25 September 2010
We have never met but you seem to know me, perhaps by way of our mutual acquaintance, Mr Cameroon, who used to write to me every week, but has now lost interest in writing to me, or what I have to say to him.
Ed Miliband seems like a nice man, and you know, I think he really wants to be taken seriously.
I like his apparent determination to deal with the bankers, after Brown and Co gave them far too much slack at a time when the Conservatives say they were firmly in favour of not regulating the banks.
I think that is how it happened. I could be wrong. No, I am wrong.
Perhaps you can clear that up for me.
Anyway we now have Ed Millaband to check and balance what the Coalition might do to rebalance the books.
Obviously you would not dare make the poor pay for the mistakes of the bankers, because Mr Maceroon has had another baby and that has made all conservatives cuddly and very cross about what the bankers have done and how they are expected to pay for their babies, without actually paying for their babies, because babies are really expensive these days.
We don’t want socialism, we just want affordable babies, because after all, there is no profit in having a baby. Babies do not make money until they are really grown up. They are not meant to make money, they are like works of art. OK, I am thinking aloud, but maybe we should have an arts council grant for having a baby.
Sayeeda, do we have any plans to abolish the arts Council? If so, please think again.
I will certainly do my best to spread the word about the hippos. Nice to hear from them once again.
Your very best new friend,