Thursday, April 22, 2010

Quote of the day...

... comes from a somewhat disillusioned Blue Eyes.
As much as I hate the left in general and the Labour party in particular, at least they have the confidence to stand up and defend the disastrous policies they have implemented. When Brown says “same old Tories” why does Cameron not reply “what, you mean the ones who took a basket-case of a country and turned it back into a dynamic thriving country”?

And he asks all of the questions that I would have, personally. Although I think that I know the answer to why Cameron doesn't call Brown out on the "£6 billion out of the economy" bollocks—Dave is planning to use that line when he spanks us all for more tax.

I don't know—here I am, trying to clean up my act and yet the politicians insist on existing. It's like being a smack addict living in an opium den...

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't know why Cameron does not call him out on why he is so transfixed on £6 billion when Brown is wasting over £30 billion a year every year on interest just for borrowing money Brown has wasted.

Anonymous said...

My favorite part was when Clegg called Camerons friends in Europe a bunch of nutters.

He claimed they were "homophobes and (in the same sentance!)DENIERS OF CLIMATE CHANGE"!!

So I am to be lumped in with bigots and 'nutters' because I have the wisdom to question dodgy science? Nice.

wonderfulforhisage said...

Cameron's answer to the 'taking £6billion out of the economy' is to say that he'd print £6billion and put it back.

There's no answer to that.

H/T Eric Morecombe.

Blue Eyes said...

Cheers for the link DK.

truths33k3r said...

You have to be bigger than them. Watch some Ron Paul videos, now that is a class act.

Anonymous said...

Cameron is a totally unprincipled cunt seemingly intent on repudiating the entire history of the Conservative party and then in ensuring its destruction.

He is doing Labour's work for them just at the time when they are incapable of doing it for themselves and the electorate are turning back to the right.

He is without doubt the worst leader the Tories have had in the entire modern era.

Anonymous said...

Heath ?

Dame D said...

It infuriates me why Cameron doesn't call Brown out on the "£6 billion" line. His silence on this is deafening.

Even if the Conservatives plan to increase employer VAT themselves, they should be honest about it while attacking Labour's ridiculous spin, if only to protect and "conserve" the principles of fiscal economic honesty.