A letter a day to number 10. No 922
Friday 21 November 2014. Abusers.
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Dear Mr Cameron,
It's been an interesting day, I was thrown off Facebook and my Facebook group was taken over by a fool with a grudge and a whole lot of other stuff that I won't bore you with.
The point is that without the worst government in UK history, none of this would have happened. So my best answer is to write another letter to the worst Prime Minister in UK history because you have no place or right to be the Prime Minister or to abuse this nation with your endless draconian policies specifically aimed at the poorest and most vulnerable people.
In PMQ's this week Ed Miliband raised the issue of a woman being charged bedroom tax for a 'panic room' in her house, a room specifically designed for her and her child's protection if they are threatened by a violent ex-partner who has raped, assaulted, harassed, stalked and threatened to kill her.
Iain Duncan Smith is determined to continue his pursuit of this woman and you backed him, saying there were funds available for such cases. So all this woman has to do is jump through more government hoops for her protection eh?
However, Fiona O’Donnell MP posted the most extraordinary Tweet saying that Smith's response to this travesty of social justice was to laugh; laughing in the face of misery that he is directly responsible for causing. That's the measure of the man and both you and he are unfit to hold office. In condoning this further abuse of a vulnerable woman you are not in any way better than her ex-partner.
These are the times and these are the days when we must stand against those who take pleasure in abuse, who care nothing for the pain and suffering they cause, no matter their station in life. There is no excuse nor possible mitigating circumstances in which abusing others can be tolerated or condoned. If you do not have the intelligence, the intent or the gumption to oppose abuse you have no place holding high office in this country.