Monday, October 29, 2007

Beware Cameron Change

The UK is preparing for possibly its biggest threat in 30 years, a threat that could decimate the country in an unstoppable wave of destruction. That threat is David Cameron.

After he supposedly (according to what Ive read today) announces support for devolution of Scotland to win votes it clear that here is someone who will do and say anything to win votes. A man so devoid of ideas and belief that it seems nothing is beyond doing if it win him power. Even bringing back hunting for fucks sake.

After all, as an Eton boy with his rich pals it doesnt matter to them if he screws up the country. At least Thatcher had major issues to fight against. Cameron has very few major problems to fight against, and most of those he has are hangovers from Blair.

Problem is, like people who welcome climate change because its a little chilly... there are those who really think he is an answer. Not to any question I ever heard...

I am under no doubt, Cameron wins the next election; we are screwed.

5 comments:

Rob @ Cynic said...

Political Mortimer ... I like it, I like it alot!

mm said...

fail to see how this is any different from the incumbent?

np said...

Dangerous ground Mortimer.

I think most planning types tend to be leftish, but you're playing with fire.

Rob Mortimer said...

The day i've had NP...


mm: It's no different from Blair. However, he had the few remaining old Labour people to go against him. Brown appears to be a bit better.

However Cameron, previously of Carlton (who ruined ITV almost singlehandedly), and Black Wednesday (or Friday, some day of the week) seems to have no real morals or standing. He is what will win him votes, and unlike Blair, the backbenches of the Tory party are likely to take him further right where Labour kept Blair from quite getting there.

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