Another day, another LibDem leaflet sandwiched between those of two racist f***wit parties.
This time, a UKIP one and a Tory one.
The Lovely Melanie was curious what the difference was between UKIP and the BNP so she had a read.
The difference seems to be that if you’re not ashamed of being called a racist you vote BNP.
If you’re a little bit more sensitive (but still a racist) and would rather people didn’t know you were a racist then you vote UKIP.
So there you go – Stu’s ongoing guide to the general election. 😀
And the LibDems aren’t racist at all, so far as I know, but in my head they’re soon going to become racist by association.
Gordon Brown, on the other hand, is obviously not a racist, since he was was “caught” calling a woman with some bigoted views a bigot. I rather like that – it actually makes me more likely to vote for him. Shame he then denied saying it and felt the need to apologise to the bigot in question. 😦