Sunday, February 14, 2010
Wheels Coming off Wagon Just a Tad Dave?
On the issues themselves...
1. There will be cuts anyway. They will be severe indeed. The money markets know this(regardless of who wins). Why get dragged into saying what and how much? It'll just scare people. Taking medicine usually does. Something vague like "well we don't know what the numbers are, and we will have to assess things at the relevant juncture" should do.
2. Good idea. Most of the people who oppose this are far too feckless to vote anyway. It will help a lot of decent people and piss off Polly Toynbee. It's a double winner.
3. Good issue to rally the core vote. Grammar schools(or any form like them) are obviously a winner.
4. No problem on this issue anyway. Take his money and let him live where he likes. Maybe some right-wing papers could be prompted to ask questions about finally ending the Trade Union political fund for the Labour Party? Always a popular one that.
5. Nothing wrong with the odd lie if it gets the troops out on Polling Day. Election posters aren't issued under oath.
6. Stop parachuting these people in. They are irritating and often stupid. I know Dave finds them a bit too real, but surely we could find some decent local candidates?
7. The UUP is clearly finished. Why bother? Win the election fair and square and help the Unionists(and I mean the cause and the people, not necessarily the parties) as much as possible after victory.
Brown and company are definitely going down, no ifs, no buts. This horrible crew have managed to bring the Country to its knees and you discuss 'the wheels are coming off Cameron's wagon'. Please, get real! No matter what Cameron and the Tories say or are alleged to have said will not mask the fact that they collectively can only improve the current situation that our nation faces.
Frankly, the detail of this or that matters not a jot. We are being led by a bunch of muppets that have wasted billions of tax payer money for only miniscule improvement in the well being of the citizens.
Get with the game, no-one can be absolutely sure what will happen over the next few years. Certain is that under the Tories the debt will be paid down, taxes will be reduced, schools will improve, social cohesion will get better,society will be much fairer, defense will be more focussed and best of all, the Labour party will be in the wilderness for many, many years(hopefully forever).
Every labour administration has run out of money and has ended in tears, this one is no different. Let us all hope and pray that they never ever get another chance to repeat the experience.
After 13 some years this bunch of miscasts have run out things to ruin. The sooner Brown calls for an election the better. Time to put the country out of its misery and let others fix the mess that Labour has made.
Re 6 Pot, kettle, black?
But the fact is over the past few years the type of person who has run this country has been a night mare, if brown had not joined Labour he'd be working in some bank delivering mortgages to people lying his teeth out, Blair would be a solicitor in some big large company trying to stiff car insurance accident.
The people who are involved in politics are mostly like Purnell, Miliband Burnham, failures , yet make it in politics they moan about £65,000 a year but in real life these twits would be earning far less.
we have brown for god sake, and whats next Cameron, what a F*cking mess.
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