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Coalition Government?

I think the one in the middle could be Nick Clegg.


I'm looking forward to seeing Astrid & Ginnie and also any of you who can make it up to Blists Hill Victorian Town near Telford. i think we will be there at about 1pm

Coalition Government?

I think the one in the middle could be Nick Clegg.


I'm looking forward to seeing Astrid & Ginnie and also any of you who can make it up to Blists Hill Victorian Town near Telford. i think we will be there at about 1pm

comments (22)

Wood-be politician. - (You mean to say that the balloon bloke ended up a bishop?!!!)
Bill Phillips: LOL!! No St Richard de ~Wych did...
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 7 May 2012, 01:36
Nick just bit into a lemon, thinking it was a marshmellow...
Bill Phillips: He has been something of a disappointment
Momma, Daddy & Baby Wood. Cute!
Bill Phillips: The made me smile smile
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 7 May 2012, 05:28
Looking forward to meeting you today, Bill
Bill Phillips: And I to meeting you!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 7 May 2012, 06:01
Without a doubt. He looks as useful as the real thing
Bill Phillips: Ed millipede is one of the wood shavings on the ground
I love your coalition of block head government workers... isn't that an oxymoron Bill... treat out girls well and say hello for me... i wish that i could join you there....petersmile
Bill Phillips: Yes just like Government intelligence!
It would be great to welcome the Canadian contingent here!
Without Nick Clegg the country would be in a bigger mess than it is now.The man is my hero unlike a certain pig.See you later.
Bill Phillips: I voted Lib dem / Liberal for years. It's a shame that they seem to be getting most of the blame! Anything has to be better than Ed Millipede
People always admired the continental coalition governments and wondereded why we could not have such a democratic system here. Now they know, it is because they don't really want it after all.
Bill Phillips: Judging by the numbers who vote most people don't really want a government at all
People always admired the continental coalition governments and wondereded why we could not have such a democratic system here. Now they know, it is because they don't really want it after all.
Bill Phillips: I see you liked this so much you commented twice
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 7 May 2012, 08:29
a funny picture! In our country some coalition goverments have to be build up this spring - always a difficult procedure -on next Sunday there is big election in big NRW, and I don't know which party I should choose - mostly the least evil my old teacher said.
Bill Phillips: We are not really used to coalitions as our first past the post voting system usually leads to one party having a majority of seats even though it is very rare that one party actually gets over 50% of the votes...I think the last time was 1945! So in effect we actually have a government at the moment that comprises people who over 50% of people voted for, but we don't like it!
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 7 May 2012, 09:10
No, that has to be Boy David, he has blue hands!
Bill Phillips: What's the betting Nick has by the time of the next general election?
They are wearing gloves but tend to get about as much gardening work done as a block of wood.
Bill Phillips: Sounds about right Mary
This made me smile Bill smile

Have a good day!
Bill Phillips: Thanks Martin. we had a very good day and I suspect you will see a good deal ovf it over the next week or two!
This is what we would need here today Bill. Enjoy your outing!
Bill Phillips: We had a very enjoyable time and were lucky with the weather staying fine!
LOL. Very topical. Cheers, Dave.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Dave. just about sums up our politicians!
Something seems to have put smiles on the faces of this trio, Bill; I wonder what.

Hope you all have a great time at the meetup today!
Bill Phillips: If they are politicians then it must be power and money. We had a great time. Lots of laughs.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 7 May 2012, 14:01
Good, they (log figures) will probably talk more sense (than the gov., that is).
Bill Phillips: It would be difficult not to
Today was jogging along quite nicely, sadly we can't make it to Ironbridge, and then up pops this picture of the Clegg man, or his double, I will have to have a strong coffee to return me to my normal state.
Bill Phillips: Just think Brian, the alternative is the bunch of half wits who got us into this mess in the first place
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 7 May 2012, 14:49
How can you tell them apart? They all look the same to me. Perhaps they should start wearing colour coded gloves like your wooden men!
Bill Phillips: We now have three Conservative parties and none of them have a clue. I might vote green next time!
Just as wooden and unimaginative as any government smile Good shot Bill
Bill Phillips: Spot on John!
Nah - he's not tall enough - probably little Billy Hague smile
Bill Phillips: Perhaps it's Nick Lite!
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 7 May 2012, 23:12
The Wooden Tops! "For trees a jolly good fellow..." we'll seen, Bill

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