No, quite correct, you didn't.
I know an awful lot of people who vote dependent on who their parents voted for, and who they've always voted for, kind of like following a football team, since they were at school, and couldn't choose another party, because it's so indoctrinated into them.
The absolute factor which should decide who you vote for, should be your choice, at that particular time. Who's going to do more for YOU, than against you. And not because Harold Wilson, or Margaret Thatcher shafted your Mum's cat, years before you were born.
I'm not a socialist, and I'm not a heavily right wing capitalist either. I prefer to think I'm a moderate free minded spirit, who floats on the centre line, in the middle of the road. Extremes, to either side, are not particularly good for most of the people, and that's what politics "should" be about, catering for the most people that you can.
I believe in the NHS, but at an equal belief, don't believe in re-privatising the railways. If they're profitable, they'll survive on their own, without burning up taxpayer's money. I believe all the time places like North Korea are developing nuclear weapons, we shouldn't remove our capability, but if it was guaranteed nobody else had them, then we wouldn't need that security. Corbyn's statement that he'd never sanction their use, even if a full on nuclear attack was dumped on London, is not what you want from the leader of your country. Nuclear deterrents work as deterrents because you have them, and in certain circumstances WILL use them.