Wednesday, 29 August 2007


It has been reported that the ‘bounce’ in Labour popularity following the ascendancy of Brownski is faltering. David Cameron is increasingly being seen as the best option for sorting out the economy, health and law and order.
Normally I would think this a good thing, but it would be inadvisable for the Tories to push for an election at this time, even though I think it totally wrong that an unelected Prime Minister is holding office.
Best, I think, for them to allow the ‘esteemed leader’ to place his personality well and truly upon his office. In this way people may begin to see the dictatorial and centralised form of government he is perfecting.

© Anthony North, August 2007

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