Why Labour will win the election
I have recently noticed a worrying pattern amongst a large segment of the electorate. A lot of people are saying/thinking the following:
"I have been a staunch labour supporter all my life, but now that 'Tony' got rid of that charming, entirely legitimate and not-at-all genocidal man in Iraq, I'll have to vote for someone else, but who? Obviously not the conservatives, for no reason in particular. Hmm, what about that nice Charlie Kennedy, he doesn't seem at all like an incompetent fopdoodle, or mabe one of those inconsequential socialist partys. Yes, a return to 1979 is just waht we need."
It beggars belief that so many people actually liked 'Tony' in the first place, but that people now seem to univerally despise him solely on the basis of the only thing he has done which isn't entirely indefensible is just absurd. Labour has raised innumerable stealth taxes, eroded civil liberties and the autority of the individual to an alarming degree, hacked away at trial by jury, and the concept of innocent until proven guilty, and completely removed the concept of innocent when proven innocent (The double jeopardy law was repealed on the same day that 6 party members were found guilty of electoral fraud).
What is also bizarre is that so many people discount out of the the idea of voting for the only party that could possibly replace Labour in government, namely the Conservatives. Perhaps when they are carted off to prison due to an inevitable error in the I.D. card databse they will realise just how dangerous it is to let 'Tony' stay in power.