May 07, 2012

Don't let's be beastly to the Cameron ...

... says Douglas Carswell. "Those who make personal attacks could not have it more wrong", he claims. "Let’s remember that what we say and do is all about us wanting David Cameron to succeed. ... Let's focus on delivering those changes. Nothing else."

As I comment on his blog
Out here, out in the real world, excuse us for not focusing on the personal affability of the man who is openly rude to you and Nadine Dorries in the Chamber.

Excuse us voters for criticising whatever we want, however we want, whoever we want. It's called democracy.

That is the man responsible for the mess. He sets the policy climate, he connives in non-delivery, he espouses policy like more overseas aid, more green nonsense, and HS2 - at a time when we're hurting financially out here. That is the man who breaks his word on referendums and espouses gay marriage.

How dare MPs tell voters what they should and should not concentrate on.

This is the least convincing post of yours that I have ever read.
So do let's be beastly to Dave. He richly deserves it.


The Boiling Frog said...

I saw your comment on there and gave it a 'thumbs up'

John Page said...

Thanks :)

I don't know if scorpions go purple as they're boiled, but I suspect not :)

A K Haart said...

Very well said. I see there are lots of thumbs up (plus mine).

John Page said...

Thanks :)

I see the evening news has him saying he won't change his policies.

That listening phase really worked.

dan said...

Carswell must have received a stern dressing down to have produced such a cowardly blog as that today. Woeful

John Page said...

Interesting that Iain Martin in Tuesday's Telegraph is singing from the same hymn sheet.

More than a coincidence?

It's a weak argument, anyway.