Oh dear, I make no bones about it, I am a life long Conservative and it is hard to find myself criticising David Cameron but it has to be done!
I was, am, a big supporter of David Davis who I think would have made a far better party leader and Prime Minister than David Cameron but the party voted and David Cameron won easily, so what have I got against David Cameron and I must point before I start that David Cameron is currently this countries only hope! How anyone can contemplate giving a vote to the Labour Party is beyond me, if ever there was a nasty party it is the Labour Party and the Lib Dem’s are just stunting any growth in the economy and compromising British values, they are of course the zealots of climate change fiasco.
so what have I got against David Cameron and I must point before I start that David Cameron is currently this countries only hope!
David Cameron’s first missed opportunity was the 2010 General Election, basically the campaign was very weak and unconvincing, all along Cameron has seemed to want to cast himself as the successor to Tony Blair, why on earth he would want to align himself with a complete failure is beyond me and it hurt his standing. David Cameron just did not come across as a politician of depth and principle, perhaps he is the Conservatives Tony Blair, in which case the country is in trouble
How anyone can contemplate giving a vote to the Labour Party is beyond me, if ever there was a nasty party it is the Labour Party
Cameron fought the election on some key Conservative policies backed by 85% of the country, notably:
- Renegotiation of our membership of the EU
- Abolition of the Human Rights Act.
- Tight control of immigration
- Re-organisation of the Health Service
Mainly due to the coalition with the Lib Dem’s 1, 2 and 3 seem to have hit the long grass whilst 4 and 5 are in disarray again due to the Lib Dem’s, to add to this it is generally accepted that 65% of the Lib Dem manifesto has been implemented, not bad for a failed party and it shows just how much Cameron is pandering to them. The big problem is that it is largely the Lib Dem policies which are bankrupting the UK economy and stunting its growth, along with the EU, the Human Rights Act, the green zealots and the greedy banks.
Then of course there is Andy Coulson, a certain accident waiting to happen, this incident has shown David Cameron’s total detachment from real life, a naive, non-streetwise politician who really has to get a grip, get a strong political machine around him without the Lib Dem’s involvement and take command, this could all end in a mess and the worst possible outcome of handing power back to the nasty party (Labour) which does not bear thinking about.
It is time for Hague, Osborne, David Davis & Co to take a step forward and create that political machine and also to be ready to fill the breach should the captain fall, we must not let the Lib Dem’s continue to call the agenda, it is really galling to watch a smug Nick Clegg, he has effectively moved the Lib Dem’s out of the coalition whilst still wealding the power, the Lib dem’s are openly criticising their Conservative colleagues and the Conservative Party, not for them the idea of collective responsibility which goes with cabinet positions no, no. The Lib Dem’s are purely out for power, believe me they are not interested in this country or its institutions, just power at any price and for Cameron’s sake we need the country to see through both the Lib Dem’s and the Labour Party at the next general election.
It is time for Hague, Osborne, David Davis & Co to take a step forward and create that political machine and also to be ready to fill the breach should the captain fall, we must not let the Lib Dem’s continue to call the agenda.
For his part David Cameron just needs to get his act together and prove he can be a true Conservative Prime Minister