Homophobic Tory MPs should get out of politics
NOW that the vexed question of gay marriage is virtually set in statute, with only the unexpected C of E hurdle to remove, we might perhaps cast a commiserative glance at the die-hard homophobic, largely right-wing, Euro-hating Tory backbenchers – the professional losers of British politics.
With MPs like this, it is little wonder that the once great party of Disraeli and Churchill is largely ignored by the British minorities.
A wholesale clear-out is long overdue as the Tories are not electable, as far as millions of voters are concerned.
Voters will not vote for MPs who do not like them, and vastly superior economic policies are not sufficient where human nature is concerned. Mitt Romney experienced this in the US elections in relation to the minority vote.
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In the 1920s and 30s, it was the Roman Catholics who got up the collective noses of the Tory right wing. In the 1940s, 50s and 60s it was the people of colour they could not abide.
Even the English Jews could not escape their bile, with a number of Tory right-wing MPs being covertly anti-semitic going into the 1960s.
It is, however, the issue of gay marriage that has brought them into their own with 118 Tory backbenchers openly defying the Prime Minister, who, incidentally, has done sterling work in ameliorating the nasty party and making it nearly electable.
Yes, it must be a tough old life being a die-hard, Euro-hating, homophobic, right-wing Tory backbencher.
Do they have a straight bar in the Palace of Westminster where they can drown their many sorrows well away from these 'ere gays in the place?
One can only wonder but a collective nervous breakdown could be in prospect for the poor darlings after the gay marriage vote.
Hopefully they will leave politics, for they are a liability.
One thing is certain, bless 'em all. There will be no promotion this side of the ocean.
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