Talk of a revival is fantasy. With Brown, Labour is toast

By Tory Aardvark

Words from the The Telegraph? The Daily Mail? The Sun? The Times? No The Guardian, long time Labour propaganda broadsheet.

“Gordon Brown spent a decade telling anyone who was willing to listen that when he became Labour leader, things would be different and better. A lot of people believed him. More than two years after Brown finally got his way, it is obvious that he was just wrong”

“The one predictable thing about domestic politics is that every week brings fresh grist to the mill of Labour decline under Brown. This week it has been Baroness Scotland’s illegal home help”

“Labour people do not like facing facts, especially inconvenient ones,” the whole country knows that!

“In 1983, when Michael Foot led Labour to its previous worst ever electoral result of 28%, it was just possible to perceive a road back for the party that was based on something other than faith”

“A result in the low 20s, or even worse, is by no means inconceivable. After all, the ICM poll also showed that a third of Labour’s current support is thinking of switching sides before the general election. If all of them switched, Labour would be on 18%”

Read the whole story of woe and misery in full at The Guardian

This cant be good news for the Prime Mentalist as the Labour Party conference is about to start, what will actually take place during the conference is anyone’s guess, but once thing is for sure it’s going to be very interesting

About Tory Aardvark

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Posted on September 25, 2009, in Labour, Political Blogs and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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