Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Caption Competition


With the heady excitement building in the run-up to the launch of Darlington Tories' manifesto (sic) time for a picture taken from their website of their new dynamic Council leadership getting all pointy in the town centre.

The judging panel will be made up of John Bull, Julian Clary and the late Benjamin Disraeli. No prizes I'm afraid - just the warm glow of satisfaction for the winner.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Younger blood Tory leadership try to prevent Pedestrian Heart from sliding downhill into the Skerne.

or

Conservatives reveal plans for town centre with a leaning tower to rival Pisa.

Anonymous said...

Cllr Wallis

I believe your behaviour to be apauling, you are suppose to be a cabinet member a key figure in our Town Council. You are every reason why people should never vote Labour again, you are arrogant and think you are so clever, we will see who is laughing in May.

If you hate the Tories so much why mention them so much on your sick (this is about me) blog site.

You are the weakest Link Good-bye

Darlington Councillor said...

Don't like it up'em, the Tories, do they?

Anonymous said...

I don't really think members of any of the major parties, at any level, can take the moral high ground as far as the level of maturity of debate is concerned.

Remember Blair's 'evil eyes'? People dressed as Mr Spock following John Redmond around? Dave the Chameleon? The feedback section of the Darlington Futures website and the Town Liar forums aren't above a bit of name calling or mud slinging.

Party politics always seems to descend to this level, both inter-party and intra-party. I believe it's one of the reasons for low voter turnout at elections.

Mark Burton said...

Conservatives eagerly line up to point out how grand Darlington Town centre is already, even though it’s not quite finished.

Or

Conservatives reach out to shake hands in the hope that someone might be interested.

Or

Darlington’s Conservative leader asks directions as she had never been to that part of town before... so that’s left then right?

Or

May I have this dance?

Mike Barker said...

"That health food shop with the best freshly made soup in Darlington must be around here somewhere".
But since the sign towards which Charles is clearly pointing says "Road Closed", I suggest "New Tory leadership hits the buffers" or "New Tory leadership on the road to nowhere".

Anonymous said...

You put your right hand out, your left hand out and you shake them all about.

You do the Tory Hokey Cokey and you turn around. that's what it's all about.

Anonymous said...

CLOSED ROAD AND CLOSED MINDS?

Anonymous said...

Confused Tories unsure about where they can and can't ride bikes in the town centre

http://bikedarlington.blogspot.com/2007/01/can-i-ride-my-bike-in-pedestrian-heart.html

;)

Anonymous said...

Dance in the old fasioned way.