Cameron "Victory" tour

#1
Cameron is in London somewhere congratulating succesful Tory candidates. Obviously Dave is looking all current, with it and relax having a shirt with the top button undone, vote for him just one that!!!

However, the real reason for this post are the succesful candidates - It's the offensive chin convention. They're stereotypically large (or no) chinned, teeth that could eat an apple through a letterbox and grinning liked demented aristocrats.

Finally Cameron apparently ran a positive campaign. Focusing on Labour sleaze, demanding resignations and attacking Tony Blair in the commons is apparently "positive politics"
 
#2
It's not about how good Cameron's campaign was. It's primarily how bad the Labour cnuts are that gave it away to the Tories.
 
#3
Radical_Dreamer said:
It's not about how good Cameron's campaign is. It's how bad Labour is that gave it away to the Tories.
Agreed!! Labour gained a lot of their voters from disillussioned Tory voters, the Tories have taken them back. labour can be as smug as they like about keeping most councils up North but that is because the people in those areas would rather shoot their own children than vote Tory.
 
#5
because the people in those areas would rather shoot their own children than vote Tory.
They said the same thing about Dunfermline. But one candidate actually listened to what the electorate were moaning about, and based his campaign solely around that.

It's not impossible, but it goes back to the core of any discussion on CA this morning.

Are the main parties out of touch with the electorate?
 
#6
Vimeiro said:
Opposition parties do not win elections, governments lose them.
Damn! I was about to type that!
 
#7
PartTimePongo said:
because the people in those areas would rather shoot their own children than vote Tory.
They said the same thing about Dunfermline. But one candidate actually listened to what the electorate were moaning about, and based his campaign solely around that.

It's not impossible, but it goes back to the core of any discussion on CA this morning.

Are the main parties out of touch with the electorate?
Yes, but they voted in the only real alternative to Labour (at least in Scotland), the bloody SNP!!! 8O
 
#8
Last time I did a Victory tour it was in Portsmouth.

Have they moved it?

Isn't Dunfermline a type of ointment?

So many questions, shame I don't have the answers.

Oh well that's politics.
 
#9
Victory tour,yes like Accrington Stanley. A long way from being a Premier.
 
#10
easymoney said:
Victory tour,yes like Accrington Stanley. A long way from being a Premier.
But at least they are on their way up again.

Unlike Bliar.
 
#11
A long way to travel,by the time they get there it will be the Rainbow Party. Blue, Green every colour you've ever seen.
 
#12
For someone who says he's not really aligned to any party Crabby, you seem to have all the Labour party chips.

People are starting to vote something else because they are slowly realising what New Labour is all about. You can thank God that the opposition parties are inept otherwise Neue Arbeit would have been consigned to whichever scrapyard they belong a long time ago.
 
#13
easymoney said:
A long way to travel,by the time they get there it will be the Rainbow Party. Blue, Green every colour you've ever seen.
True but it's still better than profuse sweating.
 
#14
Seems more Tory voters got off their collective arses and drove to the polling station,than had managed before.Labour vote was the same as last time.
 
#15
Mistersoft, thought Dave looked a bit sweaty in Hammersmith, he was a bit perplexed sky reporter didn't ask a question. Also see he's being filmed walking now not riding his bike,wonder why?
 
#16
easymoney said:
Mistersoft, thought Dave looked a bit sweaty in Hammersmith, he was a bit perplexed sky reporter didn't ask a question. Also see he's being filmed walking now not riding his bike,wonder why?
Victory tour but saddle sore?

It seems profuse sweating is definitely in fashion at the moment.

Maybe 'Ming' should ease up a bit on the deodorant.

Or buy some charisma off eBay.
 
#17
Ah saddle sore,so thats where most of his rhetoric comes from.
 
#18
easymoney said:
Ah saddle sore,so thats where most of his rhetoric comes from.
Very polite, I'm just off for a rhetoric.
 
#20
easymoney said:
I thank you.
Did I just give you money?

I'm not a Dave, Tone or Ming fan and the BNP are out so I'm still looking for an alternative.

I tried Yahoo and it gave me a French site that sells flowers.

The policies were a bit thin on the ground but the petunias were cheap.
 

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