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    Entries in 2010 election (2)

    Saturday
    May082010

    The electorate voted with respect for Israel by booting Galloway out of Westminster

    Even though we have been left with a very ambiguous election result with an unprecedented "hung parliament," there is one result that most people in Britain may be pleased about.

    Without even showing up at the count, Galloway came third in the Poplar and Limehouse constituency and is now out of Westminster, This is the man who under the banner of the "Respect" Party, showed absolutely no respect to the State of Israel. 

    Driven by anti-zionist hatred and an extreme left wing agenda, George Galloway and the Respect Party had a disastrous election result with their share of the vote halving to around one tenth of one percent of all votes cast. As they say on their own website "there is no hiding from reality. The 2010 General Election was not a good day for Respect."

    Fortunately, with the removal of the Respect Party from the House of Commons and the Party's clear decline in popularity, Israel's enemies have endured another huge blow in their efforts to undermine Israel's right to exist.

    Friday
    May072010

    The UK Election-Oh what a night!

    The UK election has proved to be one of the most exciting political events in British electoral history. With massive interest in the three main parties following the public debates, this was an election that was built up by massive hype and media interest.

    Gordon Brown and the Labour Party have been on the backfoot during the campaign as both Cameron and Clegg have made convincing and more passionate appeals to the electorate. The Polls have been regular and fascinating to watch and compare. 

    The best part of the Campaign was election night-and I mean election NIGHT- This was the election that you simply could not stop watching. I watched the BBC coverage from 9.30pm to 8.30am. It was so captivating that "going to bed" simply wasn't an option. The result could not have been more exciting-with every seat and associated swing adding up to a statistical mosaic of electoral intent.

    Gordon-it is now time to pack your suitcases and get the removal van into Downing Street. Be humble and let the Cameron / Clegg alliance take over. Your time is up