RE: [spintcom] Re: Question regarding Party Rule
- Just to add to Dougie's comments - many thanks to those who responded to our
question, we found it very helpful, a good example of instant democracy in
action. In the end we decided that we'd be contravening Rule 5 for what was
in any case a somewhat unclear objective. However we are not downcast, for
we have a New Plan. Can we ask Party speakers to consider this - not just a
talk in Lancaster, as Dougie put it, but something more. A talk on a subject
deliberately aimed at a single-issue lobby, with which the speaker will be
familiar, and for whose predicted views, criticisms and attacks the speaker
will be prepared. The entire series carries the theme "The Next Hundred
Years" and each meeting will be subtitled according to the night's topic.
What we aim to do is lure the lobbies in one by one by pitching the subject
directly at them, but at the same time force them off their own short-term
agenda (on which they will all be experts) onto a broad historical agenda
(the next 100 years) on which they will be all at sea and clueless. That's
the theory, and we'd like to tie it all in with the Party Centenary too. How
about it comrades, anyone fancy a trip next year between January and June
2004? If so, please state:
a) Chosen subject area
b) Preferred month
c) Willingness to bite heads off live chickens to annoy liberals
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