Thursday, 6 May 2010

UK: Adults & Children

As Britons ready themselves to vote their own country into bankruptcy—whichever of the big-spenders they chose to vote for, that result will almost certainly be the same – Liberty Scott reflects on a fact that seems to explain the self-destruction: an electorate seemingly comprised of only two kinds of people: adults and children:

What the UK election will tell you about Britain.

Read it, it’s good.  And it goes for us too.


  1. He could indeed be writing about us here in New Zealand; and, one fears, the US in a few years. Dark days indeed.

    The Libz have a huge but worthy task.

  2. It has always been thus. Likely always will be.



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