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Thursday 7 January 2010 8.37pm
Labours problems run deeper than what you think of Gordon Brawn as leader,
The anti conservative majority that put labour in power and which was divided during the Thatcher years is now turning on labour not because its not socialist but because its not even liberal which beggars the question what the hell is it , for this reason I think Michael Portilo in the last this week program before Christmas was right in saying in a hung parliament the old Idea that the Liberal democrats would prop up labour is out the window now.
Saturday 9 January 2010 2.46pm
mickysalt wrote:
No wonder the voters are confused when we have the Tories talking tough on fat cat bonuses, while Labour who most people voted for to deliver a fairer society does its usual slippery act and does nothing ,
It seems all those years of being ahead in the polls and all those land slides has made labour stupid,

Thinking the support of rich newspaper editors is more important than the support of the voters.

It also has to be said that the support of Rupert Murdock is a poisoned challis, as the Tories don't have to worry about appeasing him because they don't currently have his support any way.

Meanwhile Gordon brawn looks like a man standing on a chair holding a TV Arial asking Tony Blair standing next to him ,

Now which position were you holding this in ,

Not realizing that the voters are now tuned into a different channel

Stupid indeed.
Who is Rupert Murdock, likewise Gordon brawn, and what is a challis?
Sunday 10 January 2010 8.33am
Deborah, if you'd been on this Forum long enough you'd know that Mickysalt has..er...dyslexia problems or something, anyway we're all used to his creative spelling.
Monday 11 January 2010 8.19am
Can somebody please clarify something for me? I was half asleep and half awake as I was sipping my coffee in bed this morning,listening to the seven o'clock news. Did Peter Mandelson say Labour are the party of 'aspiration,' or the party of 'exhasperation.'
Monday 1 March 2010 4.03pm
The Year of the Tiger Savages New Labour.
http://www.tallrite.com/weblog/blogimages/refs2007/TippooTiger.jpg

One of my favour exhibits at the Victoria and Albert museum.
Wednesday 17 March 2010 12.14am
Oh dear me did Kraft Lie to New Labour,
New Labour and Kraftdesrv deserve each other ,

unfortunately the British people deserve neither.
Thursday 18 March 2010 2.45pm
Labour have driven this country to economic ruin, we are Europe's dumping ground for pretty much all their waifs and strays, only have to look at any muber of cash points in the LB and round the market, like a beggars banquet. Only one vote really and that's Cameron.
Tuesday 30 March 2010 11.44am
Did anybody watch this last night -

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/seealso/2010/03/daily_view_chancellors_debate.html

Vince Cable did very well, I thought.

http://www.futuretimeline.net - a timeline of future history
Tuesday 30 March 2010 12.32pm
Oliver Watson wrote:
Labour have driven this country to economic ruin, we are Europe's dumping ground for pretty much all their waifs and strays, only have to look at any muber of cash points in the LB and round the market, like a beggars banquet. Only one vote really and that's Cameron.

Why pussyfoot about with Cameron? What about UKIP or BNP to really get the job done?

(And I'm not really sure what you've got against cashpoints. I find them to be very useful, given the short hours that banks are open nowadays. Not like in the old days, eh, before all our banks got sold off to foreigners? Bring back the birch.)

...if you press it, they will come.
Tuesday 30 March 2010 3.29pm
Just wondering, it's a couple of years old but still on their website. Are the BNP allowed to illustrate one of their low-minded articles with pictures of children?
http://bnp.org.uk/2008/08/southwark-borough-council-workers-too-scared-to-walk-past-black-neighbourhoods/
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