They just got a different tool to use than we do: They kill innocent lives to achieve objectives. That's what they do. And they're good. They get on the TV screens and they get people to ask questions about, well, you know, this, that or the other. I mean, they're able to kind of say to people: Don't come and bother us, because we will kill you. Bush - Joint News Conference with Blair - 28 July '06

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Vote 'New Tory' for the 'New' way forward

Tony and Dave Forever

There is not a fag paper between Neo-Labour and the Conservatives ... both bloody awful parties. Why don't they be done with it and merge. It can be the New Tory party. And it can be lead by a resurgent Tony Blair with Dave Cameron as his side kick [Tony can strike a deal to hand Dave the reigns in a 'few' years]. They'll be in power for millennia. And given that they've already sold off the few differentiating principles that once existed, the policy implications will be trivial.

I guess it wouldn't look like much of a democracy if they merged, and they wouldn't make as much cash for, erm, funding if they were consolidated into just 'one' party. Which is the reverse message to the one they espouse - the market - with its mergers and lay-offs and shipping the jobs off to the lowest bidder.

I vote we put the main two parties into the hands of a private equity company, pure money men, who can then 'leverage' the 'synergies' and mold a leaner, fitter 'New Tory' off shore registered single party state [+ the libdems/the queen]. Tony and Dave ............. F O R E V E R

... At a general election, the ICM poll result would leave Labour as the largest party, but short of a parliamentary majority by perhaps 25 seats. One in three voters backs the Liberal Democrats or a smaller party such as the Greens, unchanged on 2%. The Liberal Democrats - bruised by their performance in this month's local elections - remain on 21%. That should ease pressure on Sir Menzies Campbell after recent poor findings from other polling companies.Link