But I voted for you this week. Why? Because I’m terrified of a Tory government.
Terrified as a disabled person. Terrified they’ll take my benefits and leave me starving.
Terrified as a child of an even more disabled person. Terrified that despite my own impairment and health problems that I’ll have to give up what little life I have and become my dad’s carer when the Tories take his care hours away, expecting people to “volunteer”.
Terrified as a lesbian. The election campaign has been full of stories of Tory homophobia. Just google “Philippa Stroud”.
Terrified as a person with oodles of health problems. I depend on the NHS to live. Please don’t support Cameron in taking it apart.
And I voted for you for electoral reform. According to http://www.voterpower.org.uk/holborn-st-pancras my vote is only worth 10% of a vote. I want my vote to count.
Please read Johann Hari’s article on what Britain under the Tories would look like for someone like me: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/poverty-and-injustice-in-david-cameronrsquos-model-borough-1962318.html
Please don’t get drunk on the power of the possibility of a seat in cabinet with the Tories. Please work with Labour, Green et al.
If you do work with the Tories I will never be able to vote Lib Dem again.
Footnote pinched from Lilwatchergirl: If you agree, and want to share your views with party HQ, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . They've asked for views before 2pm today, but I'm sure they'd find views useful at any time this weekend.