king of the slums wrote:If they sort out - the general creepiness Labour have brought into politics and anything associated with holding high office, low office, the office to make sure the offices are officiating in the correctly prescribed manner, the colourless and soulless small towns that various PLCs have taken over (is this the start? no, this should be the fucking end!), ditto PLC's doing the same with institutions, CCTV, roads that no one wants, the fact kids can't speak English never mind another language, the continuing disgrace that is A&E on Friday or Saturday night, gun and knife crime, kids wanting a good old slap... I never did get why some people woop it up about their own politics till they bore the piss out of you. Whereas the majority of us, and me included, hide their politics like it's a dirty secret. What's that all about? So let's have it, who's really going to vote Tory?
I'm not wooping it up, I'm calling it as I see it. I wanted to listen tot he Tories, I was preparedt oa nd this is saying something froma man brought up in mining country and now due to boundary change is looking at having a Tory MP for the first time every. They have continually failed to impress me and I don't think he has enough to win. People forget that he needs to win an additional 113 seats for any kind of majority, Thatcher only won an additional 79 in 79.My mind is made up, I'm voting Labour, I simple don't trust the tories. Leser of two evils maybe but when the Tories talk of the worst recession since the 30's I don't see people stealing sheep from the moors to eat and I see a lot of Nintendo DS's in kids hands. I think it was worse in the 80's.Brown for all his faults has been praised around the world for his handling of the recession and I don't give a fuck if he shout at employees. I'm glad he is sufficiently revved up to shout.