Here we go, Friend —
This is the last weekend before Britain goes to the polls, and we need ALL HANDS ON DECK if we are going to deliver the shock to the political establishment that we’ve all been working tirelessly towards.
As you have heard over the several months, Tea Party Patriots is preparing to launch the Yellow Card Project. Before we can do that, we need your input so we can finalize our issues for this project.
It is an axiom of politics that the side that wins the communications battle is not the side with the better argument; it’s the side that controls the subject of the argument. That is, controlling the subject of the debate is more important than determining the content of the debate. The Yellow Card Project is an initiative that will spotlight seven key issues that unite the majority of Americans, and drive them to the center of the nation’s political argument over the next 18 months. By controlling the subject of the debate – making our nation’s political leaders focus on the issues agenda we set for them – our principles and values will shape the agenda.
Aviation and the UK General Election
By Ben Vogel, Editor of IHS Jane’s Airports Review
As the UK prepares for a General Election, we are none the wiser as to where the main parties stand on the biggest aviation issue: whether Heathrow or Gatwick will be given the green light to build a new runway.
Red Ed the Failure – Can’t eat a bacon sarnie, not tough enough to knock the skin off a rice pudding, can’t even get it right on housing issues
• First time buyers outside London will save just £242 in Stamp Duty with Labour’s new pledge
• Rents in London would have gone up twice as fast if they had been pegged to inflation as Labour promise
The latest Labour pledge is to abolish stamp duty for first-time buyers buying homes worth up to £300,000 for the next three years. They have said that it will benefit nine in 10 such buyers to the tune of £5,000. Rubbish.
The politically biased, EU funded Brussels Broadcasting Company continues in an attempt to skew the British General Election – Voters Strike Back for Britain and Freedom & Vote Ukip
Biased BBC Election Website At It Again
Here’s the BBC election website at the opening of play this morning. It’s a Labour wet dream:
Labour’s lines and policies feature prominently and unquestioned.
The only mention of the Tories links back to a two week old story about a Cameron speech.
Was that really the only angle they could find?
Neo-Guido | April 27, 2015 at 7:16 am | Tags: BBC, Labour, Media Guido, Spin | Categories: Media Guido | URL: http://wp.me/pvx79-Pq5
Don’t let Sturgeon and the Scottish Nazi Party destroy Scotland
May 7 is the day when voters should decide if they want to see Britain survive and prosper, or become ‘little Europeans’ and see Britain sliced and diced by the unelected Eurocrats and their crazy dream of world power.
Save Britain Vote Ukip