Friday, August 10, 2007
  I'd vote for Neil Kinnock over Iain Dale anyday
I know it's the silly season and news is thin on the ground but Iain must be having the slowest newsday of the year if he is rehashing this utter codswallop. Neil Kinnock was a fundamentally decent man who tried to drag his party towards electability but narrowly and sadly failed.

Now it is the incompetent, malicious, divisive, economically illiterate and just plain mean Thatcher and Major governments that helped deliver the splendid victories of 97, 01, and o5 but I can't help thinking it would have been a lot better for the country if Kinnock had won in 87 or 92.

Just in case you thought that the Tories would be an different if they got into government again I refer you to this invitation to join "Dave" Shameron at the races which includes directions for your private jet or helicopter! Forget his cheesy photo ops, if "Dave" ever gets the keys to Number 10 in the words of Neil Kinnock "I warn you not to be ordinary. I warn you not to be young. I warn you not to fall ill. I warn you not to get old."
Will, Thanks for this. Has reminded me of the not-so-oft used term "Essex man" since replaced by middle England
yes, kinnock was a man of the people.
Hee hee. Kinnock WAS a man of the people. But now he's got over that.
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