Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Labour has gone to the dogs

It's official, even Lordy Mandy has said it, Labour has gone to the dogs. Let's hope they stay there.

They may fool themselves and think they can make their comeback but Labour, you're past it. When May 6th comes round, we as a nation will sigh a long-waited relief as Brown packs his bags out of No 10 and hands over the keys. For then, after a disastrous 13 years at the helm, we will have our country back, albeit in ruin, and begin to patch up and repair the damage as this nation had to after the scars of the second world war.

The Conservatives have the tools to rebuild Britain and bring her back to glory and all we ask is that the public keep their chins up and entrust us with the power to do so.

Nick Clegg proved that his party would happily sell away their virtues and their policies for a quick buck, soundbite or a shot at power, even considering a coalition with the Labour party.

And now Labour mark their own destruction, realising at long last that they're not up to the job and that their shambles of a party can't go fourth for another term.

Rather than remodel our party entirely (on ours might TTG add) on what we may deem popular, we have listened to the public and adapted rather than create a new Conservatives.
We will always keep our family values, tradition, respect and patrotism at the very heart of our thinking. We are prepared to do what we feel is best to boost Britain even if it is unpopular.

So Mandy can go on the attack and try to convince half-heartedly that Cameron is shallow or that Brown has a fighting spirit but their vacuous statements won't wash.

The future's not bright for Labour at Brighton. Enjoy this week for it may be your last as a party in power.

Roll on May 6th.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

What's it got to do with shoe, TUC?

TUC have managed to put their foot in it, yet again. This time, the union wants to ban shoes, boots and sandals in favour of sensible, dreary, manlike flatties.

Determined to strip countrywomen of creativity, flair and expression, they reckon the ban plan is for our protection as we may hurt ourselves slipping on a pair of kitten heels.

Apparently the smart footwear isn't appropriate for the office anymore. Perhaps the ole Marxists would rather we wore our scruffy dog-eared trainers while thumbing piecharts. Sexualisation is an integral part of the female gender. We use it to attract men; to have power over men; to make us taller and for our own self-flattery. Wearing heels does to our calves what five months of gruelling workouts should but without working up a sweat. But nothing compares to shoes when it comes to confidence. Why else does a woman trapse around and hobble down the street on a pencil thin heel? Aesthetics appeal. Full stop.

We know that sky high eight inchers aren't slippers by any stretch but we take the pain like a pinch of salt. We gladly suffer, through our own CHOICE, to wear supposedly "sexist" stilettos. It is our right to shoes and to subject ourselves to pain -we get off on it dontcha know?
TUC, mind shoe business. Would you dare condemn President Sarkozy for his heels? 'Cos those are whopping and surely have caused enough damage to his street cred.

Let's face it - women wear shoes and they love doing so. Now stop being sexist and let us get on with some much needed shoe shopping. The lady's not for turning ... especially in flats.

P.S The delectable sequinned six inch golden wonders are from the Miss KG concession, Kurt Geiger's spin-off range, and can be found in Debenhams. Get yours, girls.

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

No, it's not justice to demote Alan

Let's be rational, the sacking of Tory Alan Duncan is not justice. What a redundant move. A mere month after the Conservatives forgave and forgot Dunky Donut's "MPs live off rations" rant, Alan has been found guilty of a bad publicity charge and chucked in the Shadow Justice Office.

Alan, who had been posted as the Shadow Leader of the House of Commons, had been tossed away like yesterday's news in a manner akin to ex-Speaker Michael Martin.

Cameron may be pruning his shadow cabinet in a bid to produce a showstopping bed of political talent in preparation for the election in May but cutting back Alan Duncan from growing, is a terrible mistake and not one easy to eradicate.

Duncan may have been a bad egg in some ways for his high-end gardening expenses, his alleged death threat to an anti-gay Miss America type on HIGNFY but despite all his media mistakes, the man has done good for the party. He has helped or image as one that is inclusive of all persuasions and life choices and one that is forgiving.

For all of Labour's faults (and there are many!), at least they aren't too snap happy and again and again (much to our dismay in some cases e.g Brown, Mandy, Smith etc.)continue to roll out ministers who have made mistakes but are prepared to carry on with the job and the spotlight and possible furore and fury from their constituents.

So why is it that when the going gets tough, we only get rougher on our own side?
From ill-thought outbursts, to not polling enough votes at elections, why do we continue to cut away at our support and our staff? TTG knows we are the party of cuts but it's getting ridiculous.

If faith has taught TTG anything, it is the message of forgiveness. How can we expect anyone on the outside and voters to entrust their faith in us if we can't even trust ourselves not to f*** up again.

It's taken the public over 11 years to finally openly forgive us for our mistakes and we can't let them down. Let us trust one another, for their sake at least.

In our current climes, all our countrymen want is calmness, and a message of hope for the many millions left stranded, helpless, homeless and jobless under Labour's legacy of a decade of destruction.

TTG trusts Alan Duncan will continue to do a good job. Just let him get on with it.

No more cut backs to our cabinet!

Forgive and forget, please.

Thursday, September 03, 2009

Poll in the head: Who STILL votes Labour?

The Tories are riding the political tide with a whopping 42 per cent vouching for the Conservative cause BUT .... lost cause misfits Labour still managed to poll 28 per cent!

Who on earth is still voting Labour?

That is the important issue here!

Before we can even dream or hope of a victory let alone a landslide one, we need to pinpoint properly which groups are ticking away happily for another decade of destruction. Without doing this, we can only dream of power. And dreaming is not enough. We need to win back Britain.

Labour voters, who are you?