IN the name of sanity please, PLEASE don’t let the first picture we see after the next election depict Miliband, Balls, and that bird from the SNP, grinning us all into oblivion from the steps of Number 10.
I find it almost impossible to believe that the Labour party is still in business, let alone running neck and neck with the Conservatives. Somehow, out of the ashes of a party, which after its last term of office, left millions unemployed, took us into a disastrous war on a tide of lies. Filled the country with immigrants.
Paid millions of layabouts billions in welfare handouts, sold all our gold for a pittance and left the country hovering on the brink of bankruptcy; is actually in close combat, with a party which gathered up the scattered pieces and over the next five years put two million people into employment, established zero inflation, made Britain the envy of Europe and turned it into one of the most successful economies in the world.
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I mean it simply doesn’t make sense. OK, there are of course dissenters, who gripe that the ‘improvements’ have yet to find their way into their pockets, but for heaven’s sake give it a chance. The British economy is growing stronger by the day and sooner, rather than later, everyone will be feeling the benefits.
Also, what must not be forgotten is that should the vote go against the Conservatives, there will be no referendum on Europe. At least Cameron is not insulting everyone’s intelligence and refusing to even listen to the sceptics.
So if, heaven forbid, a Labour coalition were to find themselves in power, you can expect a whole deluge of unchecked and unmanageable immigrants, you can get used to Brussels actually being inside the gate to Britain’s backyard and be prepared to rely on a simpering, hypocritical left-wing representative, unwilling or simply unable, to negotiate the British rights of just about anything.
Make no mistake, Labour has consistently been elected on the back of other people’s money; income usually earned by capitalist predecessors. They then pass this ideology onto their subjects, multitudes of whom also revel in living off unearned incomes. Because they don’t have the capabilities of actually earning themselves, they then endeavour to buy popularity by throwing the contents of the coffers at the public, waste the hard-earned money of their predecessors in ill-fated schemes.
Borrow even more to stay solvent and sooner or later, once again bankrupt the country. And so the vicious circle continues. Well now is the chance to break it. Vote for Cameron.
He may not be perfect, but at least he’s not a leftie hypocrite. Frankly any other result than a Conservative win doesn’t bear thinking about.