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  • Friday, November 26, 2004

    Can a leopard change its spots?

    The political climate in Britain could certainly be described as strange, when a Conservate leader is talking about tackling Islamophobia, and the leader of a former left wing party known as Labour maintains a "shoulder to shoulder" stance with a right wing extremist fundamentalist from the US; then it couldn't really be described as anything but strange. Michael Howard today made a speech appealing for "etnic minorities" to join the Conservatives. Is this a sign of a leopard changing its spots? I don't think so, politicians often say things purely to appeal to a wide spectrum of public opinion. Here, Howard is described as a "political chameleon". Now, on the other hand, when looking at Blairs history (in particular his membership of campaigning group CND) you could be forgiven for believing that he'd "changed his spots". However, his nature is that of an egomaniac who positively craves power, and the attention of those with power. Remember the old saying, a leopard never changes its spots.


    At 11/26/2004 07:16:00 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Vote Tory then you prat.

    At 11/26/2004 07:42:00 pm, Blogger Voice 1 said...

    You obviously didn't understand the point of the message. The point was that both are political chameleons, one is an egomaniac. I have no intention of voting for either Labour or the Tories.

    Perhaps next time you wish to make a comment, it may be better if you read the post properly first.

    At 1/31/2005 04:53:00 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I suspect you are demanding intelligence from the wrong person...


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