[I know someone who] works for labour and they've said that tomorrow is the most important day for Blair and if there is a major rally against him he will be out by the weekend. But it has been confirmed he will be out by May.
Naturally, what Chuckles wants is to beat Thatcher's record and I, out of pure spite as much as anything, would love to ensure that that does not happen.
I have always found it mildly ironic that Mrs T, the daughter of a greengrocer and as common as they come, should be so despised by the working class of this country. Mind you, this is probably because she took the unusual step of forcing the companies that they worked for to compete in the market, rather than being propped up through the extortion of British taxpayers, and so the kind of people who made such a roaring success of great British companies as British Leyland really weren't going to be terribly fond of her, the feckless, lazy cunts.
Whereas, of course, the immensely priviledged Anthony Charles Lynton Blair leads a party that claims to be a representative of the common man. That the man has fucked up royally is hardly beyond dispute but his legacy is less assured. However, many of us were reassured that it seemed to be going the right way when it was reported that, despite the best efforts of Chuckles and The Gobblin' King, the very people whom they claimed to represent have been the very people who have been most roughly shafted over the last nine years.
Anyway, let us intensify the pressure on Blair and get him to go at the very soonest opportunity. This weekend would be choice: anytime before Christmas would be a bonus.
UPDATE: talking of Chuckles, The Gobblin' King and soiled goods, as we were, over at Right Links there is a call for all good Conservatives to place a little advert in their sidebar, supporting Gordo. Sounds weird? Not really: it;s the logical thing to do, says The Serf.
As the Blair Circus grinds inexorably toward its inglorious end, Gordon Brown's hopes of replacing him seem to be waning. Whilst Gordon would be poor Prime Minister, it will be bad news for us if he does not end up in No 10 Downing Street.
Gordon Brown is our dream opponent, personally, professionally and perceptially he represents the worst possible choice for Labour and the easiest opponent for us.
Personally he is a man of little warmth who comes across as a boring, uncaring person with little in common with the man on the street.
Obviously, my loyalties lie elsewhere but, please, do go and participate...