I'm terribly, terribly, thrilled.
Since the universally welcomed resignation of Ed 'Carved in Stone' Miliband, I'm very pleased to see that the fabulous Jeremy Corbyn MP has thrown his hat into the ring, and become a candidate for the leadership of the UK's Labour Party.
Not that I have any influence in the matter, but I'm giving him my fullest support.
A man like Jeremy at the helm of Labour should preserve their rightful position in British politics for decades to come.
Jeremy is also being backed by the 'Unite' Union who are the major funders of his party; so, that's good too.
If we're going to have a left-wing party, lets have a pukka left-wing leader.
Vote JEREMY...Vote CORBYN.
(It'd be fun, if nothing else!))
No comments required or expected for this posting; far too tedious!ReplyDelete
His CAP into the ring please. Very important that.ReplyDelete
Cap/Hat.... someone will end up eating it.Delete
If Jeremy wins I'll eat one of mine.Delete
I shall expect photographic proof!Delete
Our new dog will eat his cap - he'll only need to take it off for a moment or two, to scratch his head when answering a tricky question - and it will be gone !ReplyDelete
Just a thought - is the cap symbolic of his empathy with the working man or is he really as big a prat as he looks?
He probably imagines it has that 'Citizens, man the barricades; I'm a Socialist revolutionary' look about it. Perfect for a Labour leader; but tricky to eat later.Delete
Brother, it's the Commie cap. Yours fraternally RDelete
OK, where's the nearest pub !Delete
Thankfully he will consign labour to the margins for at least the next election should he win. He's as electable as Neil Kinnock was for PM and with the added bonus of Michael Foot's dress sense!ReplyDelete
Ah the great Michael Foot; a leg-end in his own time.Delete
Michael Foot: Labours intellectual raincoat man and millionaire. Oh some cookie was he.....Delete
Donkey Jacket, wasn't it? Very snappy.Delete
I've no idea who he is, I thought the post was going to be about Jeremy Kyle. Dennis Skinner for PM that's what I say.ReplyDelete
The Beast; yes, I'd support him too.Delete
Ok. Won't comment. Oh can't help myself so I'll sit on my hands, mouth and anything else that might comment.ReplyDelete
Go on; let it all out.Delete
He who must be obeyed.Delete
Seeing the jokers we have in the US presidential race, I cannot even begin to think of making a derisive comment.ReplyDelete