Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Calamity Clegg does it again

Nick Clegg has written to people in Kensington and Fairfield - and who knows where else in Liverpool, asking people to consider their choices on polling day.

In a letter designed to solicit postal vote applications, he has included a small glossy brochure called, "Liverpool Decides 2007".

I wonder if he knows that in 2007 when Liverpool did "decide" in Kensington and Fairfield, it decided Labour

Or in Warbreck and Speke/Garston where in both seats it decided Labour not once but twice last year.

Or in Belle Vale, where it decided Labour

and in Yew Tree where it decided Labour

I could go on......

I look forward to seeing how Liverpool decides in 2008!


Anonymous said...

Yes, and the working-class core vote in Liverpool will decide that it's absolutely disgusted that a so-called Labour Government is hitting the very lowest paid and pensioners following the abolition of the 10p basic rate tax band. What chance lifting them out of the poverty-trap now? You can go on all you like about "Labours record" [just like JK tried to do recently on Radio 4 and failed miserably] but the simple fact is that you are deserting the very poorest and defenceless people in society to firm up the votes in Middle England. Pathetic.

Anonymous said...

(scouseboy) as I said on this blog last week...Sit down and watch the Fib Dems implode!!!

Louise Baldock said...

I understand that questions are now being asked about the fact that the LibDems should not have been soliciting postal votes and asking voters to send the forms back to them rather than to the Elections Officer. Naughty, naughty Mr Clegg, you are going to be in some bother I think.

I also understand that some of the people who have been sent the letters asking if they want a PV already have one.

Which suggests piss poor planning and targetting.


Every year they prove to be rubbish at this.

They have also sent direct mail to Liam's agent, who was my agent and Wendy's agent.

What a waste of their money and resources - still it helps us to keep a track of what they are saying and doing and what they will need to be claiming for in their election expenses.

Anonymous said...

Shutting down Leighton Dene and Boaler Street is "deserting the poorest and defenceless"

Louise Baldock said...

The dawn of awakening is nigh