What people prefer-freedom or freebies?





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FireStorm · 8 months ago

Let’s face it…People often find freedom to be a burden, they prefer to be taken care of.
Just watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gC3Y7SowqwA
All of this over discounted Nutella? In France! And imagine if it was free?

Absinthe_Mind · 9 months ago

The U.K political leaders are all dangling
this freebie carrot for the punters.
But the voters aren’t so stupid as to
fall for the jargon.
Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson who is
running a campaign for staying in
The E.U, and holding a 2nd referendum,
offered FREE tuition for constituents,
in a local election…and ended up
tripling the fee. No trust there.
Corbyn’s carrot, is the free Broadband,
which if implemented, could bankrupt
The U.K. The cost of infrastructure,
running costs untenable…plus the high
tax burden for the people.
Johnson’s promise to spend money on
areas needing train links and rejuvenating
transport links in certain regions, is
the most sensible and cost effective
carrot…but this is politics.

Ive_got_a_sword · 9 months ago

Many voters relate freebies to freedom.

JacePearce · 9 months ago

How many times have election promises been overlooked?
Everything sounds attractive, hook the
voter, renege on promise. Normal
political deceit.