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Cameron Is A Bit Like Ted Heath

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Heath. Totally caved in to huge economic vested interests ruining the country. (Nationalised industry and it's unions)

Cameron. Ditto. Except this time it's for the boomers and their house price inflation.

In both cases following on the heels of a decade of excess (60s and noughties)

Both born aristocrats.

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Heath. Totally caved in to huge economic vested interests ruining the country. (Nationalised industry and it's unions)

Cameron. Ditto. Except this time it's for the boomers and their house price inflation.

In both cases following on the heels of a decade of excess (60s and noughties)

Both born aristocrats.

Ted Heath was the son of a carpenter and went to the local grammar school.

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Ted Heath was the son of a carpenter and went to the local grammar school.

Sounds like Jesus !!

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I see more major myself (but then too heath was before my time)

He's what we deserve. The tories would not have picked up libdem voters in 1992 if thatcher or another rightwinger were head of the tories and labour would have won. Similarly, if the tories had run with a rightwinger in 2015, more libdems would have simply stayed at home and accepted a miliband govt.

So, basically, blame the libdem-swing voter. Have to admit I was initially surprised tories won in 2015, but thinking about, a lot of the older/non-student libdem voters are closer to 'wet' tories than they are labour, unless its bliar.

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Ted Heath was the son of a carpenter and went to the local grammar school.

B#gger

I wasn't even close on that one was I

Entirely fair correction

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B#gger

I wasn't even close on that one was I

Entirely fair correction

:lol::lol::lol:

This thread has also cleared up why, for some reason, I always thought Ted Heath lived in our toilet...my dad used to bang on the door and should "Jesus, are you still in there".

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I've got to break it to you, pigs are for Tory leaders to have sex with.

I get nothing but pigs these day and i've never even voted Tory.

Edited by Rigged

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Funnily enough, I just yesterday heard people comparing Obama with Carter.

The unstoppable sex machine?

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Heath. Totally caved in to huge economic vested interests ruining the country. (Nationalised industry and it's unions)

Cameron. Ditto. Except this time it's for the boomers and their house price inflation.

In both cases following on the heels of a decade of excess (60s and noughties)

Both born aristocrats.

cameron=chamberlain.

probably fairly amiable sort of chap, wants to please everyone, but hopelessly naive about the motives of some of the folk across the channel.

sometimes those guys only take notice of the two fingered salute.

the message still holds true!!!

our missiles are better than theirs.

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Sir Heath was an unprincipled unmitigated liar about the Common Market and no loss of sovereignty etc. There are definite similarities.

Edited by billybong

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Latest missive from cameron is about saving the pensioners triple lock pension w#nkfest.

Jeez I loathe that man now. Is there no corrupt depth he will not stoop to in order to screw the young?

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Latest missive from cameron is about saving the pensioners triple lock pension w#nkfest.

Jeez I loathe that man now. Is there no corrupt depth he will not stoop to in order to screw the young?

He'd promise the young anything they desire if he thought that would achieve his aim.

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