Elections are all about hostility not unity
Forget about unity. Think about hostility. That's elections are all about.
Why should our candidates foist on the electorate the merits of unity when
elections should have meant voters are given the freedom to choose. First of all, elections are taken to mean the collision of hostile forces. For if political exercises are meant to be a choice between two friendly forces we might as well abdicate our right of suffrage to our so-called leaders who have the temerity of dictating our choices.
In elections past, we had seen how leaders dictated the tempo of elections by herding candidates under one party.
The coming one promises to end all the scandalous machinations of the powers-that-be to foster unification.
What use to be the order of the day of elections past became clearer to the common man that indeed the 2010 electoral combat is one that promises the electorate the right of a lifetime on the basis of hi…