Lieberman simply says what a lot of of us are thinking:
“There’s a hard core of partisan, passionate, hardcore Republicans. There’s a hard core of partisan Democrats on the other side. And in between is the larger group, which is people who really want to see the right thing done, or want something good done for this country and them — and that means, sometimes, the better choice is somebody who’s not a Democrat.”
Translate that into Britpol and it comes down to people in the centre who are neither left nor right nor whatever but just feel that some things are right and some are wrong. Delightfully vague but it does turn out that we have similar policies.
We’re concerned for our nation [in the U.S. for the constitution], for free enterprise and for freedom as far as possible within the rule of law. We want to see common sense policies which benefit the community as a whole but are based on hard work and achievement, the feeling of satisfaction of a job well done.
Your humble correspondent is useless as a party man – he can’t toe the line decided for him by the Central Politburo. Trouble is, he thinks for himself too much. I know many of you reading this are the same. I’ve been rabbiting on about our heritage but one heritage we can well do without is party politics – it’s just a circus with performing bears or it’s a club for the preselected.
My mate has the answer in my eyes – we have the technical capacity to run television ratings boxes so why can’t that transfer to politics. On major issues such as going into or staying in the EU, we simply indicate our choice from our living rooms. Departments run the day to day.
The pollies in Westminster are to be our servants – they work for us, just coordinating the thing in the way the electoral commissions do. They don’t lose their jobs – they just adjust them and run the gauntlet of selection by merit as we all should do. they have no power to curb our powers or criminalize us or any of that guff.
Well, of course you know it’s not. When the people are in the street next year and the pollies are running scared, what’s going to happen is that when the current system is torn down, there will be Them, in the form of the new Lenins, ready to jump up on that soapbox and lead you all against the hated oppressor, right back into the global oppression which is organized and waiting.
It’s to the EU’s advantage for unrest which will see the parliamentary system swept away and the new system ushered in so they’re not going to complain one bit. The trick is that when the transfer of power comes, it is a genuine representative of the the people who steers the boat and not one of these 5th columnists who always pop up in induced troubled times.