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What will Cameron be remembered for?

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Post by Richard IV on 12.07.16 21:37

The first thing that comes to mind as far as I`m concerned is

1. A pig`s head

2. A Bullingdon Club bully - parliament has become more aggressive and nasty during his leadership.

3. A liar, broken promises

4. Austerity, causing poverty and harrowing times mainly to the working class

5. Gay marriage (which I don`t agree with anyway)

6. Ruining the NHS

That`ll do for now, but I`m sure the jolly old BBC will be scraping the barrel to say how wonderful he`s been.
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Post by MayMuse on 12.07.16 21:54

@Richard IV wrote:The first thing that comes to mind as far as I`m concerned is

1. A pig`s head

2. A Bullingdon Club bully - parliament has become more aggressive and nasty during his leadership.

3. A liar, broken promises

4. Austerity, causing poverty and harrowing times mainly to the working class

5. Gay marriage (which I don`t agree with anyway)

6. Ruining the NHS

That`ll do for now, but I`m sure the jolly old BBC will be scraping the barrel to say how wonderful he`s been.
7. Leaving his child in the pub!

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Post by willowthewisp on 13.07.16 0:13

Not knowing what his Father had left him in the Tax Haven,until MSM reporters carried the story and a very close relationship to the Rupert Murdoch Employees, persuading him "That we'er all in this together"moments,Operation Grange?

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Post by No, Dave, YOU go! on 13.07.16 6:28

Starting the EU Referendum and not having the balls to implement it for the people who voted him in.

Increase in the use of foodbanks.

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Post by Guest61 on 13.07.16 6:31

Taking a major role in starting a purge on the disabled which would see hundreds of them take their own lives ....unforgivable.
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Post by Good riddance, Dave on 13.07.16 6:38

Cheesey holiday photoshoots

Bedroom tax

Using his son, Ivan, to get sympathy for himself. Vile man.
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Post by Guest61 on 13.07.16 6:43

For constantly referring to an evil cult as   "the religion of peace"
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Post by sharonl on 13.07.16 8:22

Horse riding, LOL text messages to Rebekah Brooks, his support of the McCann abduction tales and his correspondence with both the McCanns and some of us who have written to him.  One day his letters may be published.


And, the cowardly way he gave into threats from his so called friend and neighbour, Rebekah Brooks when he spent millions of pounds of our money pretending to search for Madeleine under a bogus investigation.

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Post by Guest61 on 13.07.16 8:24

Waffling !
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Post by Project Fear on 13.07.16 8:49

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Post by whatsupdoc on 13.07.16 9:02

@sharonl wrote:Horse riding, LOL text messages to Rebekah Brooks, his support of the McCann abduction tales and his correspondence with both the McCanns and some of us who have written to him.  One day his letters may be published.


And, the cowardly way he gave into threats from his so called friend and neighbour, Rebekah Brooks when he spent millions of pounds of our money pretending to search for Madeleine under a bogus investigation.

Yes, all of that and going to Brussels and coming home with nothing.

LOLs from the HoL next...
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Post by aquila on 13.07.16 9:24

...believing the PR gurus were somehow correct in showing himself, his wife and various political people in....kitchens! which might endear him to the British public who couldn't give a rat's behind what his kitchen looks like - in fact it's the soup kitchens and food banks that bother most decent people.











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Post by Richard IV on 13.07.16 9:28

Oh dear - can`t we think of anything positive to say about poor old Dave.

Hasn`t he done anything good for our country?

Thought of another one - Widened the gap between rich and poor.

On a slight tangent - I keep wondering where all the world`s money has gone, seeing that nearly every country is suffering from austerity.  Apologies for having a simple mind.
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Post by Google.Gaspar.Statements on 13.07.16 9:40

@Richard IV wrote:Oh dear - can`t we think of anything positive to say about poor old Dave.



I'd say that was positive.

If it's true.
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Post by cheapskate on 13.07.16 9:50

Despite his wealth he bought a £1,495 Nissan Micra for his wife  big grin
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Post by Mirage on 13.07.16 9:54

It will be quite a while before I lose that earworm "It's  the right thing to do-ooo" .

 An infuriatingly high-handed absolutism, it exemplified his ingrained sense of superiority. He drew on this convenient tool to shut down debate/questioning again and again. Usually before turning on his heel and power-exiting with his nose in the air, whoosh...gone.

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Post by Richard IV on 13.07.16 9:58

Starting nearly every spinning session with "Let us be clear ..."
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Post by Equity on 13.07.16 10:57

His favourite starter...

Hubris with Crudités?

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Post by Mirage on 13.07.16 11:37

With regard to his wife, I read yesterday that this wardobe advisor she hired at the taxpayers' expense, on a salary of£53k pa, is now going to be invoved in her new fashion enterprise. How convenient!


They still don't  get it. 

I think the country is one almighty powder keg of anger and heading for serious civil unrest.

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Post by Verdi on 13.07.16 12:09

Why does the electorate wait until someone is kicked off the podium before venting their spleen?  The electorate voted the Tory party into power last general election, if Cameron and his cabinet members (it's not all down to him remember) failed to live up to the nations expectations why wait until now to start complaining.

Typical British complacency - let it all wash over you until it's too late.  Why not take an active part by doing something positive to prevent the rot setting in - if you've got a grievance take it to your local MP, the person you elected to represent your constituency?

Trouble is, the majority of people don't want the bother of being involved with the running of the country, they prefer do nothing sit back and wait for a good old moan - myself included!

Let's wait and see how Theresa May performs - not too happy at present about promoting the sisterhood!?!  That's not a sexist comment, it's a rational interpretation of how I see the future government developing - any room on board for Rebekah?

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Post by Verdi on 13.07.16 12:20

Oh - and pay no heed to what's reported by the press - it's but one mammoth propaganda machine primarily designed to misinform.

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Post by willowthewisp on 13.07.16 13:09

When elected to Government,Conservative with the Liberals,National debt was only One Trillion Pounds(2010) now Six years Later the deficit is £1.70Trillion Pounds an increase in National debt of over 70% in six Years,dodgy Dave,Yep?

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Post by whatsupdoc on 13.07.16 13:38

@willowthewisp wrote:When elected to Government,Conservative with the Liberals,National debt was only One Trillion Pounds(2010) now Six years Later the deficit is £1.70Trillion Pounds an increase in National debt of over 70% in six Years,dodgy Dave,Yep?

Most of us think in terms of one pound and seventy pence.
0.70 Trillion is 700 Billion pounds. I've thought for a long time Chancers of the Exchequer don't know a pound coin from a shirt button.   winkwink

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Post by jeanmonroe on 13.07.16 16:15

Who's Cameron?

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Post by willowthewisp on 13.07.16 16:18

@jeanmonroe wrote:Who's Cameron?
He plays for Norwich, who were relegated from the Premiership?

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