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The nasty party is still just as nasty as ever
« on: March 11, 2013, 10:16:30 PM »


14 quotes that prove the nasty party is still just as nasty as ever
by Tom Pride


(It's not satire - it's the nasty party)
 
We've all heard nasty quotes from Tories such as "Hang Mandela", "The homeless are what you step over when you come out of the opera" etc etc which prove just how nasty the nasty party really can be. But those quotes are all pre-Cameron - who likes to claim his party has changed.
 
Well, here are a selection of quotes from Tories from the Cameron era which prove the nasty party is alive and kicking and just as nasty as ever:
 
1) Neil Burden - Tory councillor in Cornwall and lead member for Children?s Services - referred to the "expense of keeping ?handicapped? children alive" and said there were "too many disabled children who cost too much".
 
2) Steve Hilton - senior adviser to David Cameron and Tory strategy director - said the government should boost economic growth by abolishing all working mothers' maternity leave and rights.
 
3) Iain Duncan Smith - Tory Work and Pensions Secretary - quoted the Nazi slogan above the gates of Auschwitz Arbeit Mach Frei (work makes free) when he said about the government's workfare programme that "work actually helps free people."
 
4) Iain Duncan Smith again - this time on how 'lazy' disabled workers are: ?Is it a kindness to stick people in some factory where they are not doing any work at all? Just making cups of coffee?"
 
5) Philippa Stroud - senior Tory strategist and adviser to Iain Duncan Smith - said that poverty, sexual abuse and homosexuality are caused by demonic possession. In her book "God's Heart for the Poor" she blames the death of a poor girl living in a hostel on the fact she "hadn't the will to stick with" being a Christian and so God "was calling her home".
 
6) Boris Johnson - Tory Mayor of London  - on same sex marriage: "If gay marriage was OK ... then I saw no reason in principle why a union should not be consecrated between three men, as well as two men; or indeed three men and a dog."
 
7) Chris Steward - a Conservative councillor in York - said people shouldn't donate food to food banks because poor families "can?t budget" and if they were given food would only have "more money to spend on alcohol, cigarettes etc".
 
8) David Jones - Tory MP and Welsh Secretary - obviously thinks LGBT people are not "safe" for bringing up children: ?I regard marriage as an institution that has developed over many centuries, essentially for the provision of a warm and safe environment for the upbringing of children, which is clearly something that two same-sex partners can?t do."
 
9) Richard Powell - Tory councillor and campaign manager for Tory MP Conor Burns - was temporarily suspended as a councillor but then reinstated after he admitted sending racist jokes from his phone which targetted Muslims, Indians, Irish people, Pakistanis and black people.
 
10) Philip Davies - Tory MP for Shipley - thinks disabled people should take "a lower rate of pay" than the minimum wage to "help them get on their first rung of the jobs ladder" because that is the "real world we live in".
 
11) Christopher Chope - Tory MP for Christchurch - regards people like waiters and waitresses as servants. Talking about a visit to a House of Commons restaurant he said: "The service was absolutely fantastic because there was three-to-one service ? three servants for each person sitting down".
 
12) Peter Chapman - a Tory councillor in Dorset - complained on Facebook about the ?terminally slow (and bad) service from the bone idle bitches at Costa Dorchester" and said the waitresses: "all need a good beating?.
 
13) Bob Blackman - Tory MP for Harrow East - said he thought the Tory's infamous Section 28 law that banned teachers from talking about homosexuality should be brought back: "Section 28 was the right rules to have in school so that we should not in any way shape or form promote same-sex relationships..."
 
14) David Cameron - Tory member for Witney - when talking about the bedroom tax, said that  "Anyone with severely disabled children is exempt from the spare room subsidy".  This is particularly nasty because it's a downright lie - as this article shows:
 
Bedroom tax shock: Disabled boy may have to go into CARE despite David Cameron's pledge
 
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If there are any particularly nasty Tory quotes you think I should have included, please put them in the comments below and I'll do an update.

I'd also appreciate it if you could share this post with friends. Thanks.
 

Tom Pride | March 11, 2013 at 12:46 pm | Tags: Boris Johnson, disability, gay, Gove, human rights, politics, Tories | Categories: cynicism | URL: http://wp.me/p1U04a-45V


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