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Well we got the hung election so many of us wanted!

I believe it really is time for electoral change.

Why? Consider: the ConMen under Cameroon have polled 36% of the great British voting public – well those that got to vote!!

That means 64% of us don’t want him as PM. So what gives him the right to govern? Well an ancient voting system ideal for two party politics. But for the last 30 years we’ve had multi-party politics and going forward we may see 4 or 5 parties stepping up. We have to set in place a system that makes this work!

So what does that mean today: Nick has a golden chance to push forward the case and in fact the absolute right for the change. He needs to keep this in mind when he discusses coalition with both Labour and the ConMen.

So the mouse approach: Decides it is only fair to side with the ‘biggest’ vote and team up with the ConMen. Chances of electoral change? Big fat zero. Chance of achieving any of his other targets. Big fat zero. Why? Simple (as the Meer Kat would say). Cameroon needs to become PM by hook or crook. Once PM he holds the whip hand. Labour will dump Brown and head off into Leadership race land, Glegg will be knocking on number 10, having meaningless meetings and seeing no reward. Finally while Labour is at 6‘s and 7’s  the ‘new’ PM will call a new election, gain the majority they need and dump luckless Nick!!

So the man approach: Team up with Labour. As one of the conditions – Brown to go. Run referendum for PR. Get PR through then force Labour to have new election under PR. Nick now hero and should be in a much better place following a PR election!! The man bit is standing up to the media attack for supporting Labour.

Come Nick – be a man for a better Britain!!

Posted on Saturday, May 8, 2010 1:05 AM | Back to top


Comments on this post: Is Nick Clegg a man or a mouse?

# re: Is Nick Clegg a man or a mouse?
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It's not a logical conclusion that you *don't* want him as your PM. its just that he is not your first preference.

ie, if you were choosing between chocolate ice cream, strawberry and boysenberry.

you might truly hate strawberry and go for chocolate, but you'd go for boysenberry if you couldn't have chocolate :)

something like STV would better allow this kind of preference to be represented.
Left by Keith Nicholas on May 11, 2010 9:54 AM

# re: Is Nick Clegg a man or a mouse?
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oh, and under any kind of system like MMP / STV or any other mixed party system. Then its even MORE likely that people get a PM that was not the majorities choice, simply the most dominant parties head man.
Left by Keith Nicholas on May 11, 2010 9:56 AM

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So the man approach: Team up with Labour. As one of the conditions – Brown to go. Run referendum for PR. Get PR through then force Labour to have new election under PR. Nick now hero and should be in a much better place following a PR election!! The man bit is standing up to the media attack for supporting Labour.soccoulbdss.yolasite.com/blog.php
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Left by oulissd on Nov 14, 2011 2:13 PM

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