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Wednesday, 7 July 2010

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Politics is about being realistic

Harriet Harman, the sort of leader of the Layabout Party has announced that a thousand people a day are joining the Party, many of them former Lib Dem supporters.

'With one big push' she told our political correspondent 'we will shove this sham of a Government into the abyss.'

Worried Government supporters realise that if a thousand people a day continue to join the Labour Party, by the end of the year the membership of Labour will be incalculable.

Tory Education Minister, known by his friends as 'The Guv' (or is it the Goof?) gave a detailed response to the Harman claim, saying that figures from her were always unreliable. 'When we say a thing is true you know it is true; with them you see the mess on the pavement and forget about the recession.'

Puzzled by the dip in his fortunes Nick Clegg, however sees the former Lib Dems who support Labour as deluded.

'If you jump ship at the first wave' he explained 'you are bound to get wet and will probably sink into oblivion. However we shall be helping these selfsame people get back on board as they realise the error of their ways.'

'So What!' was David Cameron's response. 'Benefit scroungers are bound to join that lot. About a thousand a day are being created by our policies. Politics is about being realistic.'

These ringing cries have rallied the faithful men and women of true blue.

Labour, meanwhile, are trying to devise at least some policies which are not the same as the power mad monsters they want to replace.

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