Monday, December 30, 2013

Will Government listen?

Will the Coalition Government listen NO

I have made it quite clear come the next election I will not vote for the Conservative Government I will vote for Gordon Henderson a Conservative MP because I consider him a true Conservative who is there to represent his constituents. It is about time Top Toff Cameron also listened to the people

Don't lift the border controls, grassroots Tories beg Cameron: Activists say he risk social unrest if the PM doesn't tear up plans
    90 activists and constituency chairmen demand that PM tear up plans
    Grassroots demand Cameron uses a little-known clause in EU law
    Activists also call for an 'emergency' recall of Parliament

This women is bang on, young women especially want to emulate men by drinking pints, getting wasted, swearing giving sex on demand hey may dress feminine but there is very little feminine about them, Then there is so called career women who think to have a child is just added extra alongside her posh car. On a recent Radio 4 broadcast a so-called career single mother explained her day wake at 5am feed the dog, 6am wake her daughter up to ready for school, 6.30pm take her daughter a friend, 7.30am child taken to child minder who takes her to school. Mother returns at 9pm. If that been a single mother form a working class background her behaviou wouild be considered Child neglect,

'There's no room for anything manly now': Feminist writer Camille Paglia speaks out AGAINST the loss of masculine virtues and its negative impact on society
    The self-described 'dissident feminist' believes society is neutering boys of their maleness at a young age
    She also believes the lack of people with military experience in important positions is a recipe for disaster
    An avid listener of sports radio, she believes these 'are the men that would save the nation'
    'Our culture doesn't allow women to know how to be womanly,' she said
    Paglia also recently spoke out in favor of Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson and defended his right to free speech

Self-described ‘dissident feminist’ Paglia, 66, believes that attempts to deny the biological distinctions between men and women is to blame for the much that is wrong with modern society.
'What you're seeing is how a civilization commits suicide’ she told the Wall Street Journal.
Paglia, a professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, is well known for her critical views on many aspects of modern culture, including feminism and liberalism.
She recently spoke out in support of Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson, supporting his right to express homophobic views.
‘In a democratic country, people have the right to be homophobic as well as they have the right to support homosexuality – as I one hundred percent do.
'If people are basing their views against gays on the Bible, again, they have a right of religious freedom there.' she told Laura Ingraham’s radio show last week.

Paglia, who is promoting her latest book, Glittering Images: A Journey Through Art From Egypt To Star Wars, told the WSJ that the diminished status of military service in people in important positions is a big mistake. 

In a previous Blog I moaned about Food Banks and how you are better of on the Dole Duncan Smith was doing a good job, here are couple of quotes I took of the Internet

My husband, who is 41 is a junior doctor – and currently on what looks like and should be a really decent salary – £42,000 a year. His take home pay after his student loan is £28,000 a year. We have three young children 6,4 and 2. If we were on benefit, with him claiming job seekers allowance and tax credit, we would receive £25,362.
We worked out last night, the cost of him working is £5000 a year – by the time he has paid his insurance as a doctor (around £500 a year) and fuel to get to work – we live in a rural area and the costs of running a second car.
So, unbelievably, even though he is a higher rate tax payer, we would be £2000 a year better off on benefit – and that’s before free school meals (worth £880 for two children), potential social rates on fuel, etc etc.
He currently works 60-70 hours a week – if he didn’t work, he could help with the children, do any house maintenance – and, financially our lives would be easier. And next year, we will lose our child benefit too, worth £2256.
We are not managing to live on his salary and have only just realised that financially we should be behaving as if we were living on benefit as that is our…

As a Plaster of 20 years i’d get £200 a day .£3 a metre squared. A week this is around £1000 wages. £200 for tax £300 for my labourer and £50 for fuel, after my bills are paided i’d have about £180 left a week. Since 2008 the plastering companys are paying only £1.10 per metre. This is £500 a week. £100 tax £0 labourer £65 fuel, this leaves me £65 a week after bills. So i got a job in a carehome, i worked there for three months. My monthly wages after tax each month were £900 . £400 for rent, £100 council tax £80 for fuel. this leaves me £65 a week. Now i’m on jobseekers allowance, i get £400 towards my rent and my council tax payed, and i get £67 a week for jobseekers. I,m not a maths teacher, but does this mean i am £2 aweek better off on benifits.

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