I was just meandering around the internet (as you do) when I came across this; ‘Full list of the 331 Tory MPs who voted against weekly testing of NHS and care staff…’.
My first thought was who in their right mind, no matter what political party they belonged to would vote against such a sensible proposal. I mean, these (the NHS & Care Staff) are front liners, people who have put themselves at risk. Heroes. Anyway, read the article for yourselves.
Secondly, I was curious if Stratford upon Avon’s MP, Nadhim Zahawi would have put his name to it. To be honest, I think I already knew the answer to that and sure enough, there he was, right at the bottom of the list, in his usual place, last.
Zahawi has proved himself without doubt, a government ‘Yes Man’ on everything. Based on watching his pathetic performances on TV, the best this man can do is parrot government policy. He is a man who has no opinion of his own. He is a man obviously consumed by his own ambition. You can see it leaking through the very pores of his skin. If Johnson tells him to jump, Zahawi says, ‘How high’. He is a mouthpiece. A ventriloquist doll who will say whatever is required to further his master’s voice.
Well remembered for the fiasco of ‘the heated horses, saga’, he seems to have survived that disgrace and been promoted to boot. In the eyes of the Tory party he can do no wrong because they know that here is man who has sold his soul to reach the higher echelons of government. A man who will do and say anything to reach the top, (the top being as high as they will let him go). He is the epitome of the sweaty, verbose tory desperate to make his mark and damn everyone else except his many masters in the party.
There is also something very sad about this Tory Party tool. He was parachuted into Stratford upon Avon where it is said that the populace would vote in a donkey if it wore a blue rosette. That must be hard to take. To have no real need to campaign. To not have your character judged and questions asked about what makes you tick. That must be difficult. Unless of course, you have other plans. That being a Member of Parliament is merely a take off point. That to be a representative of constituents that look to you to make/support decisions is merely a means to an end.
Like I said at the beginning of this piece, ‘who in their right mind, no matter what political party they belonged to would vote against such a sensible proposal’ that wants to test NHS and Care Staff on a Weekly basis?
NOTE: If you are not from these parts perhaps you might find a familiar face amongst this bunch of losers…