Ouch – the pain!

GibbetsWe had a bit of a rant today.  Lord T wrote, over at Boris’s site:

It is a union in the same way that the USSR is. It is a group of unelected and socialist dictators enforcing their rule on the rest of the ‘union’ and building their own empire.

Personally, I hope there is a lot of pain. It will cause people to remember and we will need that. Now Cameron is leading the Conservative party towards socialism and defeat at the next election we want the EU to be destroyed to ensure a new invigorated Labour will be unable to take us into it unopposed whilst real Conservatives fight to regain their party before, if defeated, splitting off and forming their own new party. One with real conservative values.

There was a reason that Cameron failed to make any headway for years against the worst UK government we have had in the history of the planet. We warned you in the polls we didn’t want him and you ignored us now we have another Socialist government. It seems unbelievable to me that we will have another Labour government next time [round] but I genuinely believe that will be the case.

Gordo is gone, sadly unpunished, and the Labour party is recovering, already gaining new members whilst we still have Cameron, a socialist, and the Conservative party is falling apart so next time I’ll be voting UKIP again to actually get some Conservative policies.

… and:

When you consider that Labour was almost returned to power at the last election and if Clegg had chosen Labour instead of the Tories they would have been in power again, it shows that the UK electorate have not learnt a thing. There are two ways to learn

1) by examining things and experimenting and

2) by rote and the cane. The electorate are clearly too thick to learn the first way so we go the second.

Yes, I do hope there will be a lot of pain and that despite Cameron punishing his supporters to prop up Labour supporters, which is what he is doing, that pain trickles down. Labour supporters won’t support Conservatives anyway they would rather chop off their arms and Cameron is driving conservative supporters away with his policies.

The country needs to fall apart so we can be reborn. There is pain in that.

Oh and I’m not a UKIP supporter although many of your Tory pals are. UKIP will be the new Tory party soon. I’m not sure who the nutters are here. Someone that calls themselves a Tory who supports a socialist party or someone with a cause shared by a large part of the population.

Well, I couldn’t miss the fun and so I put:

I’m just astounded and chagrined that Labour should get off scot free after what they have done to us. The Queen’s Speech showed part of the horror and the penury we’re all going to suffer and what are the culprits doing?

Picking a new leader who will lead us into yet another fine mess and affix us to the EU so hard we will no longer be the UK. They’re acting as if “well, it’s all just politics and we’ll do better next time.” No, no, a thousand times no.

We got Red Ken out and put Boris in – now we have to get Red Dave out, dismantle Labour and try the culprits.

By the way, like the new Routemasters but the old ones were better.

317167-whip_largeI’d like to see certain parliamentarians and a recaptured Blair strung up on gibbets down the M1 – not wishing to be violent or anything, mind you.

And if that’s not enough for your bloodlust, try this:

It seems people like you forget the Conservative Party has a loony left element that represents no one but itself. They are not classical liberals like the ordinary conservative or the so called right-wing Tories, they call themselves ‘progressive’ or modern liberals. Read Jonah Goldberg’s ‘Liberal Fascism’ to understand where these progressives come from.

Sharing the pain

13 comments for “Ouch – the pain!

  1. May 25, 2010 at 21:42

    Lord T makes the music I like to hear.

  2. May 25, 2010 at 23:17

    Well of course you know I don’t believe that socialists are in power but something subtly different, something that has been building for 30ish years. However the socialists are just as unsettled and aware as you about what is going on, lets see if they can gather together and make a move…

  3. May 26, 2010 at 06:11

    I like the picture at the top of the post; it’s not often you get to see a couple of good politicians.

  4. May 26, 2010 at 12:00

    Well I’m not really a singer but I do my best.

  5. MadPiper
    May 26, 2010 at 12:30

    “A statesman is a politician who’s been dead ten or fifteen years.” This is why we need to develop time travel.

  6. May 26, 2010 at 18:19

    Thanks all.

  7. May 27, 2010 at 11:24

    does my last comment not get a mention the 🙁 i understand 🙁 (sob)

  8. May 27, 2010 at 11:44

    Janina – what comment? This is your first comment on the post – I’ve checked the spam and there’s nothing in there.

  9. May 27, 2010 at 11:49

    lol no i meant the one ive made on the site in question 🙂 re;nhs=E.U
    Well i think its good anyhow.
    (only put up last night )

  10. May 27, 2010 at 11:59

    Ah, I suspect Une Affaire de Coeur over there. [His eyelids innocently flicker – there’s no smiley for that]

  11. May 27, 2010 at 12:11

    I’m not so sure i have a very large range of smileys…….
    ummmmmm…..
    Actually i think your right….
    But i shall find one , one day!

  12. May 27, 2010 at 15:33

    Janina, are you aware that your link comes up blank?

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