Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Land Of Hope And Glory - A Modern Revision

Frustrated by yet another ambush on Cameron from all sides while the Government escapes any sort of rapprochement, a semi-attempt to send-off today's Britain, in the hymn, 'Land of Hope and Glory.'

Land of Scope and Story

(2007, - Francesca Preece - contributor- Andrew with editing help from Bupesh)

Banned of dope and Tory,
smothered by the sea,
How shall we save thee, little mongrel country?

Tighter still and tighter, shall Brown’s laws be set,
Brown sold us down the river, put us in great debt.

Lies and spin and controlling, each put on our men,
Haters of the state bullied and called Le Pen.

Throned without consent, throned to this poor state,
England is done for and no chance of tax rebate.

Land of Scope and Story, Russia’s lost deity,
In this pc run land, how can we praise thee?

Fed up and lonely, to the French plebs we comply,
Away from bureaucratic headaches, we gleefully deny.

Glad to be out of England, our OAPS sing,
Off to Sarkozy, away from Gordon the King.

Monday, July 23, 2007

The Tories Have Never Had It So Good

While Cameron gets up to his knees in floodwater in his Oxfordshire constitiency, the Brutus counterparts in the Cons grab their scythes, knifes and prepare to stab yet again another of their leaders in the back.

Today, my partisan paper, the Express revealed the plans of up to six Tory ministers to axe the very leader who has brought the party to its highest popularity in the polls since 1997.

As the Tory Traitors prepare to vote no confidence in converse clad Cameron, there is one thing we should ponder - is this a cry for help?

The traitor trend of the Tories to shove their leaders once they come into some sort of influence on the political mainstream is alarming and I feel, as an unqualified nut-case-corrector that this behaviour, often seen in children doing the outrageous to get attention, is a sign that all is not well in the Tory towers.

Are the Tory grassroots afraid to feel power after ten long years?
Are they confused of their politicality and afraid to come out?
Or maybe a more logical explanation could explain this recurring problem.....they're not in fact Tory.

Stranger things have happened.

Just think of the possibilities of infiltrating an enemy political faction!

Plenty of leaking to opposition rags, learning the ropes and practices of the party head quarters, breaking the party from within....the list is endless.

What if this in fact Labour's way of ensuring that the Tories cannot and won't ever get into 10 Downing Street again?

If revealed true, it would certainly improve my stance towards the government.

While it is utterly nuts, what makes this quite croyable is that none of the MPs have dared to reveal their names.

Surely this is proof?

If these "gutless snipers" (Andrew Mitchell) felt so strongly about Cameron's whereabouts, why are they so spineless not to go public with their heart held views?

Cowardice? Perhaps
Success complex? Maybe
Labour's new way to quash opposition? Very probable

The Tories have never had it so good so why are they so bent on destroying their chances to rid for once and for all, the loony lefties and head of this sleazeful excuse for a government, King John?

Buck your ideas up, won't you, dear Tories - there's an election to be won!

Friday, July 20, 2007

No-Budgefield - NEWSFLASH - Labour gets in (again)

Unsurprisingly again, the Conservatives have come under attack for firstly the defect of Tony Lit to the party, which was seen by outside politicians as humiliating, and secondly for failing to uproot Labour's stronghold in Ealing and Southall.

Liberal Democrat MP Ed Davey said that this showed the weakness in David Cameron as leader choice but did anyone really expect any different than a red victory in these constituencies?

One should remember that Sedgfield was Tony Blair's voting ground, he was MP there only a month or so ago - I doubt that the political landscape would have changed so dramatically over a matter of four weeks.

Southall, too, has typically been a source of many of Labour's seats in the past and for a labour-turned tory politician to walk in and take 8,000 of the votes, even after the donor scandal is pretty impressive.

Congratulations is to be given to the Liberal Democrats for coming second on both counts.

Bravo. With the choice of sleaze on the left, sleaze on the right and unknown sleaze, I guess the disaffected enfranchised decided to take the libdemos for a spin.

Though perhaps with the party's track record in electoral success, it would seem to be a bit of a waste of a vote.

But I don't think that these constituents are quite up to the challenge of ticking the Tory box quite yet.

This simplistic distinction between the three probably explains why even after the dawning of a decade of wages, war and waiting lists, Ealing residents and Southall guises chose to stick to the mantra of 'better the devil you know.'

Still, biased as always,in an ideal world, I would have preferred a Tory outcome.

I wonder whether Labour would have had the same success if there had been a better turn out.

44 odd per cent is not very representative at all of the constituency.

The plus side is that out of the little turn out we managed to seize a slice.

Good efforts Tory chaps!

If only Aunty Beeb and the media hound dogs would take these into consideration and see the result as the best man winning rather than taking the view that it is a show on Tory weakness.

Surely there are more important issues at hand for you to scrutinise and criticise rather than Cameron.

I'm sure he's taking this with a pinch of salt and celebrating that at least they got something and the Lib Dems and Tories did manage to reduce the Labour majority by a bleeding lot.

That's gotta put a smile on Cameron's face - it sure does on mine :)