Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Lib Dem Scottish Sec Michael Moore doesn’t like being with Glasgow University product and creep Liam Fox, Fox makes you feel unclean looking at him

Dear All

Isn’t it funny that when the arse has fallen out of the Lib Dem vote that all of a sudden ‘feel good’ stories of unhappy Lib Dem ministers appear like magic?

Almost too good to be true, they climbed into bed with the Devil and now as junior partner they feel hard done by after getting ‘rogered’ stupid.

They are getting paid ministerial salaries for it!

The feel good story here is for the benefit of the rich middle classes and upwards.

Scottish Secretary Michael Moore coughed out to undercover reporters posing as constituents that cutting Child Benefit for higher-rate taxpayers was “blatantly not a consistent and fair thing to do”.

Yes, it is, what does a millionaire need with Child Benefit?

Some people live in real poverty, unable to put their heating on and Moore is worried that millionaires and the well heeled might have to forgo filling up their Chelsea tractor courtesy of the state.

Moore and other Liberal Democrat ministers are privately voicing unease about the Coalition Government’s policies on welfare reform and university tuition fees.

The Berwickshire MP is said to have described his unease on tuition fees to a maximum £9000 as akin to “the biggest, ugliest, most horrific thing in all of this ... a car crash”.

Not concerned really doing it but more the blowback when people who voted Lib dem couldn’t stomach it and walked out.

He said:

“I signed a pledge that promised not to do this. I’ve just done the worst crime a politician can commit, the reason most folk distrust us as a breed. I’ve had to break a pledge and very, very publicly.”

Moore said the move was “deeply damaging.”

Try terminal, in the short to medium term, once you betray how can the public trust you again?

Nick Clegg has burned his bridges, he is a liability a reminder to the public that what he campaigned on publicly he planned to abandon privately.

As a leader, he is finished damaged goods doesn’t do him justice, I am trying to think of a word better than loathing of how the public feels.

Moore added:

“What we’ve all had to weigh up is the greater sense of what the Coalition is about.”

The Coalition is about power, greed and opportunism.

Despite having a donkey in the shape of Red Ed Miliband, the Labour Party has a good chance of re-election even although they plunged the country in the current mess.

The Tories and Lib Dems ran head long into bad decisions when if they had stepped back forgone the quick headlines and spin they could have done much better.

They haven’t taken the public with them and sooner of later in the polls that will twig, then they will be giving out the ‘red cross’ parcels to the ‘prisoners’ (voters) and ask to be allowed to continue being their jailers!

Bizarrely Moore says that LibDem ministers remain passionately "Liberal Democrat", but they have betrayed the public, betrayed their party and betrayed their principles.

Piss off Moore.

As to live inside the Cabinet of the Damned, it isn’t cosy despite the central heating, the Scottish Secretary said some Conservative ministers were “on a different planet”.

Of Glasgow University product and Defence Secretary Liam Fox, Moore singles him out as someone who he “probably couldn’t stay in the same situation for very long” if they were discussing a wide range of policies.

Liam Fox looks like a double glazing salesman in a cheap suit who would sell his own mother down the river for a few quid!

No matter what the subject he always comes across as a creep, a schemer and the worst type of Scottish Tory.

I can’t feel sorry for the Lib Dems and I suspect neither will the public come Holyrood 2011.

All Lib Dems Ministers are tarred with the same brush, political liabilities.

They will probably find that their activist base will desert them in future.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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