Thursday, May 06, 2010


Since it doesn't come round very often, just a quickie post about the general election.

Yes, I've voted. No, I don't think any of the candidates or parties represent all my beliefs or wishes - you just have to choose the one that you think will make the least mistakes, because guaranteed, mistakes will be made. Big ones.

I will be glad when it's all over, hung parliament or not - no more spam/propaganda through the post (none of which I read, although I did look at the BNP leaflet only to see what they had to say. And no, I didn't vote for them!)

May the err, best party win!

EDIT - Hung parliament - but who will get into 'bed' with whom?


  1. Most of the party leaflets seem to say much the same thing. The only one I read intrigued was the Workers' Revolutionary Party one. The photo of their candidate was a real Citizen Smith character and it was so passionate and amusing.

    I shall stay up and watch tonight but yeah I;ll be glad when it is over and done with too.

  2. I couldn't vote as the postal system's crap.

    But I still can't bring myself to vote for a party that has 15% "good" and 85% "bad" which is about as good a mix as I managed. I couldn't even consider a protest vote or tactical vote as the BNP aren't standing where I'd have voted.

    I just don't believe *any* of them are capable of making any notable difference to the country. At all.