(Original post by ThisaraD)
To counter each point one by one:
Referendum on Europe.
DO you have any idea how much this would cost? In addition, do you really think the general public know anything about the complicated relationship between the EU and the UK? Maybe in an idealistic world where the general public weren't so easily swayed by the media, but realistically, this would be a joke. For example, people would no longer be able to travel anywhere without a visa.
Legalization of Cannabis.
Yes, because adding drugs to society makes everything better. Do you have any idea how much destruction this would cause in other countries?
Referendum on the legalization of hard drugs - heroine cocaine etc.
Do you even need a referendum to see this is beyond moronic?
Reduce immigration from current levels of over 200000 to less than 50000 with immediate effect.
Most immigrants are from the EU, and therefore have a legal right to work and live in any country they choose. This would never happen.
Three strike law - three offences and immediately 20 years in prison.
See above, for a brilliant reply.
Increase available prison space from a ridiculous 1000 to an extra 30000-40000.
I see, and this is going to be funded by the unicorn from Tinseltown is it? Have you even considered how much this would cost the taxpayer?!
Abandon European court of human rights.
Yay! Bloody Anarchy...
Remove all troops from Afghanistan and Iraq. No more military intervention in Middle East.
This, I agree with.
Cut all spending on foreign aid.
All spending? What, even though foreign aid actually brings in a large amount of diplomatic relations, and further funding to the UK? Britain exerts most of it's political control throughout the world through charity, you'd be a fool to stop now.
Cut government spending from £500 billion to under £300 billion - a sustainable rate. during periods of growth a budget surplus must be maintained.
And you'll achieve this how?
huge reductions in welfare payments and White elephant projects such as HS2 and olympics (can't stop it now) and art and culture projects. --> if anything spend it wisely on Extremely fast broadband for the country.
The Olympics? Do you have any idea how much income the Olympics will bring to the country? Investment is never bad.
Cut 150000 'labour non-jobs'.
It's been said before, what the hell is a "labour non-job", and what will you do with a staggering rate of unemployment?
Cuts in red tape across private sector to allow large amounts of growth in these areas.
Idealistic, and not pragmatic.
introduce a law by which people may only serve as an MP for 5 terms.
WHY? You'll only be getting rid of the best, most experienced politicians.
referendum on the house of lords.
For what purpose?
Tax cut for MPs from £60000 to £45000 and reduction in pay for the shadow cabinet from cabinet salary to MP salary.
Have you any idea how much work it actually takes to be an MP? This will only encourage low, unqualified individuals to contest. High salaries is what drives well qualified people to apply to run for election.
Reduction in amount of MPs.
It's been said before, they already have an immense amount of work, and it will only cause problems at a local level.
NO more health bills to change the NHS that cost billions of pounds. Leave it as it is and allow managers to identify areas in which spending can be cut down.
order investigation into David Cameron for allowing people to pay their way into dinner with him investigation into Tony Blair into tax avoidance - he earned £12 million last year but paid less than £1 million.
And this investigation will cost how much?
Put back in place 50p tax.
So, basically, make a large number of people unemployed, and tax businesses to death as well. Clever...
On e-petitions website, 50000 signatures will GUARANTEE it be discussed in the house of commons.
And once again, THIS WILL COST HOW MUCH?!
Tuition fees will be capped at £3000 per year.
As a student, I've got to agree with this once, but I would just abolish a large number of University places to allow for this change.
Maintain the law that gives tax breaks to people who donate to charity/universities.
Oh please, this was just a way so that rich morons could pretend to support those in need, whilst secretly earning massive tax breaks. I'm genuinely glad the tories got rid of this.
SO in conclusion, You really need to rethink your entire Manifesto....