On 2 Oct 2014 at 10:14pm Conference Conservative wrote:
Contrast David Cameron`s assured and professional performance at our conference, with Milliband`s pathetic, tedious, forgetfull nonsense at Labour`s little jolly.
Cameron will win hands down.Four more years. It`s in the bag!
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On 2 Oct 2014 at 11:22pm Ex Labour Voter wrote:
One's a forgetful fool and the other's just a fool.
Inadequate and self centred liars both which is something they have in common with almost the entire ghastly bunch in Parliament.
To Cledgge = make a promise you have no intention of keeping
On 2 Oct 2014 at 11:28pm Spelling Bee wrote:
Cledgge ? Ha ha ha! Ex Labour Voter= illiterate twerp.
On 2 Oct 2014 at 11:42pm Henry wrote:
I suspect Cledgge was intentional but maybe with the one g
On 2 Oct 2014 at 11:43pm Brooks Nomark wrote:
Have you seen the size of my organ?
On 3 Oct 2014 at 8:05am Sword of Truth wrote:
I have always thought that David Cameron was supremely gifted politician . He could hardly have been dealt a worse hand , swimming in Labour's appalling debts and obliged to work with a Party cunningly crafted to drive any of his back benchers up the wall.
I admit that unfunded tax cits and poyaing down the dficit by 2018 is fantasy but then who erected this crazy castle of lies in which there is no debt crisis . Unions mostly and as they bough themselves a little Ed he did too
On 3 Oct 2014 at 10:31am Ex Labour Voter wrote:
@Spelling Bee - how does it feel to look a complete fool online for all the world to see?
Desperation to show intellectual superiority causes large shot in own foot at same time as demonstrating huge stupidity.
Nothing so pathetic as a fool who thinks he can make others look stupid
On 3 Oct 2014 at 10:34am Ex Labour Voter wrote:
@Henry - there are two Gs in Clegg and one D in pledge.
So only 8 out of 10 for observation though you are some way in front of the pathetic Spelling Bee whose self proclaimed intellect is way below where he thinks it is
On 3 Oct 2014 at 11:29am Mace of Mundanity wrote:
Sword of Truth, can you point me to any speech or rhetoric from the Conservative party before 2008 which points to the govenrment debt/deficit as a major problem? Any evidence that if elected they would have cut spending before 2008?
On 3 Oct 2014 at 12:47pm New Conservative voter. wrote:
Cameron`s performance is brilliant.I urge young people who have so far been unconvinced by any of the party leaders to click on the link.I will be voting for the first time next year and I will be proudly voting Conservative
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On 3 Oct 2014 at 1:04pm Sword of Truth wrote:
Mace of ..
Hmmm well when in 2007 the Conservatives undertook to match Labours spending it was greeted with howls of derision ( They`ll be up to their old tricks when they are in ..) and then,when the s hit the f, referred back to so as to claim we would have been just as badly off.
The Conservative Party had spend the previous ten years objecting to increased spending point by point but by then realized no-one was listening.
Are you saying you doubt this ?
I don`t know if that's what you are on about but you could refer to just about every statement made by any Conservative prior to 2007. In much the same way as Labour have objected to every single proposed cut ..not sure it proves much
Here is an interesting thing :
"A confidential document presented to the Cabinet in January 2006 asks: "We've spent all this money, but what have we got for it?"
It warns that the efficiency of the public sector needed to improve rapidly and insisted that "spending growth will slow". The document drafted by civil servants also says that "ineffective spending" must be "closed down".
However, Gordon Brown discarded the advice and embarked on a £90 billion increase in spending when he became prime minister.
The expenditure meant that the economy was left facing a record deficit as the effects of the recession were felt.
The document is among 19 papers disclosed today by The Daily Telegraph that were obtained from the personal files of Mr Balls, the shadow Chancellor. They follow the divulgence yesterday of dozens of documents detailing Mr Balls's central role in a plot to topple Tony Blair.
On 3 Oct 2014 at 5:49pm Sussex Jim wrote:
In the sixties and again in the seventies the socialist Labour party did its best to wreck this country.
Since 1997 "New" Labour, run by closet capitalists like Blair the millionaire and Two Jags Prescott also wrecked the economy.
I do not agree with all Cameron has done; but at least he seems to be trying to sort out the mess, and deserves further support to form the next Government- hopefully with a majority.
On 4 Oct 2014 at 2:02am Monty Cute wrote:
David Cameron is a disgrace. He said he wanted to become PM because he thought he 'would be quite good at it'. No vision, no principles, no idea. Just an inflated sense of his God-given right tp 'have a go' at running the country. Time to take your knighthood, baronetcy, earldom or whatever, and go back to your huntin' and shootin', David. And you can take Gideon, Boris and all your Bullingdon chums with you. Good riddance to the lot of them!
On 4 Oct 2014 at 5:54am lewes born and bred wrote:
I have no affiliation to any political party, i'll always vote for the ones who will do best for me and my family.
However, i quite like David Cameron as a person, he seems a decent bloke who enjoys a pint and watching the football. I felt the same about Tony Blair. I detest the sight and sound of Ed Milliband and Nick Clegg...both wishy-washy feeble men.
That's all !!!
On 4 Oct 2014 at 7:02am Phfellow2004 wrote:
Monty Cute, this class thing is running a bit thin these days. Don't forget though that the top 4 UKIP people were also educated at top English public schools:
Farage Dulwich College
Reckless Marlborough College
Sir Stuart Wheeler (donor) Eton College
On 4 Oct 2014 at 8:04am Monty video wrote:
we need a PM with vision
On 4 Oct 2014 at 4:12pm Sussex Jim wrote:
Don't forget that John Major started off as a bus conductor in Brixton.
On 5 Oct 2014 at 10:44am skeptical green wrote:
I always thought Major was a (complete) banker (NatWest)