A Future Fair for All?
Apparently, Labour’s slogan for the forthcoming General Election is ‘A Future Fair for All’.
It is a curiously confusing and clumsy construction, turning an adjective or adverb into a noun. Unless they really are suggesting that Labour’s election manifesto for another period of government will grant us all nauseating rides and amusement stalls for our mutual entertainment.
It isn’t even original, but yet another well-worn, recycled 'policy' parading as inspiration.
But with the national debt currently (at the minute of writing) running at £876,848,942,591.00, representing a colossal £14,059 for every man woman and child in the country, and destined to soar to an eye-watering £1.1 trillion by 2011, shouldn’t Labour be talking of 'A Future Fare for All?’ – the fare they’ve shackled us with for decades to come? The fare we all get to pay for our journey into the future, irrespective of who wins?
And there’s nothing ‘fair’ about it at all.
It is a profound injustice inflicted upon all the people by this tawdry, deceitful and delusional Labour Government.
There’s nothing ‘fair’ about Socialism.