POLITICS: No party leader worthy of getting my vote

David Cameron
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The elections are almost upon us but I hear nothing but rhetoric and manifesto promises from all major parties that amount to little more than wishful thinking; hints of what their party has to offer and provide no indication how those offering will be funded.

Cameron goes as far as to suggest we should trust his judgement – quite remarkable given his support of fellow Conservative MP’s that have proven to be corrupt.

Cameron, Miliband and Clegg are independently wealthy, were educated in public schools and have never held meaningful jobs

Farage witters on about all our troubles and woes are due to immigration and EU membership but fails to quantify the financial impact of EU extraction and the tax contributions if immigrants – oh so naïve.

Miliband fairs little better.

As for the LibDems – for goodness sake elect someone that is more statesmanlike.

Cameron, Miliband and Clegg are independently wealthy, were educated in public schools and have never held meaningful jobs – how on earth can they relate to the plight of everyday people?

Farage is a hypocrite – screams “British jobs should be for British people” but employed his German wife.

For the first time in more than 40 years, I don’t intend to vote.

We are faced with a selection of party leaders that are either hypocrites, have no understanding of what real life is all about or cannot substantiate how their election promises will be funded.

ote or don’t vote, entirely up to you. But please study party manifestoes before deciding – in my opinion, none are worthy.