PR Dave | Hung parliament

17 04 2010

Proving once more that the Tory team are unfit for purpose.  Short of ideas and policies through the paralyzing fear of losing votes, simple soundbites and non-committal promises are dished out like candy.  Tiring of appeasement, Mr Cameron sure is firing both barrels and now trying to scare the electorate into voting Blue.

“A hung parliament would be a bunch of politicians haggling, not deciding. They’d be fighting for their own interests, not fighting for your interests. They wouldn’t be making long-term decisions for the country’s future, they’d be making short-term decisions for their own future.”

Perhaps a coalition government with short-term aims set out by the people would force the Establishment to rethink their positions, that is, if they wish to keep them.  For never have we suffered such a political rash brought on by rotted corruption.  At least in the past the common man and woman had a chance of fleeing for a new life in the colonies.  Today, we are the colonies!

Even Tory Ken Clarke is festering in the brown brigade extolling this pearl of wisdom.

“There would be a risk of another financial crisis if we had a hung Parliament.”

Our markets are ruined anyways, some jobs overvalued, others underpaid, investment converted into dividends, packed up and sent to China, toxic toy for return, the stench is overwhelming of the global money-go-round.

Personally, I want a hung parliament in every sense of the word.  The Bastards that Be have had plenty of time to reflect and repent, a purge of biblical proportions would not satisfy me in the pursuit of Corruptibles.  So Politically, the only representative I want that meets me halfway in my demands is the direct-democracy supporting BNP.

The real danger of a hung Parliament:

All three of them working together.

It took a team of Internationalists to subvert the British Isles, so it is only logical that a team of Nationalists would be the best medicine for our predicament.

And neither Brown, Clegg or Cameron can be described as Nationalists.




One response

18 04 2010
Sir Henry Morgan

Hmmmm, I see – Camown stitching it up while Leggover makes use of his time with a J.Arthur.

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