Saturday, July 21, 2007

Lord Tebbit: On Your Bike and Look for Work



Tom Watson found the following in The FT:

Lord Tebbit, the former party chairman, acidly summarised the result as “Labour won, the Liberal Democrats did well, and Mr [Tony] Lit, the Tory candidate, and former Labour party donor, who stood under the banner of David Cameron’s Conservatives, did extremely badly”.

10 comments:

Iain Lindley said...

Well, I won't be quoting Hattersley or Tony Benn, so I'm not sure why you get satisfaction from quoting Lord Tebbit...

Chris Paul said...

Mmmmm, because Cameron is a buffoon who will never even have the impact of Kinnock? Perhaps?

jack london said...

Mr Paul, as a member of a war-mongering neo-con party, do you never get tired of defending the indefensible?

Chris Paul said...

"Jack London" - who the hell are you? This post does seem to have hit the spot though ,,,

jack london said...

Just an interested observer.

Chris Paul said...

Thanks Jack. Feel free to use your own name and allegiances on sleeve if you wish. You will not find posts here defending war-mongering or neoliberalism or even defending of the indefensible. My politics are grown up, principled and pragmatic.

Not childish, unprincipled and fantasy-world. Your post was and is off topic. Attempting to deflect observations about a divided, rudderless and clueless opposition party onto a united, principled and intelligent party of government.

Diablo said...

Chris

Jack London has done you a service. You've actually had some interaction with another person apart from your three friends who usually correspond. And no - I am not Mr London - just another interested observer who is concerned about the amount of time you spend alone in your bedroom. You've got to get out more - like Iain Dale for example?

Why not get on your bike and get a real job?

Chris Paul said...

Oh do get back up yourself Diablo! I do know who "Jack London" is. And it's not you. It's not hard to work out.

"Jack" is not someone who believes that the error prone Mr Dale walks on water. He does not.

drhuq said...

Chris, pix of ministerial tea party up at my facebook if you're interested.

jack london said...

"...united, principled and intelligent..."

Which one of the Labour Cabinet are you talking about?