Friday, 4 May 2007

Conservative - Are more people thinking what I'm thinking?

Last month I published the following post:

Why I think I'm turning Tory

In the past you could have put a red rosette on a donkey and I would have voted for it.

Now I'm thinking of voting Tory. I feel this government have been in power too long. They think they can do anything they like and stuff what the public think. I hope a Tory government with a small majority will be more accountable to the people who pay their wages.

Besides, it seems like there are more Liberal MP's skulking in the Labour Party than there are in the Liberal party.

Now, I'm no great political mind, I'm just one man with one vote. Like many others I will be casting my vote where my gut tells me to. I never thought I'd say this, but I think the few policies David Cameron has been touting may help to pull this country out of the downward spiral we are stuck in.

Please be gentle if you comment, the above is based upon my gut feeling, not any great political knowledge. If you're a Labour supporter, before you give me a verbal kicking, you need to ask yourself why I and some others are starting to feel this way.

The last 24 hours seem to show that I am not alone.

2 comments:

Andrew Allison. A Conservative View said...

Come and join us Steve. We are a pretty decent bunch with clear values.

Daily Referendum said...

Andrew,

Done