Meet your new government Part I

November 6, 2009

“If I’ve got a nanny, I’ve got a nanny. And if anybody doesn’t like it – tough”.

“I do wish you wouldn’t keep going on about my nanny. if I had a valet you’d think it was perfectly normal”.

Jacob Rees-Mogg speaking to the Mail on Sunday. He is talking about his nanny. His nanny. No, not his children’s nanny. His nanny. His.

His.

Trevor is 40 and is the tory candidate for North East Somerset.

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5 Responses to “Meet your new government Part I”

  1. WordShock Says:

    You are surprised because…?

  2. itwaseverthus Says:

    because it appears increasingly unlikely that the COnservatives will form the next government and people continue to sleepwalk toward Thatcherism with a lightweight, easily discarded, overcoat of eco, socially liberal, “care for the poor” waffle…..

  3. WordShock Says:

    What do you want to happen next election?

  4. itwaseverthus Says:

    In an indeal world a hung Parliament with the Conservatives as the largest party. They form a minority government. This allows the Labour party the rest it clearly needs. It quickly becomes apparent that the Tories remain unfit for modern government and their public sector slash and burn “austerity budget” is too big a pill for Parliament and they lose a vote of confidence post rejection of their budget. Labour and the Lib Dems form a coalition (no idea if this is constitutionally allowed) who’s manifesto includes electoral reform based more on a PR model. The Tories implode in a wave of lesbain bashing, eurosceptic, save the pound, Norman Tebbit for leader sideshows….
    What would you like to happen?

  5. WordShock Says:

    Well…I’d quite like to leave the country to be honest, too bad I love London ha


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