Friday, October 29, 2010
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
And God knows they need to, any how clattering through the letterbox of Flaig mansions, disturbing my afternoon nap, comes an edition of Dane Valley Ward Matters, a piece of propaganda published by Clive Hart's local Labour party although its no surprise given the current state of labour party that the logo is hidden well inside the pamphlet.
Reading it, it appears as they've have done nothing in the last year, for the people of the Dane Valley, or indeed Thanet, not surprisingly Clive Hart on page 3 of this leaflet, does not mention his rather disconcerting effort to attack and stop, the provision of social housing for working people, so much for Labour's honesty and care of us lower orders.
Still the good news is that Cllr Sandra Hart will be joined in her next political fight for the Dane Valley ward by two newcomers and it would be hoped that would enable her to actually respond to e-mails from constituents like mine, see last post, anyhow fortunately local elections are not till May next year and who knows in that time even Thanet Labour, might have developed a social conscience.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Friday, October 22, 2010
I just wonder how objective the journo's are over at The isle of Thanet Gazette, taking a gander over breakfast and after a nights grafting , just prior to getting a bit of kip I see that editor Rebecca Smith has let through what I think is a misleading account of my blog in their "best of the Blog's".
I just hope Becca is not allowing her own opinions to colour her newspapers content.
Anyhow perhaps I should do a review of the best of the press,
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
As it is my birthday I shall ponder over some of those matters that such a milestone prompts.
And to do it I will be using my iPhone and the Dragon voice dictation program which of all applications available is perhaps the best.
This year looks set to be tough and no doubt by the end of the day we'll get tougher as the government announce the harsh measures to rectify what they see it as a labour's incredible incompetence and poor management of the British economy .
One thought might have on the current circumstances is how the Labour party have reacted watching Alan Johnson last night being interviewed about what labour would do his reaction as shadow chancellor left a lot to be desired as his solution seems rather simplistic he seemed to be saying that the solution was to tax the banks , which of course sounds popular but then he didn't have any other suggestions on taxation and how to raise money to sort out the country's debt I am surprised that he didn't suggest doubling child benefit and reinstating the benefits to his rich pals on 50,000+and may be throwing in a £50 voucher from Marks & Spencer once a month.