Poor old Gordon.
Poor old Gordon.
Think Gordon has done fine to be honest, he is the only one that has a record to defend but he has far from been humiliated.
Haha, I haven't actually watched. But pleased that it sounds like he has done ok.
Right over to BBC do not want to have to endure ITV 'analysis.'
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I wouldn't trust Dave to do a lot of things to be honest, nor Clegg.
I didn't particularly like Labour telling us about everything they were going to do, particularly with relevance to the House of Lords and parliamentary reform. It struck as rather empty given the inaction of the last 13 years.
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I can't really be bothered arguing about politics, it always seems to be one of those things that ends up just being a circular argument full of bull**** flying about. That and I know nearly enough about the economics at the heart of it. All I'm saying is that I'd rather have Brown running the economy than Dave.
Clegg was the clear winner for me. Cameron was far too simplistic whereas he has a lot of very interesting policies, and Clegg really drove home the point that he has numbers worked out for his policies, he is separate from the expenses scandal because no Lib Dems were found to be abusing the system and the common sense approaches of not renewing trident and having a £10,000 income tax threshold.
Really was a tough job for Brown to put up with so much criticism and the cries of 'why not in the last 13 years, why change now?' (though it is a good point, it is clear that it was difficult to push through so much change when the party do not support you and the public do not either) but I do not think that he, nor any of the others, embarassed themselves. It was thoroughly professional all round, except for the ending, of course.
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