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Artie_Fufkin posted..

[QUOTE=Mozza]You're a Tory. You support what they do, and speak for their actions. If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it's probably a right wing Tory duck.

The whiny left wingers thing is the Tory adult version of the playground wandering away shouting "I'm not listening, I'm not listening"[/QUOTE]

I love being told what I am and what to think, put thing sin little boxes and it makes life so much easier.

I've been a member of all the main parties but only when at university and to be honest, I only did so to pull girls and get freebies. Since, I've never been a member and to be honest, I think anyone who is a member is somewhat strange.

If you really want to categorise me, I suppose of closest to being an Orange book liberal. The state should be there to help those who can't and where possible, only help them with a hand up, not live their lives. At the same time, i think individuals (within reason) should be able to do what they want as long as they take full responsibility for their actions.

Now, back to the thread. I really can't see why Wragg is being slagged off for what is a very sensible decision.

I really think your political allegiance is getting in the way of rational thought