For the sad truth is that the vote on May 6 will be the most meaningless poll in modern British political history.
In a country which takes great pride in its ‘democratic’ credentials, and which sees its divine mission as spreading ‘democracy’ across the globe, the British voter will be presented with a choice of three main parties advocating almost identical policies on the most important issues of the day.
You have it there, no difference except by degree. All the major parties are cooking from the same menu which is giving me indigestion. For the past 15 years there has been a powerful clique in Labour working to disengage the party from it’s socialist roots. Can it ever recover? I don’t know. But it’s present policies are nothing compared to what Labour should be coming out with.
Control of the nation’s infrastructure
Rebuilding our manufacturing base
An end to our foreign adventures
Building a representative Parliament
Increased public spending
Putting the blame for the financial crisis where it belongs
Tackling inequality and encouraging diversity
Repealing anti Trade Union laws
Rolling back Thatcherism and free reign capitalism
Plugging the tax loopholes that the rich enjoy
Drop those policies in my lap and you have my vote. Come to me with spin and fake tan and you know where to stick it.