Monday, February 13, 2006

Where are the Bloggers for Hughes? Are they running late?

Slightly worried since posting my pros and cons for voting for "Hughes vs Huhne" that all the comments on this thread so far "appear" to be from those who are pro Huhne and anti Hughes

Perhaps the bloggers for Hughes browse the net at different times of the day but whatever I would welcome their input into what so far appears to be a very one sided debate.

Tag Lib Dems

8 comments:

Stephen Glenn said...

Tony,

I will get back to you after work. I have seen you're original post but cannot give it due attention until I return from work, if that is OK with you. Obviously the Huhne bloggers either have jobs that are less labour intensive or employeers who care less what they do during their work time.

Tony Ferguson said...

Excellent - quick and witty response - look forward to seeing your thoughts later. No doubt the Huhne bloggers will just maintain that they are able to multitask

Stephen Glenn said...

Fortunatley I was on a break just now.

Peter Pigeon said...

My advice is here.

James said...

We can indeed walk and chew gum at the same time. Can Simon?

Tony Ferguson said...

Thanks Peter - sadly I have already ruled out Ming. You make some good positive points for Ming but I was not impressed by his performance over the "Kennedy Assassination Question" nor by his ducking it on Question Time nor by his performance at Slough on Saturday. I also do not wish to spend the next five years discussing when Ming will hand over and who will inherit the crown

Peter Pigeon said...

Tony

Who did impress you over the Kennedy issue? We get a distorted view from outside parliament - if we knew everything it might very well lead us to say that it HAS to be Ming.

And no leader is forever.

Tony Ferguson said...

I agree that no leader is forever and I also agree that our view can be distorted by the media. However, I understand that this is not the first time that the Mingistas have tried a putsch. Even if it wasn't then I wish he had answered the question - what happened and why and what Mings role was and that of his supporters - I don't think that anyone in particular came out smelling of roses but those in the parliamentary party who supported Charles in 1999 and knew his problems have a special responsibility