Why Labour cannot lose…

In no particular order, some reasons why Labour will, one way or another, win the next general election either as a government or as a majority party in coalition. Please feel free to add your own…

  • It promises benefits and big spending to country addicted to ‘free’ money and profligacy
  • It has managed to position itself as the party of fairness to an ill-informed, benumbed electorate
  • It does not discriminate in any way whatsoever, so the good are as bad as the bad, and the bad are as good as the good – anything and anyone goes
  • It does child-care, education and thinking for you, so personal/public responsibility need not be exercised
  • It promotes ideological fancy, which is much easier to cultivate than practical, workable policies
  • It still maintains an entrenched tribal loyalty in parts of the UK despite it having long since having forgotten working people
  • It has created a generation unable to think and critically analyse the follies of voting Labour thanks to its bankrupting of the education system
  • It is not the Conservative Party, nor the Lib Dems, which for many people is reason enough to vote Labour

© thepanopticonblog, 2012

 

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5 comments
  1. Boudicca said:

    It ensured an additional and significant batch of Labour voters, to replace any home-grown Labour voters who may have transferred their allegience, by opening the floodgates to mass immigration and importing a couple of million.

  2. Yes, precisely – they have managed to outmanoeuvre the Conservatives (let’s face it, not surprising given their ‘leadership’) who just sit the twiddling their thumbs. Both parties pursue populist rather than practical policies – they are demagogues cynically courting mob mentality.

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