Dr Alf poses interesting questions which throw up more questions and conclusions.
To begin with David Cameron is not a true Conservative and should be removed as an inept loser forthwith.
The division of Conservatives proposed by Janen Ganesh is nonsense, either you are a Conservative or you are not, the differences come in the form of being right-wing or left-wing.
When it comes to Chancellors, Prime Ministers and Ministers the choice breaks down to great, good, average and utterly incompetent, or competent but unsuited to the role being performed.
David Cameron is on ALL key measures incompetent:
–He cannot win elections, even when faced with a useless opponent like Gordon Brown
–He insults people publicly, lectures them about human rights, and loses us jobs, money, credibility and exports time and time again
–He introduces irrelevant and expensive policies which the country cannot afford
–He squanders money on overseas aid, while 365,000 of our own people rummage in dumpsters and go to Trussell Trust and Knights of Malta food banks
–He sells our troops down the river, breaches the military covenant, and warmongers, expecting other nations to fight and die for bogus reasons
–He does not understand the need for exports, economic growth and a slimmed-down Public Sector
–He undermines his own Ministers, attempting reform, and cuts and runs at the first sound of “gunfire”
–He fails to grasp the need to make our citizens more productive, or challenge them to do better
–His agenda is to make the UK part of a United States of Europe
–He cannot negotiate effectively
–He fails to see that if he remains, the Conservatives could well disappear but he is supposedly already planning for a 2nd Coalition because he lacks “street fighting capability”
George Osborne the Chancellor is not qualified to do the job he does and is economically illiterate, whilst Dr Cable the so-called “Business Secretary” is slow, complacent and out of his depth.
If they were employees of a private business, they would all have been sacked a long time ago but we can only live in hope that the “Men in grey suits” will administer the
rather more effectively than DEFRA‘s marksmen have been failing to blast TB carrying badgers into oblivion in Somerset!
- Why UK Chancellor George Osborne will not be allowed to use the axe on the Public Sector – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Cameron must reclaim his party from the rationalists – Janan Ganesh – FT.com (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: Cameron orders examination on how to force water companies to cut bill ex Guardian – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: OECD educationtoday: Time for the U.S. to Reskill? – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: The Jobs Recovery Is Always Two Years Away ex David Lizoain – Social Europe Journal – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Political Snakes and Ladders: Peter Obone, Lord Ashcroft and David Cameron – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: What does Mr Cameron believe in? His own ministers aren’t sure…The Observer – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: Labour must step in to rescue a generation of doomed youth – Mary Riddell ex Telegraph – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Increasingly Tory MPs must worry about life after the next election – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
- Opinion: The BBC and Jeremy Paxman should tell Downing Street where to go ex Telegraph – John Gelmini (dralfoldman.com)
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