Right, ok. I'll stop being quite so aggressive now.
Sorry, I'm hunting Wiberals.
I am, quite frankly, incredulous about the liberal reaction to all of this. Did you hear Clegg on the news on Friday night? He basically said that they haven't made enough noise about all the good they've done and blamed the public for not having the wit to understand the value of he and his cronies.
Fuck you, you snotty, little cunt. You'll go down in history as the man who almost single-handedly destroyed a political party by getting them into power, you div. And you're the clever one? Yeah.
And Cable on Radio 4 on Saturday mornign was just as bad. Let it go, guys. Everyone who cares knows what you are now. Apart from the central office guys you know personally, no one will support your party again for a generation.
Therein for me lies a huge part of the problem with the AV referendum. Anyone can see the voting system and parliamentary setup in this country is well past its prime and in serious need of modernisation in order to bring a useful democracy to the people of the country. But until this is no longer a partisan, party political issue, it's never going to happen in a meaningful, useful way. Like everything else, it became a ground for people to nail their tribal colours to. And we know how good that is.
Not even outright, blatant lies or being associated with the BNP could put off the No campaign voters who are scared of change, scared of threats to their perceived safety and surely scared of anything that might rock the boat and upset their betters.
Cunts. Stupid, idiotic, past it cunts.
But that generation is dying. This vote will come again (although probably not for AV, and not soon), and next time, it'll be worth more because it won't be brought to try and save a dying party's promise.