BOLLOCKS TO ART AND THE POOR

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THE ASPIRATIONAL CLASS

The report, “Political Polarization and the American Public,” found that liberals and conservatives differ on more than just politics. Given the choice, three-quarters of those who consistently express conservative views say they would opt to live in a community where “the houses are larger and farther apart, but schools, stores and restaurants are several miles away,” and just 22 percent say they’d choose to live where “the houses are smaller and closer to each other, but schools, stores and restaurants are within walking distance,” (the) Pew (Report) said.

There it is , writ large, the aspirant class of David Cameron are nothing more than debt-ridden, ‘Big -House-Berthas’, who do not want their neighbours to see the whiteness or otherwise of their knickers. Oh, Charles and Sigmund, you knew so much, but such dangerous stuff; survive as a species, destroy the ego.

What each group considered important in a community also varied by political ideology. Nearly three-fourths of consistent liberals said it was important to them to live near art museums and theaters, compared with just 23 percent of consistent conservatives. There it is again, those as thick as pig shit and most insecure are most likely to succeed; no need to read, or think, just wag that curly tail when the master whistles; where’s my mansion?, bollocks to art and the poor.

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A nurse who for decades challenged the nursing establishment, echoing the voices of the silent many- the downtrodden nurses, students, care assistants, patients, and relatives that the 'system' overlooks. This site will present issues that many fear to engage in, prefering to believe what they are told by the Government's 'Ministry of Truth' (i.e. 'Lies').
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