Global Warming, Climate Change or what ever the Green boondoggle is being called this week has dropped off the political radar and regularly appears in last place in polls about what voters are concerned about.
Climate Change has hardly been mentioned in the current US Presidential Elections, in Britain the party conference season has just ended and Climate Change has largely been ignored by the Conservatives and Labour, the Liberal Democrats however, were pushing the gesture politics of being Green as a major policy objective for them, as partners in the Coalition Government.
The departure of Chris Huhne was a golden opportunity for the Coalition Government to back away from the economic fiasco that is Green renewable energy, instead the Lib Dem segment is pursuing Green business as usual, Green energy and jobs have killed economies in other parts of the world, specifically Spain and California, the German economy is reeling from the effects of Green taxation to support solar and wind, but dont worry it will be different in Britain, according to Clegg and Davey.
Ed Davey is already proving to be a bigger idiot than Chris Huhne, Huhne for all his many faults was at least his own man, Davey is more reminiscent of a glove puppet.
Clegg on his first public outing with Davey had this to say: Read the rest of this entry
The Chris Huhne speeding points saga had gone almost comatose, in a recent article in the Telegraph about Huhne the point of the story was that Huhne would escape any action because police only keep speed camera photographs for 5 years and the allegations against Huhne date back to 2003.
Now in a new twist in the story Essex Police raided the home of Huhne’s ex-wife, at 7am on July 2nd, where they seized the mobile phone belonging to the couple’s 18 year old son; the phone is said to contain a text exchange between Huhne and his son, where they discuss the case.
Details of Huhne’s previous interview with police are starting to surface, where it appears Huhne’s definition of actively helping police is his right to silence.
Nick Clegg has thus far supported Huhne, but the latest word is that Clegg is tired of the never ending stories about Huhne Read the rest of this entry
Chris Huhne like the Bismark in World War 2 is being hunted, systematically a carefully controlled campaign is being waged to keep a constant barrage on the beleaguered Lib Dem politician.
The big questions are who did Huhne piss off this badly and when?
In April Huhne unleashed a bitter and personal attack on the Lib Dem Leader and odious munchkin, NIck Clegg which was to be the prelude to another bid for the Lib Dem Leadership, by Huhne.
Then there was the problem with the AV Read the rest of this entry
Chris Huhne’s future is looking less bright with each passing day, despite an ambigious statement of support from David Cameron who said “I have confidence in all members of the Cabinet”, which is hardly the ringing endorsement that Huhne must have been hoping for.
Support for Huhne from his cabinet colleagues has been virtually non existent and in recent days Huhne has looked an increasigly isolated and beleagured figure.
Now Lib Dems colleagues of Huhne’s are openly questioning if Huhne should stay on in the Cabinet Read the rest of this entry
Friday May 6th is going to be an interesting day for Nick Clegg and the Lib Dems, double-barreled defeat staring them in the face as their vote in Local Council elections evaporates and the Yes vote for AV in the referendum on changing our voting system, crashes and burns.
Chris Hunhe has actually taken time off from screwing the energy security of this country to position himself in another bid to lead what will most likely be the smoking remains of the Lib Dem party, in some sort of post May 5th putsch to oust Nick Clegg. Read the rest of this entry
Todays Guest Blogger is @angelneptustar
Nick Clegg insisted on ITN News that the Liberals would not merge with the Tories and he said the coalition is a temporary arrangement.
Pull the other one, Nick, we can never believe a word you say again.
You are now so unpopular that metaphorically, the hum of your life support machine would be music to the ears of the nation.
Nick Clegg said:
“The Liberal Democrats will fight the next election as we did the last – as an independent political party in every constituency in the country,” Insisting the Coalition deal was a temporary arrangement, he added: “This is the right government for right now.”
Another red letter day in the life of the Aardvark today and just like the last red letter day this one has got a little better as once again another green scheme that idiot Chris Huhne is in charge of, is about to crash and burn.
Freshly returned from the car crash in Cancun, Huhne’s latest set back is the Green Investment Bank, or rather the lack of size of the bank.
Concerns within the Treasury mean that the Green Investment Bank is more likely to be a fund Read the rest of this entry
So there is still a real Conservative Party with real Conservative MPs, and like many Conservatives, they have had enough of this Vichy Government whose sole function in life it seems is to pander to the whims of Little Nicky Clegg and his pack of cranky Libtard MPs.
Europe, Climate Change and many other core Conservative policies are on hold, or are being corrupted to pander to the LibDems.
Little Nicky is a best a Kipper, two faced and no guts, the bumbling idiot and fallen financial saint Cable and the gong banging moron Chris Huhne who when not barking at the moon is conspiring with the EU and UN to ruin energy security in Britain for a generation, three idiots who should never have been in government.
If there were ever three MPs not fit for purpose it is these three Read the rest of this entry
Wednesday am: More details of the coalition deal are emerging:
* Five Lib Dems (not six) will get Cabinet jobs, including Nick Clegg as Deputy Prime Minister;
* The bill to have a referendum on AV will be subject to a three line whip, although Conservatives will be free to campaign against AV in the ensuing referendum;
* There will be five-year fixed term parliaments, starting with this one, meaning the next election is scheduled for May 2015;
* Elsewhere on political reform, the second chamber will be wholly or mainly elected and there will be a commission to review party funding; Read the rest of this entry