posted on May, 12 2010 @ 08:18 AM
Maybe, between all of the sniping and condescension aimed at the ConLibDem coalition, we could ask the question, "Do we want this to fail?"
If the immediate answer is "Yes" then ask yourself, "Why?" For the sake of party politics? What if the ConLibDem actually proves to be good for
this country? What if it actually gives us a better society and paves the way for future cross-party parliamentary and government representation?
Surely it is just partisan party politics that wants this coalition to fail?
I don't give a crap whether the government is Blue, Red or a hint of Peach, I just wanted our country to be a place where we want to live
rather than a place where we have to live.
I am willing to give a chance to the new government, let them prove what they can do. The severe cuts being suggested are not a brand of party policy
but a necessity - there is no argument about this. The public sector deficit must be cut.
I am more interested in how they can steer society away from the 'nanny' mentality so that we can all become responsible individuals again -
individuals who work together to bring the best of our country to the fore.
The change in government may be a template for the change in society! I want this to succeed, not for the Tories, not for the LibDems, not to keep
Labour down, but to put the Great back before Britain!