CLEGG WOEFULLY ATTEMPTS TO UNIFY THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT PARTY – Nick Clegg’s speech to party conference members was; well how do you put this… boring, lacking any enthusiasm and completely unrealistic.
He talked about the Liberal Democrats being responsible for great achievements; the truth is Nick Clegg has achieved nothing other than blocking every idea David Cameron came up with and attempting to sweep Lord Rennard’s unwanted sexual advancements towards interns (still not resolved) under the carpet.
There has been news that inside sources are whispering about more allegations of sexual misconduct yet to be uncovered.
Let’s see what else has the Liberal Democrats achieve. Oh yes there Nick’s view that asking foreign visitors, form high risk countries, for a deposit of £3,000 to ensure they leave is bonkers. Of course he is right the sum if piffling and nowhere near enough.
On top of that he feels there shouldn’t be any really immigration policy other that getting a screwdriver out in order to take the hinges off the doors to immigration control.
As for the vans driving around warning illegal migrants to go home it could be said that the plan was ill conceived but in Clegg’s world of La La Land we shouldn’t even consider asking anyone to leave, let alone consider the thought that they are ‘illegal’ migrants. No, to Nick Clegg we are all one of the same family and we can all live together in the multicultural cohesive utopia that the Liberal Democrats are certain already exists.
My only wish is to find out what Nick Clegg is on for if what he’s taking is legal I could make a killing on the open market.
I will say this for his lackluster speech and that is when he finally finished boring the pants off his members with useless dreams, rhetoric and lies he did get a standing ovation. I can only assume this was from the equally delusional crowd or maybe it was just that they were getting up to leave.
We’ve seen serious cracks in the party infrastructure of late and a number of insiders and outsiders feel it’s time for Nick Clegg to step down gracefully before he is publicly humiliated and forced out by a vote of ‘no confidence’.
Of course he’ll end up in Brussels along with all the other invertebrates and no doubt spread his time in between the odd days in the office and the rest of it on the ski slopes.
Nick Clegg did point out that the Liberal Democrats should take a firmer stance with their coalition partners, the Tories; although considering they’ve just about blocked every suggestion the Tories have made most will find it difficult to conjure up ideas of how much more they can do.
Nick Clegg knows he’s got the wrong end of the stick and is also keen to form another alliance with the Tories in the next General Election. It’s clear that Nick Clegg or the Liberal Democrats wouldn’t be able to muster up sufficient seats for a majority win.
Unfortunately it looks like the Tory Party has other plans. In a recent survey things were looking very much like a Labour Party victory and therefore the Tories are looking towards UKIP and this would leave Nick and his party out in the cold; relegated to the back seats in the dark and dingy corners of the House of Commons – not a pleasant thought for any politician; no not pleasant at all.
The truth is that the Liberal Democrats, especially under the leadership of Nick Clegg, is a non-runner. It’s like putting a three legged nag that’s destine for the knackers yard in a race among thoroughbreds; you just don’t stand a chance and it’s even less likely when you end up running the wrong way – that being against public opinion.
The poor public is now set for some pretty harsh debating; that’s lies and rhetoric for the laymen, over the next 18 months as we lead up to the General Election.
I strongly suspect that there will be more accusations of sexual harassment against party bosses in the Lib Dem camp and as Nick Clegg accuses its partner, the Tories, and the Labour Party for it failing the British public I suspect the British public are all too fully aware of how much the Liberal Democrats have achieved; which almost amounts to squat diddley.