Elections in Bangkok look pretty exciting. Quite at random I came across an election poster for Chuwit Kamolvisit, who ran for Bangkok governor in October, and so I sought out some more (see more here).
Based on the posters alone I'd vote for him, I think we could do worse. Try and imagine your favourite politician in Chuwit's place, it might work.
It reads "When politicians lie, what should we do?"
Woa! "You are a liar. You don’t have a standpoint. You disappoint society. You lie to the people. You make excuses to deceive the public."
It's not true Chuwit. I'm not, I do, I don't, I don't and I never would.
"Crush those who cheat, expose evil, do not fear the influential!"
If only he'd added "It's hammer time!"
I demand to see a European election bill board with Jean Lambert, wielding a sledge hammer, denouncing evil, cheats and the influential! It's a vote winner I tell you, I'm certain of it.