"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Saturday, 19 September 2009

Why LibDems Hate Cons

I'm sure we can all guess why the LibDems are chewing the ankles of the Conservative Party: it's because they see the Conservatives as a threat and they think the Labour Party can be completely ignored in the run-up to the next General Election. Labour is lost (and may it remain so - lost and buried deep in our memories so that we never, ever vote this expletive-deleted x3 bunch of morons, their siblings or offspring into office again).

The LibDems are probably playing a good game here. It makes sense that they should attack the Party most able to take votes away from them but they're thinking of what would be best for them, as a Party; they're not thinking of the country and, for that, I despise them.

Listening to the opening Motions at the LibDem Conference this afternoon I was struck by how many laws they'd like to introduce. The motions on Real Women and Environment were stuffed with false premises and new laws. When did the Liberal Democrats stop being liberal?

I take it from Clegg's speech that the LibDems don't see any chance of a hung Parliament with their Party being called upon for support. Goodbye and farewell proportional representation and voting reform - may you be buried as deeply as the Labour Party.


  1. More laws, more rules, more loss of ancient rights and liberties. Just another reason not to boast for the big 3.

  2. Until Cameron gives more detail of the Grand Repeal Bill, I won't be holding my breath either QM.

  3. In order to get votes, parties have to appeal to 'average' voters. Expect more authoritarian bollocks, by the bucketload.


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