Another day, and another day when the Leftist leech "blogging" about me won't allow people to post comments. His big thing, though, is pointing out the lack of comments on my site as "proof" of something. Of course, he's not bright enough to consider the important difference between my blog and his pathetic excuse for a blog.
At least I allow comments. I give you the choice of whether you want to comment. He doesn't.
Wow. A Leftist who hates choice. How...utterly predictable.
With the recent British elections, we have a chance to consider the impact of a split government on a population. New Prime Minister David Cameron, a member of the Conservative Party, has been asked to try to form a coalition government with the Liberal Democrat Party in spite of the fact they're not that ideologically close. Granted, a Conservative in Britain may be closer to the left side of the spectrum here, but it's still a test of leadership to try to create a workable coalition based on a common goal of running the country.
Compare that to the "leadership" being shown by our own government. Democrats treat anyone who doesn't agree with them (including members of their own party, I might add) as intellectually inferior, morally corrupt, and potentially dangerous. Remember Obama's statement after an early meeting with Congressional Republicans? "I won." And Obama was heralded as the first "post-partisan" President because of his alleged ability to build coalitions across party lines. I guess that ability was as truthful as his promise of tax cuts for 95% of Americans.
Whether Cameron is successful in building a coalition government will be interesting to see, provided it's an honest attempt to build and not just lip service designed to get people to vote for him like a certain sitting President. If Cameron is successful, it may be one of those time when I agree with the Left that we need to be more like Europe.