But eventually the storm clouds will pass. At this point the Labour Party must be ready with a vision of the kind of society we want to see.
And this is, you see, precisely what is wrong with almost all modern governments: the society that you want to see is almost certainly not the same as the one that I want to see. As such, you use the law to force me to comply with your personal vision.
Why the fuck should I? What makes the personal morality of you and your fellow socialists any more valid than mine? What possible moral justification can you have for compelling me to follow your personal mores?
And these questions apply just as much to the Tories and LibDems (or anyone else) as it does to the Labour Party: obviously, these bastards believe that they are superior to the rest of us—that they have a great moral insight and, indeed, a higher moral authority than every other human in this country. Why? What gives them the right to force us to live our lives as dictated by their own personal morals?
The only moral option is to allow people to choose how they want to live—libertarianism is that option. After all, if you want to form a voluntary socialist collective, then—under a libertarian government—you would be free to do so. At the same time, under a libertarian government, I would be free to live my life according to my morals, not yours.
Still, Ed does finish off with yet another hilarious platitude...
... let's build a manifesto that speaks to lives of people throughout this country. Together we can make change happen.
Oh really? Would that be Change That We Can Believe In™, Ed? You tedious fucking cunt, you.
* Whoops! They are both goggle-eyed freaks though.