Post-election. What happens now?
How comfortable are we with the way
things have gone? Personally, I'm all in favour of a move away
from the 2-party and 1st-past-the-post politics and hope
the "coalition" experience works.
But how long will it be before we see stark self-interest fan the flames
of criticism...or, is that already happening?
It seems we love to jeopardise and sabotage
efforts to be successful...well done The Mail on Sunday, I just cannot
see how your Lord Triesman exposť really does work in the public
interest! All those football fans and potential grounds around the
country must really be applauding you. But, I guess it boosted the
circulation numbers and will help some journalists to spin their CV.
With England winning the World Twenty20
title we did at least have something to
celebrate over the weekend.
Congratulations to all those that helped achieve that.
A great example of teamwork combined with
individual performances; what a way for England to
boost it's confidence for the
forthcoming test series and run in to the Ashes. Lets hope we see
a similar result from the "coalition" government.
This government needs to
create and sustain an environment in
which we feel confident and willing to look
positively at the future.
Let's not rush to question, doubt and challenge everything just because
its easier to be critical than recommend a course of action.
Maybe its time for us to stop waiting to see what will happen, or to
play follow my leader; its time now to start thinking about
how we are going to respond ourselves to make
So, good luck with your thought process...and if you need some external
stimulus why not invite some others to join you; you're not on your own.