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Tories All in Together apart from the Disabled!

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On 18 Mar 2016 at 6:12am Mein Kampf wrote:
Don't you just love em..
The fascist Bullingdon Club f..kers!

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On 18 Mar 2016 at 7:11am They're coming wrote:
First they came for the unions......and I did nothing. Then they came for the disabled....and I did nothing..........
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 8:08am Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
The switch to PIP has already meant lots of people losing the mobility money they got under DLA, the proposed changes will make it much harder for people to get the care element.
This is such a callous, cynical move that it makes me feel really quite murderous towards IDS and Osborne.
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 8:34am Mark wrote:
I'm with you on that ANC. And it comes alongside tax cuts for the wealthy.
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 9:14am A Person wrote:
Agreed, ACT.

This might be one of the issues that our nodding dog of an MP is vulnerable on so it would be worth writing to her and getting her to signal discontent like the other Tories who've suddenly discovered their compassion centre.
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 11:22am Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
There are sneaky, hidden cuts coming along, too. If someone gets PIP or DLA care, they can be entitled to extra money added to their other benefits. That's all going to change under universal credit, there will be none of these additions.
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 11:37am Jonjo wrote:
All the extra money having to be found to pay the incoming migrants has to come from somewhere bless em
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 12:01pm Mein Kampf wrote:
This low life called a Tory Party is nothing other than a gang of destructors intent on furnishing themselves with vast pots of public cash.
The Hatton Garden safe deposit robbery doesn’t come near to the amount of money the Tories are stuffing & grasping into their private Swiss Bank Accounts!
To say their full of sleaze & are corrupt and full of contempt for the poor is an understatement.
They swamp the TV & media with vile attempts at vilifying the neediest of Society.
They ram it down our throats at every opportunity their seedy & vile propaganda with absolutely endless Tory inspired & financed TV programs.
Thank goodness they seem to have almost disappeared from Channel 4 and have been demoted to Channel 5 for the time being.
They have got away with this for far too long, because their relying on the poor & disabled to be unable to fight back, too scared & victimised to be able to voice their needs or voice their anger or total despair.
They are doing their uttermost to exterminate the poor at any cost.
Only once public opinion hinted at change and could stand for no more for this morally unjust policy, only then the Tories said, ‘The Disability Benefits Cuts was only a Suggestion’ !!!
They have already made CUTS to PIP - the Personal Independence Payment and they’re suggesting yet more? They’re truly sickening…
They want to dismantle the NHS too.
Their missions are kept silent and away from the public with the like of TTP and piss poor distraction tactics.
All the time this kind of thing is going on the Rich Tories are busy grasping for Directorships or some form of controlling aspect of these newly privatised companies.
The list of Tories with their snouts in this privatisation business trough is astounding!
The proposed sale of Lewes Post Office is just one example of how their policy of Fire Sales of Public Assets has effected Lewes. Who got rich from that one & who gets rich from that property sale?
Lewes High Street will become empty of public, civic buildings to be replaced by luxury private flats that nobody shall ever want.
These are just some of the reasons I despise the Tory Party..
I suspect that one or two of you will take great delight in attempting embarrass to improve my diction, grammar or punctuation etc..
Laugh at my misfortune if you must.. at my having suffered a brain injury, but remember your just a moment away from a severe accident of severe illness too.
You might use this as an opportunity to employ those well used Tory tactics of distraction or maybe not ..
Are you just going to sit by and let this happen to your Country?
These are just some of the reasons I despise the Tory Party..

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On 18 Mar 2016 at 12:41pm andreas wrote:
About your title: "Tories All in Together apart from the Disabled!".
Your supposition is that there are no Tories who are disabled. I think Conservative MPs Paul Maynard and Robert Halfon (who self-describe themselves as disabled) might disagree.
 
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 2:15pm Zzz... wrote:
A bits short on fact Mr Kampf. Perhaps you could provide a few examples of Tories who have got rich from the sale of public assets? Thanks in anticipation.
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 3:54pm in the NHS wrote:
andreas, you might like to know that if an MP is in parliment and disabled, they are getting paid a healthy wage, and get benefits in the form of conversions for use of office etc. Many disbaled people in Britain did not choose to be in that condition, and cannot all be MPs either. The chances of a disabled person earning enough to live on with all their needs is unlikely. Also, it is possible to be left disabled form your employment-that is another can of worms.
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 4:07pm Ghost of Maggie wrote:
Andreas I can't fault your argument.
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 4:59pm Tipex wrote:
The soon-to-be mayor of London (and tory MP) Zac Goldsmith has just been forced to resign from the disabilities charity he's patron of for... supporting cuts to disabled people's benefits!
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 5:17pm andreas wrote:
'In the NHS' - Yes, everyone knows MP's are well paid but that doesn't mean that everyone votes through self interest - there are plenty of wealthy people who want wealth distributed more fairly.
My point is simply that the title "Tories All in Together apart from the Disabled!" assumes there are no Disabled Tories which is painfully wrong.
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 6:11pm Tory Tim wrote:
Who cares? I'm all right Jack.
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 7:13pm Francis wrote:
Where's good old Paul Newman coming to the defence of his beloved Tories?
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 7:18pm Mark wrote:
I'd like to imagine that even Paul Newman would be ashamed of what happened yesterday.
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 8:26pm Bongo wrote:
If everyone on ESA WRAG loses the disability component, they should all demand to be taken off ESA and transferred to JSA. The money is no different, but the unemployment figures will be embarrassingly high for the Tory government.
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 9:41pm Bingo wrote:
A good point Bongo for those with a relatively "mild" disability, but the chancellor is targeting the Personal Independence Payment for those who need more care/assistance. I speak from experience of what I class as a mild disability, and being able to draw a small personal pension and work part time I am OK. No help from any government of either political colour for years as to getting into work, just luck and perseverance on my part. I'm sorry but I can't be hassled with the hoops they expect you to jump through to claim anything. 3 years to go for the state pension
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On 18 Mar 2016 at 9:43pm No more Blair Clones wrote:
Well Ian Duncan Smith has just resigned over it saying he couldn't support it and many tory backbenchers have said they were appalled by it and would rebel and it's now not going to happen.. so its really just Osbourne and Cameron who are awful really but we knew that already
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On 19 Mar 2016 at 6:02am Ghost of Maggie wrote:
Just rejoice and be thankful they haven't got the backbone I had. Damned vegetables.
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On 19 Mar 2016 at 6:07am cryptic wrote:
I see what you did there GoM - I googled andreas fault
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On 19 Mar 2016 at 6:39am Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
I love the way Smith's resignation letter seemed to blame it all on Osborne. It was all a bit "A big boy made me do it" imo.
Luckily, the clip of him joyfully punching the air when some cut to the vulnerable was announced in parliament will probably be on You tube as a reminder of how much he was a willing participant in the gradual demolition of the welfare system.
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On 19 Mar 2016 at 8:31am truth wrote:
thank god ids is gone ,2 left to go .blooody selfservatives.
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On 19 Mar 2016 at 8:33am truth wrote:
i curse those who voted for the conservatives, and the conservative party.hell is to come to them.
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On 19 Mar 2016 at 9:11pm Herr Wenig Krabb wrote:
SS Officer Stephen Crab the new DWP Secretary, when asked if he will adopt a different approach to his predecessor, he said: "Well what I hope to bring is the same passion and thoughtfulness that Iain brought to the job.. Some things never change the same old sleazy & sh@tty corrupt Tory!
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On 20 Mar 2016 at 12:10am Herr Krabb wrote:
This is the sort of vile leaching weasel the Conservative MP or SS Officer Stephen Crabb is:
See Link:

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On 20 Mar 2016 at 5:39pm Apple wrote:
Just sour grapens herr krabb, that's old news.
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On 20 Mar 2016 at 6:37pm wrote:
Oh well its old news then.. He's sure to have his self-serving piggy fingers in plenty of other money making pies..
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On 20 Mar 2016 at 7:04pm wrote:
Iain Duncan Smith was being asked to make more cuts for the working poor. It was morally indefensible..
Then its even more indefensible to make cuts on the none-able defenceless sick an disabled poor!

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On 20 Mar 2016 at 9:44pm M wrote:
Maria Cauldfield has been one of the biggest cheerleaders for welfare benefit cuts. She said that as a child she lived in a socialist state - think she meant Lambeth - and having no money provided her with the incentive she needed as people go soft otherwise. I notice she visits a lot of servicesc and charities for people with disabilities, perhaps they should charging her for the photo opps to make up for some of the benefit cuts she is keenly voting for.
 
 
On 21 Mar 2016 at 3:29pm Corbynista wrote:
The Tories are fighting like rats in a sack. I am overjoyed, but the idea that Osama Duncan Smith and some of his terrorist Tory chums have had a sudden attack of conscience would make a cat laugh.This is all about post Cameron positioning, post a possible Brexit.
 
 
On 22 Mar 2016 at 8:12am Normans Wisdom wrote:
Maria Caulfield. What a waste of fresh air she is.


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