Tuesday, 23 February 2010

A comment posted on the speccie this morning

Following Dave Cameron's performance on the Jeff Randall show last night (or lack of it as far as the economics section went), I felt compelled to post this to the comments board on The Spectator website;

'I have to agree with a number of posters on here that DC was terrible when discussing 'other 70-odd billon' with Jeff Randall last night.

He really should have done his prep on this and it otherwise ruined a fairly sensible interview.

Discussing this and other matters relating to the forthcoming with fellow traditional tory voters, I just cannot see how DC and his mob cannot manage to put the boot into such a discredited, tired and shambolic government on a regular basis.

DC needs to pull his socks up and pretty sharpish. I realise that he cannot reveal the big policy announcements before the for fear of them being shot down or stolen but these guys are going to have to do something or we are in for a very real economic shock if Brown gets in again (but perhaps we do DC an injustice, perhaps he wishes for Brown to reap what he sows, with a view to getting power once the receivers are called in).

There is plenty of incentive for certain sectors of society to vote NL and they will be out to vote come what may to ensure the continuation of their standard of living. Unless DC and the Tories get their act together in fairly short order, the prospect of them winning anything against the finest media spin machine there ever was.'

The intention of this blog was for general writing about nice stuff like skiing and trying to transition into life as a freelance writer of sorts, not to bash on about politics but the situation in the UK is becoming more critical by the day. When your two options to vote for is a guy who has messed everything up and clearly has mental problems and a guy who doesn't seem to want power (or is too nice to appeal to the chavs that make up 50% of the electorate), it leaves one with a sense of frustration.

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