Monday, April 30, 2012

Cameron's defence rests on Blair and Brown being worse

Every candidate standing for the Conservative Party in Thursday's elections must be cringing in horror at their association with the blustering bully-boy that David Cameron, their party leader and shamefully British PM, again proved himself to be in Parliament this afternoon.

Cameron's main defence was once again to associate all others in the Commons chamber with similar demeaning motivations towards their own politics and detail numbers of meetings with the Murdochs for Blair and Brown in excess of his own, somewhat akin to admitting murder but claiming innocence on the grounds that your predecessors had many more victims.

I will add a link to the Hansard report of the exchanges when it is published, from here.


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