Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Try me free

OK so I haven't just been dreaming of sausages for the past two weeks.

I took a few days off to visit my friends in Linconshire and... I tremble in anticipation at the outrage that will come from my Lib Dem readers, I have been having a chat with Mr Anderson about how best I can continue my contribution to Liverpool's political scene.

Our city's new glorious leader has announced that he plans to create several new "champion" roles for the city, and he approached me to ask if I would be willing to take on the role of Liverpool's Canine Champion.

Of course, there is a string attached. I am expected to join the Labour party. But luckily Joe has offered me Labour's much trumpeted 6 month free trial membership.

Part of me feels disloyal to my readers in the Lib Dems, but from a blogging point of view it will be interesting to be able to offer an insight into the inner workings of the other team, and I hope my old readers will stick with me.

Please don't be too cross with me.

Lots of love and licks,

P.S. I still don't know how Sally will react to this news, but we could end up with a blog that genuinely represents both sides of the political divide.


Louise said...

I know we have had our differences, but welcome on board Dude

A real scouse boy said...

Sell out!

Joe said...

Anyone else who wants to give Labour membership a free trial, just let Dude know.

Milibland said...

This is pathetic! Joe Anderson promised me a high profile defection in Liverpool - is this the best he can do?

Time for a purge methinks.

Anonymous said...

Word has reached Labour that Sally is Berni Turner, there's a turn-up for the books! Who would have thought it? That such vitriol could come from so pretty a mouth.

Dude the Dog said...

Well anonymous, you heard wrong didn't you!

ExecutiveHouseToRent£1kPerMonth said...

Ive heard dude was forced to switched sides, as his regular supplier of 'sausages' Mr Moffatt, has lost his sausage shop?
A dogs got to do what a dogs got to do!
Dudes okay, but what about the butcher?
Whatever he may do next, I wish him all the luck of the Irish.