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Why do the Tories keep emailing me?

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“Michael Gove; asked me for a tenner.”

On March 2nd I wrote to a Mr. Brady, leader of the 1922 Committee of the Tory party.

This is what I wrote:

“Dear Mr. Brady,

It is my belief that David Cameron, and his cabinet cohorts are not only destroying the Conservative Party’s chances of re-election anytime in the foreseeable future, he is taking the country to hell with him.

From information I have received, it appears that a leadership contest can be triggered by 46 letters sent to you as leader of the 1922 Committee.

Consider this to be one of those letters.

Regards”

So, I have been receiving regular emails from Tory politicians, presumably prompted by this communication and mainly ignoring them, but not unsubscribing in case something err, interest, shall we say- came along.

That day has arrived and Michael Gove is the latest Tory to assume I am a True Blue. This is his communication:

“Paul

Tony Blair once argued that the Labour Party should not be the political arm of the trade union movement.

But under Ed Miliband, who owes his position as party leader to the unions and relies on their money for 77% of his party’s donations, Labour are sinking back into their same old position of living in the unions’ shadow.

Radical left-wing union leaders now believe the Labour Party can be theirs again – and they are taking it back seat by seat, policy by policy, all before Ed Miliband’s impotent gaze.

Union leaders are openly fixing selections for candidates who will back left-wing policies and reverse our vital work to cut the deficit and fix the welfare system so that it rewards hard work.

We can’t let them do that to Britain – so please donate £10 today to help us win the next election.

Ed Miliband has failed to act – and has no plans to act – to prevent the open and blatant takeover of his own party by the union bosses who anointed him leader.

Britain cannot afford – as we had in the Seventies – the same old Labour Party with a weak leader buffeted by union pressure to adopt policies only they want and asking hardworking people to pick up the bill.

Govesig

Michael Gove”

This is my response:

“First, I believe that the Labour Party should be the political arm of the Trade unions.

Second, the Tory party is funded by the enemy of the proletariat, big business, so why shouldn’t Labour be funded by the unions in defence of the working class?

Third, I don’t believe there are any really radical left wing union leaders, or they’d have had the guts to call a general strike by now, and damn the anti-trade union legislation.

Fourth, your so-called vital work is not rewarding hard work; it is penalising the most vulnerable, holding down wages and using the savings to fund tax cuts for those that should be paying more.

Finally, if the Labour Party returned to their roots and the policies of the 1970s to redistribute the wealth created by the blood, sweat and tears of the working class, they could rely on my vote.

I know you won’t like what I’ve said, but I am not the only one saying it and our numbers are growing.

Regards

Paul Higgins.”

Can’t be any clearer than that; I wonder if they’ll write again?

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Written by Smiling Carcass

28/08/2013 at 7:55 AM

13 Responses

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  1. This is just Class xx

    jaynel62

    28/08/2013 at 8:15 AM

  2. rainbowwarriorlizzie

    30/08/2013 at 6:03 PM

  3. Reblogged this on The SKWAWKBOX Blog and commented:
    Excellent piece by ‘Smiling Carcass’, who keeps receiving emails from the Conservative party even though his responses can’t possibly leave any doubt what he thinks about them.

    skwalker1964

    31/08/2013 at 11:30 AM

  4. brilliant

    lisers123

    31/08/2013 at 11:37 AM

  5. […] Why do the Tories keep emailing me?. […]

  6. Brilliant!

    jaypot2012

    31/08/2013 at 12:33 PM

  7. We can not afford the same old labour party, buffeted by Union pressure to adopt policies only they want, Oh the irony, This from the Tory party who accepted £250.000 from Adrian Beecroft ( The boss of Wonga) to make it easier for employers to sack employees, They have No shame

    Mary Jackson

    31/08/2013 at 3:22 PM

  8. Lack of real choice for the electorate is becoming a big problem. It is also stifling debate as there is a perception of fewer policy choices than there actually are. Sigh.

    NHSWorker

    31/08/2013 at 7:43 PM

  9. Priceless!

    Bullingdon Dave has failed to act – and has no plans to act – to prevent the open and blatant takeover of his own party by the big money bosses who anointed him leader and maintain his kakistocracy.

    Britain cannot afford – as we have in the ‘Teens – the same old Tory Party with a weak leader buffeted by big money pressure to adopt policies only they want and asking hardworking people to pick up the bill.

    ideb8

    31/08/2013 at 9:57 PM


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