UK political party pawn shop
The Popular Alliance has a very important question about the main three political parties, Labour, Tory and Lib dems.
The question is this, how on earth do you expect the public to have any confidence in you when all they ever do is flog off the family silver to get themselves out of trouble.
It emerged today that the conservatives have sold their old headquarters for £30 million so as they can pay off their £15 million pounds worth of debts? Now this beggar’s belief, how on earth have they managed to get so far into debt? but we also know that Labour are even more in debt than the Tories with a staggering £22 million to find.
These buffoons are supposed to be able to keep a nations bank balance afloat, yet if they squander their own money in such a carefree manner, it does not bode well for the tax payer when you have incompetent clowns squandering away your hard earned money.
We still have not heard the full story about the cash for honours investigation, but it seems, some of these donation hopefuls want their money back, and to achieve this, the big parties do what they always do when in government, sell, sell, and sell
They empty their own larders, and once in power, they will empty the nation’s larder.
In contrast to the Tories, labour sold its old head office in Old Queen Street for £6.5m but that was spent on repaying loans to the Co-operative bank.
It is relying on financial support from trade unions and bank loans as it attempts to pay off debts to wealthy backers who bankrolled its general election campaign.
UKIP is another money squandering party, with Nigel Farrage one of the worst offenders in throwing money at lost causes.
The by-election in BROMLEY AND CHISLEHURST only pulled 2,347 for Farrage despite him throwing around £100 thousand which could have been better spent elsewhere.
Yesterday, UKIP was shown the political exit door when 8 voters put a cross next to the UKIP candidate name, and even those votes were rumoured to be his family.
The results are as follows Bede Ward Election - Warwickshire
1 New Labour 656 37.5% (2004 result-841)
2 British National Party (BNP) 546 31.1%
3 Conservative & Unionists 301 17.19% (2004 result-785)
4 Liberal Democrats 119 6.8%
5 English Democrats 75 4.3%
6 People Protest Save our NHS 43 2.4%
7 United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) 8 votes * 0.5%
It’s time to forget the in debt and wasteful main three, forget the wannabee pretenders with no policies like UKIP, and forget the hidden agenda far right BNP and single issue EDP, the only real alternative is the Popular Alliance.