August 24th, 2012

LibDem Blogger Advising Tories

This year’s Tory party conference fringe events are jam-packed with the usual suspects, however Guido was amused to see the name of one surprise guest due to speak on Tuesday lunchtime. LibDem blogger Mark Pack will give a training session on “campaigning with social media“:

Coalicious… 


28 Comments

  1. 1
    Gordon Brown says:

    i am stupid

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    • 5
      Brian Ant says:

      Blimey. Next the Labour party will have young H@rry Guido giving them a lecture on New meeja.

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    • 8
      Selohesra says:

      Further down there is a chap called Chris Skidmore – is that a pseudonym for Bryant?

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    • 15

      Maybe. But Breivik has been found to be sane.

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      • 17
        Anonymous says:

        His actions last year prove that, of course.

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        • 21
          WVM says:

          Arrr yes, where to draw the lines.

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        • 23
          statist says:

          Maybe, as he claimed that his actions were in self defence from lefty libertarians who promote freedom, liberal “democracy”, racial/womens equality and all the rest of the PC claptrap that is being used to undermine national socialist states in the EU and now in the ME.

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          • Dr. Henry Freud says:

            Acts of terrorism against politicians and state apparatus are misguided. They are unlikely to get you anywhere.

            Shooting teenagers is even less likely to get results you desire. Such a reduction in reasoning abilities might not qualify you as insane, but does qualify you as fucking crackers.

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          • statist says:

            “Acts of terrorism against politicians and state apparatus are misguided. They are unlikely to get you anywhere.

            Shooting teenagers is even less likely to get results you desire. Such a reduction in reasoning abilities might not qualify you as insane, but does qualify you as fucking crackers.”

            Are you talking about Syria or Norway?

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  2. 2
    tommy5d says:

    Good. Mark Pack’s a great guy…

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  3. 3
    Wow says:

    Coalition blogger addresses one of the coalition parties.

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  4. 4
    Plato says:

    Voices of the Streets – two M.P.’s, a Minister, a Barrister, and a Doctor

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  5. 6
    Time 2 CTRL, ALT & DEL says:

    we all have something we could learn from others. – so why not

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  6. 9
    Julian Arsesage says:

    Not sure if I can attend

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  7. 20
    Time 2 CTRL, ALT & DEL says:

    Dave et all have made sure the words moral and conservative are rarely seen positively connected in the same sentence

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  8. 22
    The Bigger Picture says:

    That’s nothing. There’s a rumour doing the rounds that socialist Dave has been invited to address the Tory conference.

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  9. 26
    Socialism Ate My Future says:

    “jailed for 10 years on Thursday for stealing nearly £29m from his Polly Peck empire”

    Rough justice IMO no difference between the Central Bankers and Banks actions and what Mr Nadir did albeit on a smaller scale.

    In other news anyone see the unedited BBC report of the “freedom fighters” in Syria forcing a prisoner to be a suicide bomber? Doesn’t fit in with the new Citizen Khan comedy mantra at all.

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  10. 28
    Anonymous says:

    It’s not about the ‘comms’, it’s about the policies
    (That sounds like a Jessie J lyric, albeit a shite one)

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