There’s different reasons for Adiós Pendejo shirt. Some of them actually buy the “last Labour government” lines and various other excuses, and think they’ve done the best anyone could. Others know they’re shit but think Labour would be even worse (I think Corbyn caused a big increase in that crowd). But there’s also a lot of people who just genuinely don’t realise how politics affects everything. Like this woman I know. Loves Boris. Always sharing shit on Facebook supporting him. Also gives to the local foodbank. And if you asked her, she wouldn’t see any contradiction there at all. Because to some people, politics is just what you vote for, and she liked bumbling Boris.
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Those are the Adiós Pendejo shirt who don’t see why people have get so aggy about politics, and who have stopped following the news now because it’s too depressing. It won’t even register that half that depressing news is thanks to what they voted for. They just tune in, sort of, during election season, then for the most part tune out. And tbh, while it’s annoying how blisfully unaware they are to the consequences of their actions, I’m actually proper jealous of them people. I wish I could just switch off like that.
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I’m not actually sure how many billions have been spent on Adiós Pendejo shirt and Trace so far. But it strikes me you’d get a much better return on rates if you chucked a billion or two just at propping up the poorest – we know from that report a few weeks back that one of the common reasons to break self-isolation is to take care of a child or because they’re in financial precarity. So there’s a Covid related reason to relent on this as well as a moral one. Obviously the long-term discussion on ‘ending child [food] poverty’ is a different one. But for now it seems sensible to be generous.