Thursday, 10 June 2010

List closed for Labour leadership

The lists are closed for Labour's leadership contest. A new leader will be "elected" on the 22nd of September. They will be chosen by an electoral college comprising one third Labour's parliamentary party MPs, MEPs; one third the unions, and one third the actual Labour party membership.

Let's have a look at the contenders.

David Miliband: Oxbridge-educated Jew, 2nd generation immigrant, claimed £30,000 for gardening and repairs to home, never had a proper job although has worked in the media.

For some reason this Miliband was one of the nominators of Diane Abbott, see below. Does he really think she'd make a better leader than himself? In which case why is he even standing. Or is this entire contest just a farce?



Ed Miliband: Oxbridge-educated Jew, 2nd generation immigrant, unmarried father of one, never had a proper job although has worked in the media.






Diane Abbott: Oxbridge-educated black, 2nd generation immigrant, unmarried mother of one, failed to declare £17,000 of TV earnings, never had a proper job although has worked in the media.




Ed Balls: Oxbridge-educated, not an immigrant or Jewish or black as far as one can tell. Claimed £44,000 per year for second homes, which he flipped three-times in two years. Never had a proper job although has worked in the media.




Andy Burnham: Oxbridge-educated, submitted many expense claims which were mainly rejected including £19.99 for an IKEA bathrobe, not an immigrant, nor black nor Jewish as far as anyone knows but never had a proper job although has worked in the media.



Obviously the ideal candidate for Labour leader just leaps out at you, doesn't s/he?

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