The 10 Downing Street petition to hold a general election in 2007 is gathering pace.
The One Eyed Wonder of Wankistan laughed off the petition the other day because it only had 26 signatures. Overnight it grew to 3,400 signatures and by today over 10,000 people have signed it.
What is nice to see, though, are the number of people who have suffixed their name with “I want an English Parliament”. How will the unelected tartan traitor explain this one away? He wants more time to set his agenda into action but the people of this country quite obviously don’t want him to – that’s why over 10,000 of them so far have signed a petition to get him to call an election and that is why he had to cancel the general election that he admits he was planning because he knew he was going to lose.
He has never had a mandate to run the country and he never will, that is why he won’t call an election.
While you’re on the 10 Downing Street website, make sure you also sign this one:
We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to stop saying ‘Our country’ or ‘This country’ when he is talking in relation to devolved issues such as health, education and housing. If Mr Brown is talking about English matters then he should say ‘England’, even if it is politically inconvenient for him to do so.