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Someone once said that you should NEVER underestimate the sheer stupidity of the voting public. I agree!

Ed Miliband is on course to win a commanding majority at the next Election, according to a bombshell poll by Conservative donor Lord Ashcroft. The survey of 213 marginal constituencies found the Tories would lose 93 seats to Labour, giving Mr Miliband a majority of 84 if a General Election was held tomorrow. The Tory peer warned party members hoping to triumph in 2015 that they faced a challenge equivalent to military strategists ‘planning the final assault on Berlin while evacuating Dunkirk’.

I believe Miliband WILL win in 2015.

Why? People are MUCH more interested in sweet lies than harsh truths. Labour transmogrified the  UK between 1997 and 2010, bringing it to the edge of financial extinction. Now, it seems that the electorate seek to turn away from the need to deal with the consequences of this economic crisis, and instead place in government the people who brought the crisis about!!!

Not only that but Labour CANNOT be trusted in any way with regard to immigration and yet, unsurprisingly, the voters seem relaxed about that.

In truth there is LITTLE difference in substance between Labour, the Cons and the Glib Dems.  UKIP  seem to be the only real political party offering something different BUT it has no chance of winning a majority in 2015. It MIGHT be able to act as a king maker, potentially, if the Conservatives do not entirely melt down but this poll suggests that Prime Minister Miliband is a REAL possibility. And that’s frightening!

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15 thoughts on “PRIME MINISTER MILIBAND…

  1. PRIME MINISTER MILIBAND…

    Shudder ..

    The sheeple have got what’s coming to them, you get what you vote for

    New Labour

    No Britain

  2. The Tories haven’t won a general election in 21 years. Even with Labour destroying the gaff they can’t win. Being a centre-left, pro-EU, pro-immigration, pro-welfate state faction isn’t getting thm very far.

    “Ed Miliband is on course to win a commanding majority at the next Election ..”

    Cue Tory promises this week about what they’ll do after 2016.

  3. I really can’t see a situation arising that would cause Labour to lose. It would have to be the most monumental f*ck up of political times for them to lose. And sadly I can’t really see them out of power for several elections either. They don’t have to do anything, particularly with the state broadcaster on their side.

  4. Clever ending Harri!

    Reluctantly I have to agree with you. The people have been dumbed down with soaps, “talent” shows and “reality” shows.
    Education has become a dirty word.
    It’s now cooler than ever to be thick and ignorant. Politicians don’t care about consistency, they care about control.
    They don’t much care what happens between elections because they know people only become interested in politics at election times anyway. People have short memories and short memories means we make the same mistakes over and over again.
    It’s the Roman bread and circuses all over again.

  5. UKIP seem to be the only real political party offering something different BUT it has no chance of winning a majority in 2015.

    Yes, UKIP could easily get 15% of the vote and zero MPs. But you and others here still prefer first past the post as a voting system. When will you admit that it is deeply undemocratic?

  6. How many people in the UK .. 70,000,000 or thereabouts, and Milliband is the best they can come up with !

    Would the last person leaving Great Britain please turn off that ever fading light at the end of that tunnel 😉

  7. Yes, UKIP could easily get 15% of the vote and zero MPs. But you and others here still prefer first past the post as a voting system. When will you admit that it is deeply undemocratic?

    As a ‘Central European’ why not adapt to the Brussels way of ‘Democracy’ if the vote is not acceptable, just carry on voting untill you get the ‘right’ result .. it could take quite some considerbale amount of time granted, but if it’s good enough for the mafia Eurocrats it good enough for anyone.

  8. No, let’s have a fair voting system where 15% of the votes wins 15% of the seats. Is that too much to ask?

    The Tories may live to regret defeating the alternative vote system in the 2011 referendum. If so, sweet irony.

  9. Peter –

    “No, let’s have a fair voting system where 15% of the votes wins 15% of the seats.”

    1) Who occupies those seats? Specific, named individuals with sufficient votes to represent a specific, named constituency, or placemen? And how does (say) 25% of a national vote get divvied up into constituencies? If they are placemen, how does that not encourage incredible corruption in the fight to be a placeman? What are these details?

    2) I bet you thought Mata had nicked it in the last minute.

  10. Pete

    1. Whoever occupies those seats, it has got to be a fairer outcome than fptp which grossly distorts the ratio of votes to seats. As I’ve pointed out many times, in a three party system with votes cast 34%, 33%, 32% it’s quite possible for the 34% to win 100% of the seats.

    2. Yes, but a good save. At manager level (how they hate each other) the Spanish waiter got one over on the Gorbals git.

  11. That face – it’s a Khazar from the depths of Russia.

    Really? any evidence? And if so, what?

  12. Someone once said that you should NEVER underestimate the sheer stupidity of the voting public. I agree!

    Hell we just proved it.

  13. If the Tories do not change course on economics then they will be replaced, and Labour is the likely replacement. Ashcroft’s poll is a warning. If the Tories change course soon there is probably enough time to make positive economic progress before the election. If they tarry people will vote for a change.

  14. That face – it’s a Khazar from the depths of Russia.

    Really? any evidence? And if so, what?

    Peter – yes. It’s the face. Just look at it.

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