Friday, March 17, 2006

Colour me surprised...

Ming Campbell is 'an old Tory' says Ken Clarke. And who am I to disagree?
"He is someone Conservatives can do business with, and it would not upset me
to see him in a Cameron cabinet."
Furthermore, he claims economic Toryness for Nick 'Yesterday's Man Tomorrow' Clegg, Vince Cable and David 'Smug Git' Laws.

The Liberal Democrats and the Tories are blending into one - blue meets yellow, rather like a bruise.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Were you paying ANY attention to the education vote this week?

Bob Piper said...

Yes, anonymous. The Blue Tories attempted to embarass Blair by voting with the Govt, the Yellow Tories adopted a different tactic and voted against the govt. So what? Are you indicating that means the yellow and blue tories can't work together? If you are, that's nonsense, unless you mean that Blair's Education policy is a dealbreaker between the two, which everyone knows, it isn't.

Anonymous said...

The Blue Tories were voting for a Red Tory measure. The Red Tories and the Blue Tories can work together!

john said...

It is, of course, possible to have a Rochdale style Labour/Tory coalition after the next General Election.