David Cameron - Leader of Opposition?

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by frenchperson, Oct 19, 2005.

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  1. It's interesting that an anagram of David Cameron MP is:

    Vapid Commander

    I wonder what else it could make?
  2. cpunk

    cpunk LE Moderator

    Not really.
  3. He'll be a great Tory leader. Until the next one next year.
  4. Not a lot, FP.

    You can have more fun with President Jacques Chirac, though, which magically transforms into 'Prejudice - scent Iraq cash' or if that's not your tasse du the, 'Camilla Parker Bowles' can be formed into the oddly prescient 'I'm palace balls worker'.
  5. Is this now an anagram free for all thread? If so i'll be back soon, AS -I-
  6. Btw, Conservative party is a very rare name among political parties worldwide. Word 'conservative' itself has negative assosiations with stagnation and oppose to word 'progressive'.

    So it is possible that within a year mr.Cameron would be 'a great leader' of Progressive party. Who knows?
  7. "Change in order to conserve", Sergey.