The only reason in the world to vote Tory...

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

...is to get rid of Labour. Personally. To put an end to Cyclops, Ainsworth, Harridan of Harperson, The Mascara Wearing Poof, Denham, MandrillBummer, et al.


Oh, and to get one over on their slaves at the BBC.

Besides that, fuck the Tories. I won't be voting for them. It's not voting Tory it's voting Dave. A Dave who recognises his charismatic advantage over Cyclops (albeit an advantage shared with snakes, amoeba and Ian Huntley) and only has his sights set on being the Brit at The Big Table with the Bilderbergs.

So, vote Tory.
Vote for the EU.
Vote for authoritarianism.
Vote for big corporations at the expense of small business opportunities.
Vote for a continuation of the blanket smoking ban.
Vote for being told what to eat.
Vote for being told how much to drink.
Vote for more "health measures".
Vote for being told what you can and can't feed your own children.
Vote for a lying, backtracking thief.
Vote for more "soft on crime, soft on the causes of crime".
Vote for the same quangos. And new ones.
Vote for a spineless party that bends over backwards to appease the BBC, despite no reciprocation.
Vote for a party obsessed with tick boxes and quotas.
Vote for yet another English-hating socialist.
Vote for yet more dead soldiers for the power and profit of giant corporations and bureacrats .
Vote for the Bilderberg clan.
Vote for still more insults to your intelligence.
Vote Cameron.

So Dave, fuck off you big foreheaded, airbrushed by a tosser, "youHeartTheFuckingNHS" cunt. And as for you, Dan Hannan, you're so tragically wasted hanging out with that dictator. Really really wasted...

(Note: Open to correction should the Tories get in and I'm proved wrong on any of the above).

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16 comments:

banned Tuesday, 19 January, 2010  

I learned in Physics that cast iron, when dropped, is easily broken. Dave dropped our referendum, he likewise is broken.

Voting UKIP and I don't care about their stance on the Burkha or if it leaves Labour clinging on to 'power'.

Re your FT link
"You have viewed your 30 days allowance of 1 free article. If you wish to view more, you can register for free by clicking on the button below."
But only because of unsolicited auto links from unrelated sites so the FT can fuck off too.

Corrugated Soundbite Tuesday, 19 January, 2010  

Cheers Banned. Got rid of that link. FT can go and suck a fat one!

I'll be voting UKIP. Voted UKIP in the Euro elections and will be voting for them again (not as a "protest vote" anymore, either). If LibLabCon is what "experience" means, I'll vote for the naive.

The Boiling Frog Tuesday, 19 January, 2010  

I couldn't agree more CS. Though I suspect Cameron won't be allowed to get away with a lot of what you list above once (if) he's in power. The party's only keeping quiet for the time being.

ConHome reports that he's already trying to quietly drop the climate change nonsense due to pressure internally from sceptics.

Corrugated Soundbite Tuesday, 19 January, 2010  

I'd read a story about Dave's "Head of Strategy" sending some naughty sceptic Tories off for "re-education" with a bunch of green nuts (it was in the original FT article I'd linked to, but had to remove as it was dead to anyone who had opened FT's website on their computer more than 30 days ago). If he does start caving in, drops the climate stuff, talks of seriously shrinking the State and properly re-thinking our relationship with the EU, I may be persuaded to reconsider.

So for me it's really a case of vote socialist or vote UKIP. And I hate socialism itself almost as much as I hate Gordon ;-)

Uncle Marvo Tuesday, 19 January, 2010  

Problem:

The people who want Labour out probably don't want Conservatives either, because they are the same machine. Therefore they will vote anything else, probably UKIP (who will be the same too except for the EU which they might try to get out of but won't be able to) or the BNP (in which case Hitler won after all).

The Luvvies want Labour in. They will vote Labour.

Labour will then win, because nobody else can.

We will then have to have a revolution, or something. Oh good.

Corrugated Soundbite Tuesday, 19 January, 2010  

Uncle Marvo, welcome.

I'd quite like a revolution. Frankly, I think the Latte-supping crew have had the monopoly on being angry for way too long. There just needs to be a shortage of wide screen tellies plus a few power cuts then I reckon we could assemble a mob worthy of Jack Straw's bitter condemnation ;-)

I dream...

Uncle Marvo Tuesday, 19 January, 2010  

Dream: A series of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations occurring involuntarily ...

You're not dreaming.

I'm not the only one who hasn't got a brainwashing device (TV, to you). There are very many of us. We tend to think instead of vegging.

But we know, because we're not stupid, that to get the many together is to attract the attention of they who think they must be obeyed.

I must write a blog.

Corrugated Soundbite Tuesday, 19 January, 2010  

I ditched my telly over a year back. Best thing I ever did. I'm replacing the time I once wasted in front of the Two Minutes Hate with mastering home brew skills. I'm also looking into the possibilities of growing my own baccy. Depleted coffers sometimes speak louder than actions.

I look forward to your blog.

Uncle Marvo Tuesday, 19 January, 2010  

I've done a blog.

In doing so, I have had to set things out logically. And I am now saddened to realise that we're fucked up the arse with a splintered axehandle.

I shall have to think harder about this. I suspect that, if my research is right, the VAST majority of the Great Unwashed want things to stay as they are, and the ones who don't aren't enough of a voice.

I will report back.

Actually, no. I will publish this 'ere blog, and hope that someone can tell ME why we're not fucked.

Here is my small blog http://tiomarvo.blogspot.com/2010/01/my-turn.html

I hope you don't mind me putting the URL here. If you do, feel free to delete it.

Corrugated Soundbite Tuesday, 19 January, 2010  

All comments and links to blogs / resources are welcome here and no deletion ever takes place, unless it's by the comment's author, of course

Just been over to your new place and added it to my RSS reader. Happy blogging! I'll most probably be over to drop you a comment once I'm out of work and on the old vino ;-)

Sir Henry Morgan Tuesday, 19 January, 2010  

Uncle Marvo

It's proper name is "The lobotomy box in the corner"

And I don't have one either. Haven't for years. And I have actually threatened physical violence if they send around yet another twat to ask me why I haven't got a licence.

"Because I don't need one, cunt"

"Why not"

"'cos I don't have a lobotomy box twat, that's why not"

"Er ...can I have a look?"

Once more ... just once. That's all it's going to take ...

Corrugated Soundbite Wednesday, 20 January, 2010  

Sir Henry

Soon after I got rid of my Labour Box I sent a strongly worded letter inviting them in no uncertain terms to visit and inspect my home, with the threat of "further (i.e. legal) action" if they persisted to bother me. I actually got a "thank you" letter and they've not bothered me since. Not a whimper. Perhaps I just got lucky, but they don't like it up 'em in writing.

Uncle Marvo Wednesday, 20 January, 2010  

Sir Henry, Sir.

Lobotomy Box in the Corner?

Corner? You LUCKY bastard.

I don't have a corner. But I have a Pea Sea which can play DVDs, and doubles as a good tool for being a proper nuisance on the internet.

When you get an invitation to court to answer for why you haven't got a Telly Licence, go. I did. Most fun I ever had.

Amusing Bunni Thursday, 21 January, 2010  

Hi CS: This was a most entertaining post. I love all the nicknames for your criminals out there! I think I am figuring out who they all are.

Your Dave seems like our John McCain....democrat or some republicans, they are all cut from the same cloth. We all need real INDEPENDENTS, who will vote for the people and the founders laws...not vote for moonbats and commies.

That's why Scott Brown won over here yesterday, although he is "republican", he presented himself as a independent...it worked, barry is very mad.

Corrugated Soundbite Thursday, 21 January, 2010  

We do love our nicknames Bunni ;-) Intended to be every bit as nasty and hurtful towards them as they sound - and THEN SOME! ;-)

I don't normally fall into the trap of "my enemy's enemy is my friend", but generally, anything that upsets Barry or provokes Cyclops Brown (Gordon, that is) into one of his clunking fisted insult fests excites me no end! :-)

banned Friday, 22 January, 2010  

Got rid of my telly years ago too, I just put the telly tax begging letters straight into the shredder.

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