Dear Sci-Fi Online
Perhaps reporters on Internet sites should also keep their
political views under wraps too.
you'd prefer things under a conservative government with high
levels of unemployment and high inflation - penalising the
working man so the rich fat cats can keep their wealth. I
don't log on to Sci-Fi Online for political commentary - obviously
it's been a slow news day in the world of sci-fi.
You'd have been far better giving yourself a holiday than
publishing this rubbish.
letter is in response to the following news item:
labours the point
to a report on Startrek.com, Patrick Stewart is vocally appealing
to members of his political party, Labour, to dig deep and
contribute funds to help pay for campaign equipment in the
effort to "fight the Tories and build a better Britain."
Stewart never explained how Labour planned to build a better
Britain than the one they are already responsible for.
exactly why actors should stay out of politics, Stewart said:
"It doesn't take the captain of a starship or a superhero
with special powers to change the world. It takes people like
patron of the Labour Supporters Network, continued: "I am
proud of the beliefs we carry as Labour supporters and I am
proud of our achievements - more people helped into work than
ever before, record investment in our schools and hospitals,
crime and antisocial behaviour falling with more community
support officers serving local communities."
forgot to mention that under Labour the UK's manufacturing
industries have been haemorrhaging overseas or that our farming
industry is being run into the ground, but then a captain
of a starship, or a superhero with special powers, probably
wouldn't know about such trivial matters.