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pelmut wrote:I think we must be careful to distinguish between issues of policy and party politics.
Where policy decisions might affect us as skirt-wearers, we need to be able to discuss them, but there is no place for partisan promotion, haggling or name-calling at all - not even in 'Off-topic'.
SkirtedWelshman wrote:Just my thoughts, for what they are worth. Why politics? Most people get politics all the time. It's nice not to go to a place where it is free of such 'stuff' . You can get that down the pub/bar.
You start off adding politics, than other topics start to feed in and the website loses the things that make it special and unique.
Political debate encourage strong feelings, then insults and 'put-downs'. Not a good way to go, I would suggest.
SkirtedWelshman wrote:The membership of this site is international, why would we in Britain, want to hear tied U.S. moans and vice versa. Why you Americans want the boring details of British politics?
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