Sunday, November 22, 2009

Parliament Could Be Hung

I don't believe in the death penalty normally, but could accept it being brought back before the next election so we could have a proper hung parliament, then get rid again. Don't worry I'm only kidding, I think.

No, I've said for a long time that we are heading for a hung parliament after the next election and, according to an Ipsos Mori poll in today's Sunday Telegraph, I could be right. Cameron's poll lead is plumetting so as I've said before to so many complacent Tories, don't get too excited, there's time for them to blow it.

Personally I can't tell the difference between Labour and New Tory, except that Cameron is more like Blair than is Brown, so there will be little change if the Tories win. The prospect of Nick Clegg's snivelling Lib Dems gaining from a hung parliament fills me with dread, you can't trust that bunch of political prostitutes to do the right thing.

The Libertarian Party offers a real alternative if you value freedom and liberty.


John said...

Hasn't the time come for all the smaller parties who work on the basis of policies to join together in a single message: Tory, Labour and Lib Dem, I will not vote for them again!

Gregg's Blog said...

I agree John.

A united message that there are alternatives to the big three could be extremely powerful.

People need to start voting for what they actually believe in rather than voting for the lesser of two (or three) evils. We only have a rotating dictatorship because that is what people vote for.

Gregg's Blog said...

By the way, looking forward to having a read of your blog.