Clegg should try practicing what he preaches #libdemfail by Barry December 11, 2010 written by Barry December 11, 2010 I think this speaks for itself : Just listen to the blatant lies flowing from his tongue, which conned so many people 🙁 00Share this:TweetMorePrintWhatsAppShare on TumblrTelegramPocket Related Liberal DemocratsNick Clegg 3 comments FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail previous post Why resign? Politicians are not gods! next post Mustapha Toastie – Nearly time to get “On Toast” You may also like Users and Government Digital Strategy – an Interview... April 11, 2021 Lisa Nandy and Rosena Allin-Khan can lead us... February 24, 2020 Labour Leadership – the marathon continues January 26, 2020 Labour Leadership – Runners and Riders January 13, 2020 If not now – then when? : rejoining... January 12, 2020 What next? The Election and the Future of... December 15, 2019 Political Maslow – Is voting intention linked to... November 4, 2019 Is Boris being Clever? September 8, 2019 #Tory Leadership – Bus or Train? July 13, 2019 ‘That’ programme – #Panorama July 11, 2019 3 comments matthaslam December 11, 2010 - 9:40 pm That is such a great video! Really well shot and very dramatic… Everything is good about it, oh yeah, except everything Clegg is saying! I hope he’s really feeling the pressure at the moment. Reply Eddie December 12, 2010 - 9:56 am Pledges made there were only ever going to be met if the lib dems won the election. They didnt. Cheap political point scoring like this exposes the weakness of labour Reply bazkirby December 12, 2010 - 8:46 pm Eddie, if we were talking about a specific manifesto point then yes, fair enough, but the Lib Dems marketed themselves on being the new honest upcoming choice for people. They were going to be the “honest” right choice. So they don’t win outright, that means that everything they said is dead and gone? Yes their manifesto is dead, as is labours, but what about their ethos and core beliefs? Even Labour and Tories have largely held their beliefs. In this, the Lib Dems have ditched their beliefs and that of their voters. Sorry, I don;t take this “they didn’t win the election” as a good enough excuse to betray their voters so outrageously. They may not have won, but they are in government, and they are there for a reason, they got a lot of backing to put them in that position, and therefore they should reflect that in their voting. On the flip side, I think Cameron is still playing a blinder, he is doing so well at using the lib dems as the pawns for bad news and fronting all the good stuff himself. He is managing them brilliantly! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.