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How many of the poor would dare vote ANC ?

01 April 2014, 14:44
If a poor man felt the cost of R 8 for a loaf of Brown bread a few years ago, he may wonder what he was moaning about back then. Easily R 15 a bread these days, 
How many poor people eat so much chicken they start looking like chickens, They cant afford meat, My maid surely shows enjoyment to eating meat with us,
Petrol was costing R 10 per litre at the worlds toughest times, Now we nearing R 15 a litre ?
Do our working people understand that when the day comes and our miners get their R 12 500, it will afford them what R 7 000 can buy you now,
For those that have heard what the ANC has done to our rand and to our land, can they afford to vote for ANC again?
I wouldn't want to be daring people to vote in any way but seriously ?
I have skills and I see how tough life can be, The tax payers have been bent by extra taxes such as rates and electricity, they have taken a bit too much and too fast from the ordinary people, 
Then they shoved a president that has sown division, over and over again.Spoken so many lies over and over, pretending to be connecting with his audience .
The people have had enough,
The ANC has let us all down, They had all the resources to improve SA, yet our economy is shrinking...
EFF is worse, DA is not what they could be, But gee we must grow the DA and try grow SA.
They are the better looking, Less corrupt and possibly able to do more.
ANC cannot provide cause they do not want to,
Its all about me me me me, and my wives and my sons and my loyal friends ...
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