Tuesday, April 28, 2009

EXCLUSIVE Labour Brain Drain: Dan Clarke, Sorely Missed (Not)

Oh Danny Boy the pipes, the pipes are calling
from glen to glen and down the mountain side
The summer's gone and all the roses dying
'tis you 'tis you must go and I must bide
But come ye back when summer's in the meadow
or when the valley's hushed and white whith snow
'Tis I'll be there in sunshine or in shadow
Oh Danny Boy, Oh Danny Boy I love you so

Courtesy: Celtic Lyrics, though of course this one comes from the heart. Imprinted.

"Was this Dan Clarke a Libdemologist all along?" we asked yesterday after reading some utterly putrescent yellow toss that Brain Drain Dan posted at Labour Home. NB: At time of writing Labour Home is on a 503 - Service Unavailable. Hopefully they'll find some 50p's for the meter by the morning. Here's a cache. And here's a snippet:

At the next election I will back Chris Huhne. Eastleigh is a two horse race, between Chris who has a proven record as a progressive politician and a hard worker for Eastleigh or Maria Hutchings, who - whatever her personal qualities - supports right wing reactionary policies on Europe, immigration and local issues. I want to be a political activist who works for what is right. I have concluded that joining the Liberal Democrats will allow me to do this.

What a self-indulgent, self-serving, self-deluding, undignified, smug little hoon the boy is. Like Huhne himself. Clearly Danny Boy (23) would not have been selected if nasty smug chancer Chris Huhne's Eastleigh seat was even close to winnable. Now the pipes really are calling, from glen to glen across the mountainside ...

What we'd really like to say for Brain Drain Dan is that he's actually a complete idiot. Here's what he stuck on his now mostly "deleted" but utterly cached and grabbed "Daniel Clarke For Eastleigh" Blog:

Thursday, 16 October 2008
Yet another Tory candidate resigns
ConservativeHome report.
It is difficult for us Labour PPCs to be sure which Tories we will be facing at the General Election. It seems that with every passing day another Tory PPC resigns. I think this should really worry the Tory central command because it suggests that their grassroots organisation is crumbling. Regardless of what the polls say, you cannot win an election unless you have a large pool of effective and motivated candidates and activists. The fact that so many PPCs have resigned just a short time before a likely election also suggests that the Tories are not vetting their candidates very effectively, maybe they are just desperate for anyone they can get.
Posted by DanielClarke at 23:21

What we can be sure of when it comes to Georgia Gould (22) is that, wherever she stands as a PPC*, as incumbent, insurgent, or also ran, she would not conceive of changing horses midstream. What an arse Daniel Clarke has proven to be. More very soon!!! (Enough exclamations already!! Hennigan! Ed.)
* Please, Georgie, anywhere but Erith and Thamesmead.

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