I listened with resignation to two Morons Politicians as they danced on the heads of two pins while trying to tell us, the voters, what they would do for families in respect of married families allowances, tax credits, policies, Whatever! This discussion, or twin diatribe, was broadcast this morning on the BBC Today .
I honestly couldn’t decide which of the two, Labour’s Ed Balls, famous for ‘flipping his home three times to gain maximum leverage for theft from the taxpayer, or Tory David Willetts, equally infamous for claiming a total of £143,000 for ‘second home’ upkeep, as well as £100 for changing light bulbs; was the more pathetic.
Here we are, literally broke as a nation, with massive borrowing which must be repaid if we are to continue as a functioning unit; with a broken Government which is intent on spending and borrowing cash we don’t have, and they are arguing over who cares more for single parents, or widows, or people who haven’t got married!
These are the standard bearers of the two main Political parties which are asking us to either continue with Labour, or no-change with the Tories.
Based on the performance of Balls and Willetts, I’d rather go with the BNP. At least with Griffin’s mob, they have placed some policies worth arguing over, both on their website and in their publications. Nasty though their race policies may be, at least on other areas they sound as though they have an alternative, not just an Oxford Union debate where the opponents try and sneer each other out of the room.
So if not the BNP, where do we place our voting crosses? Wounded Labour, poseur Tory, pathetic Lib-Dem, or perhaps an Independent?