Putting my money where my mouth is, I stood in the 1997 General Election, at Chelmsford West. One of my campaign phrases was "a plague on all your political houses". This was derived from my analogy some years earlier that no matter who you vote for, it's being like being offered a choice of being hit over the head by a fourteen-pound hammer
or a twelve-pound hammer. Some choice.
Without wasting money (unlike the other parties) a free postal circulation of my campaign manifesto attracted 323 votes. Thank you to all the people who physically DID record a plus vote for me, by choosing me to represent them at the Palace of Westminster.