Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee election campaign is announced.

“ promises to be the most exciting contest for years - one where at least a dozen different outcomes are possible. But that's enough about Saturday's Grand National. What about the General Election?...”
“...the sad truth is that the vote on May 6 will be the most meaningless poll in modern British political history...”
“Despite the obvious failings of privatisation, nationalisation is still the great 'no no' for Britain's political elite - except of course when it comes to using taxpayers' money to bail out failing banks...”
“...To cover up the fact that on the key issues of the day they are singing from the same hymn sheet, we can confidently expect the election campaign to focus on perceived differences in character...”
The article can be read here.

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