I am intrigued at how this debate is going to pan out tonight.
The three main party leaders, all alone at a podium with no spin doctors and with every eye in the room.
Who will go to pieces first? Who will emerge triumphant? who will shock for the right reasons?
Many media commentators are saying this debate could decide the outcome of the election itself as floating voters finally make up their minds.
This is indeed the first election that I can recall which will be somewhat influenced by social media.
Although anyone making their minds up on who should run the country based on Sarah Brown's tweets should maybe have their heads examined.
I don't care who wears what, who has the best body language, who went to the best school or who has the richest friends. I just want somebody to sort out this mess of a country and makes it fair for all both in our private and working lives.
I read through the Conservatives' and the Lib Dems' Manifestos yesterday and I even had a peek at UKIP.
However I am still undecided who to vote for. Indeed I haven't even registered to vote yet - but I plan to do that before the end of the week.
I think it is a shame that all the parties are not given a fair chance in this debate as I really feel the vote is as open as can be and anybody could win if given the opportunity.
This really is history in the making and I'm quite excited at being able to witness it.
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