Just an observation at the height of my hangover; Comparing the Presidencies and Prime Ministerships of the last 15 years, would it be beyond reason to say that the UK elects a PM reflecting the character of the previous US administration? Bear with me.... Clinton during the 1990s was all for humanitarian intervention, polling on every single detail of foreign and domestic affairs and generally fighting each day like an election, with a heavy emphasis on the media (disregarding sex scandals). Sounds like our Tony, who comes along five years after Clinton is first elected. Bush was elected (under dubious circumstances, for all you conspiracy theorists) and became a bit of a domestic disaster, focussing the majority of his time on foreign affairs and spending, spending, spending his way into a historic budget deficit. Brown since his (dubious) inauguration has focussed policies on the EU and we too are feeling the effects of a historic budget deficit. Therefore, will Cameron prove to be the 'anything but Bush' Obama for Britain? Promises of a significant change but in reality, little substance in the style...discuss.