OK, so I take a slightly different view.
We have a problem with so-called Bed-Blocking.
This started with hospital closures from the 1960s onward (often the “no longer needed” Isolation Hospitals) and continued by every party ever since. Some of the old workhouse buildings were either modernised or replaced at that time for accommodating the elderly, and have been closed since. Usually they stood on a large plot of land which attracted developers (now there is surprise). Today there are very few State or Council run homes for the elderly - and the private sector has taken up the slack at a price. So we can blame both parties for that one.
The Blair government did the NHS no favours at all. All Bliar did was to announce measures that were already in place before he did so, and to impose loads of targets. If you run the bed occupancy rate up from about 85% to 100% you cannot be surprised if you do not have any empty beds. (of course, you could say that Bliar was a Tory in disguise (I nearly wrote drag)), but his administration had 13 years to improve the NHS and did nothing.
The Camoron administration: who takes the blame for doing nothing here? Tories or Lib-Dems or both? It is a touch curious that more NHS Trusts have had problems in this period - or is it.
Vote Labour? Not in my area - there is simply no point.
I live in a safe Tory constituency. Over half the vote is Tory. The sitting member is a mouthpiece for Conservative Central Office: “The NHS is not being privatised”.
The only realistic opposition is the Lib-Dems - the candidate is an ex driving instructor. The word “Chancer” comes to mind.
The labour candidate comes from being a Councillor in East London - I guess that she has been put down here to see how she copes in a seat she can never win (11% of the vote last time). Then she will be put up in a marginal that she might win. A vote for Labour will be wasted.
UKIP - who?
So I cannot see much point in voting - even if I did shuffle into the polling station with my Zimmer frame.
If there was anyone seriously worth voting for I would shuffle - but there is not.
If you want to play a fun game, take the old slogan used against Richard Nixon - “Would you buy a used car from this man?” and apply it to the party leaders we have here and now.
Camoron? Used Jags with the speedo clocked.
Millibean? Used Vauxhalls - and a lot of spiel about how they are better than Fords
Clegg? Range Rovers rebuilt after a crash.
Farage? Empty forecourt - only genuine British made British cars - might have a Morris Minor next week.