Isn't modern science wonderful. But, it can be abused.Just been reading about David Cameron and what he has been proposing and talking about over the last day. I must confess I am a bit concerned. I think we have a Bliar clone with a face transplant.
I read this article where he seemed to agree with all bar one point on education. He even said with our support, meaning the Tories, that he, Bliar, should not have a problem getting them through. Considering that there was only difference in one area Bliar surprisingly called the Tory proposals 'regressive'. If it carries on like this they will be playfully pushing each other about as part of PMQ. So much for opposition. Although I could be unfair and just be reading too much into one item. Let's see how much they differ over the next few days.
Everyone has talked about how the Tories needed a leader like Bliar. Politics has been 'smoke and mirrors' for a long time but looks like everyone is taking this as a lead. Never mind that over the last few decades people have been feeling disenchantment by politics and party because of the way it is managed. We want less of a clone of Bliar and more of a leader to bring our once great nation together.
To show how much Bliar he is it appears that one Tory proposal is to make volunteering compulsory. Don't laugh, it says so in here as part of the parties views on volunteer work. Amazingly enough it recognises volunteers provide a useful service. What a surprise. But, surely making people do it will get rid of that useful streak and turn it into another chain gang activity.
Is this the future for us? Bliar has found a real replacement after all. Maybe they will merge the two parties and call them 'Conservatively Labour' or 'ConJob', Sorry, 'ConLAB' or 'LabCon'. Mmmm, all of which fit the party now, including the mistake :) So that means... the Tories are obsolete! Never mind David, Bliar will have a job for you.
In the meantime, seeing his future pension threatened. Read more here about Browns pension. Brown reconfirms he is a Bliarite. I hope is he is just saying that to stop Bliar handing his job to Cameron.
No wonder more and more people are disenchanted by politics. I see no progress here nor even a view of a way forward. If the Tories get in in 2008 will we see Bliar back as a Tory consultant?
Help us... Where on this planet can we move to?