If looks were votes … The Eye Candy Party Would Win Every Time

I gave Leader’s Question Time a swerver last night and also decided to skip Nigel Farage’s one man show, knowing I’d see YouTube clips of the best bits ad nauseum.

The best bit of campaign television for me this week then was BBC North West’s offering in the Election 2015 regional debates screened on Wednesday evening.

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BBC North West 2015 regional election debate

Why did Ian think that?” you might well ask. It wasn’t because the UKIP candidate, John Bickley, standing in Middleton which he narrowly missed winning in last year’s by election on the night UKIP won Clacton. (It was a major tactical error by UKIP to throw everything as Clacton which Douglas Carswell was always going to retain, an extra little push in the greater Manchester seat would have got them over the line.) Bickley is not a natural on television.

The major party candidates, Lucy Powell, Lab. Manchester central, Ben Wallace, Con. Preston North, and Gordon Birtwistle, Lib Dem. Burnley were similarly lacklustre.

No, the panellist who stole the show was the Green Party’s St. Helens North candidate, Elizabeth Ward, a lovely little package of politically correct cute. Elizabeth is also a confident and well briefed speaker, even if she did spout the usual Trotskyite bollocks the party of watermelons (green on the outside, red in the inside) nowadays specialise in.

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Elizabeth Ward, Green Party candidate for St. Helens North

No matter how much Green and polically correct bollocks the girl spouts, those exquisite cheekbones and expressive eyes would still get my vote.

ELIZABETH, JOIN UKIP – WITH SOME SENSIBLE POLICIES AND YOUR GOOD LOOKS YOU COULD BE PRIME MINISTER BY 2030

(Well that should get the screechers of the politically correct left well wound up)

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