HAGUE IN FAVOUR OF AV?

By Two Legs Good

Well, well, well!

Tuning in to the BBC News this evening we were surprised - we could almost use the word 'mugged' - by William Hague making a speech at the Lord Mayor's Easter Banquet. Now there's a man that likes the sound of his own very strange little voice, sounding all the world like a sleepy David Frost doing a bad imitation of Ringo Zzzzztarr narrating Thomazzzzz the Tank Engine.

We hit the 'mute' button immediately. We've been caught like that before.

We did grab these screen shots for you. The second one proves our point above - he'zzz been zo droney and boring he'zzzzz zzzzent himzzzzelf to zzzzzzleep mid zzzzzentenzzzze.

WAKE UP!

You have to be careful. We nearly went ourselves there.


Anyway, what of his message? Well, luckily the BBC have summarised it for us:

GOVERNMENTS AGAINST REFORM ARE DOOMED TO FAILURE



NO GOVERNMENT CAN RESIST DEMANDS FOR DEMOCRATIC CHANGE


So there we have it. Even in his doziest moments, William Hague believes in democratic change, and that standing against reform means a government is doomed to failure.

We can only hope he gets the message across to as many people as possible, especially his own colleagues in the Conservative Party, and they vote for reform, they vote for democratic change, they vote for AV.

Afore ye go...
Don't be vague, ask for AV!



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