Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Soon Be Over Gordon


Gordon Brown was last night warned Labour must return to its traditional left-wing values to have any chance of winning the next election.

MP Jon Cruddas said the party was in despair with power fading fast.

"A sense of loss pervades the party. Not just of power sliding away, but a more profound loss, one relating to our essential mission, our very identity. We have lost our language, our empathy our generosity because we have retreated into a philosophical framework of the right. It is only by returning to our traditions and radicalism that we can confront this dangerous force. We can still win."
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4 comments:

  1. "We can still win."

    Yes, John, if what you mean by 'win' is suffer the biggest loss of seats in the history of British politics, you could still 'win'.

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  2. 'the philosophical framework of the right'? Cruddas is as crazy as Brown and fails to see the true distinction.

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  3. Whats the point of them mouthing the vane words of the left? They did that in order to get elected last time and all we got was an authoritian party of the right?

    They've cried wolf once to many times.

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