Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Gordon Borown's plans to rig the electoral system in his favour

Apparently Gordon Brown is proposing the following measures:

1) Regional committee's of MP - but only for England which doesn't vote for his party. In Wales and Scotland they will continue to have devolved administrations.
2) Elections at weekends - when Tory voters are more likely to be away.
3) Electoral age lowered to 16 - because Labour think they will get more votes from those who don't pay taxes and haven't had enough experience of the types of blatant attempts to manipulate the system that they're pulling just now.

Labour is trying to rig the system in its own favour. Just like with the guaranteed postal voting fraud initiative they carried out against everyone else's advice and wishes, or when they changed the electoral voting registration system to get rid of people who vote Tory and live overseas or are in the armed forces.

They can't be trusted. And Gordon Brown will do whatever he has to to favour Scotland and the Labour party.

They are beneath contempt. They are the enemies of England.

Update: Nadine Dorries (you may have to scroll down as I can't find a permlink) has a similar idea and points to this on the Daily Express site.

2 comments:

Jeff said...

What an astonishingly poor post.

Yes, Gordon Brown signed some form back in the 1980s about fighting for Scotland, being a Scottish MP he his hardly going to have done any less back then. But if you think it is still at the forefront of his mind then you're crazy. He is a serious man doing a serious job.

As for reducing the voting age to 16. Is it not fair that those who can marry and have children also have a right to vote? Surely you agree with that.

And why oh why are Toty voters more likely to go away at the weekend that Labour or Lib Dem voters? That point made no sense whatsoever.


That was the most blinkered post I've seen in ages, and quoting the Express as thinking the same way only backs that up.

Hugely entertaining so keep it up ;)

Man in a shed said...

Thanks Jeff for your comments - I'll take them one at a time:

What an astonishingly poor post.
Going to disagree with you there - oddly enough.

Yes, Gordon Brown signed some form back in the 1980s about fighting for Scotland, being a Scottish MP he his hardly going to have done any less back then. But if you think it is still at the forefront of his mind then you're crazy. He is a serious man doing a serious job. What's at the forefront of Gordon's mind is how to stop the same devolution occurring in England as it weakens his position and that of the Scottish Labour party. His answers in parilemnt betray this as does that massive Union flag behind him taking over the dictatorship of the Labour party shows. He has done more than many people to break up the Union - hence my recent post on this subject. He's a hypocrite.

As for reducing the voting age to 16. Is it not fair that those who can marry and have children also have a right to vote? Surely you agree with that. No not really - and neither do the majority of the rest of the UK adult population, as they can remember being 16 and realise its not an age to vote at.

And why oh why are Toty voters more likely to go away at the weekend that Labour or Lib Dem voters? That point made no sense whatsoever. Easy - they are generally more affluent.


That was the most blinkered post I've seen in ages, and quoting the Express as thinking the same way only backs that up. Keep checking back there lots more to come.

Hugely entertaining so keep it up ;) Glad to be of service, you made me smile also.