Thirteen years ago, on May 2nd 1997, I watched Tony Blair's triumphant entry into Downing Street, and I thought to myself "This is going to be a long dark night for England". But even I didn't think it would last for 13 years and that our country would be brought to the state it is now in. Gordon Brown has ruined our economy by his reckless spending and sheer incompetence, and yet appears to think that although he got us into this mess, he is the one to get us out of it. Well, I am quite sure he isn't, and so, I hope, are enough sensible voters in the country to make sure that he no longer has his hands on the controls. I am not even going to go into all the other ghastly aspects of the England created by Blair and Brown between them.
To anyone, therefore, who has not yet voted (provided they are voting Conservative!) - get out there and do it! This is the most closely-fought election for a generation, and it is vitally important that we do vote and get this dreadful government out. I hope tomorrow to be watching David Cameron's entry into Downing Street, with huge relief and hope.
Here's to a better tomorrow!