'Silly' leads a paltry apology for a once ruling party, that consumed itself in corruption, then was destroyed as someone's personal groupie party, and now is headed by 'Silly' who has forgotten a cardinal rule of democratic politics - even in the sham of democracy we have; party leaders are always subject to internal elections. Sooner, oir later in our party election history, they will have to face re-election. Will Labour voters be silly enough to re-elect this vacuous disappointing 'Silly' Yachimovich?
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from the article: The flip-flopping ways of Shelly Yachimovich