someone recently said how people are easily put off by things which appear to be even remotely 'political'. is this your experience? do you agree or disagree? is there stuff you do which you'd call political or non-political?
i'd really love to hear what people think about this, as it creeps up every now & again
I do believe that you, "pros", should identify yourself and your political affiliations, all of them, and what your real agenda is.
Your question sounds like those that Jehovas Witnesses use to engage people in what seems like an innocent question but is intended to lure people into a debate and a lecture on their view of religion and subsequent recruitment into their religous cause.
Are you trying to recruit for The Peoples Republic of Southwark?
@thebunhouse - oh dear, it was, believe it or not, a totally genuine question - i tend to not think in terms of 'affiliations' 'agendas' 'recruitments' nor do i make a distinction between a 'political' thing/action/issue and a non-political one.
people do however and maybe it's a question of language - i don't know.
are you upset people are talking about 'political' things or that we are?