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Bruce Banner

Cameron voted worse than Gordon Brown.

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http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/david-cameron-rated-one-of-the-worst-prime-ministers-in-modern-history_uk_57ff5845e4b0ee335211a53b

David Cameron has been rated one of the worst prime ministers in modern history by political experts.

The Conservative came third from bottom in the table of post-war leaders but would have been classed as the biggest failure based on rankings for only his second term.

Cameron fared worse than Labour’s Gordon Brown, the premier he regularly mocked while opposition leader, in the survey of academics who specialise in politics and contemporary British history.

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18 minutes ago, Goat said:

Cameron worse than Bliar and Brown according to this poll.........

 

 

 

 

.....nuff said

 

Definitely worse in my opinion and I voted for him the first time.

At least with Blair and Brown I knew what to expect.

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1 hour ago, Bruce Banner said:

Definitely worse in my opinion and I voted for him the first time.

At least with Blair and Brown I knew what to expect.

Cameron worse than the war criminal and the lunatic, okay, I see where you're coming from.

Did he steel your lunch money or something?

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5 minutes ago, Goat said:

Cameron worse than the war criminal and the lunatic, okay, I see where you're coming from.

Did he steel your lunch money or something?

Something like that. 

Fortunately, by using his own tactics, we managed to get rid of the toad!

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in the survey of academics who specialise in politics and contemporary British history.

So a bunch of lefties who live off the public teat say Cameron was worse than Brown.

While that's rather like saying cyanide is worse than arsenic, you'd hardly expect any other result.

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