Saturday, November 23, 2013

I am puzzled why Labour are making such a big deal over Lynton Crosby.

The name hardly registers among the electorate.  Ask most people who Lynton Crosby is and they cannot tell you.  Ask politicos what image comes into their mind when you mention the name Lynton Crosby and they usually draw a blank.

The guy is not prominent enough for the voters to get bothered about him.

For Labour's "crosbyisation" strategy to work they have to make him a tangible figure in the minds of ordinary people.  And I can't see them doing it.  He's too boring (I mean that in a positive way) for people to get worked up about.

But if Labour want to squander the remaining eighteen months going down a cul-de-sac who am I to complain.

From Nick Sutton:

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