Saturday, April 24, 2010

British Election Debate - Part 2

With approximately two weeks to go until voting, the second debate in the British national elections, took place yesterday in England. The debaters were Labour Party chief and current Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, Conservative head, David Cameron and Liberal Democrat chair, Nick Clegg. All three men handled themselves well and intelligently.

However, of the three, David Cameron has the better ideas, regarding helping Britain, which are tempered with financial commonsense and strong national security.

Britain does not need more liberal government spending, in the manner the Labour Party has done for several years. Britain has so much tax money coming in, which should be utilized in a more effective manner, under the credo of thrift and prudence.