That, according to the 'experts' I have read, is the sum total of Labour's election 'strategy'. Just concentrate on the core Labour vote, pick up as many disillusioned Lib-Dems as possible and let UKIP tear strips off the Tory carcass and that way Labour will sneak into government by the back door. Of course, in order to shore up that core vote it will be necessary for Labour to do two things. First, bribe them, and the fact that they will be bribed with their own money will never occur to the silly boobies. Second, promise to let loose the Inland Revenue attack dogs on all those filthy rich zillionaires and their companies. Again, the fact that the zillionaires concerned will simply shrug and move to the West Indies taking their investment and spending power with them will not occur to the troglodyte plebs of the Labour party, the vast majority of whom can't see beyond their red noses let alone over the Channel to France where exactly that policy was instigated and has already crashed and burned.
Regular readers will know that I think Freud was a fraud but even so I would describe the fact that 'Milipede' forgot the two most critical parts of his speech yesterday as a 'Freudian slip'. Apparently he learned his speech like an actor and although he did have reminder notes he ignored them. Thus, it was interesting that he managed to remember all the simple-minded guff, aimed at the near brain dead, concerning evil, rich, posh Tories, etc, etc, but managed to forget any mention of the two most important problems of the day - the economy and immigration. Freudian or what?
It is now apparent beyond any doubt that the man is totally unfit for even a junior ministerial post let alone Prime Minister of Britain. The only thing he has succeeded in doing is the near impossibility of making David Cameron look almost statesman-like!