After a long hiatus, mostly to do with indolence and partly to do with the general election campaign, I feel compelled to take up the metaphorical pen and make a few comments on where I see the situation of the UK in the aftermath of the "Brexit election". OK, so we lost. We can blame many reasons, though fundamentally the Conservatives refused to make the mistakes of 2017 and Labour and especially the Liberal Democrats made every mistake that could be made. Indeed the biggest mistake of all was allowing Johnson to hold the election at all, when another six months would probably have eaten the Conservative Party alive. It was Jo Swinson's first, but perhaps most critical, mistake to make, and from it came all the others. The flow of defectors and money persuaded the Liberal Democrat bunker that an election could only be better for the Lib Dems, and as far as votes were concerned, the party did indeed increase its vote by 1.3 million. BUT, and it really is the bi
What I don't like Obama is that his supporters in USA and abroad don't know exactly why they are supporting him, and are acting like fanatics.
But of course, like many superdelegates have deserted Hillary, they can still desert Obama.
We are going to have at least 4 more years of hell. We thought after Dubya it can't get much worse, but we are in for a world of pain...ugh...