Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Meanwhile At PMQs

From ConservativeHome’s live blog of PMQs.

Cameron: 'He said he would go to the country if polls suggested a Labour majority of 100. He's the first PM in history to flunk an election because he thought he could win it. Has he found a single person who believes his excuses for calling an election?'

Brown responds by saying that only 26 people had signed a Downing Street petition calling for an Election.

Note that response…. And ask yourself how many people signed petitions against ID cards, against the Iraq War, against the Smoking Ban, against everything that these jokers have lumbered us with?

How many signatures does it take before they will do something?

1 comment:

Fidothedog said...

That would be the petition that as of 10.19 had = Signatures: 612