Liz Kendall : 'I don’t want to protest. I want to get into power'
|Labour leadership hopeful Liz Kendall|
Kendal is a light weight and demonstrates a very politically naive make up when she compares Attlee to Blair. (If she cant tell the difference she should learn)
The comment "I don’t want to protest. I want to get into power" sums up everything that is wrong with her conception of the Labour party and why she should never be elected to lead it.
The words which epitomize everything that is wrong the Labour party now and over the last decades, and why Labour party membership has been declining steadily for many years. These are the words, now spoken by one of the leadership candidates, which emphatically states that the Labour party holds the belief that it is acceptable to lie, cheat and deceive the people of this country with hypocritical promises of anything and everything in exchange for their votes in a General election. After that of course, the new Labour government could forget any promise, pledge or undertaking given before polling day, and pursue its own agenda, regardless of public opinion. It is this belief that has soured the concept of politics and has given credibility to the public perception that “They are all the same once they get elected”.
Kendall and those who support her, are in the wrong party.