In response to Nick Wood’s Campaign Commentary: Sturgeon’s Syriza menaces Westminster. England will demand independence, Politically__Incorrect wrote:
I think Milliband would be very foolish to underestimate the bitter distaste the English would feel over being ruled effectively by a bunch of tartan Marxists. Even English Labour supporters are uneasy about it. There are some interesting times ahead. Unlike the Lib/Con coalition, which did at least start out with enthusiasm and goodwill, a Lab / SNP collation, pact, or whatever you want to call it, would be a sham marriage from the start. One wonders how effectively such a grouping would be able to govern. We could see the same governmental paralysis which Belgium experienced recently when they had no proper government for around fifteen months. Not that it caused any problems.
Cameron has of course been a fool. He has offended, betrayed, and alienated many natural Conservative supporters through his policies and his insults. The vandalisation of marriage and the family has turned many to Ukip. He is likely to lose the support of many of the Christian faith. I will not be sorry to see him pay an electoral price for his betrayal of conservative values. He got into bed with liberal socialism, and expected Tory voters to do the same. Those who wouldn’t join him he called “swivel-eyed loons”. Now he expects those same “loons” to rush to aid him electorally. I do have plenty of adjectives to describe him, but this is a respectable site.