Having been ridiculously busy, and vaguely misrepresented in the Sun newspaper who had me supporting a piece on being 'let down by a Labour government,' and therefore, a bit Tory, which was odd given I said,'I do not feel let down by the Labour party.' And the only thing I ever liked about Cameron was that he rides a bicycle, and even then that was show piece.
Though, I do think that Brown has been a tosser of late, and that there are few good people in his little red coop, and Sarah Brown doesn't actually need to be playing the good cop in heels all the time, very irritating. Labour need someone new and exciting, like --- hm, Lady Gaga, for prime minister.
I have, historically, been Liberal Democrat, but I think Nick Clegg is a scoffing schoolboy and I don't trust his hairline, so I've gone off him like old mushrooms.
So I voted, and London being London, the rule seemed to be you can vote for three people on this paper and one on the other. So I divided it between the two least offensive of the main parties, and then gave my vote to women. (Hopefully Robin is a woman?)
In my opinion women have been left on the sidelines of this election: male commentators, male news reporters, male referees on the debates. Yes, yes, yes, they've been going for the 'Mum's vote' alright- but elsewhere...like er. ITV, BBC, Sky (I don't have Sky, who chaired that one) ...did women hit a glass ceiling?
If one actually reckoned it up, we women are the marginalized group in this vote.
And yes, I know about Mumsnet, and all those things, I'm talking about heavyweight reporters on prime time television with breasts. Perhaps I blinked and missed the women... there were just too many men in suits standing in the way.