Nah, my main issue is the partisan nature of the papers. I'm pretty much as non-political as they get (I've voted Labour-Tory-Tory in the 3 general elections I've been eligable to vote in, and I don't think I looked at a manifesto in any of them), I hate the whole idea of folk arguing completely for one side of an argument and completely against another - purely based on pre-defined ideal that they've chosen to adopt. From my neutral (and somewhat uninformed) position there doesn't seem to be that much difference between the middle aged blokes in blue and the middle aged blokes in red anyway.
And that brings me to the papers. I don't like reading something and knowing that it comes from a specific angle. That I'm being led towards a conclusion, if you will. It borders on indoctrination imho. I know it's a tradional thing and it would be very boring if every paper was straight down the middle, but I don't like it none the less.
I understand fuck all, I'm not interested in trying to understand, but nevertheless I vote.
A fine, upstanding member of the electorate, then.
NEWSFLASH: There is no such thing as value-neutral news, in any media format. It is, however, actually possible to read something, understand the bias of the author, and reach your own conclusions.
Don't go putting any effort in on my account, mind