to be fair now it has been bought to my attention, I do swear a bit too much at times, this is partly because im under alot of strees at the moment sorting out stuff for Uni, I apologise if this has caused offense, but I am passionate about my political views and feel very strongly about them, this when combined with being in not the best of moods means that I do tend to be less stringent about checking what I say.
If mine doesn't go in I will be living on next to nothing. It will literally be tinned food and cheap bread, unless I can find a job quick time.
Can you answer any of the questions put to you over two readings of B318? Anyone? helooooo..... What I want to know, was how the hell this idea arrived before the house? If you pursue with this policy will you be changing thew party name?
thats one of those bills that I can see both sides of, on the one hand if people do have such large sums of money, I can understand why you would want to take some of it back to pay for there incarceration, but I can also see why people would object to taking money away from people like that, tbh I should have said this before we sent it to the house, but I digress, I failed to do so, largely as tend slighty more toward it being okay, though, I cant say its hugely important to me either way.
as for how it affects the party policy wise, there is NO whip, or at least, as far as im concerned there isnt, so if you want to object to it at any point or abstain or even oppose any of our bills, that is your perrogative as a member, unless said bill is something like "protecting the NHS" then neither I, nor anyone else in the party (save maybe the bills author) is likely to take you to task over it.
How do members of the Socialist Party respond to the Misesian critique of socialism, in particular the economic calculation problem?