blobbyh wrote: »
I too like Boris Johnson and believe the buffoon act is just for public show. Behind the scenes, I magine him to be a fiercely intelligent person. I also like David Cameron and reckon he's the best PM in years though it's doubtful whether he'll be re-elected due to so many ignorant people blaming the current government's woes rather than the previous government's recklessness. I believe Cameron does sincerely care but knows he can't please everyone.
Nick Clegg: a total fence-sitter and limp as Hell. How he ever became an MP, God only knows.
Vince Cable: even worse than Clegg, a total waste of space as an MP. Quick to criticise others while offering no solutions of his own.
Ed Miliband: he's pathetic quite frankly. Conveniently ignores everything his own party did when last in government and just opposes everything Cameron says because he feels he has to rather than whether it's in the wider interest or not. However on the plus side, with him as Shadow PM, he does offer one good reason why Cameron might stay in at the next election.
James Patterson wrote: »
coojee - Although i do agree with you, the majority of the public aren't exactly qualified to vote and that includes myself. Politics has to be one of those topics which people pretend to know about but are actually clueless, and unfortunately equality is the reason the best choice isn't always elected.