That's the thing about democracy. You can vote for someone else, you can join Welsh Labour and try to persuade them of your views, you can complain on all manner of social media. All of which is good.CathedralCounty wrote: December 16th, 2023, 11:27 amBut they have all too often been the wrong decisions for Wales. I agree he is clearly a decent man and has a certain charm with his ill fitting suits and somewhat unpolished image but him and his administration (and those before him) have failed the people of Wales.Exile 1976 wrote: December 15th, 2023, 1:18 pmChepstow'sFine wrote: December 15th, 2023, 10:21 amPretty sure he's an atheist. There are loads of reasons I think he has a very warped moral framework. The biggest one for me is that he flatly refused an independent COVID inquiry.UPTHEPORT wrote: December 14th, 2023, 9:11 pm The politicians in Westminster could do with an once of his morals
Decent man puts his faith in God
Knowing him as well as I do, whether his decision making has been right or wrong, his decisions have been what he truly believes has been best for the people of Wales.
I bear no animus toward him but rather Welsh Labour (who I vote for on the basis of alternative being worse) have taken the Welsh public for granted and overplayed their hand.
Here's the thing though, having lived in three democracies in my lifetime, all three had one thing in common. Most people, most of the time, vote not for what we favour but to keep out a worse alternative.