Saturday 26 September 2009

Six Word Saturday

It's the season for Party Conferences
Last week it was the Liberal Party Conference.
This weekend the Labour Party is gathering for its annual conference.
I suppose the Conservative Party will congregate next weekend for their bash.

Each party proclaims sweeping changes and ambition. The Liberals stand almost no chance of getting into power. The Labour Party has proved itself duplicitous and unreliable and must, at heart, know that it will not be elected to government again. That leaves the Tories who are as zealous and unrealistic in their projections as all parties are when they have been out of power for an extended period. As it's the Civil Service that really runs the country there's little chance that any change of government will effect much change. I think we should have a coalition!
Each party leader receives a standing ovation for his speech 'de rigueur'.

You may have gathered I'm not a political animal, at least not in the sense of supporting one party rather than another!
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  1. Change parties and still change nothing

  2. The politicians
    gather for their conferences—
    but what do they do?

    My Shadow Shot

  3. Everywhere you turn, something is one parties fault or one parties hard work that got us here. We don't credit people, we credit parties.

  4. Partys how fun! Oh. Not THAT kind of party ... nevermind.

  5. Every party has their own agenda but I think in the end everyone wants to improve the country :)

  6. Your parties sound more interesting than our parties. But no more effective, sadly. Thanks for playing 6WS!

  7. Thank you all for visiting and commenting :-)


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