Monday 28 May 2007

Your chance to Deliver your Verdict on Blair

Direct Democracy- Isn't it great?

Results of the Poll on the question 'Is this really a dictatorship, where all we do is choose the winning teams?'

Total votes cast 22

Yes 12 (55%)
No 10 (45%)

Now admittedly, our poll here possibly lacks the accuracy of a YouGov or ICM Poll, due to the size of the sample, but I would hazard a guess that it is the most accurate poll asking this particular question.

So there you have it.
55% of you think this democracy business is a bit of a lie.

New question.
Poor Tony is handing over to Gordon now.
As we all know, his legacy is very important to him.

Now we all know that Blair's real aim was to excell Thatcher. He's done quite well at this in some ways. Certainly I find that after ten years of Blair, Thatcher seems to have become better thought of.
Now Thatcher definitely polarised the nation. She was loved and loathed in equal measure. With Blair, I think opinion may be more uniform.

Anyway, let's judge Tony the way he'd want to be judged.

Have your say.


Anonymous said...

Who are all these people? I thought I'd been living in America all this time? Sorry, have just come over from Beast's site and I think the clowns have confused me.

Anonymous said...

Isn't Thatcher that gay icon bloke who's always yapping on about something or other??

Anonymous said...

if you want to see the epitome of democracy, just go to iraq.

Anonymous said...

Oh God.............. See, what I mean?
I voted Thatcher but only because as you say her best efforts have now paled to the rather newness of Blair. She will be more highly regarded because women believe ( and maybe to an extent this is right) it empowered women of Britain and changed their roles in what was ( and to a large extent still is) a male chauvenistic society.Few cared about the miners of the north or the boys such as Bobby Sands.Further, "the haves" don't give a toss that there is STILL not adequate housing "the have nots"- but a few of her shining examples of bringing the country forward.