Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Millipede 'One nation again'

What Millipede is proposing is that everyone having the same opportunities as the rest, good idea, but who will pay for this utopia? Yes more Liebore spin leading to another Liebore lie and as you know Liebore twist in the wind!
Everything has costs attached to it. Those who work and pay taxes are the ones who foot the bills. There are always some who don't succeed  either from lack of education, illness, no job, no prospects and economic climate we are seeing now. What we he should be promoting is education for those who lack it, job training for those out of work, and instilling personal responsibility into all.
For far to long the state as been seen to be the benefactor of all, who pays others for doing nothing, while those who graft take home less. It as to stop if this nation is to survive. We do have to have 'one nation' but not has Millipede see's it we have to have 'one nation' who are not afraid of work, not afraid of hard graft, and who are prepared to be thrifty and nifty to survive.

Tuesday, 2 October 2012

If Britain needs 'rebuilding' just who tore it down, Ed?

Fellow readers, understand where we are; the nation now consists of multiple lobby groups. If you do not belong to one of these,the chances are you will receive no benefit from their actions. If you do,it is purely by chance. Sadly the lobby which infests Parliament purports to represent the electorate. In fact, they continually lobby for themselves. Read Millipedes droning again. he is merely talking to his fellow lobbyists. The media,including this refuge for inadequate journalism , are no more than another part of this lobby group. Millipede and co have secured their situation by representing the same views but presented in slightly different ways. Voter disengagement matters not to them -after all they will get the votes of various lobby groups to give them power.
He is a prat. End of. And one prat that I would love to see ride this pathetically small wave of pseudo-popularity all the way to May 2015, or, I hope, earlier, so that when the time comes to bite the bullet and really show your support, he loses by a landslide of proportions that the Mythological Greeks would be proud of.
You and I are of no consequence. Any presentation of 'change' or 'caring about the nation' is just a smokescreen.Typical socialist hypocrisy - One Nation in one breath and bad old-fashioned class war in the next.

Millipede, yawn, yawn, yawn

State school, public school - yawn, yawn, yawn! Ed Milliband represents all that is wrong with politics. Boring and bland - lacking presence and not saying anything new. And just like all the other shallow charmless fools, they all take advice from the unseen advisers and sycophants - What colour shirt? Single button cuffs? Dark suit? Plain dark tie? Yep - that was his attire. Ed Miliband has nothing in common with me. Let's start with the fact that he's never had a proper job outside the shielded walls of the Labour Party. And as a regular hard working bloke I'm also trying to understand how he can mortgage that million pound house he has in Primrose Hill on an MP's wages. And of course I didn't play any part at all in the last Labour Government's spending plans which doubled structural Government in just seven years and has left our country with a financial albatross on it's back just when we need to make some savings. Finally, I can answer a straightforward question without spending 6 minutes talking irrelevant and If this dull, uninspiring man thinks he can persuade us that he can both buck the entire world economic recession and 'turn Britain around', and make us all a one-nation of altruistic saints, he's dreaming. incomprehensible bollocks like he seems to every time he's on the Marr show.