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More Glancing Blows From Cameron

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hes a patsy. the tories are as stuck up the banks ass as much as labour.

osournes taken donations off hedge funds already, and he only has a whiff of office.

what the point of replacing one lot of corrupted arsewipes with another set ?

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hes a patsy. the tories are as stuck up the banks ass as much as labour.

osournes taken donations off hedge funds already, and he only has a whiff of office.

what the point of replacing one lot of corrupted arsewipes with another set ?

Andrew Neil gives them a harder time than the oppo.

How is it he can land better researched attacks and not Dave et al?

You really have to question the Tories angle here.

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You have to feel a bit of sympathy for him.

If say right at the start, he tore into Gordon saying his policies were foolhardy and would lead to bankruptcy for GB. He would be accused of starting this downturn. :(

He had to stand back, let them run with it.

Is it time to change this approach? I don't know but if goes on much longer..........

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Well you'd hardly expect David Cameron to start questioning the roots of the problem: statism and a debt-based fiat monetary system.

He is part of the establishment after all.

He can't convincingly criticise Brown's actions without giving the game away to the general public.

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Cameron is spineless he supported the bankster bailout which shows his character and what his behaviour in office would be like.

the only hope for the tories and the country is someone like John Redwood who understood the problems

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Cameron is spineless he supported the bankster bailout which shows his character and what his behaviour in office would be like.

the only hope for the tories and the country is someone like John Redwood who understood the problems

What pressure is there on Cameron to land any punches when Brown is there punching himself. Soon, Brown will have successcully destroyed himself, with Cameron not doing much more than breathing.

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On the Daily Politics, the first 2 readers' messages read out by Jo Coburn gave Cameron the thumbs up! He 'wiped the floor' with GB!? Who said the BBC were nuLabour supporters? <_<

Cameron weak today IMHO.

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Cameron is spineless he supported the bankster bailout which shows his character and what his behaviour in office would be like.

the only hope for the tories and the country is someone like John Redwood who understood the problems

Cameron, Osborne, Boris, Nat Rothschild, all Bullingdon Boys. Spoilt establishment Eton types.

They'll run the country for themselves just like NuFascist has.

Cameron is a wet hankie. I wouldn't vote for him in a million years

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What pressure is there on Cameron to land any punches when Brown is there punching himself. Soon, Brown will have successcully destroyed himself, with Cameron not doing much more than breathing.

yes but then Cameron gets into office and his character of going along with nationalizations is just as dangerous as Brown's

if anything with the tory party infiltated by leftist green fanatics and schools'n'hospitals obsessives the composition of the next house of commons could be even worse and more spineless, do we expect them to fix it? unless Cameron grows a pair or the IMF forces deep cuts and proper financial controls I doubt it (I think that is what will happen)

I think the country will need someone with spine and guts like Redwood rather than the deluded and flawed Cameron

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yes but then Cameron gets into office and his character of going along with nationalizations is just as dangerous as Brown's

if anything with the tory party infiltated by leftist green fanatics and schools'n'hospitals obsessives the composition of the next house of commons could be even worse and more spineless, do we expect them to fix it? unless Cameron grows a pair or the IMF forces deep cuts and proper financial controls I doubt it (I think that is what will happen)

I think the country will need someone with spine and guts like Redwood rather than the deluded and flawed Cameron

Still an improvement on what we have now

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Still an improvement on what we have now

is it? one deluded fool for another and a waste of 2 years until Cameron is forced out

our only hope is the IMF now because at least they will close the schools and hospitals and shrink the state because Cameron doesn't sound like he will, he used to go along and signup to more spending.

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the only hope for the tories and the country is someone like John Redwood who understood the problems

The man who wanted greater deregulation of the mortgage market? Oopsie...

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The man who wanted greater deregulation of the mortgage market? Oopsie...

the ultimate deregulation would be to stop bailing the f**king banks and let them fall on their sword rather than take the country down with them, that would be wonderful

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I've told you all before and I tell you again:

Stop refering to "Conservative" and "Labour".

It's "ConservoLabour". The parties policies are identical. The policiticians cannot be told apart. They are controlled by the same wealthy vested interests. They are ONE PARTY.

The more you refer to "Conservative" and "Labour" the more you confuse people.

Until people realise that there is only one party, we wont get a second choice.

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Still an improvement on what we have now

no it isnt.

I've told you all before and I tell you again:

Stop refering to "Conservative" and "Labour".

It's "ConservoLabour". The parties policies are identical. The policiticians cannot be told apart. They are controlled by the same wealthy vested interests. They are ONE PARTY.

The more you refer to "Conservative" and "Labour" the more you confuse people.

Until people realise that there is only one party, we wont get a second choice.

double ditto ;)

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the FSA has spent 12 years regulating financial companies who are now all bust

great success for regulation

Because of idiots like Redwood arguing for greater deregulation and a 'light touch'.

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is it? one deluded fool for another and a waste of 2 years until Cameron is forced out

our only hope is the IMF now because at least they will close the schools and hospitals and shrink the state because Cameron doesn't sound like he will, he used to go along and signup to more spending.

Lets kill old people.

We could also execute all prisoners to save money.

What about killing the disabled as well they are a huge drain on the economy.

Perhaps the Nazi's where onto something?

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