The Liberal Democrats Still Suck

For many years, the Liberal Democrats have had some sort of yellow bird as their logo, much like a Canary, which for many years (since at least the 17th century), has been a popular avian pet to keep in a cage.

The Canary-like logo is perhaps appropriate for them seeing as they also seem to want to keep the British population trapped in a cage, more commonly known as the EU, despite the fact a significant chunk of the British population voted to part company with the EU way back in 2016.


Despite this democratic vote to leave, the Liberal Democrats have been part of the problem of elitist moron politicians throwing a spanner in the works, and have vowed to continue doing so, and therefore must be destroyed like a rabid dog, never to inhabit elected government ever again. Continue reading “The Liberal Democrats Still Suck”

UK Voting Intentions Poll

As one of a number of features I’ve sticky-taped onto this re-built WordPress blog after a slight mishap with the delete button, I thought it finally time to put the new polls widget to use with a general “UK Voting Intentions Poll” with more options than are permitted over on Twitter.

And here it is…..

UK Voting Intentions

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Going Rogue / Independent / Considering a “new home”

Some of the more observant among you may have noticed that ConservativeChitChat has been losing it’s MoJo recently, and you’d be right.

It’s not just because there isn’t any UK elections to sink my fangs into at the moment, it’s been kind of going on since the stitch-up to install May as PM after Cameron quit, and the party seems to have gravitated from positive fizz to spreading bollocks from Project Fear Mk1 and Mk2, and not really providing anything I can put much enthusiasm behind any more after the best part of many years of considering it the only sane choice before I even started seriously following politics or had any interest in paying attention to the news because I was young enough to be more interested in watching Thundercats or Rugrats. I first cast a vote for the party back in that fateful 1997 General Election some 21yrs ago when I was finally old enough, and officially started actually joining the party on-and-off probably around 2004/2005, maybe when I’ve been able to spare the membership fee.

It would appear I’m maybe not the only one been feeling this lately?

I’ll still back certain party politicians who still seem to be on my side of the argument, including (but not limited to):

  • Boris Johnson
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg
  • John Redwood
  • Priti Patel
  • Daniel Hannan
  • David Davis
  • Owen Paterson
  • Andrea Jenkyns
  • Penny Mordaunt
  • Philip Davies
  • David C. Bannerman
  • Liz Truss
  • Lucy Allan

I’ll probably also still pitch-in the occasional policy idea when time & energy allows, and try to keep the site and blog updating on a more frequent basis.