David Cameron's decision to let the party leader televised debates take place has yielded a prize: a public measure of just how much damage Brown is doing to the Labour party. Not just damage from a display of petulance, inappropriate body language, lying, and unprovoked aggression coupled with transparent (or should that be trans-paaar-ent, in his peculiar pronunciations of standard English?) brown-nosing of a man he has been insulting for years, which under-scored his personal inadequacies of character and personality; but an hour and a half-long warning that the Labour he leads, a reflection, a composite, of his repellent self, has no intention of pausing in its destruction of our country's economic independence or democratic system. And if the goal of staying in power while delivering the UK into the beggary and thuggery of corporatism requires dishonesty displayed in every word, twitch , and lick of Clegg, he's the man for the job.
While the Liberal Democrat (well, Social Democrat really, there's nothing Liberal about the shirleywilliamsyness of the Labour schismatics led by Clegg) displayed the attractive 'let's be reasonable about things, we've got to put our differences aside and pull together for a fair society, decent jobs, a nice house, continental holidays, and pretty clothes', the toad agreed:
'As Nick says, we must have all those things...'
Clegg should remember the Punch cartoon from the last time the Liberals were asked by Labour "Are you going my way?" The electorate must remove Brown before there can be any rapprochement, or reunification of the centre left in England.
"What is morality?"
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