April 10, 2006

Ming, Ming, Where are you Ming?

When Charles Kennedy disappeared for months at length, we knew it was because he was 'tipsy'.

But why Menzies Campbell has copied his schedule is a bit of a mystery… surely he realizes the Lib Dems only 'went dark' because their leader couldn't think of anything useful to say.

Certainly, you wouldn't expect to hear any new policy announcements so far away from a General Election. And to be fair their website has lots of recent press releases about dentists, Airbus (see below), hospitals in Wiltshire and other exciting issues.

And it's not implausible to suppose that Ming is buried away working away on the local election campaign.

But come the elections, people are going to be asking why they should vote for the Lib Dems when they haven't done anything recently. We need a few soundbites here, a little publicity there, or else the media will be forced into treating things as a two-horse race.

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  1. And it's not implausible to suppose that Ming is buried away working away on the local election campaign.

    It's also not implausible that he's buried. Full stop. He is rather old after all.

    10 Apr 2006, 17:34

  2. I heard them spouting about council tax on the radio a couple of days ago.

    10 Apr 2006, 17:45

  3. That broken old record, eh?

    10 Apr 2006, 18:37

  4. Christopher Rossdale

    Just come from East London – Respect are far more audible than the Lib Dems. Which should help the Lib Dems no end!

    11 Apr 2006, 01:46

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