Historically, Wrexham’s local politicians have always put party and personal politics before the welfare of the area and the electorate.
This selfish and childish attitude has set the borough back by decades and shows no sign of abating.
I don’t agree Big H, the easiest way to rectify things is for the punters to read the ‘scores on the doors’ and vote accordingly.
If people read that score and continue their purchase, then surely they receive what they deserve.
Don’t like what is decided in The Assembly? Then you need to take a long hard look at the local representatives who you, the voter, voted for.
Don’t like how your council is run? Ditto.
Nothing will change while people base their political opinions on who their Father voted for and his Father before him rather than the evidence and experience of their own daily lives.
A politician canvassing for votes with a campaign based upon the ‘evil plottings’ of the people of the neighbouring counties typifies the kind of nonsense that has flourished for too long in local government.
It’s cheap, it’s tawdry and it serves no-one outside of the political gravytrain.
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