The Prime Minister of the Westminster parliament, called on to form an administration by an octogenarian, hereditary head of state after being imposed on his own pary without election in any part of its electoral college, and sitting for a seat in a country that has its own parliament (and that led by a different party that has defeated 'Labour' at their last general elections) may choose to call a general election.
Not: feels bound by every idea of constitutional and democratic decency to call a general election so that he might cease to be the only wholly unelected, indeed imposed, prime minister in the democratic, advanced free world. Not: feels bound to obtain assent to the imposition of a high tax, grossly redistributive (and that does not mean in favour of the poor, they just have redistribution among themselves), civil-liberties abolishing, constitution-wrecking, financially laughable, economically incompetent, nomenklatura-corrupted state whose like was last seen under Erich Honecker. Not: in honour acknowledges that ratification of the new European Constitution must be at the heart of the general election.
Go on, you've paid the bribes, don't you trust the people?
You can do it Brown, all it takes is the courage to ask us.
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