Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Tory Manifesto

Cameron thinks all he has to do is to be popular and victory is his. 

Is there nothing this man and party will not do to get power?

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6 comments:

  1. Who would want himn in charge of GREAT Britain!

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  2. Unfortunately too many people!

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  3. This time I am rather struggling to see much difference between the two main idiots (IMHO) on offer. Maybe I just haven't looked hard enough, but at previous elections, at least I could always see a clear difference quite easily. This time Brown and Cameron seem to share the same one and only BIG IDEA, which is... "Vote for me cos I want to be the Big Man"

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  4. Andrew, was always thus but Jams, I think, and I are coming from a committed point of anti-conservatism. Perhaps blinkered but ....

    Therefore, regardless of the similarities a vote for Labour will always be much more preferable than a vote for Labour.

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  5. Well I have never voted Conservative and I have never voted Labour so I guess that means I am definitely not mainstream, thank goodness for that, and I have no influence whatever over anything at all (I can hear the cries of "thank goodness for that" echoing). I'll perhaps get more interested if and when we have a system of proportional democracy in this land, rather than a "democracy" that allows a strong government to form with a dissent-proof majority despite the fact that a large majority of voters voted against it. "Democracy" seems to be defined rather strangely in the UK (and plenty other lands).

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  6. I can't disagree with you, Andrew.

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