Friday, 29 May 2009

What Has This To Do With The European Election Process

William Hague and the Conservative Party, along with the LibDems and Labour, will do and say anything rather than actually debate the issues of Britain's membership of the European Union.

"One of the reasons people should vote Conservative next week is to vote for a general election."

I fail to see what voting Conservative has to do with voting for a general election. As Hague well knows, neither he nor the electorate can force Gordon Brown to call one; so the statement is a tad vacuous, is it not?

Par for the course though where Hague and Cameron are concerned!

1 comment:

Mark Wadsworth said...

Yup, they're really tying themselves in knots - the logic being, The Tories have promised a referendum (and they really mean it this time! honest!) but we can't have that unless there's a GE, and so on.

Our best chance of getting a referendum is if we all vote UKIP next week, frankly. But you knew that anyway.