Wednesday, 3 June 2009

LibDems: not clean

Something I would be interested to know: How does Nick Clegg square his claim (on TODAY on Radio 4 this morning) to be in favour of 'clean politics' with his Party's consistent misrepresentation, in their 'Focus' leaflets etc., of other Parties' prospects in these elections [see numerous posts, below, for substantiation]? It is a well-known fact in British politics that the LibDems are typically the LEAST clean of candidates / politicians, in the way that they campaign. LibDems more than any others are responsible for lowering and dirtying the standards of British political campaigning...
This is one of the reasons that I became disillusioned with the LibDems, and left them, in 1999.

1 Comments:

Blogger Anthony said...

I am not really bothered whether the Lib Dems are clean or not and the less references to what other parties are or aren't the better in my view. Concentrating on what we are and stand for may be more powerful. I would think that this probably says enough about other parties without mentioning them.

3 June 2009 at 09:31  

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Something I would be interested to know: How does Nick Clegg square his claim (on TODAY on Radio 4 this morning) to be in favour of 'clean politics' with his Party's consistent misrepresentation, in their 'Focus' leaflets etc., of other Parties' prospects in these elections [see numerous posts, below, for substantiation]? It is a well-known fact in British politics that the LibDems are typically the LEAST clean of candidates / politicians, in the way that they campaign. LibDems more than any others are responsible for lowering and dirtying the standards of British political campaigning...
This is one of the reasons that I became disillusioned with the LibDems, and left them, in 1999.
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