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December 12, 2010

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Martin Marprelate- A Man in the Street!

If I were Clegg I would be afraid, very very afraid! I would now be watching Hune like a hawk! Was it not Jeffrey Archer who in "First amongst Equals" had one of his characters say "Those who hold the door open for you will often trip you up as you walk through"

whuh

Urgh. An endorsement from Huhne. Yuck, yuck, and yuck again.

I hope Clegg stays - he is a man willing to do the right thing for the country, even if it hurts him personally. Huhne, by contrast, has to be the most opportunistic blowhard out there - he is even worse than Vince Cable.

michael mcgough

At least he's not backing him to be Prime Minister.

It doesn't add up...

Doubtless it will depend on the voting temperature. A bit of Lib Dem vote warming, and Huhne might want the credit. Nice to be able to blame Clegg for the Lib Dem taxi in a cool environment.

libertarian

Thats Clegg finished then

Ultimo Tiger

Getting praise off Huhne is like the kiss of death.

Remember this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FZIpN7B1lU

Tweety

God, if i was a member of the conservatives or the Libdems i wouldn't want Clegg anywhere near me at the next election.

Sidney and Beatrice Webb

I live in a town that is a Lib Dem /Conservative marginal during which over the last 30 years the Conservatives at first held the seat and then the Lib Dems took over for the last 2 elections. Labour only get about 10% of the vote so those us who would have otherwise have voted Labour vote Lib Dem encouraged by the Lib Dem Literature which tells us that Labour can not get in, emphasising that the Lib Dems are the only realistic opposition to the Tories. For the last 30 years I have voted Lib Dem to keep the Tories out but at the last election I found, after the election, contrary to my reading of the Lib Dem literature, that I had voted for a party that kept the Tories in.

If the Lib Dems would like me to vote for them, I advise them to tone down the strident abuse of Labour , stop pretending that they believe in many of the Tory policies, and it might be to the advantage of Labour to tone down the abuse of the Lib Dems.

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