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Why not something POSITIVE as well. Like
Waste £12 billion on Identity Cards.?
SAVE THAT for Tax Cuts
with Conservatives !
christina Speight |
November 23, 2008 at 01:55 PM
........... and lots of other wasteful things like Regional Development Agencies and the childrens' database.
November 23, 2008 at 02:13 PM
The Tories will fall victim to their own ticking time bomb--EUROPE!
BANG BANG BANG
michael mcgough |
November 23, 2008 at 02:39 PM
I'd vote for that one.
EUROPE! BANG BANG BANG.
p.s. Is that the best Draper can do?
November 23, 2008 at 03:47 PM
michael mcgough, get your tongue out of Dolly Draper's arse for five seconds and admit that high taxes, high spending and high borrowing are what got us into this mess in the first place.
The final line in the ad should be "DON'T SAY WE DIDN'T WARN YOU"
Cleethorpes Rock |
November 23, 2008 at 03:51 PM
The next message needs to be:
Tax cuts? Funded simply by scrapping ID cards and the invasive NHS database
Richard Holloway |
November 23, 2008 at 03:52 PM
OK - attack Labour but what would the Tories have done ? And hesitate before claiming that Tories have all along been against ID cards - in 2004 it was a different story -Michael Howard, Tory leader backed ID cards - only the Lib-Dems opposed.
November 23, 2008 at 04:04 PM
Roberts, you're living in the past. Cameron and the Conservative party have come out firmly against ID cards:
Any company currently researching implementation of ID cards is wasting their time and money. Only the Labour Party is for it and the Conservatives will scrap it.
I hope the Tory Ad vans have enough petrol to get 'oop North'.
November 23, 2008 at 05:15 PM
I have never voted Labour in my life but I am jolly glad that we have Gordon Brown handling the present crisis.
He has developed into a kind of 'economic' Winston Churchill and is now demonstrating real leadership.
At least Gordon appears to understand the problems whereas Dave, George and Co are stuck in the same old groove of desperately trying to score party political points.
They are simply 'bystanders' and 'back-seat drivers' in the present situation and have yet to make any useful contribution.
I am really fed-up with listening to 'scripted' nonsense about 'mending the roof' 'bombshells', 'splurges', etc, and wish that they would deliver the promised 'non-partisan' approach to dealing with these very serious issues.
Let's solve the immediate problems and worry about electioneering when the job is done.
Les King |
November 23, 2008 at 05:16 PM
"I have never voted Labour in my life but I am jolly glad that we have Gordon Brown handling the present crisis.
He has developed into a kind of 'economic' Winston Churchill and is now demonstrating real leadership."
Ha, ha... hahahaahahahaha.
David (One of many) |
November 23, 2008 at 06:08 PM
Who is Dolly Draper?Is it a dead sheep?
michael mcgough |
November 23, 2008 at 06:22 PM
David (one of many) writes
A sound and very pursuasive argument, if I may say so.
How I wish that Conservative party supporters would put forward some substantial arguments rather than simply belittling the other side(s).
We have been in desperate need of a real 'opposition' over the last ten years and there simply hasn't been one.
Les King |
November 23, 2008 at 06:52 PM
So 1992 dahlings!! The Majorettes are back in charge. They'll be wanting to take us back into the ERM next. Who was Lamont's Special Adviser on Black Wednesday?
Modernisers? You 'avin' a larf.
November 23, 2008 at 07:23 PM
i think they should have done something like this a long time ago. But then im not a flat tax evangelist.
Conservative Homer |
November 23, 2008 at 10:07 PM
Bloody hell that's lame.
Sean Dodson |
November 23, 2008 at 11:05 PM
Labour's "Audience Participation Unit" busy today with their spin.
Matt Wright |
November 23, 2008 at 11:06 PM
Most anti-Tory posters here are Ukippers. It is amazing how many dopey Cameroons mistake them for Labour trolls. CCHQ is now full of brainless Sloanes with cut glass accents so it may not be so surprising after all.
BTW, UKIP is the only party with an official flat tax policy.
November 24, 2008 at 01:08 AM
Excellent initial image ruined by a very weak strapline.
November 24, 2008 at 07:37 AM
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