Its all about the Prime Minister 2: Cameron Watch

BuggerAll

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#1
Time to celebrate? Certainly, but we must maintain a close watch on Mr Cameron.
 
#2
Cameron Tartan

Cameron Trews

Cameron Mug
 

mercurydancer

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#4
Mandelson is slimier than a battalion of sex- crazed slugs advancing on a tub of beer. If he can get in somewhere the will do it. Bottoms included.
 
#5
Good job Newsbiscuit.com are watching him!

Conservative Party leader David Cameron has boosted his party’s green credentials by finally agreeing to exploit the vast energy-harvesting potential of his forehead and be fitted with solar panels. Scientists believe that with a good summer and the ongoing natural recession, Cameron’s bonce could soon be generating enough energy to power an offshore tax haven for non-domiciled party donors.

‘When people think of David Cameron, they think of the guiding light that only he brings to British politics,’ said a Tory aide today. ‘In fact his stature as a leader is such that many have to avert their eyes. Hairline to brow and temple to temple, there’s no question he is the candidate with the qualities needed to power this nation. We urge voters to choose hope over fear, light over dark, and sustainable energy production over more normally-proportioned head frontage.’

Although members of the Conservative front bench regularly make use of Cameron’s forehead to check their ties and make-up before press conferences, the party has long been searching for a more profitable way to harness the untapped potential of its leader’s impressive frontispiece. ‘We thought about selling it as advertising space,’ said the aide, ‘and Boris is keen to use it as an alternative to a third runway at Heathrow, but we’ve been hampered by red tape since David’s face was designated an area of outstanding cosmetic beauty.’

Scientists, though, are confident this could be the answer to Britain’s energy problems. ‘There’s no doubt it’s quite a sun trap,’ said one today. ‘These unspoilt expanses do occasionally occur in nature, but I’m sure those formative years spent in over-enthusiastic forelock tugging have helped up the acreage. Either way, we’ve seen recent year-on-year increases in Cameron’s cranial circumference, so the future looks very bright indeed, unless you’re right behind him, that is.’

Despite the glare of publicity accompanying the Conservative party’s announcement, motoring groups are concerned about the risk to traffic posed by David ‘The Human Lighthouse’ Cameron. The warning follows an incident yesterday when a pedestrian was forced to dive into a front garden in fear of his life after being blinded by the headlights of an approaching vehicle that turned out to be David Cameron and William Hague on campaigning duty. ‘I’ve never voted Tory before,’ said the man, ‘but it’s anyone’s guess where that cross ends up now.’
http://www.newsbiscuit.com/2010/04/22/david-cameron’s-forehead-to-be-fitted-with-solar-panels/
 
#7
I miss that courageous and extremely competent former PM Gordon Brown... Nah... only kidding!!
 
#8
jonwilly said:
Well he's now in bed with a Whore, be interesting to see if she shafts him.

john
Well I saw Samantha going in the house with him?

Blimey she is generous (or maybe just a little ac-dc, which is all good)
 
#10
Didnt Mandy once graciously confide to a news reporter that in the event that Labour lost the election he would consider offering his not inconsiderable experience to the new incumbents?
 

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#12
I can see this being a very, very long thread - or until cpunk decides he is bored with it :x
 
#13
Has it been an acceptable time period to start blaming Cameron for everything yet? :)

On a serious note I wonder when /if he will introduce the increase to the OP allowance? appreciate it probably isnt on his list of priorities, just wondering if they will backdate it for the blokes who are in theatre now? (again Im not in theatre now just thinking of the lads who are)
 
#15
bullet_catcher said:
And post pickets to watch for Mandy, he won't be finished yet.
Quite correct. His personal Department of Propaganda & Misinformation (BBC Radio 4) gave him 'acres' of space on the 7 o'clock news this morning.

The evil fatherless is, sadly, alive and well.

I shall enjoy this thread as 'Sven/Whet' continues to spout his quasi Marxist 'crap' and thereby criticising his 'boss' the Deputy Prime Minister. As for 'ashie', he will be ignored as usual.

BBC re-playing the fatuous oaf Brown's 'going away' speech time and time again. In it the 'Stalinist in Mr. Bean's clothes' listed topic after topic that he had failed to address competently during the dreadful thirteen years he was 'in power'.

The nation, excepting Labour twerps, wants the coalition to work, if only to rescue us from the financial abyss that we are staring into.

The concession to shelf the increase in the level at which Inheritance Tax applies may well come back to bite some Liberals in the bottom. The price of property being the axle upon which this matter turns.

Radio 4 having another snipe: "...it is difficult to see how this coalition can work." Mandelson and Campbell have started their (fvck the nation) campaign against the coalition already!

Another Labour ex minister on! Four failed Labour types braying in 48 minutes - this MUST be stopped.
 

BuggerAll

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My first criticism of DC as PM must be the generous comments he made about the oaf Brown in his speech outside No 10 last night.

"I'd like to pay tribute to him for his long record of public service" To say this about Brown at that time was completely inappropriate. Quite apart from the fact that he was the worst Chancellor and PM this country has had in modern times if we are to have truth in Government and integrity from our political masters Brown's disgraceful conduct on Monday evening and last night should really have brought a rebuke.

The country should not be allowed to buy into the Labour spin fiction that Brown left with dignity - Mr Cameron must take an honest lead.
 

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lsquared said:
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Another Labour ex minister on! Four failed Labour types braying in 48 minutes - this MUST be stopped.
fairs, fair Isquared. Labour ex-Ministers (note the 'ex') have time to appear on radio - the Tory/Lib Dems have a country to run :D
 
#19
BuggerAll said:
My first criticism of DC as PM must be the generous comments he made about the oaf Brown in his speech outside No 10 last night.

"I'd like to pay tribute to him for his long record of public service" To say this about Brown at that time was completely inappropriate.
Fair point, but he didn't say he had a 'good record' did he? ;)
 

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