tbh I was devastated that so many voted against, I can't believe at least some of Red Ed's lot didn't join the fray.
To misjudge the mood of the country so badly.
Frankly all it does is enforce the hopelessness of our current situation, a badly needed reforming Government hamstrung by handwringing Liberal wets and an opposition so badly compromised by a fratricidal **** so in thrall to the Unions, that no-one can take them seriously.
Who the **** can you seriously vote for?
One point is true, the unwritten rule of the house, that if all the party leaders are in agreement then generally they are wrong.
The thing that is going to really get them is the growth in the 'occupy wall street' movement, what's going on stateside, I seriously think we could be in for a bit of an upheaval, it is time that Westminster bubble got burst.