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B447 - Immigration Bill 2012 (Second Reading)

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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Because many asylum seekers do not contribute to the UK economy, there is a much greater chance that they come from countries with poor education systems and may not even speak English.
    Oh my ****ing God you are so bloody right-wing it's not even funny. So you actually disagree with the entire concept of humanitarianism if it slightly possibly maybe damages the UK economy? I had thought the TSR Conservative Party were supposed to be more liberal on social issues, how painfully incorrect. I hope your brand of extremism never breaks out in the RL Party.
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    (Original post by JPKC)
    Oh my ****ing God you are so bloody right-wing it's not even funny. So you actually disagree with the entire concept of humanitarianism if it slightly possibly maybe damages the UK economy? I had thought the TSR Conservative Party were supposed to be more liberal on social issues, how painfully incorrect. I hope your brand of extremism never breaks out in the RL Party.
    I'm a Tory, of course i value fiscal restraint, especially when they may draw from the ever larger hole that is the welfare budget. There are people far more extreme than me as i am happy to allow EU immigration.

    Humanitarianism includes charity which i do not oppose but that is an individual giving their own money as opposed to tax revenue which could be better spent on public services.

    Look at voting records before making a rash conclusion (with that being said i used to be far more socially conservative).
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    I'm a Tory, of course i value fiscal restraint, especially when they may draw from the ever larger hole that is the welfare budget. There are people far more extreme than me as i am happy to allow EU immigration.

    Humanitarianism includes charity which i do not oppose but that is an individual giving their own money as opposed to tax revenue which could be better spent on public services.

    Look at voting records before making a rash conclusion (with that being said i used to be far more socially conservative).
    If you think you're liberal now then I guess you must've been goose stepping back when "socially conservative".
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    Still no. Still no closer to open borders.
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    Still a no from me. I don't believe that this is right way to tackle this issue. You need to stimulate the economy and tax the rich.
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    I do not agree with this at all.

    So no.
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    This is in cessation.
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