22 July 2008

A little suggestion for the Labour Party

Now, I'm sure there are a number of people in the SNP who will have a fit at me for offering what I intend as constructive criticism to the Labour Party. But as I'm offering this a little bit too late for them, I'm going to offer a suggestion in the spirit of the new politics:

When you're being attacked by your opponent for resembling the Tories, when you're criticising your opponent for doing that, and when your response is to publish a leaflet detailing how nasty the Tories were, it's a really bad idea to produce a benefit policy that the Tories will not just support, but claim was theirs in the first place. It merely proves John Mason's point.

And when you're even going so far as to suggest that one By-Election gain by the SNP will mean that a 60-seat Labour majority suddenly ushers in a David Cameron Premiership, by complaining that a win for John Mason will "let the Tories in", it's maybe wise to destroy all copies of this picture first:



Just a thought.

5 comments:

Ewan Watt said...

Interesting - just wait and see the SNP's leaflets!

Will said...

I've seen a fair few of them already Ewan, mainly as I pushed them into people's letterboxes!

alex porter said...

what does it say on them?

Jeff said...

Heehee....

I don't think there'll be too many SNP folk having a fit after that post Will.

Stephen Glenn said...

I also like the one attacking Mason for saying this Labour Government is just like a Tory one. I personally don't think Mason's statement went far enough this labour Governemnt have gone futher.

Yes they brought in a minimum wage but when you add up all the taxes they're making the people on that minimum wage pay you wonder just what they are up to.