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86 seconds of Clarence Mitchell - if you want to see him

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Post by Tony Bennett on 06.04.10 18:35

Look at this short 2min-20sec clip on YouTube of David Cameron addressing his supporters at Conservative Central Office:

...and you'll see a smug, self-satisfied Clarence Mitchell for a whole 86 seconds...

Look when the camera pans to the right at 42 secs to 54 secs - look to the extreme left of shot...

Again at 58 secs to 1 min - 6 secs...

and finally a feast for your eyes for over a minute from 1 min - 8 secs until 2 min - 14 secs, very near the end.

The most amusing thing about it is that as Cameron rather vacuously declares: "The country is crying out for change - and we're going to give them they change they crave", visible throughout is an over-confident Mitchell stroking his puffed-out tummy.

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Post by Cherry on 06.04.10 18:50

wish I hadnt watched that now before my dinner! puke

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Post by ufercoffy on 06.04.10 19:17

Very yuk indeed.

Funny how he jumped ship from Labour to Conservative as though the great McCann cover up is set to continue.

Well, I won't be voting conservative that's for sure.

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