July 6th, 2012

Vote-Loser Cameron Suffers Exodus From Tory Party

David Cameron has taken a battering on the blogs today with both ConservativeHome and LabourList revealing damaging new statistics about the PM’s waning popularity. Polling undertaken by Lord Ashcroft has found that a staggering 43% of  ConservativeHome readers see Cameron as a vote-loser, with a paltry 36% backing his electoral prowess. ConservativeHome gunning for Dave is ominous in the long-term. He has been warned…

LabourList is pushing a Commons report that shows membership of the Conservative Party has dropped by almost a third since Cameron became leader. The slump is pretty damning even considering that membership is usually cyclical, rising before a new leader is chosen and falling afterwards – hence why Labour’s membership numbers seem relatively flattering. Holding a leadership election to boost the coffers seems a tad extreme…


  1. 1
    Tony Blair says:

    Make way


    • 58
      Neil Notso Young says:

      for the Cripple Creek Ferry


    • 67

      William Hague is a better choice

      There is too much B£iar in Dave


    • 99
      Grrr says:

      Jee wizz

      They put a wet, metrosexual, spineless, non-Tory who speaks like Blair and behaves like a BBC Leftie – in charge of the Tory party and people leave.


      Whatever next, are they going to put Tebbit in charge of Labour?


    • 177
      Anonymous says:

      Give us a referendum you arogant twat


    • 185
      Popeye says:

      Anyone is better for the Tories than limpy Cameron.


    • 188
      Anonymous says:

      The Times they are a changing

      Come all the electorate throughout the UK
      It’s time to ignore what the LIBLABCON say
      Lets face it these parties have all had their day
      Our politics need rearranging
      So go out and vote UKIP lets sweep them away
      For the times they are a changing

      Not one of them listens to our point of view
      They’d sooner give our cash to the EU
      So lets kick them out and try something new
      We can’t afford this lot remaining
      Political rethink is long overdue
      For the times they are a changing

      They lied about Lisbon and promised a vote
      There all Europhiles and in the same boat
      Their treachery just bring a lump to my throat
      As each other they just keep blaming
      So send them a message and let them take note
      That the times they are a changing

      We will no longer tolerate lies being told
      Tax breaks for the rich but more tax for the old
      Ruled from the EU and our birthrights sold
      They ignore us when we are complaining
      If we all vote UKIP there out in the cold
      For the times they all need changing

      Vote UKIP


  2. 2
    Camilla Parker-Starney says:

    I don’t know what he’s trying to do in government.

    He seems to be adrift, floating on a sea of excrement created by Labour.


    • 6
      harryg says:

      he should try to do as little as possible and anything he does do should be about freeing people from government rather than making more rules for them to follow.


      • 62
        Anonymous says:

        Maybe if his government showed they cared about the individuals instead of backing the corrupt giants they would get the support they needed.
        Especially when the corrupt giant is financed by them.

        Just a few examples cases would be enough to show they even recognise the significance of voters.
        It would also put a stop to the acceptance of corruption that has stifled growth in this country.

        Time to be seen to look after the people.


        • 94
          DWWolds says:

          That’s absolute nonsense. If, by the “corrupt giant” you mean the City and, in particular, the bankers it was Brown who had a Faustian pact with them: whilst they paid the taxes to pay to enable him to bribe of the electorate he ignored their excesses.


          • Anonymous says:

            NO. The corruption is seeping into all organizations. What is so special about the city that you think it is the only place that has gone bad.

            Individuals need to know they can concentrate on making a business without some government institution destroying their efforts. It seems currently deaths and injuries are acceptable if it does not interfere with their plans.


    • 9
      Mornington Crescent says:

      To be fair, it’s partly because he’s hamstrung by this wretched coalition arrangement – another reason to call the LDs bluff on this Lords Reform threat this morning and let them walk out. Enough’s enough – tell ‘em to eff off and call a GE.

      But the problem is broader than that: all 3 parties are losing members. Why? Quite simply because they’re all shite.


      • 40
        misterned says:

        That would be illegal. Since the Fixed Parliaments Act came into force. The tories can’t call an election till 2015. They could break the coalition agreement though if they so wished.


        • 63
          Anonymous says:

          Another one of Dave’s great ideas!


        • 89
          Felix says:

          Wrong. A GE can be called before 2015 if 75% of MP’s back a vote of no confidence. Therefore, if the coalition breaks down, cameron can call an election, but it all depends on Millibands approval.


      • 111
        Anonymous says:

        Not quite true. Cameron is as Liberal as Clegg.

        I suspect the government would be much the same if it were just a minority Tory one.


      • 199
        Anonymous says:

        I agree about the co alition.Im glad we havent got another Labour Government as i shudder to think what sort of mess we would be in now, the Labour shadow front bench are dire. The Libdems seem to be given a lot of say, for not much contribution. As a matter of interest, people i work with (in the NHS) like what David Cameron is saying about almost everything !


        • 207
          I Hate Tesco AND the Pope says:

          Order Order, the Guido Blog, is now the Anonymous Blog. With PS in charge we know where we are, but now…..? Does anyone know who this full-time, obsessive nutter is, or who pays him to sit on his arse all day? One theory said it could be that nasty, overweight sidekick of the One-Eyed Scottish Fuckwit. You know the one. Any other ideas?


    • 17
      UKIP.i.am says:

      I was very patient with Cameron for quite a while but he has failed to promote real Tory policies. His main priority was to cut public spending and he hasn’t even managed that. OK so he is hampered by the dog Clegg, yapping at his heels and straining his lead but that doesn’t excuse his poor performance.

      How he could seemingly have got on the wrong side of the Murdoch debate and banking scandals could only happen to a born loser. The Tories would be heading for a landslide victory at the next election if they had a good, honest speaking PM who was not looking at the latest poll figures all the time. Thatcher didn’t get three election victories by pussyfooting around.


      • 49
        The General Public says:


        For all the obsession with focus groups and polls neither Cameron, nor anyone in his coterie of clueless advisors, has worked out that every time he acts like a Tory, his poll ratings surge.

        There are far too many people around Cameron who seriously think that Twitter is representative of the opinions of the general public. You might as well base policy around which Big Brother contestant its voters respond best to.


      • 114
        Hugh Janus says:

        Spot on. And his unpopularity should not come as any surprise to the party; he is so obviously out of touch with those who – like me – misguidedly voted for his party. Such a situation can only have one outcome. In the meantime there is now nothing he can say or do that would persuade me to vote Conservative while he is at the helm.


        • 208
          I Hate Tesco AND the Pope says:

          You’re not wrong, HJ. My friends and I had an impromptu meeting last weekend and every one of those who voted for Cameron is intending to put the cross somewhere else next time. We can’t even move to France now. The future is black. The future is Ded Milibland. Oh, fuck……….


      • 172
        mood moderator says:

        she didn’t win 3 elections by being naive and she wasn’t in a coalition…he has not been able to help his core vote as much as he would like but to write him off because he hasn’t managed to create nirvana in 2 years is a nonsense….we could still be watching gordon running the country. Like him or loathe him at least hes not an international embarrassment.


    • 23
      Trundlemaster says:

      The Sea of Excrement may be Labour’s but Cameron’s boat is lubricated by the piss flowing from the Lib Dems.

      I was pleased to see the end of the Labour government but I’m mightily disappointed with Cameron. He is not he Conservative PM that many of us voted for and hoped for.

      The only good thing to come out of the Coalition disaster is the fact that the Lib Dems have been exposed for what they are.

      On the national stage a party cannot be one thing to one group and another thing to another group which appears to have been Lib Dem policy when they were primarily a local government party.


    • 54
      Engineer says:

      His most popular moment was when he refused to join the Euro bailout stitch-up. There’s a lesson in that, methinks.


      • 93
        Trundlemaster says:

        Engineer you are right there. The surge in support when he stood up to the Euros should have told him which side his bread is buttered. Other ways Cameron could improve his standing would be to:

        Stop immigration
        Fight back against Islamic extremism
        Cut unnecessary state spending
        Reduce taxes
        Tackle voter fraud in certain areas
        Deal with the entitlement culture
        Sort out the leftist entryism into education, social services, BBC etc etc.
        Call a referendum (in / out) on the EU
        Back our manufacturing industries (you can’t have an economy built around sandwich bars.)
        Beef up the criminal justice system
        Repeal the Human Rights Act
        Drop the divisive Gay Marriage proposal (there is already de facto equality with the introduction of civil partnerships)

        Basically act like a responsible reasonable Conservative instead of a simulacrum of the Lib Dems. Until then every time I look at a picture of Cameron I will see it morphing into a picture of Heath.


        • 101
          What a Plonker. says:

          He just does not get it.


          • Anon Hacked off Voter !! says:

            He never will until he’s kicked out of Downing Street as a down hearted Son of Bliar……….


        • 173
          nellie's trunk says:

          I’m struggling to see where he hasn’t at least tried to addres the issues you mention in some way or other….what do you think his motivation actually is….he gets up each day thinking to himself….what can I do today to piss the electorate off and make a fuck up of being tory leader….get real.


        • 193
          Anonymous says:

          Cameron passed Labour’s equality act.
          Cameron isn’t stupid, Cameron is a traitor.
          Every Conservative government allows the reduction of our armed forces and the transfer of British wealth, technology and industry overseas.


  3. 3
    Call me Dave says:

    The pink vote will save me


    • 29
      Camoron's sycophantic butler says:

      Don’t forget HS2, Dave, Sir! Using a borrowed £32billion to build a railway that no one wants or needs, right across what’s left of the English countryside, that’s a vote-winner, Sir, for sure, Sir!

      And promising to end immigration, but actually increasing it! The folks will love that, Sir!

      And shutting-down hospitals and sacking the army, and diverting the money to India’s space programme. That’s a sure-fire winner, Sir!


      • 48
        misterned says:

        Don’t forget the wind-farms and labour’s equality act which cameron pushed through in his first days as PM, which forces employers to be racist and sexist against white males and his kow-towing to the EU more than labour did.


      • 85
        Maximus says:

        And keep with the mammoth quantative sl/easing, even though it’s stripping seniors of their hard-earned pensions and preventing house prices falling to realistic levels. And the foreign aid spending, a truly magnanimous gesture with the money saved by putting every disabled thru the mill just to weed out the milkers. What fantastic concept. Guaranteed world-saving.


      • 174
        nellie's trunk says:

        prefer gordon ?


    • 30
      Call me Dave II says:

      Ken Clarke said he’d vote for me. He likes my jobs-for-pensioners policy.


      • 121
        Anon Hacked off Voter !! says:

        Yes CMD, The One Term, Tory Toff Liar, has really inspired a great following ….rather like lemmings about to commit a mass suicide……

        You can’t change a cast in Iron Blue Labour moulded PM like him

        VOTE UKIP !!! but of course he could abolish that right we still have as part of EUSSR dictate.


  4. 4
    harryg says:

    He’s an improvement on Blair/Brown but he’s not really a Farage style conservative which all but the most swivel-eyed Trots want.


  5. 5

    Conservative Party?

    Had no idea it still existed.


  6. 7
    Dave says:

    What the country needs is a good war! First Syria, then Iran and then WWIII. See if people are still bothered about bailed-out bankers and bent cops then, eh?!


  7. 8
    Sophie says:

    Good morning all.

    I am one of the thousands who have left the Conservative Party.

    I left because of David Cameron. He is a Europhile & a Liberal Democrat.

    He is son of Heath & I utterly reject him as Tory leader.

    I have now joined UKIP.

    I will vote UKIP at every opportunity – even if it gives Labour victory.

    Conservatives should ask themsekves this:

    If Cameron could not win against Brown, what on earth makes you think he can win a majority in 2015?

    Vote UKIP until the Tory MPs put down their expense claim forms & do something.


    • 11











      might vote UKIP











    • 25
      strewthsayer says:

      Enjoy your vote. Voting UKIP to give a Labour victory, would probably be the last time you will ever be voting for anything , ever again.


      • 41
        Call me Dave II says:

        Strewthsayer misses the point that Lib, Lab and Con are all much the same.


      • 47
        Ex-Tory says:

        LibLabCon no difference. Just petty squabbles over minor issues to fool idiots like you. Keep voting for them if you want continuity socialist government. UKIP are the only party offering libertarian conservatism.


      • 64
        misterned says:

        Enjoy your vote, voting conservative would mean that you would probably never be able to cast a meaningful vote ever again too.

        How on earth do I vote to save this country from EU takeover (and then the Islamic takeover following the accession of Turkey to the EU?)

        What party am I supposed to vote for to vote for Eurosceptics? I cannot vote to support my country by voting conservative, labour and liberal, so come on tories, WHO THE FUCK SHOULD I VOTE FOR???

        UKIP are the ONLY national party dedicated to giving us a real, binding, in or out referendum on the EU. The ONLY party standing up for the aspirational working class, the only party offering conservative policies on tax and spend and education and defence etc….

        so any people who still foolishly support Cameron or the “conservative party” WHO THE FUCK SHOULD I VOTE FOR???


      • 68
        A real conservative says:

        To vote for UKIP you have to have a snarling hate for Germans.


        • 79
          Anonymous says:

          Says Farage, who is married to a German.


        • 123
          Steve Lloyd. says:

          Or maybe just a love of your country. A country that is being systematically, cynically and comprehensibly destroyed, by the Liblabcon cabal.

          People who feel they have nothing left to lose, can be forgiven for taking the nuclear option.


        • 194
          Anonymous says:

          I use a pencil.


      • 73
        Ex Conservative says:

        It makes a lot of sense to vote UKIP.

        The Cons are going to lose the next General Election. There’s can no doubt about that. It is over for them in 2015. So a vote for the Cons is a wasted vote – you might as well throw your voting paper in the bin.

        However, a vote for UKIP is emphatically NOT a wasted vote. It is a kick in the nads for Dave. Every single UKIP vote is a clear message to the Cons that they will lose elections if they have left-wing Europhile out-of-touch leaders who couldn’t are less about the Cons’ core vote.


        • 92
          strewthsayer says:

          100% of nothing still remains nothing.
          Farage is just a one man band.


          • Grrr says:

            >The Cons are going to lose the next General Election. There’s can no doubt about that.


            George Bush won two elections as a NeoCon.
            Howard won 4 elections in Australia as a NeoCon.

            Cameron barely screapes through one election as a wet Leftie semi-Conservative


      • 77
        Anonymous says:

        Pity you don’t know how to play the long game. Vote UKIP, Tories lose, Tories get rid of Cameron and purge the party of his acolytes, appoint someone more attuned to the views of conservative mainstream Britain, Tories win and start unravelling Nu Labour and Coalition mess. Minimum three election wins on the bounce.Easy to do when you can look beyond last weeks focus group findings.


      • 187
        Anonymous says:

        You cheat yourself by not voting for what you desire and believe,cowardly and dem.eaning of democracy


    • 46
      Anonymous says:

      I’m asking themsekves this and still getting no answer


    • 56
      taC eht abbaJ says:

      “Vote UKIP until the Tory MPs put down their expense claim forms & do something.”

      It is now months since Farage claimed to have lost his expenses paperwork on the way to the accountants, and he is still the only southern MEP not to have published his expenses.

      Guess Farage is now too fat on our money to get all four trotters and his snout out of the EUSSR expenses trough?


    • 75
      knobby says:

      i will vote ukip as a tory vote is a vote for toff clown bullies,even labour are better than this pack of Hunts,and that is some achievement i never would have thought possible a few years ago….utter spineless EU loving cowards


    • 116
      Hugh Janus says:

      Well said Sophie!


    • 175
      nellie's trunk says:

      sorry to see you go sophie


  8. 10
    ed balls says:

    Unfortunately, that still leaves 30% who have yet to make their mind up.


  9. 13
    low flying seagull says:

    H2B but following Brown


  10. 14
    WVS says:


    You mean a shallow pr man from inherited wealth with no real life experience has not captured the imagination of the working class Tories like me?

    Get over yourself – really?


  11. 15
    David Cameron (Leader of the Nasty Party) says:

    This topic calls for a judge led enquiry.

    Paging Mr Leveson…….


    • 52
      Not surprised says:

      Judicial !!! What’s wrong with the word Judicial? Promoted by the BBC for the hard of understanding!


  12. 16
    Jimmy says:

    Clock is ticking. Soon be our turn again. Thank you Dave.


  13. 18
    Toner Cartridge says:

    It is such a pity, because when it first started governing, the coalition was actually supported by a mojority of the British people. Cameron could have done so many useful things, like reforming local government (he failed by leaving Eric Pickles in place), making serious in roads into the national debt (in fact he’s increased it), pulling troops out of Afghanistan (the war drifts on expensively achieving zero), holding a referendum on the EU, reforming education (only half done by Michae Gove, who, to be fair, has impressed me over the Building for Schools issue), cutting the costs in the NHS, and made serious cuts to the welfare budget and the subsidy to millionaire landords which housing benefits have turned into. Others will no doubt have their own projects and can legitamately disagree, but the point is, this government is simply drifting along and has squandered its mandate. Add to that the tinkering over VAT on pasties and other irrelevant battles and we really must question Cameron’s fitness as a leader.


    • 43
      UKIP.i.am says:

      Just about sums it up nicely.


    • 70
      Hayfor Cheete says:

      Anything involving the LibDems was always going to end up as a failure


    • 103
    • 104
      Devil's Dumplings says:

      + several thousands. Call me Dave should have been a shoe-in for several elections – he was presented with Liebour’s ar$e on plate and he’s completely muffed it. Big time!

      Jeez, with the likes of ‘There’s no money left’ notes and all the other ammunition left by the Maximum Imbecile and his cronies Wavy Dave – even with the dead weight of Glegg around his neck – should have been unassailable for eons. Every ‘budget adjustment’ should have been suffixed with a snappy Strap Line to remind the Sheeple of where this mess stemmed from (something like: ‘Thank you Gordon for making this necessary’). Instead we have the Tories always on the back foot, defending against lightweight Millitwit and Labour’s broadcast arm – the BBC. And that’s another unforgiveable sin, not excising that left-wing Cancer.


      • 128
        Anon Hacked off Voter !! says:

        what do you expect with a Blue Labour Chairman of the BBC (Dis)Trust who was put in place by his bed fellow, CMD,The One Term,Tory Toff Liar.

        BTW Have you seen how FAT Chris Patten has become in a short space of time since being continually nurtured by the free flowing TV Licence Payers Teat, he will soon be fatter than the inflated AH Prescott……..


    • 136
      green ink says:

      we could still have gordon…cameron you’re an angel


    • 178
      green ink says:

      too harsh a judgement…. too early in the cycle


  14. 19
    Are you crazy? says:

    Why would anyone join a political party in the first place?


    • 27
      Tax Exile says:

      Because you drink too much gin and are casually racist? Tory time.

      Because you hate others getting ahead and shirk in the public sector. Join Labour.

      Because you have no friends? Lib Dem.


  15. 20
    Schards says:

    Right wing blog readers in not liking centralist leader shock


  16. 21
    By the way, the M*Canns spent money donated by the public on a plasma TV says:

    A South African property developer claims Ma*eleine M*Cann’s body was buried near the site of her disappearance and that he has found her grave.

    Stephen Birch says ground radar scans he made with specialist equipment have been passed to Scotland Yard, who are conducting an investigative review of the case.

    He told Sky News: “All I want to do is solve the mystery and bring closure to Ma*eleine’s family. I am convinced she lies where I have scanned.


  17. 22
    Penfold says:

    Hardly surprising, given that the man is not a Tory.

    He is rather, a lost eurocentrist.


    • 44
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      Yes, and Miliband isn’t a ‘socialist’ and Clegg isn’t a ‘liberal democrat’ and the Soviet Union wasn’t ‘communist’. Odd how things are always not what they say they are.


  18. 24
    The voice of reason says:

    The Tories are fucked, roll on 2015. Forget about UKIP, the only party to have ever had a referendum on European membership: the Labour Party.


    • 66
      No-one under 55 has ever been asked says:

      Before my time.


    • 127
      Mike Oxenfire says:

      Yes, and that was a typical Liebour party con, too. The people of Britain thought they were voting to stay in a “common market” for trading, not a shabby, corrupt political union.


    • 145
      Trundlemaster says:

      I’m not going to vote for the party that buggered up our country socially and economically just on the off chance that Labour ‘might’ hold a referendum.

      If someone mugs you in the street you don’t go back and say please Mr Mugger can I have some more.


  19. 26
    Call me Dave says:

    I’m expecting the members to all do a U turn and come back


    • 130
      Anon Hacked off Voter !! says:

      Dream On, You Utter Fcuking Blue Labour Dreamer,

      You are just a One Term, Tory Toff Liar………..Good Bye…


    • 201
      A country turns says:

      Please piss off and join your mentor Bliar.

      You had a chance to make a difference and you fucked it up.

      You’re worse than even Heath or Callaghan.

      Ghastly to contemplate Wallace will be more acceptable than you.


  20. 28
    Ex-Tory says:

    The membership is lower than 177k. I believe that figure includes ‘friends’ of the Party. 10yrs a member and activist. Now, I despise them, apart from a few backbenchers. We have LibLabCon continuity socialist Govt. UKip for me.


  21. 32
    misterned says:

    IF the tories want to stand any change of victory at the next election, they need to get rid of Cameron, implement an EU membership referendum before the Lisbon Treaty fully comes into force in 2014, break up the BBC, scrap the licence fee and kick out the Lib Dems.


    • 71
      Bardirect says:

      Alternatively to keep his name on the door Cameron needs to wise up, grow some, and next weeks predicted reshuffle should involve the positions of the Deputy Prime Minister, “Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills”, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Secretary of State for Scotland, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, etc. and continue with a minority government.


  22. 35
    The Solution says:

    Boris not ukip.


  23. 37
    A Firm Pair Of Breasts says:

    Anyone but Dave…..


  24. 39
    Cato Street Conspirator says:

    Cameron is an absolute tosser. The days of the Old Etonians running things ended with Alec Douglas-Home. Pity the Tories didn’t realise that.


  25. 57
    Gordon Brown says:

    I’m ready to lead again.


  26. 60
    Tomorrow's Chip Wrapper says:

    That’s what happens when you elect a Liberal as leader of the Tory Party


  27. 61
    Jimbo says:

    Cameron has never been a true Conservate and never will be, the real facts are that he is Blair Mk 2, right up to getting involved with illegal wars. His judgement is clouded by his own importance and does not think of this Country or its people, only about himself.
    He promised a referendum on Europe and lied, it is time for him to go, the sooner the better.


    • 97
      Cato Street Conspirator says:

      ‘… does not think of this Country or its people, only about himself.’

      Surely that self-interest makes him a prime example of a Tory.


      • 105

        No. It merely underlines that he’s better suited to the Labour front bench


      • 163
        Jimbo says:

        Today’s Tories maybe. A true Tory makes wealth which tricklesdown to a load of lazy tossers living on benefits, believes in, and fights for freedom of speech, even though it may be painful and unpopular at times, believe in low taxes,honesty and integrity.
        Unlike those of the Labour and Libdumbs, who make up most of the lazy benefit collectors who want to stop free speech through political correctness and “Common Purpose”, always wanting to raise taxes to pay for more lazy benefit wasters. Look what Labour has done to this Country, just look at the last Prime Mentalist,sold our gold for 270 dollars an ounce and look what it is worth now ! Then there was Blair, biggest liar that was born and guess what Cameron is no different.
        Step Forward the Real Conservatives, please.


    • 142
      Laughing Out Loud says:

      I liked the joke that the Tories thought they were getting Blair Mark 2, but instead got Blair Grade 2.


  28. 69
    knobby says:

    Hunteron should resign as he is a spineless twat liar


  29. 74
    tottenham chutzpah says:

    are the evacuees going anywhere?

    or are they just angry about losing their illusions?


  30. 76
    illogical says:

    Exodus would imply a Moses.
    With Mel Brooks in retirement I assume you are banking on Rebekkah leading them towards a promised land


  31. 83
    Eric Pickles says:

    Puff I’m Puff Available Wheeze now Puff I’ve Wheeze sorted Parp out Puff the Wheeze councils


  32. 86
    Andy Marr is a jug eared wanker says:

    I think people are going to be shocked at how popular UKIP is going to be in England at the next election. Dave is an utterly dismal failure and a national embarrassment, what kind of a mong reduces the number of soldiers in a global climate of war?


  33. 87
    Nick Clegg says:

    I am the Queen maker


  34. 88
    Steve Miliband says:

    It’s a fucking coalition government. What do you expect? The Hanging Gardens of Babylon? Herds of Wildebeast majestically sweeping across the veldt?


  35. 95
    David Cameron on Stars In Their Eyes says:

    Tonight, Matthew, I’m going to be a Tory.


  36. 102
    albacore says:

    Once upon a time there were Labour and Tory
    (Well, the kids should be told a good fairy story)
    And it ever so matters if you vote Dave or Ed
    After all, one is red and the other is…red


  37. 107
    Anonymous says:

    To be fair, he’s a vote winner for Milliband.

    A achievement that seems quite staggering the more you think about it.


  38. 112
    SteveS says:

    His only chance now is a collapse of the Euro which will enable him to start acting to call an election on the important question of restoring national soverienty immediately due to the collapse of the EU and its institutions. This is becoming a possibility now – Spain back over 7%, Italy back of 6%, the Finns saying they will never share liability for other countries debt and that leaving the Euro is very much an option (stick that in you irrevesible pipe and smoke it Barroso and Company), and the German establishment and public sentiment turning against the save the Euro at all costs approach.

    This thing is going to collapse soon and when it does it will collapse quickly taking the whole EU with it. Dave can win if he gets the opportunity to pull out of the coalition to ask an important question of the people – in or out?? If Clegg and Milliband try and prevent it, they will be electoral toast when 2015 does come around.


    • 135
      Anon Hacked off Voter !! says:

      Yes One big Problem with what I believe is your correct EU analysis of events and
      its CMD !! who has No spine & No Balls & never will a long as he has a hole in his a*se

      He does not get it & never will ….its all PR smoke & mirrors & always will be , he’s
      BLUE Labour thru & thru……& he will not change that. end of….

      Harold Macmillan once said “Its Events Dear Boy Events………”

      The Heir to Bliar will soon find that out…….


      • 204
        A country turns says:

        Spot on.
        Whatever happens, CMD won’t turn it to anyone’s advantage because his judgement is useless, he is not a Tory and he’s more interested in how he looks at the Chipping Norton Huntry Fair.


  39. 113

    Its all going to plan for Labour. Brown had an inkling that a fourth term was unlikely so he embarked upon his scorched earth policy.

    He knew it would take a determined radical to clean up the devastation he left behind and that Cameron was not that man.

    Brown engineered a one term Tory (coalition as it turned out) government.

    He might be insane but he ain’t stupid.


    • 124
      Gawd Help Us says:

      That doesn’t tie up with the fact that they had to virtually prise his fingers off the No 10 door frame with a crowbar.


    • 148
      green ink says:

      in your dreams…brown was the wrong man from inception…an incompetent chancellor and a laughing stock of a PM


      • 164

        Brown was an utter disgrace and embarrassment as PM. The British people came way down the list of his priorities.

        Everything he said or did was geared toward political advantage for his party and disadvatage for the Tories.

        Aided by Balls and co they have left a minefield calculated to make a following government unpopular and unelectable.

        If an election were held tomorrow the polls indicate that Cameron would lose and MilliBalls would win….and Lord have mercy on us all.


  40. 118
    Owain Glyndwr says:

    Do not forget for Cameron being PM is just a stepping to stone to greater offices within the EU


    • 126
      Wavey Davey Camoron says:

      That and I was born to rule.

      This is my country. It belongs to me. And I’m going to cover it in con*crete and fill it with immi*grants. And then sell it to the EU.

      Haw haw haw haw!


      • 143
        Anon Hacked off Voter !! says:

        BUT when the EUSSR House of Cards collapses under the shear weight of its own created mountain stinking excrement, where will CMD & the rest of HoC EU loving Bum Boys go then ???

        Perhaps the Great Unwashed will then take to the streets & dish out there own form of retribution on the Pimps & Parasites who have created & nurtured this EUSSR dictatorship ….

        Remember “It can & will Happen Here”


    • 200
      Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein says:

      Don’t you mean orifices?


  41. 125

    I don’t give a fuck anymore Camoron is the worst PM this country has had , and yes i did vote for him
    He promised everything and delivered fuck all
    everything he promised before the GE he has gone back on
    sooner the real tories come to their senses and get rid the better
    the man is an incompetent fool how the hell could he be so fuckin stupid to get himself stuck in the middle of the Murdoch/ Coulson affair despite all the warnings he chose to ignore ?
    he listens to no one , and does what he believes is best For Dave

    Get rid quick , and kick Giddeon’s arse out with him


  42. 131
    post hoc says:

    Utter rot. Cameron is a fine PM and this is all just noise!


  43. 137
    Synic says:

    Hey Dave — just ignore all this criticism and nonsense about the economy — carry on pushing for the important things like gay marriage, there’s a good chap.


  44. 138
    National Socialist says:

    Isn’t the problem lack of experience? When Blair won in 97 Camoron and Gideon still had short trousers on, and neither of them have done anything since.
    They have absolutely no idea how to run the country. Have either run a company, or achieved something momentous? No.


  45. 139
    They're migrating to Ukip says:

    He has been warned.


    • 149
      Screwed taxpayer says:

      Can’t wait to hear and see Nigel F. dissecting Dave in the same manner as he regularly picks over Rumpuy-Pumpy’s cadaver.


      • 160
        Earwig O again says:

        Good idea. Can we persuade dopy Dave to pay a visit to the Europarliament like Brown did?


    • 152
      Anon Hacked off Voter !! says:

      That’s right they are picking up more & more momentum everyday as the UKIP wagon gathers pace, despite the concerted efforts of the Biased Broadcasting Company aka BBC & lead from the front by BLUE Labours Chris Patten who seems tobe getting FATTER by the day suckling on the free flowing TV Licence Payers teat.

      The BBC is doing its best to discredit & destroy UKIP as they want & need ZanuLieLabor back in Downing Street before 2015 & they will not allow UKIP to become a serious challenge to there mission of getting Milliepeed The Minor plus all the rest of the ZanuLieLabor deviants back to where they should rightfully be controlling our county for ever !!


      • 161
        Earwig O again says:

        Actually, I think most of them deserve to be in jail rather than controlling the country.


  46. 144
    Jimmy says:

    Not to worry. Less than three years of this left now. How much harm can he do? It’ll be a relief to get back to normal.


    • 151
      oh wise one... says:

      the theory of the deluded leading the stupid ?


    • 184

      Sadly once the seeds of darkness have been sown they can germinate. The negative side of this governments policies even if they stopped today would take years to remedy. After threee more years Cameron will have succeeded in changing attitudes, but not wholy for the better the way he seems to expect.

      It amazes me how he thinks that during a time of economic turmoil he expects such a level of change to actually work in a mature nation. Had an economic recovery come which offered plenty of well paid jobs he may have stood a fair chance. He would have been far better advised to perform precision surgery rather than wholesale change. All sorts of good reasons why this government of ours has made a monumential social cock up.

      In my 2000-2009 decade of encouraging the masonic world to reilluminate itself, even I, for all of my desire to see reillumination, suggested several things to evolve the masonic world (several of which coincidentally have subsequently been implemented in ugle practices and policies) but even I would never create a situation where so much change happens so quickly. It just doesn’t work, unless you are very very lucky. People need to evolve, our country is evolutionary not revolutionary.


  47. 153
    Steve Lloyd. says:

    Tha Labour party took overall control of Wales in May, and already their authoratian tendencies are starting to manifest themseves little by little.

    They are as wedded as ever to Multiculturism, and want to make Wales the first port of call for asylum seekers, bogus or otherwise. It’s all about votes innit.

    Labour are nasty, spiteful little dictators, who loathe their own countrymen, and i hope things get worse. In fact the worse things get, the better as that’s the only way the sheeple who vote for them will wake up to their instinctively insideous nature, and say enough is enough.

    I live in hope, but won’t hold my breath.


  48. 154
    green ink says:

    Given the names on this thread condemning cameron I would remind most that before the last election we would have taken a dog in a tutu in preference to gordon…no good complaining when we get a tory on a lead. Remove the leash and the tory core strategy will return.


    • 157
      Steve Lloyd. says:

      I think that if Cameron was a natural Tory, he would make a very good PM.


      • 168
        green ink says:

        likewise….it is the first time in recent memory when a new leader has had the chance to bring the tory party into the new world…he is no tony blair..thankfully.
        He inherited an economic problem and we are dwelling within the confines of a euro crisis and lack of domestic growth….these will be painful and costly in terms of public opinion and open goals for the opposition to quite hypocritcally exploit but labour is a busted flush full of brown appointees and we all know it.

        He needs to start flexing his strength and put the libdems clearly on notice…no point delaying the challenge much longer. Threatening the boundary changes is only the thin edge of the developing wedge and needs dealing with.


  49. 156
    Laughing Out Loud says:

    This is quite usual. A few years ago there were stories that Labour membership had fallen by about half under Blair. The parties don’t represent their members, or even pay much attention to them. They are political supermarkets selling much the same rubbish to the public, whilst devoting their fawning attention to serving the rich and influential.


  50. 166
    Geordieboy says:

    Tory front bench all brains and no fucking common sense. Only need 46 signatures to get rid of Call me Dave.


  51. 167
    Mike Newman says:

    Just enough time for Cameron to make one more speech. “it is a far far better thing I do now … “


  52. 179

    Be careful what you wish for.

    I may think that the tories have got their methods wrong even if their hearts are in the right place (this country does need to reinvigourate), but with the excepton of Camerons “decent hard working people” marginaising the unemployed/disabled crap [people who have lost their jobs through his policies, who cant find work etc, have not lost their decency] at least he is, in this parliament at least, centralish as he tries to maintain balance in his party and in the coalition. Imagine if you had a right wing bring back Auchwitz types in leadership.

    Our aristocracy had nazi sympathisers in the 1930s so I can only hope that they dont get the full reigns of power today for that would be a tragedy.

    Remember darkness only takes a hold because good men do nothing (paraphrasing someone famous I forget who), and as I know myself from my own bitter experience, when you are in darkness it can be very difficult to see it or believe it. Now where is that lightswitch!!


    • 183
      Modus Syntax says:

      fair comment…its ‘reins’ …kings and queens reign… I only mention it because some picky c’unt did me the other week


  53. 186
  54. 189
    Dino says:

    Its very simple, Cuckoo Cameron is no Tory. He is quite happy to destroy the Conservative party.

    All that matters to him is his masters wishes, that of increasing the EU hold over us. If that means waving in more powers to them, so be it, if that means losing the the joke that is Labour, so be it, it all furthers the agenda.

    As lifelong Tory voter I’ll be voting UKIP next time, as I won’t have anything to do with the Cameron party.


  55. 190
    Vacant Possession says:

    They’d like you to believe that there is a ‘far right’ that Cameron is wisely ignoring.

    No! There are a lot of Conservative (and other) MP’s who believe in personal responsibility, reward for work and not blaggin’ off your fellow man or woman.

    Not bad ethics really unless you are Clegg or Cameron, in which case you are a target.

    My own spin is that Clegg, Cameron & Osbourne will lead us into the first call of the IMF on a Conservative watch.

    The reason?

    The bond credit bubble – an irresistable opportunity for savvy traders at the right moment created by the mad policy of quantitative easing, an untried strategy on the Mega scale to pull the wool over the market’s eyes. I bet they fail.

    Our kids & pensioners zero, rest of world bickering over the pickings.

    Thanks Dave, thanks George. You really are two numpty’s who listen to no-one with any brains and mistake Sir Humphrey for your friend.

    We all know Sir Humphrey is not our friend, yet you seem oblivious. Bless.


  56. 191
    eetz ow u say, eezy peezy says:

    Cameron has one sure-fire way to win the next election:

    Hold an in/out referendum on the EU in THIS parliament.


    • 192
      New UKIP Convert !! says:

      CMD had a sure fire way to win the 2010 but he managed to lose a clear majority victory against the worst PM for the last 100+ years who was & still is off of his trolley & he should have been sectioned & locked up under the Metal Health Act.

      There is no way he will allow or even grant or even sanction a straight IN/OUT vote on our EU membership for the great unwashed. IF & its a fcuking BIG BIG IF it does happen it will be all PR smoke & mirrors so everyone will be totally deliberately confused. The question on the ballot paper will be constructed in such a way that No means YES & YES means YES giving himself a near 100% result rather like the old communist block countries used to declare.

      CMD will never be a real Conservative

      The only answer is to VOTE UKIP in big enough numbers to really defecate on Milliepeed The Minors & put an end to his delusions that he will be the next PM, Never, Never, Never !!!!


  57. 195
    Bill Bell says:

    This constipated country needs a good shit to clear itself of its excesses


  58. 196
    Anonymous says:

    Approximately 33% of Conservative Party members have left the party since Cameron became leader. A recent poll shows that 43% of the remaining membership think he is a liability. That represents 29% of the party membership at the start of Cameron’s leadership. So 62% of the party membership at that time no longer support Cameron.

    What has this done to the upper quartile of activist members?
    A party that accepts this situation is not fit to govern..


  59. 197
    Not U Turn Dave's voter says:

    I have publicly stated since 2005 Cameron was the wrong man.

    I am very pleased to have been proved correct. I am dismayed he has utterly failed our Country.

    Like thousands of others I have dumped the Tory party and joined UKIP.

    The Conservatives need to sharpen up root and branch. Their local authorities like East Herts Council are plagued by institutional rotteness.

    I feel a foll for having supported the Tories since 1979 to 2012 but they have brought it upon themselves.


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