Monday, 3 May 2010

The dangers of too many laws

Once again, Labour has been hoist on the petard of its own awful, incompetent, egregious law-making:

He was hailed by Alastair Campbell as the "megastar" who would boost Gordon Brown's flagging election campaign, but an Elvis impersonator has left Labour feeling all shook up.

Corby borough council is investigating whether the performance at the weekend breached the Licensing Act.


Two thoughts immediately spring to mind:

1. How many times does a Labour-initiated law have to bite some Labourite on the arse before someone wakes up and asks: "Are we perhaps doing this wrong?"

2. Absolutely no change any Labour heads will roll over this breaking of the law, same as with Barrenness Scuntland, Barrenness Udders, Kerry McCunty, Harridan Harpie, etc., etc., etc.

I hope they all die protracted, miserable, painful and lonely deaths.

9 comments:

Mitch said...

"I hope they all die protracted, miserable, painful and lonely deaths. "

worse than that they will be ignored like the people they "represented" all these years that is much much worse.

JuliaM said...

"How many times does a Labour-initiated law have to bite some Labourite on the arse before someone wakes up and asks: "Are we perhaps doing this wrong?""

I don't know. How many is 'infinity'..?

Anonymous said...

"The college was unable to get a Temporary Event Notice authorising the performance of music, as plans to allow last-minute event notices were withdrawn by the Government this month."

This bit made me laugh

JohnW

bayard said...

You just don't get it, do you? They're MPs. They make the laws. That means they're above them, FFS. How many times does an MP have to break the law and get away with it before you little people realise this?

Joe Public said...

Mandy, Gorgon & Straw have just imposed Emergency Legislation such that voting for any party other than Labour will be defined as a "Hate Crime".

opsimath said...

So do I.

microdave said...

@ Joe Public - I guess the prisons will be pretty full later this week....

The Penguin said...

http://therantingkingpenguin.blogspot.com/2010/04/elvis-has-left-building.html

:-)

The Penguin

Obnoxio The Clown said...

The more things change, eh Pengy? :o)