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Quote of the week

It’s only Monday but this, from Norman Tebbit, will be hard to beat….

If in the face of the most disastrous government since we lost the American colonies the best the opposition can expect is a hung Parliament, it is time that Camp Cameron asked itself some serious questions. Of course there will be many people, like Phil Keane, a regular poster of comments on this site, who quite rightly point to the potential horrors of another bout of the NuLab infection, saying that we all have a duty to vote in the best way to avoid that. It is the most powerful argument for voting Conservative to be heard at present, but surely we should be hearing some more powerful and positive arguments than that.

As I said a few days ago, perhaps we deserve a hung parliament.

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5 comments on “Quote of the week

  1. “It is terrible to contemplate how few politicians are hanged.”
    -G.K. Chesterton

  2. On yer bike, Normo.

  3. The noble Lord Tebbit is the naughties’ equivalent of Ted Heath during the Thatcher years, completely at odds with his Parliamentary party’s mainstream thinking.

    His day will come again.

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