Monday, 1 October 2012

Boring Miliband with dead head Ball's

So labour has come out telling us we need to get back to the great war years, tighten your belts people. Lets not forget Hitler, for which most young will be looking on you Tube. Tighten your belt lets get the spirit of the wars years, my grandson which war? Iraq or Afghanistan, the problem is how many people remember the second world war. But to even suggest in 2012 we go back to the war years show how pathetic Labour has become, Miliband a millionaire from his father estate, who earns something along the lines of £145,000 and MP's who are getting £86,000 tells those on £12,000 to get into the spirit of the wars years is not only a joke it down right pathetic. Now we have this joke battle between Unite and Labour basically two days before conference, this of course is set up to show Miliband is able to fight off their pay masters, yet if Unite and the GMB actually wanted to put pressure on the Labour party all they have to do is tell labour we are going to have a vote on leaving the Labour party job club, and boy you'd see a difference. Balls we will start the housing again with 100,000 building program, yes in London 100,000 houses big deal they of course will be to buy not to rent. What is the difference between labour and the Tories, where is Labour going, looks like to me New Labour not dead it just has another wally as leader.


The Red Flag said...

I thought both Balls and Milliband were not only pathetic but frankly insulting as well.

Robert said...

The pair would not make a politician.

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