Thursday, 16 April 2015

The 3rd Way

I'm not a dyed-in-the-wool Tory, nor a dyed-in-the-wool Socialist - I'm slightly to the left of centre with occasional leanings to the right. However, I'm certainly not a fan of Red Ed, nor particularly Dave the Toff.

If the choice for a coalition side kick is UKIP, Green or LibDem, then it's the LibDems for me. They at least are somewhere in the middle, rather than at the ends of the political spectrum. Plus Steve Webb has been a fantastic representative (not that you'll be even vaguely interested in my voting intentions, but I thought I'd ram my worthless opinions down your throat anyway).

I spotted the Tory candidate canvassing in town the other day. He looked no more that 18.

Same goes for the Labour child.

Now age should not be a barrier, but surely some experience of life (and at least a mortgage) should be an essential qualification?


A Heron's View said...

I concur your comments with the additional 'That when we were young we thought we knew ......'
and now aged we know that we did not.

Chairman Bill said...

I somehow think the biggies have put no-hopers up against Steve Webb, as he's been the incumbent for donkey's years. That said, they're predicting a West Country slaying of the LidDems.