Why English voters should fear Labour as much as the Scottish people?

Labour's logo from 2000 - 2007. Updated versio...

Labour’s logo from 2000 – 2007. Updated version of mid 1980s logo. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

According to all the polls, the Labour Party will face a wipe-out north of the border in Scotland. It’s interesting to speculative why Scottish people are so strongly anti-Labour? The most obvious answer is despite the results of the referendum, they expect the SNP to press for a more independent Scotland. Perhaps, they feel passionate about Trident? I suggest that the Scottish people have been let down time and time again by a Labour Government in Westminster. They know that Labour struggles to deliver campaign policies, with vast centralized funding lost in bureaucratized projects and bloated administrative inefficiencies. English voters need to reflect carefully that Ed Miliband is very left-wing, compared to the ‘Third Way‘ politics of Tony Blair. Ed Miliband is light on leadership, charisma and experience but he’s quite radical – a toxic brew. There is an alternative, a safe pair of hands. Thoughts?

Opinion – David Cameron: My plan to win back disgruntled Tories – Telegraph – John Gelmini

Dr Alf has summed up the position vis a vis David Cameron very well.

To begin with, I have known for more than two years now that Cameron has been promised a bigger job with the UN, and now he sees himself as some sort of caretaker, keeping the seat warm for his friends.

Mentally the man has moved on, a phenomenon I am very familiar with through management consultancy and transformation work and as a former line director in sales and marketing.

Gay marriage, indifference to our need for UK defense, rather than contribution to a European Army, indifference to concerns over the Barnett Formula and our approach to truculent Scots and blatant disregard to our concerns over foreign aid, social work style policing are all things which exercise the minds of true Conservatives.

David Cameron has carried his indifference too far and lacks the energetic street-fighting qualities needed to aggressively dismantle the narratives of the left ,the Greens and apologists for radicalized Islam, where a much sterner approach is needed.

To my mind, he is like a boxer paid to “throw the fight” and with 40 days to “win us over” he is not going to succeed.

My vote for my MP the true blue, Sir Oliver Heald has been based on the fact that he is honorable, did not fiddle his expenses and is hard working, efficient and effective.

David Cameron is vacuous, ineffective, opens his mouth before engaging his brain and needs to be replaced by someone else, ideally Boris Johnson.

John Gelmini