Last week I told you all about the flakey email software that the Labour party was using and what I had done with it. You can read all about that here. But it gets better. I checked my Spam folder earlier and found this little gem: This had me falling off my chair laughing so hard, its unbelievable! A video was taken and no i’m not going to share it on youtube! No wonder the labour party have imploded with stuff like this coming out. You would think they would check these things! Enough for now. I have work to do!
So election campaigning is now in full swing. There are political soundbites everywhere and slanging matches going on in every media outlet there is. As a self-employed businessman though I am running bloody scared at the moment and so are so many people like me. Business is quiet over at The Investment Network too as people hold onto their positions for fear of what will happen on election day. You see there are two dangerous blokes called Ed in Westminster and every self-employed business man or woman is scared witless of them having any power whatsoever. Yes its Ed Miliband and Ed Balls. The thought of these two idiots in power for small business people in unpalatable. They hate the small business and the small business owner with a passion that most level-headed normal people only ever reserve for trafficwardens! The two Ed’s however are not normal nor are they level-headed. It would appear most likely that a Labour government would feature a coalition with either UKIP or the Liberal Democrats. Nigel Farage’s only useful policy is to reintroduce smoking into pubs! I do approve of this one! Nick Clegg is too wet to make a difference. So if you want to know why small businesses are being quiet on doing business at the moment when it comes to investment, expansion and capital expenditure. It is because they are scared of the two Ed’s. What about me? Well I am scared and if Labour get any semblance of power, expect me to move to the Channel Islands fairly expediently.
Many readers will know how much I despise Nick Clegg, Ed Milliband and Ed Balls.
This little gem dropped into my possesion earlier today. Enjoy!
Ed Miliband walks into a bank to cash a cheque. “Good morning”, says Ed, “could you please cash this cheque for me?”
Cashier: “It would be my pleasure Sir, but could you please show me some identification?”
Miliband: “Truthfully… I did not bring my ID with me as I didn’t think there was any need to. But hang on! I’m Ed Miliband, Leader of the Opposition and of the Labour Party!!!”
Cashier: ““Yes Sir, I know who you are, but with all the regulations and monitoring of the banks because of impostors and forgers etc, I must insist on seeing some identification”.
Miliband: “Just ask any of the customers here at the bank who I am and they will tell you. Everybody knows who I am!”
Cashier: “I’m sorry Sir, but these are the bank rules and I must follow them”.
Miliband: “I am urging you please, to cash this cheque for me”.
Cashier: “Look Sir, this is what we can do. One day Colin Montgomery came into the bank without any ID. To prove he was Colin Montgomery he pulled out his putter and putted a ball along the floor and into a small cup. With that sort of skill we knew it was Colin Montgomery and we cashed his cheque. On another occasion, Andy Murray came in without any ID. He pulled out his tennis racquet and lobbed a tennis ball straight into my teacup with such a spectacular shot that we all knew it was Andy Murray.
Ed Miliband stood there thinking and thinking and then finally says, “To be honest, there is nothing that comes to my mind. I can’t think of a single thing that I’m any good at.”
Cashier: “Will it be large or small notes you require Mr Miliband?