Monday, January 09, 2006


Restricted Poll Casts Doubt On Rivals' Prospects

A rather restricted poll in today's Daily Telegraph would have made rather worrying reading for two of John Hemming's rivals for the Liberal Democrat leadership.

As part of the myth being propagated by John's jealous rivals and disseminated by their conspirators in the mass media that there are only three contenders in this race, the poll asked Liberal Democrat voters which of Sir Menzies Campbell, Simon Hughes and Mark Oaten should be Charles Kennedy's successor.

The results would have been disappointing for all three men. 26% backed Campbell, 20% backed Hughes, and only a paltry 8% backed Oaten, with a further 47% saying 'don't know', clearly irked at being denied the opportunity to back the man who is the ideal candidate for the Liberal Democrat leadership, namely John Hemming.

These people should rest assured that they can voice their support for John by emailing, and thereby defy the continuing media blackout.

The poll also asked Liberal Democrat members who should succeed Charles Kennedy, and Hughes and Oaten could only muster 34% between them, making one thing absolutely clear - only John Hemming has the ability, popularity, credibility and gravitas to take the fight to Campbell and win.

John Hemming for Liberal Democrat leader - you know it makes sense!

The women of Britain, up and down the length and breadth of the land, are shuddering in anticipation of The Coming of John 'Brummie Sex God' Hemming. How will they ever resist his manly musk?
Bill Clinton has got nothing when compared to to the up- standing member from Yardley.
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Why not substitute this splendid Director's Cut profile:
Your site has persuaded me. John Hemming is exactly the man I would want to be leader of the Liberal Democrats.

Don't me a lemming - vote for Hemming!
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