Comment on Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election by James.

I could not agree more..political correctness is divisive. People are different…favouring any groups based on race, gender or religion is wrong. Labour have proved that, success should be based on merit alone.

Invasive political correctness has also limited the debate on key issues that simply must be discussed. It is unfair to favour anyone based on their race, gender or religion and to do so is to forget history. That is why I will not be voting Green among a whole host of other reasons:

1. No PPC in my constituency.
2. Under qualified/experienced candidates.
3. Socialist tendencies.
4. Lack of rationality (policy is far to ideological)
5. To many people vote green because it is seen as alternative and cool, when it really isn’t!

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