Sunday, October 02, 2005

Come on Tony

Now that we know that criticising the Prime Minister equates to terrorism, Labour party members, as well as the rest of us, need a new approach that will get our feelings known without getting us brutalised by Tony's heavies or arrested on some trumped-up terrorism charge.

Might I suggest that some heavily sarcastic agreement might be in order. Cheering even. One can imagine next year's Labour conference when delegates started to shout "You're right Tony" or "Long Live the Dear Leader!". I don't know whose confusion would be the greater. The bouncers or the dear leader himself.