I see you're back to arguing again just for arguing sake.
Your default position.
The way you present yourself on here is the everything's the Tory's fault and everything would be better under a left wing Labour Party.
That's just pure idealism and a total naivety about the real world we live in.
Starmer knows that and that's why he's dumped that part of his party as quickly and as decisively as he could. Kinnock did the same thing years ago too.
Don't blame me and the millions of other voters - particularly in heartland Labour seats who abstained or voted Tory because Corbyn and his followers (which I assume you are) wanted to build a left wing socialist utopia here that people simply have never wanted.
Hasn't the penny dropped yet that if the electorate REPEATEDLY vote for people such as Johnson given an alternative choice of one other - Corbyn or his ilk - think Thatcher against Foot from a generation back also, then you've learned nothing other that prove Einstein's saying is correct - “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”.
I don't want any part of electing in a loony left government any more than vote for Boris, that's why I don't bother with politics, you are both as bad as each other.
As for judging what I do/don't do then here's another saying that if you might do well to ponder on 'first remove the plank out of your own eye so you can see clearly before taking the speck of dust out of my, (or anyone else's), eye'.
The only one arguing is you, I made a statement to Bob you've jumped in now numerous times trying to disprove it - and failed. As you often do when you try and wade into political discussion.
You're so desperate for an argument you then move on to Corbyn, which I've no interest in discussing with you.
Also, I don't think Einstein ever actually said that quote, I'm pretty sure it's a misattribution.