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  • Barry George 26th Dec '10 - 12:05am

    Merry Christmas to everyone who contributes and/or reads LDV

    It has been a very successful year for this site, if not so much for the party.

    Although many of the articles leave me fuming, I appreciate all the hard work that goes in to LDV and the difficulties of coping with an apparently huge increase in readership (and dissenting voices) since the coalition was formed.

    I think everyone has played a part in the success of the site.

    The site owners, the article contributors, the angry Liberal voters (sorry , Labour trolls 😉 ) , and those very few souls who are brave enough to come out from the echo chamber of the members forum and actually face the angry mob that awaits them out here in the real world.

    I wish everyone well for 2011 and hope (and pray) that next year brings us more converts to the cause of preventing the impending and self created oblivion of the party.

    But a special wish of good will to all the coalition apologists that continue to be dazzled by the bright lights of pseudo power. Christmas is a time to give thanks.

    So thank you LDV.

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