Monday, April 25, 2005

This Returning Officer is Outraged

Bethnal Green is a tough battle-ground, George Galloway (Ba’athist party) is up against Oona (War party). Fortunately, if you fear Baghdad style voter-intimidation a handy official looking card will have popped through your door.
The card contains a box where voters can fill in an address other than the one they are registered at in breach of Electoral Commission guidelines. Who could be behind this scam?

Don’t be surprised when Galloway calls the police in on May 6th.


At 10:05 am, Blogger Cramlington Village Councillor said...

Please do point out which guideline it's in breach of. When I challenged you to do so on my blog you responded by telling me what a nonentity I am, which may amuse your friends but doesn't answer the question. Which electoral commission guideline does this form breach?

At 10:08 am, Blogger Guido Fawkes Esq. said...


At 10:30 am, Blogger Cramlington Village Councillor said...

Good answer.
I look forward to the post from you saying that you accept that the form doesn't breach the guidelines.
The only question remaining is whether your post lied deliberately (the conclusion I prefer) or whether you're so stupid you didn't actually know waht the guidelines say.

At 10:52 am, Blogger Guido Fawkes Esq. said...

I don't actually care enough to read electoral guidelines. Shocking. So are you confirming that this official looking form is actually a scam by a labour front group?

Basically, you just bore me, and your obssessive cyber-stalking of me is a little bit weird.

Go back to cold calling dis-illusioned Labour voters.

At 1:29 am, Blogger Dave Heasman said...

Well, if it isn't illegal, and it breaches no guidelines, it must be because the rules and guidelines are set up by either idiots or crooks. Because it screams "corruption" to anyone with half a brain.
It's corrupt, crooked, dishonest and filthy. What it says about those who justify it needn't be expanded on, it speaks for itself.


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