Letter from Tory activist urging Tories to vote Lib Dem

Tom has already said that the links between the Lib Dems and the Tories were now so close, the Tories were urging their members to vote tactically Liberal in order to keep Labour out. Here’s a letter that proves it.

As for the contents of the letter, I’m surprised at the writer commending her Liberal MP for ‘putting party before country’ and going into Coalition. As Overburdeneddonkey points out, the truly honourable thing to do is put one’s country before party, recognising that the needs of the nation as a whole comes before the sectional interest of the political party. The writer has therefore cheerfully admitted that the Tories and Lib Dems don’t have the country’s interest at heart, even though she goes on to raise Tory fears about what Miliband and Balls would do if they got in.

The woman writing this clearly has some extreme Right-wing views. She must have, if she’s worried that Miliband and Balls are being held to ransom by the Far Left. Really? Neither can be said to be the darlings of the Far Left. It just shows how hysterical the Tories are, and how far to the Right they’ve moved. The writer herself inadvertently has shown how unfit the Tories are to govern.

Pride's Purge

(not satire – it’s the Tory/Lib Dems!)

As a reminder of just how close to each other the Tory Party and the Liberal Democrats are – here is a letter from a Tory activist urging her local Tories to vote tactically for a Lib Dem candidate:

snootypieceofshit

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Isn’t it about time the Tories and the Lib Dems stopped their pretence of being separate parties and went for a full-on merger?

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PS Did you spot the Freudian typo in the letter: Stephen Williams “put party before country in 2010 by going into coalition” 🙂

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