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On 10 Jan 2012 at 7:22am Paul Newman wrote:
For those interested the polls for Labour on Economic competence have been devastating with Ed and Clegg rivalling eachother for extreme unpopularity. "In the Black " Labour, "Blue Labour", MPs, and others, have called for him to accept that one and one equals two .The fratricidal one is duly trying to appear fiscally sane. That will not do.In the words of the ad " Said`s no good mate". There is one thing, and one thing only, that will start to establish credibility, and that is for Union puppet to turn on his masters. He must side with the tax payer against the Unionised Public Sector who are treating the country the way the tube drivers treat Commuters.
If he continues to act as the political wing of vested interest s then he is dead in the water. If you listen to his speech, listen out for the tone he adopts. It is already late in the day and if he does not have the cojones
...next up Yvette Cooper.
On 10 Jan 2012 at 8:27am DFL wrote:
Yep, don't like the way they're going at the moment, I wept for days when David Milliband didn't get the job.....
On 10 Jan 2012 at 8:38am Snore... wrote:
'Told you so'. Just how old are you Paul?
On 10 Jan 2012 at 8:59am Politics hater wrote:
Can't stand any of them but i'm getting a little peeved with seeing that utter clown, Nick Clegg with his smarmy face and those rediculous over the top hand gestures.
Im not a violent person but im getting the overwhelming urge to want to remove his kneecaps with a baseball bat.
That's all, carry on
On 10 Jan 2012 at 9:46am Clifford wrote:
Paul Newman wrote: 'He must side with the tax payer against the Unionised Public Sector who are treating the country the way the tube drivers treat Commuters.'
What, get them to their destination on time and in safety? Not a bad ambition really.
I see the 'line to take' e-mails are still arriving from CCHQ Paul.
On 10 Jan 2012 at 10:39am kettle wrote:
I don't get the vendetta against the unions Paul. Would you like to go back to how things were before they existed?
I see a resurgence of union power when people realise that they will be sh*t on even more by this morally bankrupt bunch of Eton schoolboys if they don't belong to a union.
On 10 Jan 2012 at 10:52am nobrainer wrote:
I stopped listening to, watching the and reading news a couple off years back.
The world is a much better place. It just encourages them to carry on, like voting for them, they think we actually care.
I recommend that the entire nation boycotts the next election, revolution will follow comrades!
On 10 Jan 2012 at 12:52pm Paul Newman wrote:
I do not have a vendetta against the Union movement Kettle .On the contrary, the Unions were, at one time, heroic movements representing a broad range of people. They were an invaluable fund of conservative common sense to set against the bourgeois Fabians, and a means of including new classes without revolution. Nothing but admiration for them in the past.
Now they predate on the very people they once championed .
( DFL I am also an admirer of David Milliband )
On 10 Jan 2012 at 5:14pm Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
God, that'll be the kiss of death for D Milliband's ppoliticla career if it gets out!
On 10 Jan 2012 at 7:13pm Yawn... wrote:
It's Cameron's mean little mouth I want to smack.
On 11 Jan 2012 at 8:32am DFL wrote:
Paul and I have something in common !! Now that IS scary !
On 11 Jan 2012 at 12:50pm Kettle wrote:
Well we will have to disagree about the unions, however I agree with Paul about David Milliband, though probably for different reasons,..
On 12 Jan 2012 at 1:15am Peasant wrote:
The Unions get weaker and the poor get poorer.
Just at the same time.
Now there's a coincidence.

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