Wednesday, 29 September 2010

One family, 12 votes!

Ian Bone exposes the truth behind Labour's democratic election:

It's more corrupt than the Afghan election. I can reveal that the Kinnocks had no less than 12 votes in the Labour leadership election - no wonder the pantswetting Baron Kinnock was salivating over Dead Head's victory in anticipation of a juicy bone being thrown his way. Neil and Glenys had two votes each as Labour party members and affiliated trade union members plus three more votes each as members of the Fabian Society, the Socialist Education Association and the Socialist Health Association. Glenys had another vote as an MEP and Neil as a member of the Co-operative Society.
That's a dozen votes!!! Perhaps Robert Mugabe could send observers to the next one.


Can anyone beat that?

George Orwell's Animal Farm had it right: "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others"

2 comments:

Plaid Gwersyllt said...

We are all lying in the gutter but some of us are looking up at the stars!

Welsh Ramblings said...

Surely the Afghan election was in fact a beacon of democracy and hope after we liberated those poor Afghanis from tyranny?

Oh wait...