Representative Democracy

The basis of which all political parties do their utmost to ingrain in the minds of the electorate:

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  1. john in cheshire says:

    David, so true. For all parties but most particularly about all socialists regardless of which party they claim to be affiliated with. The day we begin to punish our parliamentarians for their lies, treachery, incompetence, corruption and blatent evil, is the day I’ll start to believe in democracy.
    I reckon I’d be a better dictator than all of those who currently lay claim to rule over us. And I’d get rid of just about all civil servants; especially in the Foreign Office.

    • Robin says:

      Hear hear .

      Its about time we stopped all this talk about “being at the top table ” , influence ” having our say ” input ” and other such rubbish . That gives Hague , other politicians and civil servannts a feeling of importance , but not the average joe . Just why does anyone want to influence what goes on in foreign countries , and what do we get out of it ?

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