Friday, 16 April 2010

Pussy Footing Prime Ministerial Candidates

Well, just like the debate by the wannabe Chancellors, the Prime Ministerial debate was determined not by what had to be said, but by everyone not saying what had to be said.

Several troupes of Elephants were tramping round the room and every candidate ignored them, desperate not to get trampled.

Instead they skirted, ignored, obfuscated, and generally bored us all to death with things we'd heard about before, thing that didn't need to be aid again, with us all desperate to heard the things that did need to be said.

Instead we were majorly disappointed. No-one I've spoken to was impressed. Although it was a universal thought that Nick Clegg came out of it well and suprisingly Gordon Brown failed to wilt under close public scrutiny.

In summary, tonight was a defensive game, with not much action near the goal. Not one had a clear shot, instead they desperately clung on for a draw. Its half-time with everything to play for, its just that it seems none of the team captains have the courage and conviction to play a decisive game and lead their teams to victory. Instead they play an uninspiring waiting game, hoping the others will make a mistake that they can benefit from.

So far neither of them deserve to win.

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