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The hunt for Sarah Teather's 'off' switch continues

I'm not in the habit of posting Lib Dem campaign videos, but just this once I will make an exception:

Fast forward to circa 1m 10, and behold some poor unfortunate trying to find Sarah Teather's off switch, apparently located at the back of her head. I wish him every good fortune with this venture, as I'm sure do many of my regulars.

For those of a nervous or lazy disposition, Dizzy has kindly arranged a screen grab:


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Blogger gitanodemurcia said... 6:55 pm

I dont get it  

Blogger CityUnslicker said... 9:53 pm

Fortuen favours us in that there is very little chance she will retain her seat after boundary changes.  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 2:07 am

cityunslicker, why? I think she's relatively harmless, though maybe a bit annoying. And everybody can't look like Milla Jovovich. It's the Lib Dems like Simon Hughes that I'm concerned about.  

Blogger Stan Bull said... 10:48 am

As a former inhabitant of Brent, I can safely contend that Teather has no chance of retaining her seat at the next election. Alas, we have absolutely no chance of making any gains there either.  

Blogger CityUnslicker said... 12:29 pm

Anon - Have you ever seen her speak?
utterly towing the party line; so much so she could not even comment ont he leadership debacle.
cringeworthy pc statements too at all times. people with this little creative thought or gumption we do not need in Parliament.  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 1:31 pm

cityunslicker, I haven't seen her speak, but I have heard her a couple of times. Not a great speaker, I admit. Like I said, she's a bit annoying, but I would still say harmless. I don't think she's a threat for anybody. I agree that she probably won't be re-elected, but even if she will, that doesn't make any difference.  

Blogger Chris Paul said... 9:57 pm

When she gets hammered in the GE they will stick her in the next BE - if that is they don't move her somewheer else where she will get back in?  

Blogger James Higham said... 11:01 am

Dizzy can't actually do anything right now. He's on a beach with a wench.  

Blogger Croydonian said... 12:50 pm

Erm, said wench is Mrs Dizz, so I think deserves a tad more respect...  

Blogger CityUnslicker said... 8:38 pm

ooh anon, that put me in my place!  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 12:36 am

cityunslicker, no need to try to be sarcastic. All I wanted to say is that Teather isn't important. But if you don't get it, I don't see any reason to waist more energy to discuss about her.  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 3:00 am

Anonymous said... 2:07 AM

It's the Lib Dems like Simon Hughes that I'm concerned about.
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Relax on that front...... Simon ('loved' as he is) will never rise beyond chief party cheerleader..... But our little pocket dynamo Sarah, well, she is another case entirely.

Quiet highly regarded with the Lib Dems in my obscure corner of the SE of England...

She might well become the first female LD leader if some of my friends have their way. I know one demi-god of the campaigns dept who has already stated his intention to run her bid should she ever decide to stand.  

Blogger Croydonian said... 7:09 am

Can't see Teather having much chance of the leadership as and when Ming the Useless gives up. A fiver on Susan Kramer strikes me as a better bet.  

Blogger The Hitch said... 10:30 am

How long has osama bin laden been a lib dem?  

Blogger Croydonian said... 10:32 am

Well they are a broad church/shul/mosque/temple....  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 3:32 pm

Anonymous said... 3:00 AM

But our little pocket dynamo Sarah, well, she is another case entirely. ... She might well become the first female LD leader if some of my friends have their way.


And, given what a terrible speaker she is, you think she, as the leader of Lib Dems, would pose some kind of a threat to the Tories? For heavens sake, she's a stammerer. If she is a threat for anybody, it's the Lib Dems. She would be much worse news for them than Ming.

Though as an independent, I wouldn't mind if she did pose s threat for Tories, either. As a classical liberal, however, I'm more afraid of people who call themselves liberals, but advocate (semi)socialist policies, like Simon. Teather doesn't have any ideological substance, so she's more or less harmless. Though it is of course a pity also, if people associate liberalism with such an ideological vacuum, but it is a neutral option compared to such (semi)socialists as Hughes.  

Anonymous Anonymous said... 5:44 pm

Has no one heard of mail merge ?  

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