Thursday, 22 May 2008

A different Dunwoody: AM to PPC

Working class, ready for a class war, and proud.

Clearly some have been watching a very different Dunwoody to me. The only Dunwoody I've seen, is a desperate to win at-any-cost, brittle, playing on stereotypes, unimpressive, spinning, own-career wrecking, cold, and quite possibly misguided by someone/something greater than herself.

Even if you overlook the convenient name change from 'Moyra Tamsin Dunwoody-Kneafsey' to 'Tamsin Dunwoody' and her recent pretentious behaviour, this woman is certainly not her mother's daughter - one chip off the old block does not make a block.

Certain qualities have a habit of skipping a generation, and people get found out when they try to re-write their history.

5 comments:

Simon 22 May 2008 at 23:58  

The way she has handled this campaign is outrageous. One can only assume that the Labour party machine is to blame.

Bentley worker 23 May 2008 at 08:46  

I suppose after last night's performance it's back to the Pembrokeshire council house and the anxious wait for the weekly benefit giro for class warrior Tamsin.

Anonymous 26 May 2008 at 12:03  

she was dire in the assembly, crewe made a wise decision there.
god ihope labour learn and bin the woman.

Valleys Mam 26 May 2008 at 12:10  

Why did they chose her in the first place,dont they take up references?
First of all she isn't media friendly, she is not honest, she is not competent as a politician, look at her time in Cardiff bay.
What did she do before
Candidates should not be given easy wins because of who they are not what they are, maybe this will be a warning

Anonymous 26 May 2008 at 22:20  

Tamsin and Labour went on about people's background giving them an unfair advantage and then Tamsin gets to fight the seat ... because of who her mother was.

Don't want her back in Wales. She showed no interest in the Welsh language or culture. Wales and the Assembly were just a stepping stone for her.

Labour are finished. They ditched Old Labour, New Labour is a bag of contradictions. The Tories will win the next UK election and I can't see them losing it for a decade at least. Maybe it's time for the Brit Nats in Welsh Labour to start campaiging for more power to the Assembly rather than playing games in Westminster.

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