I don’t think it matter which one is in power.
Politicans will always be the same, no matter who they represent.
If the global warming continues, all these things will be our least of worries though.
– christa 2006-12-16 16:36 UTC
That’s why I vote for the far left here in Switzerland: It sends the message I want and yet they won’t make it into our government, so it gets around the corruption issues. It’s lame, but it’s better than voting obvious liars… (That would be “bliar” in the UK, right…)
– AlexSchroeder 2006-12-16 17:42 UTC
I agree with Christa, it doesn’t matter which one is in power.
I also agree with Robin, about the taxes growing at an alarming rate.
I don’t know if its the same with your area, but there are plans to start taxing people for throwing away rubbish.
It would make more sense to tax the people who throw away rubbish that could be recycled.
I firmly believe, if crap was expensive, the goverment would tax your backside!!!!
– The Creator 2006-12-18 00:09 UTC
- I firmly believe, if crap was expensive, the goverment would tax your backside!!!!
Don’t give them ideas
The current taxation has nothing to do with concern for the environment (like they care!) and everything to do with wanting more and more money to pay for all those bullets we’ve shot at women and children in Iraq because Bush asked us to, ever so nicely………
– GreyWulf 2006-12-18 00:25 UTC