4 January 2010
I am back from the Christmas period refreshed for the year ahead.
So glad you have put it all behind you and moved on from those dark negative days about the NHS.
The start of a new year, and a new decade, comes with a sense of hope for the future and in 2010, we can do more than just hope, and I am sure you would agree with that..
With the general election less than 150 days away, I am impressed by the launch of your campaign on health care and the way you have confronted and indeed insulted historic labour values, and at the same time adopted the hallowed letters, NHS.
It would also help your cause if you would recant for ever and abandon Thatcher’s selfish Tory mantra, and endorsement of Private Health care that gave her, “What I want and when I want it”, and screw everyone else. No wonder she became so popular in America, where Republicans and Fox TV are still saying the very same thing, almost every hour.
Thank you for abandoning Thatcher and confronting the Republicans in America and defending cuts to the NHS.
I am sure you will find a way of avoiding, and at the same time adhering to, the strict Tory commitment of cutting taxes.
Labour Cuts to the NHS: Yes, you are against that, but also against Labour overspending.
Most Tories (except Margaret-what-I-want-when-I-want-it-Thatcher) use the NHS at some point - and even when we're fit and healthy, it's a great reassurance to know it's there to keep the poor at bay.
Health care effects everyone, and there is no place for market forces in health care. Market forces corrupt Heath Care if nothing else. Equitable health care transcends market forces and is in fact a mark of civilisation.
God bless your blessed endorsement of the NHS. And your firm rejection of Margaret T, who would not be seen dead in a NHS hospital.
How is Margaret? As far as I know she is not yet dead.......
What an awful cow.
Your very best friend, Leslie.