This is the old left and right again.
One side is an old bastard sitting in his chair rotting. And the other is the one trying to change things just going about it the wrong way.
Your parties are made for each other.
The old bastard says one thing then does the other, then the other party comes along and slings mud for no reason witch starts the old git off.
And what does their military history have to do with anything in politics? Politics is a simple thing made hard by idiots who don’t know anything about it, a good idea is a good idea regardless of who came up with it.
I didn’t like Bush’s politics but as a man he seemed like a nice guy the same for Tony Blair. I don’t really like Obama either; I think he’s decision to run for something like this when he has young kids is reckless and selfish, but he seems like a nice enough guy as well.
(That is who Obama reminds me of, Tony Blair. Young lad comes out of nowhere to fix the old, broken ways.)
At the end of the day you’ve got to respect anyone who want to become a head of state (PM for us because the queen is the head of state), there intentions are, most of the time, the right ones to start with, so instead of sitting there complaining about them respect them enough to admit that they have the right intentions at heart.
If the wheels come off, like with Gordon Brown, then attack them but not at the times people have with Bush and Obama. It’s just unfair.