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  • sandra noble September 20, 2012 at 5:45 pm

    something needs to be done urgently to help the elderly and disable all three parties forgot that they have a vote too.it’s disgusting the way the elderly and disabled are being punished for a crisis that they didnt create,it’s about time the mp’s started to relise that they work for us not the other way around!!i havent seen 1 mp stand up to atos a company that are killing people and our mp’s are standing by letting them.i think ukip will get alot of voters this time because all the current mp’s are only interested in lining the own pockets and letting the poor suffer

  • jeffery davies September 20, 2012 at 7:35 pm

    mps should hang their heads in shame at whot they allow to happen but no they still got their snouts in the trough while we miss meals loose houses and they call themselvesa christians shamefull jeff3

  • Humanity2012 September 21, 2012 at 2:15 pm

    They Should be Made to Realize that No Decent Person will Vote for Them particularly
    the Rich Peoples Tories and Liberal Dictatorcrats whilst the Demonic Persecution of
    the Poor and Vulnerable Continues

    We Need Mountains of Political Action to Reverse the Mountain of Madness of
    the Past Diabolical 2 Years of the Tory Tyrants in Office and the Public in General
    like Gormless Sheep Fiddling About whilst Rome Burns or should be Troy as so
    many Gormless People let the Trojan Horse of the Tories into office with the Liberal
    Democrats as Sheep Lobby Fodder as the Tories do Not have a Parliamentary Majority
    by Themselves

    We would Ultimately be Better Off with Common Sense Justice and Humanity towards
    the Poor and Disabled as State Policy as Opposed to the Divide and Rule Consensus of
    No Choice of Political Parties and the Resultant Misery and Oppression

    Kindness and Charity Not Cruelty and Capitalism

  • Humanity2012 September 21, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    Three Things to Protect the Poor and Vulnerable from Total Deprivation/Hunger Starvation/Homelessness

    1) Constitutional Protection for the Welfare Benefits of the Poor and Vulnerable
    in the United Kingdom which to Undermine will be Viewed as a Crime against
    Humanity.

    2) Constitutional Bar upon Assessment Harassment

    3) Constitutional Right to a Place of Residence

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