Tuesday, 18 May 2010
Miliband is a muppet, in both outside and in.
I listened to Miliband's speech yesterday, and must say I was disappointed. It was incoherent, hesitant and vacuous to say the least. "Idealism..." Isn't that what has just ended, 13 years of idealistic government without facing up to reality? Most people I know leave idealism on the bar when they graduate and enter the real world. "Next labour" What's that then? You are beginning to sound like something off the supermarket shelf. What will it be next week?
Wasn't flogging off the gold at rock bottom price an idealistic act thinking it might help the country contrary to Bank of England advice. Yes, that's what we want, more of that from this weird looking bloke!
What this country needs is somebody with a solid background, a reputable experience, a insider track record, a likable personality, both social & professional integrity, an attitude of long term stability with political cohesion & diversity at its core. Couple that with self-pride & worth, and a humbling attitude to the public who placed him in office. None of this you will get with Labour, or Miliband – the only man on the face of the earth willing to absolutely anything to secure himself a better job. A conniving little two faced, spineless toad. A wimp, a wart on the decency of public office. What’s even more scary is the fact the obvious Labour collective out there, will vote him in.