Thursday, 6 May 2010

Get Well Soon Nigel!

News has reached me that former UKIP leader and one of my favourite politicians, Nigel Farage, was involved in a plane crash today whilst out campaigning to oust Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow.

So this is just a quick post to say to Nigel get well soon and I hope you manage to oust Bercow tonight. Let's face it, if you were in Parliament PMQT viewing figures would go through the roof!

Get well soon to the pilot too!

Tuesday, 4 May 2010

No Confidence in Lib Dem Defence Plans

An open letter was published in today's Time from a number of defence experts savaging the Lib Dems plans to leave Britain undefended. The experts, including Peter Clarke, the former National Counter Terrorism Co-ordinator, Sir Richard Dearlove, former head of the Secret Intelligence Service, and General Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank, former Chief of the Defence Staff, said that the Lib Dem's plans would leave Britain weakened on the world stage and vulnerable to terrorism.

Above: General Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank

These gentlemen have attacked the Lib Dem's plans to scrap control orders and the uncertainty of the Lib Dem's Trident plans and have stated that the Lib Dem's plans had escaped proper scrutiny. They also went on to say that the Lib Dem's confusion over the mission in Afghanistan left it outside the broad consensus of the two parties.

The Lib Dems have since responded to these attacks by stating that they were merely "scaremongering". Does this arrogant, high minded response not stink of Labour when they refused to listen to the experts on the mission in Afghanistan with regards to helicopters and shortages of equipment? The answer is yes, and it shows that the Lib Dems, should they be part of a coalition with Labour, will continue to harm the country and continue to harm HM Armed Forces just as Labour has done over the past 13 years.

Monday, 3 May 2010

TrueBlueToryBoy Has Entered the Modern Age

You heard it here first, TrueBlueToryBoy is now on Twitter!

So feel free to follow me and share and read my 'tweets'

Gordon in the Dock!

Our election broadcast for tonight!

I just want to be somewhat picky about it for a moment. First it should be 'The People v Gordon Brown', not the People vs Gordon Brown'. Also assuming it's a Private Prosecution (because it's 'The People v Gordon Brown' rather than R v Gordon Brown) it wouldn't have a jury. Other than that it was a great job! Bring on Thursday!

Saturday, 1 May 2010

One of the Few Good Things About the Lib Dem Surge

The X Factor TV Debates has seen a ridiculously unprecedented and unscrutinised surge in support for the Lib Dems without anybody really knowing what they stand for (letting petty criminals off, giving rapists, paedophiles and murders the vote and
selling us to the EU). It would obviously be a poor result if these anti people policies were ever allowed to be implemented.

However this surge does have one good result and it might be to stop that nutty communist, Dr Caroline Lucas of the Green Party, from becoming an MP in the Brighton Pavilion Constituency. I just give a quick explanation about how this woman previously had a chance of actually getting in so you don't just switch off in disgust. Basically in 2005 election their candidate, Keith Taylor, came third in this constituency pushing the Lib Dems into forth place. The Greens realised that the Lib Dem supporters had abandoned the Lib Dems and were voting for the Greens instead and so focused on trying the get more and more Lib Dems on their side. It was widely regarded that in Brighton Pavilion this General Election t was very much going to be a two horse race between the Conservatives and the Greens, in fact the Conservative candidate said as much on the Daily Politics show.

However now the Lib Dems are all popular again and riding, in most polls, in a comfortable second place. I am now pretty sure that with this Lib Dem support and Clegg's goodish performance in the debates, all those Lib Dems who were voting Green back in 2005 will go back home to their candidate, the left wing vote will split and the Tory will kick out the Labour MP. Well, let's all hope so anyway.