Saturday, September 22, 2007

Could labour take the chance.

I thought that labour didn't have enough money to go for an election. According to Douglas Alexander they do. Read here. Now these guys are not stupid generally in the area of self promotion and covering ones bottom so I was wondering if Gordo is considering a quick election?

He has no opposition, the wheels are still turning on the economy and at this stage the money can still be pumped in if something else falters. He can make the right noises to the Unions until after the election without the public getting their backs up by starting negotiations.

If he has the money this must be the best time for him. In less than a year the wheels will be well off, the public will finally be waking up and there might actually be someone leading the Tories who actually believe in conservative policies.

It will be interesting what is said at the party conference next week.

I wonder how quickly the tories can replace Cameron?


At 2:20 pm, Blogger Lord Higham- Murray said...

Good analysis. I got chewed up or ignored for suggesting that with Cameron, the Tories had no chance and here it is.

At 9:54 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm taking a vow not to vote at all.

It just encourages theses fuckers to spout more and more lies.

At 1:24 pm, Blogger Bag said...

Henry, We need to vote for a party that shows we are really pissed. I suggest the BNP because even though they won't get in they have no intention of maintaining the status quo and as such if their supporters grow it will cause changes in the political spectrum.

No voting at all means that the idiots who do support the main parties just feel vindicated in their support.

At 3:14 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I posted on my blog this morning what I intend to do - spoil my paper.

Perhaps the ballot paper needs another option - "none of the above".


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