posted on Dec, 12 2019 @ 10:45 AM
a reply to: eletheia
A coalition, who will be in that coalition though your guess is as good as mine.
My best guess barring dirty work is conservatives marginally ahead of Labour, Green's shrinking while Labour takes some of there vote, Scots and
Welsh national party's surging ahead and the DUP stuck as to whether it may be more in there interests to bite the bullet and ditch the Tory's this
time around in favour of a coalition in which they can then negotiate among themselves for who they really want to run the nation.
I believe Johnson will not have all the light tonight though - as I say barring a rigged job.
The problem we have as an electorate is who can we trust, the only noteworthy and likable politician's in the lot being the leader of the green's
though some of there policy's would not work and the leader of the welsh nationalists though I personally do like the scot's lady even if I think
dividing the UK will be disastrous (from the scot's perspective though 4 more years of Conservative government would be very unpalatable so many of
them would opt out if it comes' to it rather than that).
Also personally I like Borris Johnson a tiny wee bit (But never as a politician let alone prime minister), I like Corbyn as a person MORE but not as
a prime minister (he is too weak and conscientious but those are both good and bad trait's in a leader so that's on balance I have some problems with
his choice of shadow cabinet as well) and think neither of them is cut out for the job BUT we shall have to see, Sturgeon would make a fine prime
minister (though all Scot's her own cabinet is damned fine in my opinion if not perfect and they consistently wiped the floor with the Tory's and
outsmarted them in debates even when Labour failed to match up) as would Mr Michael leader of Paid Cymru.
On Balance if Labour do what they say then I am happy with that but only if it work's?, if the Tory's are on power then more people on the street's
and there version of affordable housing is only for the middle class as they leave the poor do die in the ditch or be exploited on zero hours
contracts working too long while having to still go to food bank's just to survive.
My personal Ideal would be a coalition were if Mr Corbyn is prime minister he is then moderated by the leaders of the other party's in that
As for Brexit, I voted out but no longer give too hoot's about it, I just want to see an end to homelessness and poverty in our nation and the Tory's
are NOT offering anything on that and are lying about Brexit as it will not be done even if they win until at least 2021.
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