Blame – and who should get it

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We’ll have an answer by the end of next week, but in the meantime…

What do you think?

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6 thoughts on “Blame – and who should get it

  1. Mr.Angry

    I wonder if you tied his hands together could he still speak, apparently he paid tax payers money (tens of thousands) to teach him how to present a speech. Every time he stretches out his lilly white (never worked a day in their life fingers) I develop a strong urge to reach out and snap them off and shove them somewhere, draw your own conclusions as to where.

  2. leonc1963

    Without a doubt him and the whole tory model of politics including “The Ugly face of Capitalism” has destroyed everything that was good about the United Kingdom indeed we are no longer a nation the greater world looks too.

  3. Joan Edington

    Him and many others like him, Mike. The UK isn’t a very nice place to be these days. His jaunt north to speak to a select gathering of already No voting Tory businessmen, rather than undecided voters, and his nauseating patronising attitude was merely the last straw.

    I fear a No vote (I know you don’t Mike) because not enough of certain information is being made available to voters. Currently the Scottish NHS is not privatising to any extent and the BT campaign keep going on about how that will not change if we vote No. However, the Yes side have never mentioned the effect TTIP will have on the entire UK, including Scotland, in that event. Being UK-wide, TTIP will automatically apply to the Scottish NHS as well. Privatisation by the back door. The NHS is one of the main issues of the referendum.

    Cameron refusing to exempt the NHS from TTIP should be a reason for a breakup of the UK but probably won’t be. In any case, the ConDems have already made a fairly good start of destruction with or without Scotland.

  4. jaypot2012

    I KNOW he is. We will win Independence and then we will all get to see this disgrace of a man, and the poorest excuse of a PM resign 😀 I don’t know how I’m going to keep up with the excitement 😀

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