How come people can constantly draw on seemingly infinite reserves of anger, bile, vitriol, negativity, misery and downright nastiness whenever something vaguely to do with politicians comes up? I mean seriously, are you reading a newspaper for the first time or something?
Politicians are in a no-win situation. No matter who they are or what colour their tie, the majority of people are going to be dissatisfied with anything they say or do unless you find yourself are surrounded by a hundred naked virgins oiling you every night in a giant mansion with ever car ever made in your garage and everything else you can think of. Can it really be true that the only people we get to elect are the most evil scum of the earth AND incompetent and blundering at the same time?
Or, why not try thinking a little about the situation. They're trying to run the country but most of the time their hands are tied by the way that people talk about what they do. Any decision they make will be slagged off by millions of bitchy moaning miserable b*stards who are deeply unhappy with their lives, which means that they can't do what they were elected to do; instead they just have to spend the entire time pussy footing around the media, which makes things worse.
To all political moaners - the problem with Britain is YOU. Not Brown, Thatcher, or anyone else, it's YOU. You are the ones who moan and whinge so consistently that you don't even know you're doing it. It's this intense negativity that's bringing everyone. Stomping on the fragile green shoots of happiness before they ever have the chance to bloom.
How about some constructive debate instead of hyperbole? Politicians are pretty much not evil. Nor are they all crassly incompetent. Sure, they make mistakes, but that's a given. You KNOW that's going to happen. Some are grave mistakes, sure, but be constructive. Don't just put all your mental energy into finding more extreme words with which to moan.
How about people just cheer the f*ck up?