posted on Apr, 28 2006 @ 02:31 AM
They have the most appealing policies, and up until Charles Kennedy was "offed" I thought the whole 'Outfit' looked ready to start playing in the
"big boy's Yard". But now, the press, public and the party itself has ensured it took a step back and will once again be the noisy onlooker in the
I think Liberal1984's post was excellent, and I completely agree with it. I too still care about the Lib Dems, sadly I don't see any way of changing
their situatuation, while the two party "rotating dictatorship" is still being pushed in equal measures by equally influencial media outlets.
Don't vote Labour or Conservative in the upcoming local elections! Show the government that we won't be goaded into voting by propoganda (Dave the
Chameleon? Kettles? Pots? Black?) or by party controlled media. Who am I kidding, it's Labour again, isn't it? Well, one day things could
change.....but I'm not sure if it'll be the Liberal Democrats who break the chain.
[edit on 28-4-2006 by chebob]