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Saturday, 16 June 2007

Labour Deputy Leadership Question Time

Thursday evening was a most interesting one. I though Joe Cruddas came out of it rather well, as did Hazel Blears. Harriet Harman looked like a complete twat to me, desperate to be the centre of attention at all times and generally being a dick. Same went for Dimbleby actually, desperate to impose himself rather than allowing the discussion to be central.

i didn't think proper issues were well enough addressed, too many broad, stupid and easily avoided questions.

i wanted to ask gritty questions about proper issues, not going on about Iraq, speed cameras, the differences between being 'in power' and 'in office'

i've definately decided the order of the candidates now though, and it is as follows:
(no one)

now i need to find out how to get people to read my blog.....

Wednesday, 13 June 2007

i'm in!

ahh, finally. i've managed to get into my blog, which makes a nice change.

I'm a member of a political party, which is quite exciting.

going to question time with the deputy leader candidates tomorrow, which should be really interesting. haven't got a clue who i'm in favour of yet, so hopefully this will give me some idea. its a shame it took me so bloody long to get round to joining, means that i miss the hustings in London this saturday, but either way i'm sure whoever the eventual winner is will be alright but largely disappointing. or not.

later soon