Friday, April 15, 2011

British Labour Party bring in Ed Miliband to try and prop up ‘East Coast Weasel’ Iain Gray on Holyrood campaign trail, its all down hill now!

Dear All

Labour leader Ed Miliband is to campaign in Scotland.

That is not a threat but a warning.

The Millies are coming, so stay off the streets, board up the windows and turn the lights off.

If you accidentally talk to one he may mistake you as a potential voter and you could be stuck for minutes, literally, getting bored to death.

Ed Miliband isn’t popular and he is joining someone equally unpopular, ‘East Coast Weasel’ Iain Gray.

And given previous experiences of being chased down the street by ordinary people, the British Labour Party will be doing ‘meet the people’ under controlled circumstances.

They are starting off by speaking to apprentices and staff at the world's largest helicopter services company in Aberdeen, before heading to a call centre in Dundee.

What is truly pathetic is they are going on a whistle stop tour to highlight Scottish unemployment figures which would be higher if Iain Gray was First Minister.

Iain Gray voted against the Scottish budget which was a direct threat to jobs and families and now they expect the people to forget that!

When it comes to money management then look no further than SNP finance secretary John Swinney.

He has worked miracles with his budget that Labour’s Andy Kerr could only dream about.

Kerr has been a Minister before and the health service certainly suffered from his disastrous touch.

In the video ‘best wee country in the world’ by Alan Smart, there is a line about Kerr spending a billion, ‘God knows where it’s gone’….’ Were the best wee country in the world’.

Miliband coming to Scotland is a clear signal that Gray is under London Labour control and will dance to an English jig.

Do we want London Labour control of Holyrood?

I don’t think Scots want the Labour Party complying with their unionist agenda to try and propel Miliband and English Labour into Number 10 at the expense of wrecking the Scottish economy.

The Scottish National Party has racked a series of successes right across the board, May 5, Vote SNP and we can keep on trucking.

Let’s give Iain Gray the present he deserves, 4 more years of gripe and grievance by keeping him out of Bute House.
Put a smile on your face by wiping the smile off his.

Do it for Scotland!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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