24 September 2010

Tweedledum or Tweedledee

We will know by tomorrow afternoon. The expectation is that one or other of the Milibands will win the prize.

I am slightly surprised to find myself mourning the fact that the swivel-eyed Balls has been unable to command the necessary support. Of all the candidates, he alone seems to have the energy and the intelligence to take the fight to the Tories. I have not been following every twist and turn but the Milibands still seem shocked by the loss of ministerial status; their focus seems to have been inward. Unlike Balls (or even Mrs Balls), I cannot recall either Miliband mounting an attack on the Tories.

And so, once again, the Party may be making a historic mistake, saddled with Ed M, the talking horse, or David M, the talking banana, for the foreseeable future.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

But they know, as we know, that Ed B is knee deep in all the dark arts of the last Govt., and has a curious attitude to personal responsibility for it.

He's never happier than attacking, look at how he was negotiating "coalition" with LDs one day then condemning "sell out" by them the next.

Better they Devil they don't know...