Sunday, October 21, 2007

Lib Dum and Lib Dum-er

Tweedle-dum and Tweedle-dee
Resolved to have a battle,
For Tweedle-dum said Tweedle-dee
Had spoiled his nice new rattle.

Just then flew by a monstrous crow,
As big as a tar barrel,
Which frightened both the heroes so,
They quite forgot their quarrel.

Interesting Marr-athon this morning . William Hague was ,as ever a giant strolling amongst the Lilliputians when Marr interviewed both him and Europe Minister , Jim Murphy (1). Hague made the point, which lurks behind all of this . This is not a forensically detailed legal dispute . This is a ‘process‘. In the case if the New Constitution , the ability to amend in the future is written in, obviating the necessity for further awkwardness of a democratic nature .

Marr pressed Hague on whether the Conservative Party would repeal the Treaty if they won the election and I thought he gave a good answer . If this is signed without a referendum then they would , probably ,want to hold one , they weren’t going to decide on what exactly they would do now but legislation would be passed to ensure no future government passes the country into the hands of foreigners without consulting the people. Now that is as far as they can reasonably be expected to go and there is no excuse for UKIP members not to support this Party in marginal constituencies .

The ratchet effect is the key to everything the cancerous Eurocrats wish to achieve .We never reverse we only ever delay . Clear signs that the people of a country wish to change direction are taken as signs they need a pause to catch breath before wading deeper into the mire of super-state-hood . I must admit , Marr hid his own super state wet dream pretty well . They did not ,however, take the chance to laugh at Gordon Brown being grimly ignored by the England team as they took their loser`s medals . A balanced show would have pulled out the implications of the day`s biggest story . Not the BBC and not Marr oh goodness me no., how common , how beneath us all.(2)

Nick Clog and Buff Huhne were on smirking winsomely at each other like girlishly shy lovers prior to a Sapphic feast of carnal delight (3) At pains to show he was not Cameron Lite he emphasised his anti Thatcherism and concern about unemployment while he was at Oxbridge .( …..coughtosser cough). He balanced that with the tale of how Liberals had been against ID cards following the second world war. ~(4)

That is the problem with Liberals isn`t it . Clog knows that Thatcher did not ‘cause’ unemployment , the Unions and left did by their misguided anti competitive socialism leading to the crisis of the 70s . AS an oragnge booker he tries to have it both ways . Similarly he claims to be against ID cards but he is all for handing our democratic rights to a Euro aristocracy of pampered exquisites Clog ,who , coincidentally , are going to impose ID cards on us whatever we say. The best Liberal is a liar because their beliefs try to encompass mutually contradictory impulses to meddles and to free. I would be the last person to want doctrine to replace human confusion but not to the point where it bequeathes a childish Christmas list.

It a standing source of embarrassment to the Liberals they are deciding between two such establishment figures . Westminster , Oxbridge Journalism and politics. The very pulsing distended abdomen of the Queen maggot in the new elite hive . The clear signal is that Freedom for them means “Freedom to agree with your betters “


Jim Murphy - From They work for you.
I see the only subject upon which individual rights seem to matter are 'gay' rights . I like his strong advocation of top up fees from the safety of Renfrewshire as well. He sounds the perfect Europe Minister. “Just doing his job”
Voted moderately for introducing a smoking ban.

Voted strongly for introducing ID cards.
Voted very strongly for introducing student top-up fees.
Voted very strongly for Labour's anti-terrorism laws.
Voted very strongly for the Iraq war.
Voted very strongly for replacing Trident.
Voted strongly for the hunting ban.
Voted very strongly for equal gay rights.

2-The whole business of a Scottish MP for Renfrewshire pushing England further into the Mantioch`s gaping Maugh is somewhat interesting isn`t it . A Scottish MP in the scrutiny committee was keen to find out from Milliband to what extent he had consulted the relevant Scottish representatives before proceeding . I am confused . Does Scotland conduct its own foreign poluicy now ? It appears they by default they do .In the case of fishing rights for example , can Scottish rights really be ignored when Holyrood exists and casually refers to the Government as the UK Government

3-Nick Clog - Because he is half Dutch and half Russian , European to the core he only stopped in this country to attend £21,000 pa Westminster and Cambridge before employing his many languages as a lickle spit courtier`s pomaded boy for Leon Brittan in Brussels . He has no loyalty to this country and finds nationalism incomprehensible as does Marr.

4-Maybe so but it was Churchill’s often forgotten last administration that started to undo the state gains of the war years . The coutry was a having a reasonable discussion until Wilson and Benn turned the class hatred flames on and used the long terms economic damage of the war to re-invent class warfare

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