Gordon Brown’s suggestion that us punters take a second look at Labour, isn’t, necessarily the best idea, frankly I’d rather not, having read about accusations of bullying etc.
I already felt that this week’s slogan from Gordon Brown rang hollow, “a future fair for all”, since the past few years have been nothing of the sort.
I and co-workers have seen during Labours rule a massive slide in earnings, jobs routinely taken over by essential workers from Lithuania to Albania whilst experienced people sit at home.
For some reason Labour have sold out manual workers having done nothing to protect employment, unlike France or Germany, so does this mean that the trend will be extended to the public sector workers so that they can either lose their jobs or see income slashed as in the construction industry typically by anything from 30 to 50 %.
Labour in the main represent the educated middle class so its no surprise that they haven’t a clue of just how appalling they’ve been, just imagine how quickly Labour would have reacted if it were their own, local government functionaries, teachers etc were losing jobs en masse to migrants.
Anyway things are looking blimin grim for all of us right now, whether anyone has the balls to sort out public finances certainly not Labour and since it looks as if Gordon Brown lacks the social skills with his own staff see this story which claims his own staff have had to contact an anti-bullying helpline its clear that he’s not going to be taking any second look at his own performance so why should we.
Its strange but I never thought I’d hold the same contempt that I had for Mrs Thatchers government but maybe power really does corrupt and Labour seems every bit as contemptible having more than its fair share of liars, fraudsters and law breakers.