This Ipsos-Mori poll on the eve of McDoom's speech at the
Labour Memorial Service Brighton Conference will not make very good reading for the pill-popping, pant-pissing, foul-tempered, Nokia-throwing, totalitarian communist twat! I would suggest that those attending the conference give him a wide berth tomorrow as he will be on the fucking rampage until his ultra-large dose of happy medicine has kicked in properly - you will know when it's safe to approach when you see him smiling inanely at inappropriate times.
Ben Page, CEO of Ipsos-Mori, said in an interview that "Labour is very weak - the mood here is just terrible. Most people who want to vote Labour say they expect Labour to lose".
Oh, dear, what a pity, never mind.
The results of the poll with 1,003 adults surveyed are:-
CON = 36%, LIB = 25%, LAB = 24%
Labour hasn't been in this position since February, 1982, when they were committed to raising taxes and unilateral disarmament.
We've heard those kind of rumblings again in the last week or two, those old familiar Labour policies of taxing us to death and inviting the rest of the world to bomb the shit out of us any time they like!
In the meantime, a 34-page Labour document titled, "General Election Handbook Part 1 -- A day-by-day planner for your general election campaign", was issued to candidates and campaign chiefs this week at the conference. The document’s description of an April campaign suggests that Brown is planning to hold the general election the same day as voting for local officials.
Justin Fisher, professor of political science at Brunel University and an expert on election campaigns said that
"This would appear to confirm a May 6 election".
So it would seem that the cat is out of the bag and we get rid of the bastards a month earlier than we thought we would - that's only another seven months, folks. I just hope we can all take it until then!