Saturday, 10 January 2015

Oh, Delicious!

Ofcom, the broadcast regulator, has declared that the Green party does not have sufficient support to qualify for “major party status” in the general election…
And just to rub a little sodium chloride into the wounds…
… but Ukip may have.
Ahahahahahahaha!
Natalie Bennett, the Green Party leader, said the decision was deeply disappointing, saying it was stuck in the past, which failed to grasp the way politics was changing fast.
No, not really. The rise of UKIP is exactly what’s meant by ‘changing politics’, isn’t it?

4 comments:

Vir Cantium said...

As much as I actually think they ought to be in the debates, I couldn't help but enjoy the schadenfreude at the sight of the far Left having a fit over this. After all, they were quite happy with the concept of electoral thresholds when it was about stopping the BNP.

Brightside Bob said...

"UKIP may have"

How long will the middle word in the above sentence last if Camron doesn't get his way?

The Stigler said...

stuck in the past? Isn't that where the green party wants to send us?

JuliaM said...

"After all, they were quite happy with the concept of electoral thresholds when it was about stopping the BNP."

Oh, indeed!

"stuck in the past? Isn't that where the green party wants to send us?"

Good point!