, Johnson & Co have pushed a very selfish agenda since he got involved in any form of decision making. Their philosophy is of short term greed and selfishness that their 'supporters' have seen as the green light to do the same. This is why we're now seeing the fighting between Cummings & Johnson, short termism and greed over personal gain personified. This will trickle down yet again to the voters of course.


Edited by Orange1290 (25 Apr 2021 5.53pm)

 


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Originally posted by Orange1290


Well, Johnson & Co have pushed a very selfish agenda since he got involved in any form of decision making. Their philosophy is of short term greed and selfishness that their 'supporters' have seen as the green light to do the same. This is why we're now seeing the fighting between Cummings & Johnson, short termism and greed over personal gain personified. This will trickle down yet again to the voters of course.


Edited by Orange1290 (25 Apr 2021 5.53pm)


His decision to help people during covid-19 and buy millions of vaccines which anyone of any colour,religion or financial status can access.
Sounds not all that selfish to me but I'm a racist,selfish,greedy tory voting bigot so what would I know!

Edited by cryrst (25 Apr 2021 6.02pm)

 

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Originally posted by cryrst

So all tory voters are selfish and greedy?

The majority seem that way as they voted in a team of people that have shown nothing else.

 


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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 25 Apr 21 6.03pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by Orange1290

The majority seem that way as they voted in a team of people that have shown nothing else.

You only Pipe up on the back of someone else I've noticed. Danh in this case! Are you afraid to have your own opinion.

 

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Originally posted by cryrst

You only Pipe up on the back of someone else I've noticed. Danh in this case! Are you afraid to have your own opinion.

It's called a conversation/debate, that usually involves more than one contributor. Back on topic, you don't seem to be able to deny my claim, instead changing the subject. Maybe I've hit a sore point.

 


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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 25 Apr 21 6.27pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by Orange1290

It's called a conversation/debate, that usually involves more than one contributor. Back on topic, you don't seem to be able to deny my claim, instead changing the subject. Maybe I've hit a sore point.

I don't know the whole population of the UK so it's a bit difficult. I'm sure there are plenty of selfish people who don't even vote. My sore point is reached if you touch me beer or fags so you may struggle to get there on a forum. Still I guess your life must be very simple as you give away any spare cash each month to the unselfish. This is how it comes across che.

 

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