‘Accusations of dithering and shifting position are old fashioned and outdated’ says Nick Clegg prior to the latest Lib Dem policy U turn. ‘What people fail to recognise is the dual nature of coalition politics’ said the deputy prime minister yesterday, standing somewhere between two positions, outside Westminster. ‘Today, we have a plurality of outcomes embedded within coalition politics such that what individual MPs stand for cannot be accurately identified at any single point of time. The public simply have not caught up with the fact that ideas may be identified but they cannot be simultaneously be identified with any specific direction.’
The concept of actually doing something for the electorate was thrown out once Tony Blair discovered revolutionary New Labour thinking. Historians now believe that it was far too simplistic to think of furthering social equality when voting in the Labour Party to government. Instead, the new dualistic concepts successful uncoupled distributive economics from socialism and gave us uncertainty principle. You have to realise that whilst the slogan says Social equality, what you actually observe is privatisation. This is scientifically proven.'
Ed Milliband's position could not be identified with certainty and has not yet commented.
Hat tip to previous posts by the physicists working for NB