Tuesday, 4 May 2010
There are only two more days until Independent's Day
All of the major political parties talk about 'change.'
How do my readers believe that true 'change' can be brought about in our splendid South East Cambridgeshire?
By retaining the fence-sitting and party-line-toeing Tory? You must be joking.
By voting Labour now that the candidate is effectively out of the fight? You must be joking.
By going with the Liberal Democrats who have shown locally that they couldn't run a beer-up in a brewery? Under their control, Cambridge City Council 'invested' £9 millions in Icelandic banks. You must be joking.
By voting for 'minor' parties with no chance? That's more complicated as the Green Party has an outstanding candidate who deserves support, the Christian Peoples Alliance will make inroads into the Conservative 'share,' and UKIP will pick up many hundreds - if not thousands - of votes. But still, you must be joking.
The only way to obtain real change - change in our attitudes to the dreadfully wasteful war in Afghanistan, change in our attitudes to the ruining of our Cambridgeshire Fens, change in our attitudes to tearing live animals apart for 'fun' and change in our attitudes to the party political bosses and the party political whips - is to vote Independent, for Geoffrey Woollard, on Thursday.
There are only two more days until Independent's Day.