What is it about this city that produces such quality comedy rap...?
Interesting to reflect on why we in Wales love to parody ourselves. We are not, after all, a serious people, but rather talk about the day to day things with a bit of humour.
For another, not so politically correct, insight into another of Wales' great cities, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zGmJ8wpw9Q.(not responsible for the questionable content!)
On a more political note, interesting article by Tomos Livingstone of the Western Mail today here.
The case for a yes vote in the referendum must be properly explained if it is to be won. Wales, as a place with limited conservative support, must be able to properly carve its own political destiny to reflect its dire needs. The LCO system is a major block to this.
"A “yes” vote in next year’s referendum on strengthening the Assembly’s powers would be a first step to addressing this – and the need for citizens to be able to understand what’s going on in their name is an argument that could do with a more frequent airing."
As a politics student its hard to understand what is devolved, it must be made simpler for true accountability.
Food for thought,