Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Unbelievable Hague

William Hague, speaking against the introduction of a change to the voting system, at a No2AV rally:
"The most serious problem of all with AV is it that puts an end to the idea of equal votes and in doing so begins to undo two hundred years of British political progress."
Err, Mr, Hague: what about the undoing of more than two hundred years of self-governing independence that membership of the European Union has caused? I would have thought this a far more serious problem than discussing whether to change the method by which we select either blue, red or yellow "rubber stamps" that are necessary to implement orders from Brussels.

Just asking, like............................

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