Thursday, 18 March 2010

Hague worst election since 1832 so why are we surprised............................

I'm not one of those who think that the electorate always get it right-as Dr Owen asserted last week. I can think of quite a few governments that Britain could have done without! But when they rejected William Hague I think that broadly the electors had summed him up quite well. Therefore I am not surprised by his subsequent behavior. I guess like many Tories he starts with the premise that if you can avoid paying tax then that is perfectly ok. He sees no issue with the growing inequality in our society. We are not all in this together if some can 'opt out'

LibDem Voice has a good round up of the Today programme interview with Hague this morning.

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