Monday, 18 August 2008

Camoron targets 'broken society'

The news Lenin trusts

Conservative leader David Cameron has said he will be as radical a social reformer as Margaret Thatcher was an economic reformer.

In a book about him due out on Monday, Mr Cameron pledged to heal what he called Britain's "broken society".

Yes it is a bit broken, but thanks to IDIOT politicans who think they know best. Their meddling and removal of self responsibility, via their pitiful social engineering is the reason we are where we are.

Haven't we had enough authortarian nannying to realise the damage this does in the long term. Surely we must. Surely.

Mind, he doesn't actually promise anything here. I think he has got the British publics number to be honest. Say nothing and let Brown lose it. Then take over and implement the orders as per usual.

1 comment:

cj said...

They’re at it again - The liberal paternalists are proposing to ban the display of tobacco in shops and are currently soliciting the opinion of their electorate.

Banishing cigarettes will cost ordinary taxpayers more money, inconvenience thousands of consumers, and threaten the livelihoods of shopkeepers all over the UK.

I’m sick and tired of more of the same from Nanny - obsessed with dictating how people live their lives but sweeping the big issues, like knife crime and recession, under the carpet. They’re planning to hide tobacco, and they are already policing alcohol, red meat, fatty foods, and salt to name a few.

I’m sick of seeing pubs closing down where I live. I’m sick of being made to feel guilty because I eat and drink as I please.

I’m sick of Nanny. How about you? Register your support – Say NO to the Nanny State