Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Labour are going to try to bounce the country into changing the rules to help them

So the most shameless government in history plans to do try to add to its reputation by changing the rules of our democracy to benefit itself and the personal careers of the soon to be defeated Labour political class.

At least that's what you have to conclude from the make up and nature of the so called "National Democratic Council" - a concept that would make East German communists blush.

This is an outrage in the making ....

Update: The Mole suggests its driven by a very gloomy (for Labour) view of their future prospects. ( Yes loyal Labour youngsters - the current gutless spon merchants have destroyed your futures. After all kicking away the ladder isn't just for the education system ;-) )

Further Update after Brown's commons statement:

Based on PMQ question Cameron is clearly concerned Labour intend to fix the electoral system.

Brown is pushing proportional representation - Cameron says its because he's going to lose on the current system.

Brown just can't help but be very political....

A fixed consitution will be very hard to get agreement on. I can't help feeling its Labour trying to fix the system so that it can't be reversed when they are out of power for the next 15 years.

He's just mentioned no 10 petitions - wonder if Cameron will come back on the most popular petition there - to get rid of him.


Letters From A Tory said...

It's just a pointless flurry of initiatives to try and 'seize the moment'. It will fade and Labour will be back into the brutal media spotlight soon enough.

Man in a Shed said...

Your probably right, if only because they are running out of parliamentary time.

The are desperate and deluded, and that makes them dangerous.