on 22/5/01 4:02 pm, Simon Wistow wrote:
> the Tory's want to repeal IR35, make RIPA less strict and speed up Local
> Loop unbundling, whereas Labour want to introduce laws meaning that if
> you pretend to be a teenager on the Net you can be jailed for 5 years
> (bad luck bK).
It seems that every promise in the Tory manifesto is based on hearsay and
rumour about things that people don't like at the moment. From
air-conditioned tubes, thru to RIPA, to cheap petrol, it's
bandwagon-jumping. Even if you agree with some, it's unlikely you'll agree
with a majority.
I have yet to see a Conservative talk eloquently and knowledgably about the
subjects they're making promises on. Which is fucking scary. You sort of
have to admire their bravado though, in some ghoulish way.
every day, computers are making people easier to use