Friday, 13 August 2010

Silence Cavalier-Jones.


As the 2nd week of August draws to a close the ‘Silence’ from a certain Campaign is rather staggering.

Having been promised a launch in the 1st week of August, tBg has asked Simon and has been contacted by concerned senior CF members to express their concerns at the complete lack of action.

A senior London source commented: "It was made very public that a certain Chairman campaign would go live in the 1st week of August. We are now almost into the third week and we have heard nothing. Surely if they want to be taken seriously you have to stick to your promises, this sort of wishy washy campaigning reminds me of the Liberal Democrats."

A further source in Yorkshire commented: "Certain candidates seem to believe they have Yorkshire in the bag! Have they spoken to anyone here? Other than a small group on the Regional Executive a lot of people are concerned at the complete lack of policy being offered. How on earth can you be taken seriously if you are going to run such a short campaign?"

Interesting development as nominations open in less than 72 hours…

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why don't you change the name of your blog to the blue Howlett blog? It might be less misleading to readers.

Anonymous said...

What's your problem?

James Deighton said...

Once again I feel I must correct a few misstatements concerning Yorkshire CF that has appeared in yet another blog. Clearly the decision of the Regional Exec to endorse Simon Cavalier-Jones a couple of months ago has rattled a few people from rival campaigns!

Simon does not take anyone’s votes for granted and is under no illusion that everyone in Yorkshire will vote for him just because the Regional Exec are backing him.

He has been to Yorkshire twice in the last month and will be doing so again this month to meet with as many CF members from all parts of the region as he can. These events have all been advertised by the exec using our regions facebook group.

Just because Simon chooses not to issue endless press releases about where he has been and who he has met does not mean he is not doing anything. As for the website all I can say is “good things come to those who wait.”

SABB said...

Silent? He's been anything but silent. Have you seen the comments section on this site

Anonymous said...

The pro-Howlett editorial bias around here is getting silly. Was the "senior London source" one A. Swann, perchance?

theBlueGuerilla. said...

No. Fact.

Anonymous said...

So your after an attack post on Simon now? Why? Anybody who know's anything about CF or follows his twitter account know's what he is doing!

Nick Hay said...

Why don't you move your blog to a new url? maybe benhowlett.com/news could be more appropriate.

Anonymous said...

Wow, this blog is better for Howlett than his own website. Glad you don't claim to be impartial.

theBlueGuerilla. said...

Good to see the Simons C-J spin machine is still working though!

Nick Hay said...

Nothing but an observation. Perhaps you should have a look through what you write.

Anonymous said...

My God, Ben Howlett is to you, what Tony Blair is to Michael White, except at least Blair had some discernible talent.

SABB said...

Look how quickly Tbg is singled out for attack when it criticises SCJ..... And the story is correct, the output from SCJ so far has been piss poor

Anonymous said...

Notice how whenever iSimon is attacked his campaign team rush to his rescue with over the top reactions and more knifing of Ben!

A man who is presenting policy later than I can ever remember in CF elections , mislead CF as to when he will launch and is really out of touch with all things CF.

Those are facts not made up smears that have done the rounds about the other two!

VOTE CRAIG OR BEN!! this guy is a Micheal Rock wanna be! The only difference is we don't want him!

Anonymous said...

Notice how quickly Ben's trolls come out to have a pop at Simon, it amazes me.

Anonymous said...

God Team Howlett really need to get over themselves.

Anonymous said...

It's as if team Howlett and TBG have nothing better to do.

Mike Smith said...

TBG, as a loyal reader I must say, what's the point in this story? If this guy want's to run his campaign how he want's then let him. The ballot box decides and you seem to be running this to damage him, which is not really fair blogging.

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