Saturday, 11 September 2010

Owen Meredith declares for Howlett.



Former NME member, Keele University Chairman and Staffordshire Area Chairman, Owen Meredith, has just encouraged CF members to vote for Ben Howlett on Twitter.

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not really a surprise, he was supporting Ben from the very start.

Anonymous said...

With people like Meridith behind him, it only plays into his rival's hands. The perception has always been that Ben won't change a thing, frankly that's excatly what Meridith stands for. He did less than nothing on the exec.

Anonymous said...

he'sa twat so why should we listen to him. thought he was welsh anyway?

Anonymous said...

the king of glory seeker's - this kid switche's sides to whatever is best for him like a game of ping pong. not to be trusted at all this announcement doesn't count

Anonymous said...

Wow, good to see Owen's stock is high around here.

Anonymous said...

Always found him a real weirdo.

Anonymous said...

good to see owen's finally come out, for howlett

BadGrammarAlert said...

@anon 8.10

"the king of glory seeker's - this kid switche's sides"

Bad use of the apostrophe, and I know who else has an appauling use of the apostrophe, Simon Cav Jones

Anonymous said...

Yes "Grammar", we are find it rather amusing that you run around the internet accusing Simon of various things. Clearly your a massive weirdo.

Anonymous said...

Well said that Man/Woman above! Team Howletts treatment of Simon has been appalling. Their rabid paranoia is incredible, anybody who says anything negative / not positive they decide to accuse Simon. Are they really so backward? Have they not realised he has dropped out the race? Their obsession with him is frankly scary.

Anonymous said...

CF really is full of mentalists.

Anonymous said...

Correction Team Howlett are mentalists.

Andrew Martin said...

Above we see exactly what is wrong with CF, a former CF exec member / Howlett mate comes out with the most obvious announcement imaginable. This in itself does deserve some gentle mockery/Banter, but in the sprit of things. A couple of Comments above over step that mark.

Then some person from the Howlett camp (And it's obvious as you post on numerous boards, including ones that show your IP, smart) come along and make some irrational statement accusing somebody of something that has about as much evidence to support it as the Tooth Fairy. And we wonder why the main party does not trust CF with anything important?

Frankly it's time for CF to grow up, I had hoped for a sensible Chairman this time around. Somebody like Rock, who despite having a hard time was always the peace maker and statesman of CF. But it seems to be a two horse race between Cox and Howlett. Cox I have reservations about, his record is not great and he comes with baggage. Howlett on the other hand seems to throw a lot of toys from his pram and sling allegations around. From what I can tell he also has an unremarkable track record. For me as an average CF member it's not easy, frankly I would tick to re-open nominations if I could. But I will (If I bother voting) vote for Craig Cox, simply because I don't think CF can afford Ben Howlett. The man at the top needs to be able to let a lot go, Ben can't do that. It does also appear from what I have read that he has bullied Simon Cavalier-Jones and members of his team, we can not allow that culture to return within CF. Whilst I have little faith in Cox to achieve anything, I don't think CF can afford a Howlett Chairmanship.

Peter Very-Smallbrains said...

I shall now write some stupid comment here, basically saying what a load of rubbish this is and then smearing somebody else, who I have no evidence to suggest was involved. I shall then pretend it was not me by posting under a "assumed name" and thinking nobody realises. This is a really great master strategy.

Friend Kits said...

I shall now do the same as Comrade Very-Smallbrains

Alexandra Pidgin said...

I shall now follow my Socialist Worker, sorry, I mean Tory friends. I shall bring some bile along, smear a little, claim its all true and then maybe find a spelling mistake somewhere to correct.

Yoda said...

Pidgin GOOD fake name! like very much I do

Alexandra Pidgin said...

Thanks Yoda! Would you care to come and pretend to be a Sloane with me some time? Basically all you have to do is pretend to be seriously posh, when your not. You have to post things on twitter about middle class angst etc, pretend you wear nothing by Jimmy Choo when the closest you get in Primark? Would you like to join me?

Owen Meredith said...

Just for clairty, I wasn't supporting Ben before this. If you follow my twitter you will see I called for a third candidate before nominations closed.

Sadly,that third candidate failed to submit a manifesto or give me any reason to vote for him. Now, while Howlett is far from perfect for the job, in the choice between him and Cox I made my mind up who was the safer pair of hands and the right man for CF at this time.

Anonymous said...

Owen, just looking through your twitter (back to the start of Aug) can so no reference of supporting another candidate? Could you clarify.

Anonymous said...

I can't see anything either! Don't tell me Owen made that bit up?

Anonymous said...

They should both come out for each other.

Anonymous said...

Yep, no mention of another Candidate? Would Mr Meridith care to shed some light?

Anonymous said...

Good to see team Howlett being as honest as they normally are.

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