Thursday, 31 December 2009

Big year ahead for Rickster

With a general election to take place in 2010, it's a big year for club development officer Rick Everitt. He will be standing in the Labour interest in the Old Bexley and Sidcup seat at one time held by Gooner Ted Heath. (At least I think he will: I have just got a general election guide which has n/a against the name of the Labour candidate for the seat).

In the interests of fairness, the other candidates are:

Sainsbury, Nigel Norbert (Dave Cameron's Conservatives, Team of the Eighties)
Hurst, Nigella Selena (Orange Loving Liberal Democrat)
Toolman, Lionel Daniel (UKIP)


Anonymous said...

Yes he is standing I have already had a leaflet through my door

Anonymous said...

Not that big a year really, given that seat has been Conservative forever. Even in 2001 the majority was over 3000.

Wyn Grant said...

Of course the posting was ever so slightly tongue in cheek. However, many political careers start on the basis of how well a candidate does in a seat that is not winnable.

Ken Jennings said...

Maybe he could lay on some coaches to get supporters to the Polls..?

Dave said...

It's a test election for Rick but he's on home territory here and will succeed even in losing the vote. Rick has impeccable integrity and will be back to fight on better terms in the future. Just sorry I can't vote for him.