Saturday, May 13, 2006

The DK Party

You know what I stand for: I have four years to clarify this stance. Over the next four months, I shall lay out those things that I believe in and, more, why I believe in them.

I would like suggestions of support, and names for the party, in the comments, please.

9 comments:

Martin said...

The Citizens' Party?

The Gorse Fox said...

The Utterly Reasonable Party

spambot said...

Someone's already registered "The Pajama Party", and I think "The Fancy Dress Party" has gone too.

Try tapping into some liberal voter base with something like:
The Progressive Party,
The Social Justice Party,
The Solidarity Party.

Meaningless phrases that can indicate any policies you want while sounding appealing to liberal lefties.

Paul said...

The Dustbin Party?

chris said...

I'd support it if only so you can get a party political broadcast, the first ever to be given an 18 certificate.

Serf said...

I think starting new parties is pointless. Campaigning on issues that you care about ala The Taxpayers Alliance, is more positive and more likely to have an effect.

Katy Newton said...

If you're marketing your new party as the Real Conservatives then that's the name I would pick.

Jackart said...

Some friends of mine in St. Andrews stood as "liberal constitutionalists" but my favourite party name of all time is the "legalise canabis, right to party Party"

Neither of these suit you.

How about the "Real fucking Conservatives"

Seriously - only one party will ever come close to governement on an agenda we can agree on. Why not join the Tories?

Chertiozhnik said...

Radical

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