Monday, 5 July 2010


For a General election candidate to arrive, as a name on the ballot paper, by far the majority of them have to be PRE-SELECTED (from the mass of the people) by virtue of ambition and tractability to the party system (whipping and fawning) under the Westminster ethos. In short - they are an ODD LOT with little in common with the common people.

Against this enduring reality, no tinkering with the voting rules will improve the self-serving governance of Westminster. Once again, as with the supposed 'clean up' after the allowances revelations, we are being thrown a distraction to chew on, impotently.

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