Wednesday, April 14, 2010

A Passionate David Cameron



Let's have a bit of this in the debate tomorrow, please. David Cameron is always at his best when he has some fire in his belly and talks unscripted. This is the reason why people expect him to do well tomorrow night.

6 comments:

FTAC Watch said...

Will Cameron continue to use the FTAC in the same way that Labour have done?

Not a sheep said...

The contrast between Cameron and Brown could not be starker. However so long as the BBC is allowed to spew pro-Labour & anti-Tory spin 24/7 it won't matter how good Cameron is, he will be perceived as one of the same old Tories. Why don't the BBC stand up for themselves against the BBC's onslaught?

Macha Maguire said...

You mean, you expect him to do well tomorrow night when all the 'spontaneous anger' he's supposed to have been practising will be brought out and given an airing for the cameras? Oh, please....

Jimmy said...

I'm sure he's been practising his spontaneity all week.

Grand_Inquisitor said...

I find it a pity that the policies of UKIP are not matched with their personnel; in a mirror manner the Tories. As for the LibDems, well what can one say. As for Labour - please nooo! However I do like their poster with the family - Child to father "Dad what is that shining light in the West?" "Ahh, son, it is the new Labour nuclear power station melting down".

tapestry said...

I like the part that ''politicians have been treating the public like mugs for about forty years''.

That's a pretty specific period.

I'd say that's code for since we joined the EU.....1972.

It sounded from the heart. Liked it a lot.