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    • I'm surprised that there are people on here that would seriously root for a Green chancellor . Some of their policies are pretty controversial and as much as I would like to highlight at least their environmental policies, things like raising the gas prices is simply a no-go for me as someone living on the countryside and therefore depending on a car. Let's hope that at least the people voting for them have dealt with their election programme first.
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      • theMathematician I have to agree with you!
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        • Originally posted by theMathematician View Post
          I'm surprised that there are people on here that would seriously root for a Green chancellor . Some of their policies are pretty controversial and as much as I would like to highlight at least their environmental policies, things like raising the gas prices is simply a no-go for me as someone living on the countryside and therefore depending on a car. Let's hope that at least the people voting for them have dealt with their election programme first.
          If things like raising the gas price seems more controversial to you than the things other parties are doing then I don't know what to tell you. We need to change our behavior if we want to stop climate change, that's simply a fact. If we don't change then driving a car will be the least of our worries. It's there to get people thinking and stop them from using a car unnecessarily. It's also not the most important part of their election programme AND fossil fuel will fizzle out soon anyway
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          • Originally posted by BeeBoy View Post

            If things like raising the gas price seems more controversial to you than the things other parties are doing then I don't know what to tell you. We need to change our behavior if we want to stop climate change, that's simply a fact. If we don't change then driving a car will be the least of our worries. It's there to get people thinking and stop them from using a car unnecessarily. It's also not the most important part of their election programme AND fossil fuel will fizzle out soon anyway
            Exactly. It's not like a CDU chancellor can stop the world from changing. Or stop coal, oil and conventional cars from dying. All that Merz / Laschet / Spahn are going to do is try to slow down this process in Germany, sacrificing our role as a technological leader along the way. With the greens in government, we might be paying a little more for fuel. With the CDU in power, we're literally paying with our future.

            And climate change is just one reason why I don't want 5 more years of CDU rule. I also don't agree with them when it comes to refugees, immigration, taxes, social security, housing, the minimum wage, the EU, factory farming, agriculture in general, military spending, military action, LGBT rights, women's rights (including abortion), drugs and surveillance among other things.

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            • Bee Boy: Good politics should find a way to divide when the usage of a car is justified and when not. I depend on the car and therefore it would discriminate me if gas prices were raised. Someone who takes the car out of convince because the bus rides every 5 minutes may have a different view on that.
              But of course, that's not my main issue. I'm not fully satisfied with the Greens' views in the context of migration, social costs, the EU, education, drugs and their support towards rural regions.
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              • theMathematician I agree with the fields you mention in which you don’t agree with the Greens.
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