U.K. politician carves election promises into stone monolith.

On Sunday morning, Labour leader Ed Miliband announced that he’d literally set his election promises in stone, commissioning an 8-foot limestone monolith bearing six policy pledges.

Miliband pledged that if he is elected Prime Minister, the monolith will be placed in the garden of his official residence as a reminder of his promises to the British public.

Unfortunately, all of his pledges are totally ambiguous and nonspecific. Instead of stating real targets, the stone slab lists six near-meaningless phrases like “controls on immigration” and “a strong economic foundation.”

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