I realised when I went to
But I didn’t expect, upon my return to
Yes, Ming the (not so) meaningless wants Gordon to “bring it on”; the LibDem’s star player is ready to throw down. Cameron may have taken the gloves off, but Ming’s thrown the thermos flask to one side and picked up a mace!
Oh yes, in the space of 48 hours the political landscape has undergone upheaval of epic proportions. At first I found myself numbed by feelings of utter disbelief, but these were quickly swept aside when Ming highlighted how, under his leadership, the LibDems had “maintained a distinctive position in British politics.” How could I, how could we all have got it so wrong!?
Were we thrown off track by the poll numbers (the latest showing the LibDems at 15%), by the disastrous results in the local government elections, by the seemingly illogical policy statements, by the bumbling performances in PMQs, by the bumbling performances everywhere else? Apparently we were.
Let’s just hope we have enough time to regroup and come up with a strategy to defeat what has clearly become the strongest political force in the modern world: Mingzilla.
Edit: Okay, a few people have commented and emailed to point out that South Wales does in fact have a television, radio, mobile signal, internet etc. It would appear therefore that clarification is necessary. My point wasn’t that South Wales generally lacked a communications infrastructure, but rather that where I went in