A long way to fall from your moral high horse Mr Cameron
Last updated at 14:04, Tuesday, 26 June 2012
You’ve got to hand it to him. He’s hit the nail right on the head. David Cameron’s not nearly as daft as his hastily dumped pasty tax plan might suggest.
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yes but unfortunately thanks to Mags we don't produce or export much of anything anymore! And despite all the spin, not much encouragement/assistance is given to anyone who tries to start up a business here!
@ Hedge - Ahhh, I see - so it was the strikers, not the bankers, who made off with all the cash! Thanks for clearing up that misconception, Hedge - just one question though: which strikers, precisely, did the last Labour give in to which led to the collapse of the economy?
Come along people, you are beginning to sound like a Parliamentary PMs q.t. session. Divided and not moving towards the same objectives.
My qualifying statement re. the above: I have voted Conservative (please read on, thankyou) all my life with the exception being when the much reveered doyen, Mrs. T., saw fit to make the miners children be given food handouts when she was flexing her muscles. This I thought at that time and now absolutely unforgiveable.
I do not regard the present government competant enough to lead this country out of the troubled times we are experiencing, nor do I beleive that Labour is a credible alternative.
Through lack of appropriate governance, both at central and local levels, the 'ordinary' people of this country are being let down because of dogmatic attitudes and radical, sometimes outdated, values, being imposed upon them. This is directly measureable through the seemingly, almost daily, imposition of withdrawal of considerations for the young, the disadvantaged, the elderly.
My previous reference to PMs q.t. : is the principal of all parties coming together, working together with the superordinate goal of doing the best for our country, our people, our future, too impossible to even contemplate? Let us not be split on the one objective that surely we all have. Let us return to being a prosperous and industrious country where we are able to look after the more disadvantaged amongst us. Let us be compassionate, let us be strong and set an example to the rest of the world. Let us all move forward together to achieve our aspirations.
Let us work together so that good, considerate companies are not driven to the wall in these austere times, through the greed of organisations that are here, supposedly, to encourage industry and production.
We need two things: strong, effective leadership, and, co-operation of all to achieve our goals.