Friday, April 17, 2009

Have Dastardly and Muttley cost Labour the next election?

Labourhome : Have Dastardly and Muttley cost Labour the next election?

Whether they meant to or not the people currently in charge of the Labour Party have dismantled public trust in their honesty, they will not even begin to regain it without spending a long and painful period in opposition. It gives me no pleasure to write that and even less to think of all the good people who will have their chance to make a difference through the political process greatly reduced as a result, but the consequences of foolishness and complacency, like your own shadow cannot be outrun.

It certainly looks impossible for Labour to be renewed while it remains in power.

Once again, we need to plan for a Tory government.

1 comment:

Bearded Socialist said...

I think Labour lost the election some time ago, although it seems like they are not yet dead and buried, somehow.
If the Tories haven't learnt their recent lessions they could keep going on about McBride to their own detriment, thereby loosing some support and keeping all results possible going into the election.

I was talking to my mum tonight. She's a Tory, Daily Mail and all. And she gives real credit to Labour for improving the NHS, especially waiting times. So all may not be lost