Saturday, March 24, 2007


From Plaid's media centre :

"Media Centre

“Plaid ready to deliver for Wales” – Plaid Leader
24 March 2007
Plaid Leader, Ieuan Wyn Jones, today stated that Plaid Cymru is ready to deliver for Wales" ......

The Conservative Party

(and Atilla the Hun!)


Cymro said...

Well, I think I'd rather trust Wales to Attila than to Labour. Attila was capable of organising his people into a force to be reckoned with; Labour hasn't quite managed the same. Having said that, Attila sacked and ruined Rome, where Labour has sacked and ruined all of Wales.

Not sure if that's much of an achievement though. I'd rather trust Genghis Khan himself than Labour with public services!

Aled said...

Plaid Cymru ready to deliver for Wales eh...

Just like they've delivered for Arfon after 30 years dominating local politics.

I mean they must have delivered something right?

Just can't seem to think what right now...

That's why I'm stopping wasting my vote on a party that talks big and delivers nothing.

Cymro said...

So Martin, tell me why the people of Wales should vote for a London-based party who have seen inequality rise to its highest since 1961; entered an illegal war in Iraq; closed our schools and hospitals; wasted £85bn on Trident?

By Martin's own omission, Labour would prefer to let disaster befall Wales than to work in any team to stop it. Martin himsef is ashamed of his party. Labour - cash for honours. Labour: party of lies, sleaze and spin. Labour: party of inequality and waste.

Labour: the party that closes schools and hospitals! The schools and hospitals that we all use, everyday! Labour: party of ruin.

Labour have run out of excuses for 8 years of failure in Cardiff, and 10 years of failure in Westminster. They refuse to discuss their record over the past years.

Why? It is a record of failing Wales. They have no new ideas, no new policies! The only reason they have to offer for keeping them in power is that they are not the Tories! Labour has created as much damage as their Conservative friends while in power. So I say that enough is enough. Labour has a duty to explain its record of failure.