Thursday, 16 September 2010

Vote Howlett for Conservative Future National Chairman.

In our FOURTH major announcement, tBg is today urging CF members to vote Ben Howlett to become Conservative Future National Chairman. Ben has displayed the likeable personality and stardom characteristics that are needed to take CF in a fresh and dynamic direction.

tBg could go on forever why Ben is the best candidate, he however will not.

Ben has shown he is ready to lead and take everybody with him. Ben believes in Modern Britain, Our Party and Its members. He has shown this by travelling vast swathes of this great nation meeting CF members up and down the country.

Ben will, and has shown he can mobilise CF up and down the country to campaign against Coalition plans for Aspiration Tax and AV. He also has great ideas on Campaigning, School Campaigns and Branch Development. These are all the big issues tBg believes Conservative Future has to engage in over the next year.

The worst thing that could happen to CF on September 27th would be a Craig Cox victory. It would be a year of bad headlines and all of our hard-work being dragged through the mud. Cox only has himself to blame for this, when hitting national headlines holding up a "Bring Back Slavery" sign, and the witch hunt that has ensued since.

tBg would consider it an abomination if Cox were elected. Have your own opinion on Cox and why someone would do what he done. The bottom line is, CF doesn't need any of that baggage.

Ben Howlett has some quite frankly nasty enemies whom have tried to smear him over the past couple of months with viral impersonations and cries of supporting racism. These people now support the only candidate to have been caught in a race row. They should obviously not be listened to. However loud they shout, they should be ignored and members should vote for decency, honesty, fresh ideas, vibrant energy, hard-work, dynamism, and a leader that truly believes we are all equal.

We must not let our fellow members down, Vote Howlett.

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Anonymous said...

Notice that graduate tax and campaigning against AV were both central to the Cox campaign which Ben had to adopt. This shows Howlett up to be as innovative as a damp rag, not what you want from a new chairman, who should be bringing new ideas and direction.

Craig's mistake is always mentioned in passing, and the full facts are never laid out for everyone to see.

Fact - The Incident took place during what can best be described as a 'NUS awkward situations seminar' training delegates how to deal with challenging situations during their term in office.

Fact - Delegates were encouraged to come up with awkward situations which you may experience, and were then encouraged to hold up placards.

Fact - Craig did not write the placard.

Fact - Craig did not read said placard before it was held up.

Fact - Craig was cleared by the University and Students Union of any wrong doing during the incident by a resounding majority.

Fact - The person that actually wrote the sign lost their job.

Fact - Craig apologised unreservedly for his mistake.

Doesn't really sound like he did a lot wrong. Everyone makes mistakes, and if we are honest Howletts press history is hardly clean.

Anonymous said...

"members should vote for decency, honesty, fresh ideas, vibrant energy, hard-work, dynamism, and a leader that truly believes we are all equal." On that basis how can you support Howlett? The irony prize goes to TBG.

Anonymous said...

The only allegation of Racism was one manufactured by Howlett and never promoted or spread by anybody else. It was a cynical attempt to gain sympathy and create a smoke screen for his behaviour one that suckers like you fell for.

Although perhaps you should ask Ben, about his "anti-Semitic" "Joke" that he apologised for. Clean campaign that.

Anonymous said...

Why do members need you ill informed views on this subject? Frankly he is the worst person I have ever seen in a CF race.

Andrew Baxter said...

Really not a surprise, you only tend to run negatives on others apart from Howlett, so that kind of gave it away. Did you re-establish this blog just to support Ben?

Anonymous said...

Fact- His ideas are full of platitudes.
Fact- He has never delivered in any role.
Fact- He attacks CF members for expressing views.
Fact- He has no proven competence.
Fact- He is certainly not the brightest man.

Anonymous said...

Ha, at it already, there you go tBg was right.

tBg is citing media profiles. Cox falls apart on this, its true.

Anonymous said...

Just because people don't like Ben, but care for CF is nothing bad. Of course people will comment.

In terms of media profiles it's basically an old news story, what about Ben's Mirror, MEN and various other esteemed news outlets! Umm shinning Media profile.

Anonymous said...

It amazes me your attacking Howletts critics, cause and effect is all I will say.

Anonymous said...

I heard he is going to spend the whole CF budget, on buying his very own popemobile. He will drive down the streets of the UK, waving lots.

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