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Posted on 18 Jun 2008 12:26 pm
Thank you wider issues again and yes "what about the young man from the rotten estate, who has a Prozac-addicted mother and a violent fatheralcohol, no self-esteem, no education, no job, nothingand who has to be sentenced? He has drifted into heroin and we have got to get him out of it. It is no good sending him day after day through the revolving door of prison. That is no good at all. What we have to do is think constructively and SMARTER = Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time Bound, Evaluate and Review.
Each only work effecively with the other and what will Mr Cameron and his team do when they get the chance to look at the young man from the rotten estate, who has a Prozac-addicted mother (why is she on Prozac?) and a violent fatheralcohol(what is his story?) no self-esteem(result of parenting?) no education (who regulates the education system and overviews the rate of non-attendance?), no job (how will this be addressed?), nothing(kids learn what they live)and who has to be sentenced?"(because life says that you need money to survive and how do you get this money?)How will the Tory Party address this and what is going to be offered to try and rebuild these shattered lives?
"He has drifted into heroin and we have got to get him out of it.(HOW?) It is no good sending him day after day through the revolving door of prison. That is no good at all. What we have to do is think constructively (HOW?)
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