"I do not vote for the NDP because I believe they are the strongest party..."
You don't vote for them? Starting a sentence with a negative has the effect of ambiguity. It colours the rest.
It never recovers from its beginning. I still am not sure what it means.
What does it mean?
From what I said,
it's impossible to conclude that human rights is a primary concern of mine,
unless you're only looking for what you want to find.
And you still can't drop it.
Was I unclear?
Previously in that thread it was established that I vote for the NDP.
With this in mind, let's rephrase the sentence slightly:
"I do not vote for the NDP because I believe they are the strongest party in the area of human rights, but rather because
what appeals to me most is their economic policies, their environmental policies (which I forgot to mention earlier) and their military policies"
That addition should not be necessary,
but I add it now for your benefit.
I'm just a nice guy like that.
And certainly I'm not getting under your skin
I'll tell you a secret though:
you're getting under mine.
But it's not really a secret,
what's there to hide?
Besides, a good adversary
is hard to find.
I suppose I'm just a bit