Think carefully about Thursday’s election; the mood at the moment is dangerous as it leans toward voters either not turning out or voting to punish the establishment parties, both of these responses might see people acting in haste and repenting at leisure, think about the devil you don’t know before acting.
Should the MP’s who broke and bent the rules be punished? Absolutely! Is this the time to do it? Absolutely not! The embarrassing stories are already claiming careers and destroying reputations so there is no fear of action not being taken, like any other situation where there is this much evidence and argument it will take time to sort out and a rush to judgement can cause the innocent to suffer, that would compound the felony.
Best to let the matter be investigated properly and then make rational decisions about the future, like Tam O Shanter’s wife Kate; you can “nurse your wrath to keep it warm” before acting on all the facts. If you react on Thursday you will be doing exactly what the right wing Tory Telegraph has set out to do which is of course maximise the damage to the Labour Govt. If you want to punish Labour or anyone else then do so but don’t be lured into acting by the biased reporting of the “Torygraph “
MORE IMPORTANTLY there is another evil presence involved here; that of the NEO NAZI BNP and their apprentices in UKIP they are lurking under their stones hoping to capitalize on voter anger over the expenses scandal. They are evil parasites who would introduce the policies of Hitler if they got a chance, we must be vigilant against these morons and make sure they are destroyed.
Are you prepared to allow your frustration at the behaviour of the big parties to push you into giving succour in any way to such evil? Racism, Anti Semitism, the Culling of the handicapped (their language) these and a lot more are the policies of the BNP and their rancid followers, think again, and again before letting this happen.
Do you want to see a society where your children and your children’s children come under such influences, it’s not hyperbole; history tells us that it can happen.
The BNP dream of a society where the rumbling sound of punctual trains and the accompanying smell of burning books is ever present; crush their hopes on Thursday.