Party like it’s 1992!

Another Kinnock has lost an election:

Lars Loekke Rasmussen’s bloc would get more than the 90 seats needed to secure a majority in the 179-seat legislature.
Helle Thorning-Schmidt, the prime minister and her Left-wing allies had taken just 85.


8 thoughts on “Party like it’s 1992!”

  1. What makes it even sweeter is that the pollsters didn’t just get it wrong, as in the recent UK election, but have pretty much been exposed as actively working for her re-election.

  2. Well, the victors aren’t that far right at all. The main victor is the Danish People’s Party (Dansk Folkeparti) which is a whites-only social democratic party. Ie they are tax and spend, as long as that spending doesn’t benefit people of colour, particularly muslims. Another example of the internal workings of the rainbow coalition!!!

  3. Tim Newman

    He’s swallowed the Kool Aid certainly – the idea that ‘the Right’ are not given a tough time by the BBC seems to have gained currency – it is further proof of his insanity – indeed, I’d question whether he is mentally fit to be allowed to vote.

  4. So Much for Subtlety

    In other pseudo-socialist news, Cherie Blair’s business empire has collapsed. There is barely a single sentence in this whole article that did not raise a smile to my lips:

    Mrs Blair, 60, a lifelong socialist, has always rejected claims that she was cashing in on NHS privatisation – even though Mee Healthcare was funded via an investment company in the tax haven of the Cayman Islands.
    Mee’s failure will be a blow to Mrs Blair, who recently quit her role as a judge to concentrate on her commercial ventures, and Harvard-educated Miss Lese, who previously managed a £58million fund for the Boston-based Fidelity Investments.

    Their Cayman Islands investment company the Allele Fund, which funded Mee Healthcare, was set up by Mrs Blair and trained doctor Miss Lese in 2008. Its offshore status meant any tax it paid to the UK exchequer was significantly reduced.

    Mee initially talked of persuading City investors to stump up £75million ‘in three to nine months’ to fund the clinics.

    Embarrassingly, one investor who put in cash and was appointed to the fund’s advisory board, Tory MP Brooks Newmark, had to quit Westminster in disgrace after sending X-rated pictures of himself last October.

    Has anyone asked Ritchie or Polly to comment?

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