Nick Clegg he is the best?

Nick Clegg he is the best
Day by day I see Nick Clegg is the best one in this establishment what you think ..??
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He is certainly among the best . We need strong direction now that labour have over-Spent,and left the nation Bankrupt . Labour party is lucky the Nation did not throw abundant more of them out.Watching them rant about remedial and urgent measures that needs to be taken is really irritating.
Local politicians within dense immigrant towns are still Labour. They are sitting pretty still and making the right Noises from time to time but doing nothing more.
He was not voted by the the people, he came a miserable third, yet have been given power that he would never have if the Tories have won outright. Despite this Clegg is just a puppet of Cameron, he cannot make any decision and has to pander to Camerons will. The small taste of power will be short lived however. The coalition will not closing 5 years and once the country goes to the polls again, it is doubtful they will ever trust the Lib-Dems or waste their vote on him. My guess is that masses Lib Dems who vehemently did not want a Tory government will swing their allegiance to Labour. Despite Gordon Brown and the unpopularity of Labour, 5 years of the Tories will be enough to make inhabitants realise that voting for them was a big mistake. We have basically got the tip of the iceberg with the change and cuts in spending and expected job losses and VAT increases. Worse will be but to come and some very disgruntled voices enjoy yet to be heard. They will grow ever louder as time go by.
i havent seen him since the election - whats he up to in this day and age?
And what exactly makes you think so. The public institution boy not in touch iwht reality by a mile. Have you see Downing Street Video on youtube about them? Her's the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Svu9tC7ogQ it's a hoot, I suggest you watch as it will explain a lot more or less Dave and Nick's relationship. Source(s): Common sense I believe he has sent the vote of the liberals back to the level of the 1960's.
all because he wanted his 15 minutes of reputation now.
do you know my wife actually believed contained by his performance during the 3 party
stand up debate and voted for him.
in a minute she says what a waste of a vote,these 3 party will never change their spots.
and like me she is going to vote bnp. and we will both verbs to do so
for the rest of our lives,
Given the fact that he is not a tory yes.
The best............

solution for the Tories
sycophant of David Cameron
weak will Liberal ever known
person at aphorism absolutley nothing but able to use greatly of words
Tory in disguise

Yep, I agree.
If you like politicians who own no character but look good on TV and utter things that people want to hear, then he's distinctly the best in parliament.

He's a complete lightweight, politically and personality-wise.
Probably .... but what does that tell you about this inept administration?
waken up. Cleggs moto " I used to be indecisive but now I can't make up my mind" the reality of the matter is Clegg and co are a bunch of third rate politicians who have /had no accident of making the grade but are willing to get into an adulterous bed with any other party that will commit adultery near them I.E . in Scotland they crawl with Labour/tory WHAT? , all the same in England the TORIES wow what a combination how the hell can a party that prostitutes itself close to that be trusted
If you are a limp wristed liberal later he is for you
No he's not, he's a third rate politician who doesn't deserve to be in the administration.
As somebody who voted Lib-Dem at the last election, I'm elated with his contribution so far.

There are many slog activists who are now trying to convince folks that he has betrayed Lib-Dem values for a slice of power.

As an example, Alan said,
"He was not voted by the voters, he came a miserable third, yet have been given power that he would never have if the Tories have won outright."

The tories would never have given him power if they'd got a majority? No s**t, sherlock!! He's from a different political shindig! What does it take to make empire realise that a coalition is not the same as a merger??

"Despite this Clegg is just a puppet of Cameron, he cannot trademark any decisions and has to pander to Camerons will."

Make your mind up, please. Does he enjoy any power, or is he David Cameron's puppet? Whilst you're making up your mind, please tell me if the following would have happen had the Lib-Dems not been within government:

* Income tax threshold raise (giving a boost to low income workers)
* Referendum on AV next year
* Exemption for low and middle earners from the public sector pay freeze
* Exemption for low and middle earners from the freeze within child benefit.
* Stable government in an monetary crisis.

How much of that would we have got have the Lib-Dems not taken a role in government? Whilst we are on the subject, how much of that be offered by labour? (Really - I keep asking that and NEVER get hold of an answer).

"The small taste of power will be short lived however. The coalition will not last 5 years and once the country go to the polls again, it is doubtful they will ever trust the Lib-Dems or waste their vote on him."

That remains to be seen, nobody can say aloud for certain at this time which way things will be in motion.

I'm not saying that it won't happen, but if it does, consequently based on what has happen so far it owes more to labour opportunism than anything the lib-dems have done wrong.

"My guess is that heaps Lib Dems who vehemently did not want a Tory government will metamorphose their allegiance to Labour."

Maybe - although I suspect the numbers there are less than you might ponder. Of course, some people who voted Lib-Dem did so just to hold on to out the tories, but the only people who did that be in areas where the libdems be already strong AND the tories were the other party contained by a marginal seat. And yes, there will be those Lib-Dem voters who prefer the chore party to the tories, they may switch soon too.

Quite ironic though - IF that really is the case that most Lib-Dem voters prefer graft to tory (I don't speak for anybody but myself, so I couldn't say either way), consequently labour have hoist themselves by their own petard. Had they if truth be told implemented the electoral reform they promised when they be first elected into power, then labour would hold got more votes from lib-dem voters as the second choice, and labour would enjoy been the largest party.

They promised electoral recover, failed to deliver and have salaried the price.

"Despite Gordon Brown and the unpopularity of Labour, 5 years of the Tories will be enough to make populace realise that voting for them was a big mistake."

And the alternative was?

I'd hold preferred a Lib-Dem majority, you would have preferred a labour majority. That's adjectives well and good, but that's not what we get. We got a hung parliament, with the conservatives as the largest carnival. That's how the votes went. Neither you, I, Nick Clegg or anybody else could have changed that. The alternative be either a tory-led coalition, or a tory minority government.

"We own just got the tip of the iceberg near the changes and cuts in spending and expected living losses and VAT increases. Worse will be yet to come and some very disgruntled voice have yet to be hear. They will grow ever louder as time goes by."

I'm sure they will. Again though, why blame the Lib-Dems for that? The debt that made the cuts necessary within the first place was created whilst we had a graft government - it was not created by the Lib-Dems. The parliament we have in place is a Conservative-led coalition, so most of the decision made, whether good or bad will be tory. Because the Lib-Dems are involved, some of the effects of the tory policies on the poorest member of society will be mitigated (eg. income tax rise, exemption for low & middle income families from the child benefit cuts, exemption for low and middle income earners from the public sector settle freeze....etc.).

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ETA: Alfred: You voted Lib Dem and are unhappy with the outcome to join the coalition.

1) You voted for LibDem policies to be implemented. You hold got some Lib-Dem influence on how the country is run, why are you unhappy?

2) If you be convinced by a centre-left party just 2 months ago, how have your political persuasion lurched to the far right so quickly?

Alfred - I don't believe a word of what you wrote, but even if it is true, that probably says more something like you than it does about the Liberal Democrats.

ETA2: It seems we enjoy the Thumbs Down fairy back. TDs given out, none of the points raise answered. How tiresome.
He's the best one in government for Cameron and the Tories as he is in a minute their *** along with the rest of the Libdem lapdogs.


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