The final nail in the coffin of the party of Disraeli, Churchill and Thatcher.
Dumb Jon watches unamazed as the last "I" is dotted on the left-liberals' triumph over our parliamentary party system: they now have the full set.Short of actually declaring a republic or abolishing the Pound, it's difficult to see how the Tory Party could divorce itself further or more spectacularly from its supporters, its ancient principles and its long-standing dreams of ever halting or reversing the leftward stampede of Britain into collectivism, corruption, chaos - and the tyranny that will inevitably follow.
I have a piece of advice for those contemplating voting for Labour to punish the unbeliever who gave Alan Duncan his job and this opportunity to punish the law-abiding in perpetuity: please don't do it.
Much as it might seem right to let Cameron be replaced post haste after a small Labour victory (and if very small, just you watch how fast they'll go in for proportional representation and an end to any chance of inter-party competition, i.e. democracy), that wouldn't necessarily cure the Tory party of its left-liberal electoral fantasy. Indeed, a modest Labour majority might 'prove' to the EU-light bulbs on the new Tory Opposition benches and the metrocrats at HQ that the Conservatives had lost becasue they weren't nearly enough like Labour, and hence that they should be led by someone even better...Nobody was ever disappointed by underestimating the intelligence of the average Conservative MP or PPC, and that goes doubled squared for the hard-core Wets..
No, it should be UKIP; just to show to the apostates who now own that once great party what kind of issues and what kind of policies they have abandoned in favour of their new-fangled hope of an occasional seat of honour in the hot-tub with all the other big government, internationalist, high taxing and rule of law eroding socialists and liberals.If they are too stupid or inward-looking to offer us an alternative, then we have to show them what they failed to offer the country and make it good and plain that it wasn't yet more liberalism.