Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Gordon Vs Tony or United in Harmony

Just a small note to state the blindingly obvious
Whether or not a prominent individual makes scathing comments about the Chancellor's speech as he or she leaves a Conference hall. That individual should button up their antipathy (which is known by a lot of people) as it can be ultimatley damaging for the Party, not the Chancellor.
Former Secretaries of State who have had to resign twice, going into small detail about the circumstances behind Blair becoming leader in 1994. That sort of jibe can be ultimatley damaging for the Party, not the Chancellor.
It's not too much to ask for basic loyalty is it?

4 comments:

Barry Beef said...

basic loyalty or blind sheep?

Paul Burgin said...

What I mean, is that you are getting people with instant access to their comments going on the Six O'Clock News who are passionate about Gordon Brown not being PM.
Now the thing is, as Tony Blair said on Sunday, the public don't want a return to the squabbles that occured a fortnight ago. This is just not helping and is damaging for Labour in the long run, not Gordon Brown,and for a man like Peter Mandelson who made I thing about discipline a decade ago, it is a bit rich for him to give candid answers on the Today programme.

Barry Beef said...

paul - i have blogged my own opinion so won't waffle here. and given ur new (or is it renewed?) romance i thought u'd appreciate the loyalty a wife has demonstrably given her husband

Paul Burgin said...

Is making jibes (allegedly) in front of people who blag to the media about Gordon being disloyal to the PM?