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May 04, 2005



Read it, as recommended by CY: Excellently written.


Great post. Thank you for writing it. What really gets me is the people you point out who are ready to follow the Guardian/Observer line that we should vote Tony "with reservations about Iraq, civil liberties, school league tables, tuition fees, ID cards, fear-based politics..."

The list is endless. The past four years, the Guardian in particular has not stopped complaining about what Labour has done. And yet, they are prepared to endorse him.

I am hoping that the rest of Britain isn't so stupid.


Spot on, Eddie. The Guardian line seems to be "policies aside, Labour are great". Erm...?


You gotta love a pitch that starts like: "Forget all the bad stuff... now stare, really hard, at the good stuff."


Great post.

"It had come to be accepted that the pigs, who were manifestly cleverer than the other animals, should decide all questions of farm policy, though their decisions had to be ratified by a majority vote." Animal Farm.


They’re a pass on electoral fraud

People who're trying to convince me to vote Labour are generally ignoring this one. I live in Birmingham Perry Barr. Why the hell should I vote for a local party which tried to steal the last election we had? Why do they deserve to be forgiven or trusted? *Sigh* I'm quite surprised by how angry I am about that, but never mind.

Phil Hunt

This is an excellent article -- there's really emotion behind it.


'kin hell, that was a good post.


Wow, what a great rant.

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