Monday, 11 May 2009

Polly Toynbee Ditches Gordo Two months too Late.

Polly Toynbee has finally come out and said that Gordo should go.

The problem is, notwithstanding PT's delusion that Labour has a cat in hells chance of winning the next election, its not only Gordon now that needs to go: the whole of Parliament needs to.

Us the great electorate, are starting to clamour for fresh air. The stale odour of allowance sleaze reeking from Westminster must be cleansed, which can only be done by calling an election.

The public at large needs the opportunity to do some hiring and firing: to re-hire MPs those that make the grade, but to fire the has-beens and the greedy pigs.

Without it, this is a dead duck Parliament. It has no authority over the people any more. As a nation, we collectively hold all 646 in contempt. Without authority they cannot govern. All that can happen if they stay in power is the public will devise alternative means to vent its anger. The most probable manifestation of this will be the ascendence of the BNP.

The trouble is, Gordon Brown is so driven to be Prime Minister and stay in the post, that he will cling to power like a leech and fail to see that now is the time to do the honourable thing: to dissolve Parliament and call elections in order to deflate the rise of the extremists in the best interests of the nation.

He will fail, because he is a dishonourable man.

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