Tuesday, June 02, 2009

We-kip?

The Jury Team have decided to go after U&KIP with We-kip, implying they're all on the take with European expenses much worse than of the Westminister lot are.
I was particularly amused by the little bit below, especially the piss take out of Godfrey Bloom's expenses and other assorted attitudes.

7 comments:

backbenchwarrior said...

Desperation. Jury Team was set up by the ego that is Sir Paul Judge while Libertas was put forward by an overconfident Declan Ganley after the Irish no vote.

Neither are showing up in the polls so they attack the Party that is picking up the protest votes, UKIP.

Political parties can't just come in like a tornado and take the nation by storm, whatever certain misinformed people delude themselves into believing.

Jimbo said...

To be fair, UKIP are fair game. As a protest vote, they are an absurd choice. While Labour and Tory MPs have clearly been on the take, UKIP are the only party to have had members arrested for clear-cut benefit fraud.

That UKIP should benefit from the expenses scandal is ludicrous; I welcome any attempt to prevent this from happening

I shake my head in despair said...

Most of those who are contemplating voting for these fringe party's set up by egomanic power hunger millionaires should be sectioned.

Anonymous said...

We always knew that the Jury team were just a Tory front organisation.

Why is Giles Chichester heading the Tory MEP list in the SW?

Pubatron said...

Jimbo - not everyone is protest voting against expenses. Quite frankly I don't give a fuck. What I do care about is relinquishing sovereignty to Europe, so I will be voting for UKIP, despite the fact they are a bunch of objectionable pricks. If you can point me in the direction of another party, mainstream or otherwise, proposing a return to using Europe as a trade block rather than a legislature then I'll consider reassigning my vote.

Henry Crun said...

Saw that Paul Judge on his PPB the other week. Wouldn't buy a second hand car from the man.

Twig said...

Where can I get a copy of the book?