Thursday, October 25, 2007

I'll be back

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Well not quite I can be found here until the end of FEB 2008.


Friday, September 28, 2007

A Sad Day

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Well unfortunately it is a NO vote, I think we have missed a great chance to refresh our town, but that is the way the vote went.

To all those in the YES camp well done.

I could be nasty and say that the NOs voted for a monkey in Alan Charlton, but he had very little to do with it, just a front man for DBC, it was they and the echo who were behind this.

I should send Peter Barron a toothbrush, with his head so far up the backside of JW, AB et al, he could clean their teeth.

I just wonder what they were so scared of.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Remember to use your VOTE

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Monday, September 24, 2007

First UK Case of Blue Tongue

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Nuff said!!!

(hattip to the spine)

Sunday, September 16, 2007

I'll get me coat

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That's it time to get me coat, Ming the meaningless has spoken sense and I agree with every word.

How on earth can this of happened, but as he pointed out a referendum on the new eu treaty (CONSTITUTION) is pointless, he goes on what is required is a referendum on whether we stay in europe or come out. You could have knocked me down with a feather.

If only the Tories had such a policy, such a position they could stand by, who knows where it could lead, if only a proper political party had this as a policy (please listen Dave)and not the Lib/Dems.

Such things dreams are made of.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Not as young as they used to be

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The NO campaign have been out buying up the towns supply of epsom salts it seems.

Poor old Cllr Ron Lewis has been complaining that delivering leaflets is tiring him out, good job the young(er) Cllr Nick Wallis was there to give him a piggyback home.

Friday, September 07, 2007

Sponsorship deal for NO campaign

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And judging by the photo in todays echo it is Stanner the stairlift people (only joking).

Good to see them out and about, as long as the NO campaign do not try and kid us that the present system is as old as the combined ages of those in the photo.

In the text of the piece once again they have got it wrong, putting into peoples mind that we will lose a position for the most senior councillor, this does not have to be case, but this is the only thing they have so it will be repeated and repeated and it will still be untrue.

Nick Wallis is back and blogging, and judging by his latest post he seems to think the YES campaign is Tory, now whether he done the artwork I do not know but he seems happy to use the image, within the main group I am the only declared Tory, we have Labour supporters and Lib/Dem supporters it is a cross party group with plenty of neutrals, but someone has to plant a seed and it appears to be Nick.

The official Conservative view is that the people should decide and the Conservatives will abide by the decision, the conservative individuals may campaign for which ever side they wish, as we see myself in the YES camp I am deputy chairman of the association, we see the group leader Heather scott with the NO campaign along with Cllrs Ron Lewis and Eric Roberts, all of us will campaign as individuals, these are our views and we shall fight to see them come to fruition.

The membership of the association were sent questionaires seeking there views, the results came back as 58% for an Elected Mayor 42% against.

We tories at the very least are trying to be open within the Darlington party, but what of the New Labour Cllr that wants an Elected Mayor, will they be allowed to come forward, I suspect not, it is a shame that they do not feel strong enough to stand up against there leadership and fight for what they believe in.