Worst rallying cry ever:
THE SUN SAYS Either we give Boris Johnson the majority he needs to get Brexit done or we get Labour’s economic chaos
THE fight for Britain’s future prosperity – and yours – has begun.
Boris Johnson launched the election yesterday with a stark choice, between a thriving, confident nation bursting with opportunity for all, or a nightmare that would begin on Friday the 13th of December if Jeremy Corbyn is in No10.
The options are clear. Either we give Boris the majority he needs to get Brexit done; to build a new, fairer relationship with our European friends; and to unleash a surge of investment. Or we will be stuck with paralysis, uncertainty and Labour’s economic chaos.
If you believe in respecting democracy, the decision is a straightforward one, but this election is about more than just honouring the Brexit vote.
If you believe in Britain; if you back yourself and your aspirations; if you want to be part of a dynamic economy, being rewarded not punished for your hard work and enterprise, then there is only one way to get it.
If you believe in unprecedented investment in our NHS; in better schools; in greater technology and infrastructure; if you believe in safer streets with more police on the beat, then the only choice is Boris.
Let battle commence.
What the fuck? I thought postal voting was something brown people were taking advantage of and it needs to be investigated?
cynically targeting millions of postal ballots which are disproportionately used by older Conservative voters.
NO sooner is the election under way than Jeremy Corbyn’s hard-left union buddies have begun flexing their muscles.
The Labour-affiliated Communication Workers Union has promised “significant” industrial action in the build-up, cynically targeting millions of postal ballots which are disproportionately used by older Conservative voters.
The staunchly socialist Rail Maritime and Transport Union has announced an unprecedented strike covering almost all of December, piling more misery on commuters as Corbyn pretends a nationalised rail industry would solve all their problems.
These are shameless attempts by the bully boys to skew a democratic vote. But far worse would follow if Corbyn were Prime Minister.
He would very quickly roll back legislation that kept the unions’ worst excesses in check, letting his extremist pals off the leash.
How long then before a return to the regular strikes that crippled Britain under Labour during the Winter of Discontent?
Still ranting about Bercow:
HE demeaned the proud office of Speaker with his shockingly partisan behaviour.
Now, out of office, John Bercow continues to spout his anti-Brexit bias.
Since he shunned traditional neutrality in the House of Commons, we trust the Tories will ignore tradition also, and deny him the peerage he craves.
The sight of the pompous windbag in the House of Lords would add insult to injury.