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Silly Theresa May wants a repeal of fox hunting...now who do I vote for?

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Not sure how this makes people question their choice.

I, like others, know that voting for May will see the most vulnerable in society suffer. I know she's going to make the sick and disabled worse off and that people will die.

But allowing people to kill foxes is a step too far???
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airfix
People who hunt foxes are sick, are you crying for them too?


I've spent absolutely no time thinking about fox hunters over the last few years. I thought it was something we'd all moved on from but clearly Theresa May and her Victorian values want to bring it back.

What I don't understand is people like you who must surely be able to work out that the most vulnerable in society are going to suffer more over the next five years and still choose to vote Tory (like me), but begin questioning that choice when she says she's in favour of fox hunting.

Did you only realise she is a callous individual when she went after cute foxes or do you simply place their humanity higher than the disabled?
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DKLS
Thats why this has always been a class issue and not a animal rights issue. I have only met 3 people who have gone fox hunting, one was a mechanic, another a Vet and the last one owned a Recruitment consultancy. I wouldn't have called any of them a toff, just someone who likes country pursuits.Of all the issues affecting this country, fox hunting wouldn't make the list as an issue for me, I really couldn't care less, Foxes are far from endangered.


"Country pursuits"

Vile.
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Vote Corbyn, he has an amazing plan...it's a new idea called Marxism, will allow for a softer adoption by the new Soviet Union.
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Want to make a bad decision? Vote for Brexit.
hang on...

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Vote Corbyn, he has an amazing plan...it's a new idea called Marxism, will allow for a softer adoption by the new Soviet Union.
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Want to make a bad decision? Vote for Brexit.
hang on...
1 Like #5
Has she shot herself in the foot? What is she playing at?
#6
You can guarantee this will loose some of their votes.

It's almost like they don't want to have the good lead they have. Not that any of their opponents have a chance at the moment, will be interesting to see what happens next...
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One of many policies I disagree with, In this case it's hate the player, Not the game.

Anyone willing to let dogs savage foxes should be fair game if I unleash my dogs on them. Sick "Sport".

I'll still vote Tory though, There is no alternative.
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It was a back handed question, she said she may consider a free vote on the matter.
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shauneco
One of many policies I disagree with, In this case it's hate the player, Not the game.
Anyone willing to let dogs savage foxes should be fair game if I unleash my dogs on them. Sick "Sport".
I'll still vote Tory though, There is no alternative.

Shows your morals.
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Not exactly what she said.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/05/09/theresa-may-pledges-lift-dropping-fox-hunting-pledge-conservative/

The press no doubt will exaggerate this as the days go by. At least she has give Tim and Jeremy (the hopeless comedians) something tangible to discuss.

Edited By: Predikuesi on May 10, 2017 09:22
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Not sure how this makes people question their choice.

I, like others, know that voting for May will see the most vulnerable in society suffer. I know she's going to make the sick and disabled worse off and that people will die.

But allowing people to kill foxes is a step too far???
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Not sure how this makes people question their choice.
I, like others, know that voting for May will see the most vulnerable in society suffer. I know she's going to make the sick and disabled worse off and that people will die.
But allowing people to kill foxes is a step too far???
People who hunt foxes are sick, are you crying for them too?
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This hasn't changed at all, the pledge to allow a free vote on overturning the ban on hunting appeared in the Conservative manifestos in 2005, 2010 and 2015.
Nothing new.
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As if most people who vote for these **** actually reads their manifesto!

Edited By: cdm22 on May 10, 2017 09:23
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Not sure how this makes people question their choice.
I, like others, know that voting for May will see the most vulnerable in society suffer. I know she's going to make the sick and disabled worse off and that people will die.
But allowing people to kill foxes is a step too far???
People who hunt foxes are sick, are you crying for them too?

Rather missing the sarcasm in there I feel.
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airfix
People who hunt foxes are sick, are you crying for them too?


I've spent absolutely no time thinking about fox hunters over the last few years. I thought it was something we'd all moved on from but clearly Theresa May and her Victorian values want to bring it back.

What I don't understand is people like you who must surely be able to work out that the most vulnerable in society are going to suffer more over the next five years and still choose to vote Tory (like me), but begin questioning that choice when she says she's in favour of fox hunting.

Did you only realise she is a callous individual when she went after cute foxes or do you simply place their humanity higher than the disabled?
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shasnir
This hasn't changed at all, the pledge to allow a free vote on overturning the ban on hunting appeared in the Conservative manifestos in 2005, 2010 and 2015.
Nothing new.

Her saying she was in favour of fox hunting is new is it not? During an election campaign no less.

I know you are a fan of hers because you recognise that it's your duty to sacrifice your own standard of living for individuals wealthier than you, but you are allowed to question some of the things she says.

Just remember to vote for her as you've been told to, ok? Don't start think that your family's needs are as important as people earning £100k + pa
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Not sure how this makes people question their choice.
I, like others, know that voting for May will see the most vulnerable in society suffer. I know she's going to make the sick and disabled worse off and that people will die.
But allowing people to kill foxes is a step too far???
People who hunt foxes are sick, are you crying for them too?
I've spent absolutely no time thinking about fox hunters over the last few years. I thought it was something we'd all moved on from but clearly Theresa May and her Victorian values want to bring it back.
What I don't understand is people like you who must surely be able to work out that the most vulnerable in society are going to suffer more over the next five years and still choose to vote Tory (like me), but begin questioning that choice when she says she's in favour of fox hunting.
Did you only realise she is a callous individual when she went after cute foxes or do you simply place their humanity higher than the disabled?
Oh, you mean will someone think of the children? Didums
Fox hunting is opposed by over 75% of the British population.

https://www.google.com/amp/www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/opposition-to-fox-hunting-hits-all-time-high-with-even-most-tory-voters-opposed-a6786411.html?amp
It would be a mistake to repeal the banning of this barbaric Behaviour.
The return of fox hunting would be regressive and those opposed will come out in huge numbers.

Edited By: airfix on May 10, 2017 09:34
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shasnir
This hasn't changed at all, the pledge to allow a free vote on overturning the ban on hunting appeared in the Conservative manifestos in 2005, 2010 and 2015.
Nothing new.
Her saying she was in favour of fox hunting is new is it not? During an election campaign no less.
I know you are a fan of hers because you recognise that it's your duty to sacrifice your own standard of living for individuals wealthier than you, but you are allowed to question some of the things she says.
Just remember to vote for her as you've been told to, ok? Don't start think that your family's needs are as important as people earning £100k + pa

This thing you have of trying to convince people!e to vote for anyone who will keep us locked into the EU on almost every post no matter what the topic is is getting tedious, this post is about hunting.
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This hasn't changed at all, the pledge to allow a free vote on overturning the ban on hunting appeared in the Conservative manifestos in 2005, 2010 and 2015.
Nothing new.
Her saying she was in favour of fox hunting is new is it not? During an election campaign no less.
I know you are a fan of hers because you recognise that it's your duty to sacrifice your own standard of living for individuals wealthier than you, but you are allowed to question some of the things she says.
Just remember to vote for her as you've been told to, ok? Don't start think that your family's needs are as important as people earning £100k + pa
This thing you have of trying to convince people!e to vote for anyone who will keep us locked into the EU on almost every post no matter what the topic is is getting tedious, this post is about hunting.

I'm happy to leave the EU. It won't negatively impact my life and the Tory government will reduce the tax burden on both my family and my employer whilst cutting the services that you probably use.

I find it hilarious that people like you have voted to make it harder for you to do the things people like me managed, like getting on the housing ladder.

What I don't understand is this fuss over fox hunting when we all know that the Tories are going to take a chainsaw to public services in the next government. How else will they reduce my tax rate and my employers corporation tax rate, or plug the hole in tax receipts.

You voted to leave the EU and that's fine. But you can't tell me how it benefitted you. I can right now put a dollar amount on the benefit of the referendum vote to leave, as can many of the people who convinced you to vote leave. That's the difference between you and I.
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This hasn't changed at all, the pledge to allow a free vote on overturning the ban on hunting appeared in the Conservative manifestos in 2005, 2010 and 2015.
Nothing new.
Her saying she was in favour of fox hunting is new is it not? During an election campaign no less.
I know you are a fan of hers because you recognise that it's your duty to sacrifice your own standard of living for individuals wealthier than you, but you are allowed to question some of the things she says.
Just remember to vote for her as you've been told to, ok? Don't start think that your family's needs are as important as people earning £100k + pa
This thing you have of trying to convince people!e to vote for anyone who will keep us locked into the EU on almost every post no matter what the topic is is getting tedious, this post is about hunting.

I'm happy to leave the EU. It won't negatively impact my life and the Tory government will reduce the tax burden on both my family and my employer whilst cutting the services that you probably use.

I find it hilarious that people like you have voted to make it harder for you to do the things people like me managed, like getting on the housing ladder.

What I don't understand is this fuss over fox hunting when we all know that the Tories are going to take a chainsaw to public services in the next government. How else will they reduce my tax rate and my employers corporation tax rate, or plug the hole in tax receipts.

You voted to leave the EU and that's fine. But you can't tell me how it benefitted you. I can right now put a dollar amount on the benefit of the referendum vote to leave, as can many of the people who convinced you to vote leave. That's the difference between you and I.


what's really hilarious is someone voting Tory (allegedly) telling everyone else to not vote for them. you really couldn't make it up, or maybe you could.
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This hasn't changed at all, the pledge to allow a free vote on overturning the ban on hunting appeared in the Conservative manifestos in 2005, 2010 and 2015.
Nothing new.
Her saying she was in favour of fox hunting is new is it not? During an election campaign no less.
I know you are a fan of hers because you recognise that it's your duty to sacrifice your own standard of living for individuals wealthier than you, but you are allowed to question some of the things she says.
Just remember to vote for her as you've been told to, ok? Don't start think that your family's needs are as important as people earning £100k + pa
This thing you have of trying to convince people!e to vote for anyone who will keep us locked into the EU on almost every post no matter what the topic is is getting tedious, this post is about hunting.

I'm happy to leave the EU. It won't negatively impact my life and the Tory government will reduce the tax burden on both my family and my employer whilst cutting the services that you probably use.

I find it hilarious that people like you have voted to make it harder for you to do the things people like me managed, like getting on the housing ladder.

What I don't understand is this fuss over fox hunting when we all know that the Tories are going to take a chainsaw to public services in the next government. How else will they reduce my tax rate and my employers corporation tax rate, or plug the hole in tax receipts.

You voted to leave the EU and that's fine. But you can't tell me how it benefitted you. I can right now put a dollar amount on the benefit of the referendum vote to leave, as can many of the people who convinced you to vote leave. That's the difference between you and I.


you keep telling us you can tell us the dollar amount but fail to tell us that amount, it would be nice in pounds sterling though.
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shasnir
This hasn't changed at all, the pledge to allow a free vote on overturning the ban on hunting appeared in the Conservative manifestos in 2005, 2010 and 2015.
Nothing new.
Her saying she was in favour of fox hunting is new is it not? During an election campaign no less.
I know you are a fan of hers because you recognise that it's your duty to sacrifice your own standard of living for individuals wealthier than you, but you are allowed to question some of the things she says.
Just remember to vote for her as you've been told to, ok? Don't start think that your family's needs are as important as people earning £100k + pa
This thing you have of trying to convince people!e to vote for anyone who will keep us locked into the EU on almost every post no matter what the topic is is getting tedious, this post is about hunting.
I'm happy to leave the EU. It won't negatively impact my life and the Tory government will reduce the tax burden on both my family and my employer whilst cutting the services that you probably use.
I find it hilarious that people like you have voted to make it harder for you to do the things people like me managed, like getting on the housing ladder.
What I don't understand is this fuss over fox hunting when we all know that the Tories are going to take a chainsaw to public services in the next government. How else will they reduce my tax rate and my employers corporation tax rate, or plug the hole in tax receipts.
You voted to leave the EU and that's fine. But you can't tell me how it benefitted you. I can right now put a dollar amount on the benefit of the referendum vote to leave, as can many of the people who convinced you to vote leave. That's the difference between you and I.
what's really hilarious is someone voting Tory (allegedly) telling everyone else to not vote for them. you really couldn't make it up, or maybe you could.

Who do I tell not to vote Tory?

I say anyone who earns less that c.£50k pa or relies on public services shouldn't vote for them and that's true. They won't do anything for you.

But I still want them to win in order to benefit my family.
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Not sure how this makes people question their choice.
I, like others, know that voting for May will see the most vulnerable in society suffer. I know she's going to make the sick and disabled worse off and that people will die.
But allowing people to kill foxes is a step too far???
People who hunt foxes are sick, are you crying for them too?
I've spent absolutely no time thinking about fox hunters over the last few years. I thought it was something we'd all moved on from but clearly Theresa May and her Victorian values want to bring it back.
What I don't understand is people like you who must surely be able to work out that the most vulnerable in society are going to suffer more over the next five years and still choose to vote Tory (like me), but begin questioning that choice when she says she's in favour of fox hunting.
Did you only realise she is a callous individual when she went after cute foxes or do you simply place their humanity higher than the disabled?
Oh, you mean will someone think of the children? Didums
Fox hunting is opposed by over 75% of the British population.https://www.google.com/amp/www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/opposition-to-fox-hunting-hits-all-time-high-with-even-most-tory-voters-opposed-a6786411.html?amp
It would be a mistake to repeal the banning of this barbaric Behaviour.
The return of fox hunting would be regressive and those opposed will come out in huge numbers.
I think about my children. Your children I couldn't care less about.
I don't pretend that I'm voting for May in the belief she's going to help people though. I know she's going to cut the services that vulnerable people and average people alike use.
So to then suffer a conflict when she says she's in favour of fox hunting is bizarre. Maybe you identify with foxes more than you do humans which leads to a moral conflict that requires you asking people on a shopping forum what you should do.
Me, I'm comfortable with the choice I've made and killing vermin doesn't change that.
You support the toffs who go out and rip foxes apart with dogs, you sound sadistic, god help your off spring that's all I can say.

You don't seem to understand.

I don't support fox hunting in the slightest but my point is that the Tories are going to cut the services that sick and disabled people rely on to keep them alive. You know this, I know this, we all know this.

Some of the most vulnerable people in society will die under the Tories.

But what apparently troubles you is foxes being killed.

Priorities man. Let's be honest, neither of us is considering voting Tory to benefit anyone other than ourselves.
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dtovey89
shauneco
One of many policies I disagree with, In this case it's hate the player, Not the game.
Anyone willing to let dogs savage foxes should be fair game if I unleash my dogs on them. Sick "Sport".
I'll still vote Tory though, There is no alternative.

Shows your morals.


your bias is also clear.

Will you vote for an opposition whose party are led by a buffoon, Corbyn is far left and as such as dangerous as voting for an extremist party like BNP.
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shasnir
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shasnir
This hasn't changed at all, the pledge to allow a free vote on overturning the ban on hunting appeared in the Conservative manifestos in 2005, 2010 and 2015.
Nothing new.
Her saying she was in favour of fox hunting is new is it not? During an election campaign no less.
I know you are a fan of hers because you recognise that it's your duty to sacrifice your own standard of living for individuals wealthier than you, but you are allowed to question some of the things she says.
Just remember to vote for her as you've been told to, ok? Don't start think that your family's needs are as important as people earning £100k + pa
This thing you have of trying to convince people!e to vote for anyone who will keep us locked into the EU on almost every post no matter what the topic is is getting tedious, this post is about hunting.
I'm happy to leave the EU. It won't negatively impact my life and the Tory government will reduce the tax burden on both my family and my employer whilst cutting the services that you probably use.

I find it hilarious that people like you have voted to make it harder for you to do the things people like me managed, like getting on the housing ladder.

What I don't understand is this fuss over fox hunting when we all know that the Tories are going to take a chainsaw to public services in the next government. How else will they reduce my tax rate and my employers corporation tax rate, or plug the hole in tax receipts.

You voted to leave the EU and that's fine. But you can't tell me how it benefitted you. I can right now put a dollar amount on the benefit of the referendum vote to leave, as can many of the people who convinced you to vote leave. That's the difference between you and I.

you keep telling us you can tell us the dollar amount but fail to tell us that amount, it would be nice in pounds sterling though.

My first employer gave me restricted shares worth roughly $10k every year for my five years of employment in my mid-20s. By the start of 2015 they were worth just over $70k. So I'm sure even you can work out how the fall in the value of the £ affected those shares.

This is what a lot of people who voted leave wanted. I didn't but I was happy to take that bonus.
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shauneco
One of many policies I disagree with, In this case it's hate the player, Not the game.
Anyone willing to let dogs savage foxes should be fair game if I unleash my dogs on them. Sick "Sport".
I'll still vote Tory though, There is no alternative.
Shows your morals.

your bias is also clear.

Will you vote for an opposition whose party are led by a buffoon, Corbyn is far left and as such as dangerous as voting for an extremist party like BNP.

Were you not taught politics at school. Corbyn is left-wing, too left-wing to win a UK election, but he isn't far-left by any means. Why you use terms like this I don't know.

Personally I think some of his positions are right. A lot of the rail network could do we privatising despite my admiration for companies like virgin trains. We do need to invest in the NHS if it is to survive, but privatisation seems inevitable now.

But do I want him to win? Lord no. Why should I pay more tax?
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davewave
your bias is also clear. Will you vote for an opposition whose party are led by a buffoon, Corbyn is far left and as such as dangerous as voting for an extremist party like BNP.


Okay Dave. Corbyn is an undercover KGB agent. Whatever you say X)
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davewave
dtovey89
shauneco
One of many policies I disagree with, In this case it's hate the player, Not the game.
Anyone willing to let dogs savage foxes should be fair game if I unleash my dogs on them. Sick "Sport".
I'll still vote Tory though, There is no alternative.
Shows your morals.
your bias is also clear.
Will you vote for an opposition whose party are led by a buffoon, Corbyn is far left and as such as dangerous as voting for an extremist party like BNP.
Corbyn - "Dangerous"?
But he wears sandals and his favourite biscuit is shortbread.

Edited By: buddhabelly on May 10, 2017 10:43
#30
davewave
Vote Corbyn, he has an amazing plan...it's a new idea called Marxism, will allow for a softer adoption by the new Soviet Union.

just for you dave
#31
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Not sure how this makes people question their choice.
I, like others, know that voting for May will see the most vulnerable in society suffer. I know she's going to make the sick and disabled worse off and that people will die.
But allowing people to kill foxes is a step too far???
People who hunt foxes are sick, are you crying for them too?
I've spent absolutely no time thinking about fox hunters over the last few years. I thought it was something we'd all moved on from but clearly Theresa May and her Victorian values want to bring it back.
What I don't understand is people like you who must surely be able to work out that the most vulnerable in society are going to suffer more over the next five years and still choose to vote Tory (like me), but begin questioning that choice when she says she's in favour of fox hunting.
Did you only realise she is a callous individual when she went after cute foxes or do you simply place their humanity higher than the disabled?
Oh, you mean will someone think of the children? Didums
Fox hunting is opposed by over 75% of the British population.https://www.google.com/amp/www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/opposition-to-fox-hunting-hits-all-time-high-with-even-most-tory-voters-opposed-a6786411.html?amp
It would be a mistake to repeal the banning of this barbaric Behaviour.
The return of fox hunting would be regressive and those opposed will come out in huge numbers.
I think about my children. Your children I couldn't care less about.
I don't pretend that I'm voting for May in the belief she's going to help people though. I know she's going to cut the services that vulnerable people and average people alike use.
So to then suffer a conflict when she says she's in favour of fox hunting is bizarre. Maybe you identify with foxes more than you do humans which leads to a moral conflict that requires you asking people on a shopping forum what you should do.
Me, I'm comfortable with the choice I've made and killing vermin doesn't change that.
You support the toffs who go out and rip foxes apart with dogs, you sound sadistic, god help your off spring that's all I can say.

Thats why this has always been a class issue and not a animal rights issue.

I have only met 3 people who have gone fox hunting, one was a mechanic, another a Vet and the last one owned a Recruitment consultancy. I wouldn't have called any of them a toff, just someone who likes country pursuits.

Of all the issues affecting this country, fox hunting wouldn't make the list as an issue for me, I really couldn't care less, Foxes are far from endangered.
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DKLS
Thats why this has always been a class issue and not a animal rights issue. I have only met 3 people who have gone fox hunting, one was a mechanic, another a Vet and the last one owned a Recruitment consultancy. I wouldn't have called any of them a toff, just someone who likes country pursuits.Of all the issues affecting this country, fox hunting wouldn't make the list as an issue for me, I really couldn't care less, Foxes are far from endangered.


"Country pursuits"

Vile.
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DKLS
Thats why this has always been a class issue and not a animal rights issue. I have only met 3 people who have gone fox hunting, one was a mechanic, another a Vet and the last one owned a Recruitment consultancy. I wouldn't have called any of them a toff, just someone who likes country pursuits.Of all the issues affecting this country, fox hunting wouldn't make the list as an issue for me, I really couldn't care less, Foxes are far from endangered.


You should care about cruelty only when the species is endangered? Ok, logic has gone out of the window this year...
#35
Vote UKIP. . The voice of the silent majority . It is time all these career politicians were voted out
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Not sure how this makes people question their choice.
I, like others, know that voting for May will see the most vulnerable in society suffer. I know she's going to make the sick and disabled worse off and that people will die.
But allowing people to kill foxes is a step too far???
People who hunt foxes are sick, are you crying for them too?
I've spent absolutely no time thinking about fox hunters over the last few years. I thought it was something we'd all moved on from but clearly Theresa May and her Victorian values want to bring it back.
What I don't understand is people like you who must surely be able to work out that the most vulnerable in society are going to suffer more over the next five years and still choose to vote Tory (like me), but begin questioning that choice when she says she's in favour of fox hunting.
Did you only realise she is a callous individual when she went after cute foxes or do you simply place their humanity higher than the disabled?
Oh, you mean will someone think of the children? Didums
Fox hunting is opposed by over 75% of the British population.https://www.google.com/amp/www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/opposition-to-fox-hunting-hits-all-time-high-with-even-most-tory-voters-opposed-a6786411.html?amp
It would be a mistake to repeal the banning of this barbaric Behaviour.
The return of fox hunting would be regressive and those opposed will come out in huge numbers.
I think about my children. Your children I couldn't care less about.
I don't pretend that I'm voting for May in the belief she's going to help people though. I know she's going to cut the services that vulnerable people and average people alike use.
So to then suffer a conflict when she says she's in favour of fox hunting is bizarre. Maybe you identify with foxes more than you do humans which leads to a moral conflict that requires you asking people on a shopping forum what you should do.
Me, I'm comfortable with the choice I've made and killing vermin doesn't change that.
You support the toffs who go out and rip foxes apart with dogs, you sound sadistic, god help your off spring that's all I can say.
Thats why this has always been a class issue and not a animal rights issue.
I have only met 3 people who have gone fox hunting, one was a mechanic, another a Vet and the last one owned a Recruitment consultancy. I wouldn't have called any of them a toff, just someone who likes country pursuits.
Of all the issues affecting this country, fox hunting wouldn't make the list as an issue for me, I really couldn't care less, Foxes are far from endangered.

So I presume you're in favour of the legalisation of dog fighting and bull baiting then, after all they're not endangered either.
#37
Bring back cock fighting too.

Saying that, I'm sure many that read Misc would use that to describe this place! X)


Edited By: Towelie on May 10, 2017 11:28
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Vote UKIP. . The voice of the silent majority . It is time all these career politicians were voted out
Sorry but UKIP are done, Aside from Brexit they offer little realistic competition, A vote for anyone other than Tory or Labour is a wasted vote.
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Not sure how this makes people question their choice.
I, like others, know that voting for May will see the most vulnerable in society suffer. I know she's going to make the sick and disabled worse off and that people will die.
But allowing people to kill foxes is a step too far???


Got to say that as a point of killing foxes Id rather they didnt, but the realities of this election is prob one of the last things on my mind..

The Tories are gogin to crucify the poor and vulnerable, while we may have some disagreements on Brexit I think we do seem to agree on what the Tories will do..

In fact im finding it amazing that the majority of people who voted for Brexit cannot see that May wants this early election as so she can enter the negotiations without the worry of the fallout for the bad deal she is going to make for the UK's poor and vulnerable.. this way she can agree to whatever she likes and by time another GE rolls around the negotiations will no longer be at the forefront of the public's minds..

IMO the only way to stop this is to vote labour..
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Not sure how this makes people question their choice.
I, like others, know that voting for May will see the most vulnerable in society suffer. I know she's going to make the sick and disabled worse off and that people will die.
But allowing people to kill foxes is a step too far???
Got to say that as a point of killing foxes Id rather they didnt, but the realities of this election is prob one of the last things on my mind..
The Tories are gogin to crucify the poor and vulnerable, while we may have some disagreements on Brexit I think we do seem to agree on what the Tories will do..
In fact im finding it amazing that the majority of people who voted for Brexit cannot see that May wants this early election as so she can enter the negotiations without the worry of the fallout for the bad deal she is going to make for the UK's poor and vulnerable.. this way she can agree to whatever she likes and by time another GE rolls around the negotiations will no longer be at the forefront of the public's minds..
IMO the only way to stop this is to vote labour..

You voted for Brexit but want Labour to keep us in the EU?.

Of course I understand your reasoning and it's an harsh reality but it's like almost winning a war and then surrendering in the final hours.

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