June 20th, 2014

Ed’s Guardian Problem

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Labour spin-doctors have always feared the “Tory press”, they should take a look at the headlines in their own hinterland, the above are from Yesterday’s Guardian. They dwell on the Ed Problem. If the core Labour luvvie vote is lost what hope is their for Ed as the polls narrow. The UK Polling Report rolling average has Labour now on 35% and the Tories on 32% with the trend showing Labour declining. 45 weeks to go…


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  1. 1
    Hadley "Screaming Banshee" Freeman says:

    Sexist

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    • 45
      The Thick of It says:

      The Guardian isn’t just Millie Tants problem.

      It’s the British people’s problem too.

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    • 52
      tailed says:

      there can only be one master.

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    • 58
      Enquirer says:

      The MSM really have got their act together – the “denying the oxygen” of publicity to UKIP is going very well indeed.

      Who’s controlling it, though?

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      • 69
        Gone, butt knot forgotten says:

        New Poll’s out:

        UKIP – 3%
        Libdems – 14%
        Conservatives – 34%
        Laboour – 346%

        Well, there we have it. The sleeping UKIP monster is ‘sleeping’. (now back to me maff’s degree…)

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  2. 2
    Abdul Basset Liquorice Allsort says:

    The Guardian want Labour to win but even they recognise Miliband is a born loser.

    If Labour cannot change their leader, how can they be trusted to run the country?

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  3. 3
    Bill Quango MP says:

    He’s not worried. He knows 29% + lib dem traitors will see him to victory.
    Labour 29% is the lowest the vote can possibly go. Even Gordon managed 30%.

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    • 24
      Mr Nobody says:

      Brown was the incumbent and duly received a bonus as all PMs do. Unbelievably, many on his own side still regarded him as a good chancellor. However, Ed is untested and won’t get 29%.

      My money is on Labour securing 27% of the vote next year.

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  4. 4
    Maximus says:

    Much of Labour has wanted to change its leader since the day Milibandit got in. Such is the culture of fear and loathing that none has dared admit it. Will-They-Wont-They is a fantastic game which will keep us all happy and entertained until it becomes apparent they will after all, when Milibandit loses the GE. Unless of course the bloodlust tempts them before that – delicious isn’t it?

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    • 26
      Ann, the poverty stricken accounts clerk says:

      If the vast majority of the Parliamentary Labour Party did not vote for Ed as their leader, why on earth do any pf them take a blind bit of notice of him? Why not just ignore him? I can’t believe they are all having an attack of ‘democracy’.

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      • 60
        SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        True Ed is a gormless looking prat ,but Cameron himself takes some beating in the ‘stupid twat’ stakes, it says a lot for Ed if he can make the dedicated EU arselicker Cameron appear electable.

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        • 63
          PDubya says:

          When it comes to licking the EU’s arse Ed’s Bro, who he knifed in the back, signed us up with the maximum imbecile on the quiet to the Lisbon Treaty. Ed signed us up to a carbon reduction deal in Europe that stuck up our energy bills and could potentially cost us hundreds of pounds each by 2020.You may not like Cameron but e

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          • SIZE 15 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

            Milliband I know is just as treacherous as Cameron as far as the EU is concerned,but he is not yet in position to get his tongue quite so far up Barroso’s ring piece as far as Cameron can.

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          • 8%, that's bigger than the Gay vote @ 2% says:

            There’s nothing wrong with the EU being uncompetitive! Just as slong as China, India and the rest of the ‘Black Cloud’ posse pull the same chain!

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  5. 5
    Anonymous says:

    You are all just too thick to get the master plan. In the towns and cities of the North they have faith, they care confident that at the time and place chosen by Ed, his intellect will be reveal and it will smite his enemies with its power.

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    • 20
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      The towns and the city’s in the north couldn’t give a crap, so long as they get their benefits to go out and by ciggies and cider and the Sun, footy time, will he smite his enemies with a wet paper towel or does he have a bit more energy

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      • 59
        Anonymous says:

        You have not considered how enriched these areas are now. There is also the UKIP affect.

        And a lot will depend on when the Britistani jihadis come back and what they get up to.

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  6. 6
    Anonymous says:

    Remember even the Labour Party didn’t have him as first choice, he got elected because of the Union Block Vote.

    Labour look spineless for not having a word with him to do the honourable thing.

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    • 25
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Oh!, come on Liebour and honourable, Liebour dictionary doesn’t have honourable listed, lies, steal, trough, arrogant are listed and approved .

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  7. 7
    The British media are cunts says:

    More rubbish. The polls can narrow all they like. The Tories need over 40% for an outright working majority, Labour need 35%. 32 or33% would make Labour the largest party, don’t forget they get over 40 seats free from Jockland.

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    • 14
      Alex Salmon Breath says:

      I tried my best to prevent that.

      But my thicko, workshy, layabout handout citizens want Jockland to continue to be the cradle of benefits.

      Sorry.

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  8. 8
    Desperate Dan says:

    What imposter wrote that? Guido would NEVER make that many spelling and grammatical errors.

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  9. 9
    Jingleballix says:

    Don’t forget that the Guardian endorsed the Lib-Dems in 2010.

    Wonder if they’ll do that again.

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    • 13
      Vince Incableable says:

      Polly will say vote for whoever looks like being the most deranged.
      That’s her usual tip.

      She was a big fan of David Owen. And David Steel. And Michael foot. And Neil Kinnock..see a patten ?

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  10. 10
    Anonymous says:

    In times of crisis send for…………………….BANANA MAN.

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  11. 11
    Andrea says:

    What we need people to understand is vote UKIP get two Eds. Simple

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  12. 12
    Nigel Faragi says:

    Vote Ukip Get Rid of Miliband…

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  13. 16
    nell says:

    Labour have never been able to remove failing leaders – they just keep stumbling on kidding themselves about what a wonderful chap he is; in gordon’s case they just kept saying hw he was the world’s best economist even though you wouldn’t have trusted him with a kids pocket money! and on and on right up to polling day when they finally realise nobody else holds their view of these sad fools.

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  14. 21
    Socialism is theft says:

    Labour could have a rabid dog as leader and they would still be polling 35%, especially when the Tories have a supine donkey that is so out of touch he could be on the space station.

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  15. 22
    bergen says:

    Just as it aids both the Tories and the Libdems to prop up Ed, the guardianistas know they have to get shot of him . He is worth 30 seat to the coalition. Until the election campaign starts, the Tory press will simply treat him with amused contempt whilst the Guardian will continue to attack him.

    The problem they face is that there isn’t anyone else who is obviously more electable at short notice.

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  16. 23
    Maimed Codger says:

    40 weeks, why that could be considered a ” Pregnant” pause.

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      Alas, Poor Albion says:

      Thank you for the capital and quotes around the word ‘pregnant’. I utterly would have failed to see your point without them.

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  17. 28
    Bro David says:

    Can I help?

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  18. 35

    It’ Ed’s Ed problem, innit?

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  19. 36
    Raving Loon says:

    The Ed problem is that Ed is a f**king weirdo, can we move on now please.

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  20. 37
    It's so very depressing says:

    Call him what you like – Weird Ed, Forest Gump, Ed Moribund etc – but this idiot is going to be our Prime Minister next year.

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    • 41
      The U.K. is fucked with these identical ConLibLabbers says:

      Not much difference from weakling bumsex Dave.

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      • 50
        The Great British Public says:

        Ed and Dave are cheeks of the same EU immigrant loving ar#ehole.

        Clegg is like the hole in the donut, or sphincter in. the middle…

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  21. 38
    Stefanny says:

    I never could decide who was the best turn-me-on. Smooth suave nerdy Ed, or rough tough thrusty Ed.Perhaps I’ll just stick with my banana.

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  22. 39
    Look_I'm_Youthleth says:

    To say “our leader is useless” is very good reverse psychology actually…………….unless……………

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  23. 40
    Maximus Imbecilibus says:

    My name is Maximus Imbecilibus Gordianus. Commander of the benefits claimants of the North. General of the Scottish Legions and loyal servant to the TRUE emperor, Herman van Rompuy.
    Father to a murdered economy, husband to the murdered financial services.
    And I will have my vengeance, in this life or the next.

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  24. 42
    johnpreid says:

    Although last week with a 10% lead it looked like labour would win a overall majority now it looks like the Tories will win and they won’t need anywhere near a 7% lead to do it,

    The blame game after the election won’t be miliband did atoms last week, but they’ll blame Blairites as Ed foolishly to try to gain credibility last week, comes out with u turn after u turn from the sun, to child benefit.

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  25. 44
    a non says:

    Unfortunately I still would not rule out Ed’s chances.
    Votes from the Labour brain-dead and a Liberal sympathy vote from their electorate who have nowhere to turn could swing it for him.

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  26. 53
    Jezza says:

    We need to restrict lefties immigrating into our conservative England, especially fat, ugly, ungrateful ones

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  27. 54
    Anonymous says:

    if only we had decent points based migration laws in 1972. your skills alibaba are not of any use here.

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    count thundertentronc says:

    Milliband major didnt have the bottle to tip over Gordo the great. Harriet the Harridan was too spineless to hace a go. The bollox pair just like scheming. Mili minor at least got his big friends to prop him in place.
    Labour is finished. Especially with princeling candidates imposed from on high. Now is the time for independent candidates.

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      Fuck The One-Eyed Scottish Fucker says:

      Harriet “Harmful” Harridan? Can anyone name anything she’s ever done except sit nodding moronically by her “leader’s” side in the commons and sidestepping the due process of the law relating to use of a mobile in a vehicle? Harridan is a vacuous, intellect-free hypocrite who hides her family wealth and privilege almost as successfully as the nauseating Benn dynasty. Oh, yes – and her brain-dead husband likes black cocks – the bigger the better.

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  29. 56
    harrythebastard says:

    Hope the Guardian slaughter him he deserves everything he gets he is such a wet twat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  30. 68
    Fabians and paid trolls are Evil says:

    I would rather live under Is**m than socialism

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  31. 73
    Anonymous says:

    “Ed’s Guardian Problem”
    If they are only pointing out that what he says is at variance with what he does, there is an obvious solution. He could sit down somewhere quiet, and re-evaluate his perception of reality. That is compare, item by item, his personal rendition against the real thing. For example defending democracy, whilst denouncing an EU referendum…

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  32. 75
    TheDoctor says:

    Who wrote this? It reads horribly, with too many commas and ‘there’ being spelled ‘their’. You need to keep the illiterate interns away from the main stories, Guido.

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  33. 76

    We used to have working class comedians – now branded racist, paedo or some such. Now we have Oxbridge educated indoctrinated lefties (millionaires from DVD sales and TV series) supported by campus commissar indoctrinated bleeding hearts worried sick about the poor dole scroungers. Close down Rolls Royce Bentley Maserati and Mercedes! they cry. In this way they accrue a swelling of their ranks by disaffected unemployed people. Shame the comics are so funny. See 1930s Crystal Nacht – same tactics, oh and wear this green shirt, we won’t get away with brown anymore.
    Reds? You must hand it to their propaganda wing (Guardian and BBC) Fucking good aren’t they eh? Shame the Tories are too dim to see it and hence, deal with it

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