Nope, it’s not a song. Might prove to be Labour’s swan song though.
Jack Straw is embarrassed to have been caught selling his political influence to companies. Only the ‘being caught’ part troubles him. The corruption doesn’t bother him at all.
Vote Labour. Vote for Corruption.
The Ed Miller Band will not be sacking Diane Abbott for her racist anti-white tweets. They support her right to hate people based on the colour of their skin.
Vote Labour. Vote for Racism.
Austin Mitchell MP says that his Grimsby constituency is safe for Labour, even if the candidate was ‘a raving alcoholic sex paedophile‘. Impying – no, clearly stating – that the electorate are too stupid to consider voting for someone else.
Vote Labour, get a Raving Alcoholic Sex Paedophile MP.
Yet many people willl still vote Labour, so maybe old Austin has a point. They really will vote for people who hate them and despise them. Just because it’s Labour.
It used to be that many people voted Labour because they didn’t want the Tories to win. For a long time, those seemed the only alternatives. Which one do you like least? Vote for the other one.
Seems to me that Labour really don’t want to win the next election. Not really surprising – they have nothing to offer, no solution to anything and their party is in dire need of a damn good purging. Ed Moribund is not the man to do it – the band needs a new lead singer. But who? Ed Balls? Prezza? Do they actually have anyone who can sort that mess out and present the electorate with something they want to vote for?
At the moment, no. Moribund Senior left to join Thunderbirds and there isn’t anyone else the public would trust now.
It’s different now. UKIP are taking votes from all parties except the SNP, and another term of Caviar Woman and her Spiteful Nannying Party will likely finish the SNP off for good. Even the Scots can only take so much.
So, another Daily Mail hatchet job appears. In which they deride UKIP’s requirement for visiting foreigners to arrive with health insurance (as we are expected to do by other countries) by pointing out that Mr. Farage smokes and drinks. They do not mention that he, like myself and many others, have been paying ionto the NHS for years through tax – and I have spent a total of two nights in hospital, 28 years apart. If I need expensive treatment in the future, I have already paid for it.
Many of the commenters have spotted this oversight. I suspect UKIP might do better than the current polls suggest since the other parties and the newspapers are resorting to ever-thinner smears.