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Notes from the writer/LibDem parliamentary candidate for Somerton & Frome

No Business Like Snow Business

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Yet again the Labour Government and the Tory Council have let the good citizens of Westminster down. Last night, we were promised plenty of good quality snow, and when I look out the window this morning what do I see? Virtually no snow at all, and what snow there is, is dirty and slushy. It’s just not good enough and is deeply disappointing for all local people.
Elsewhere in London (often may I say in places with LibDem councils) there is plenty of good snow, highly suitable for parks and open spaces where people can make snowmen and toboggan ride contentedly. Yet round here the thin scattering is totally useless for this kind of pursuit. Many people are horrified that they’ve had to go into work after all because local transport has been hardly affected!
I must say I think a LibDem government would have done much better. With Nick “Santa Claus” Clegg and Vince “Mince Pie” Cable running the show, we’d be laughing all the way to winter wonderland. But for now we’ll just have to dream that Father Christmas brings us a hung parliament.

Ho Ho Ho!

Merry Christmas everybody!!


Written by markblackburn

December 18, 2009 at 1:52 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. And I believe that the Sun will shine more under a Lib Dem Government too. All the more reason to back the Liberal Democrats at the next election 🙂


    December 18, 2009 at 2:41 pm

  2. now dat’s funnee

    mike ormsby

    February 28, 2010 at 7:02 pm

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