Sunday, January 24, 2010

Ex and younger councillors





























15 comments:

I hope not said...

I will

Anonymous said...

Who's the one in love with himself at the top?

Convict 49 said...

Put that one on with you in the arrowed suit.

Anonymous said...

The one at the top is Micheal Winterbottom

Anonymous said...

Why have you got a picture of Mrs. Interbottom at the top of your blog Mr. Taylor? Is it because you fancy him?

tonydj said...

The next to the last is Cllr Terry Kenyon, ex-Audenshaw and St Peters. If I recall a man of principle who was deselected over his support for the wrong faction in an internal dispute. I think he supported disabled-rights campaigner and Audenshaw Cllr Sister Brenda Hilditch.

John Charles Taylor said...

News articles and letters already in Advertiser over the last two weeks many favourable and appreciative of the hard work done by out staff to keep road open for vital services, all party's agreed they did a good job just the odd moaners like we always get.

Labour Out. said...

You should've gone to Specsavers as you've got the worst case of selective vision I've ever seen.
Four weeks of empty grit bins and untouched side roads and pavements = an abysmal performance.

John Charles Taylor said...

A and B road made the priority grit bins filled many times most of it stolen by resident for their own drive ways, no major problems and nobody left on their own during the crisis because of the team efforts of this excellent council.
Record amounts of grit used and round the clock working by our staff, like I said just the odd usual moaners remember the gold bricks.

Anonymous said...

someone phoned me during the snow to ask if I was OK and if I wanted any help which I thought was very good as it showed someone was thinking of us oldies Many thanks

Labour Out. said...

That phone call cost peanuts, it's called propaganda. Gritting or clearing the pavements near you would have cost a lot more.
Guess why they chose the former.

Anonymous said...

I dont care whether it was propaganda or not it was much appreciated and I am sure there are many people were very thankful that someone cared enough to check on people who were unable to help themselves, Once again many thanks

Lowest common denominator said...

'I don't care if it was propaganda or not...'.
You're the sort of braindead mug they love. Keep voting Labour.

Anonymous said...

Ive never voted for Labour at any time during my life I just thought it was a nice gesture to contact vunerable people during the cold spell

Lowest common denominator said...

Nice, but cheap. Mind you they are totally bust.

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