My thoughts were well if they only had to deal with the rsa's then not very long at all, but we all know its not the case we have a few commercials i think somewhere around 3000 in total for the whole of the uk and shrinking year by year for the government to look after and protect no matter what"or so it seems?
Believe it or not i do feel a little sorry for the commercials as they are slowly being hung out to dry with ever ending quota cuts etc etc, but none of this is to do with the rsa me thinks but we appear to be their no 1 enemy nowadays? instead of letting the goverment use the two as political pawns in their stupid games surely it would more constructive to work together against the establishment! i am sure there must be a few common interests that we would both like to see happen is there not? or are commercials happy to see their quota's cut year on year and along with their industry dissappear down the pan?
The alternative could be to leave things as they are for year after year and continue to be both the governments pawns and to get nowhere in a very long time, pretty much like in the usa, it is not all so rosy over there!! both the rsa and commercials have been at each other for decades
So whats it gonna be boys and girls
PS. tony blair said today it would be political suicide to put forward new road charging proposals against such a public out cry, is it not so surprising what a little petition that 1.8 million people signed can do, there are more sea anglers than that, now for the right petition??????
Edited by stavey, 01 March 2007 - 04:06 PM.