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Re: Delusion, hope or a lie?
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Talk about delusional?!

Anyone read this open letter to the government from Labour's Shadow Health Secretary...?

It's terrifying how irrational politics has become. Here we have a major front-bencher in Labour angrily demanding to know why the government is adopting a policy that he voted for only a few weeks ago. The questions and objections raised in Ashworth's letter are all valid; but it seems to me that the right time to raise them was before voting in favour of the policy.

Or maybe he should have abstained or voted against the policy until he had received answers and clarifications? Well no actually, because then he'd be out of a job.

Corbyn literally fired any front-bencher who refused to vote in favour of leaving Euratom. Seriously. So how the actual fuck does Labour have the gall to complain about the policy now?

We have truly entered the politics of Irrational Nonsense (we all thought we'd been there for years; but how little we knew, eh?) We have entered an era where politicians are attacking others for implementing policies they explicitly endorse.


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Posted by grufty jim
12th July 2017ce

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