for anyone that missed it last night. well done nick clegg
16. April 2010
Kele is a Lib Dem?
Christ, they all seem like actors, and what’s with the “who wants to be a millionaire” theme? Although, I do enjoy how each person had these intricate ideas, often complete opposites of each other. Makes one feel like they actually have a diverse choice and can truly shape their government into what they want. I’ve just sort of accepted in the United States that the only change we can really do to our government is how much money we spend. Honestly, our two major political parties are basically a choice between a guy who’ll (vaguely) spend a lot of our taxes and tends to respect equality in human beings, and then we have a guy who won’t spend a lot of money, but tends to be a religiously over zealous prick. That being said, I’m a registered democrat, and Obama has been pretty kick ass so far, but it’s hit and miss if the democrat you’re voting for really knows what he’s doing when he wants to spend all your taxes… man, this debate feels creepily like a game show. haha.
nick clegg was actually really great in this debate… i just respect in straight-forwardness: he tells it how it is with no bullshit politics. either way cameron came out of this looking like a bit of a plonker… and everyone’s tired of browns shit. i didnt think i’d hear myself sayin this but.. GO LIB DEMS!!!!
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