Sunday, January 07, 2007

Happy New Year

I'm back, the guys who have signed up to the website will be back and everything is all set for a very interesting 2007. I hope you all had a great Christmas and New Year break but the fight is back on with the forces of Blair-ism. Brown-ism is all set to follow but before then we have to keep slating this foul excuse of a government for the numerous failures perpetrated under Tony Blair.

I despise Labour totally. I want to see them beaten but we really need to make sure we don't have a pale imitation taking over. What will David Cameron do this year? He spent most of 2006 insulting conservatives (note the small 'c') in order to reposition the Conservatives. He lost some members to UKIP and the large pool of no party affiliation but gained thousands more. He has made us seem more appealing to those who have lost patience with Labour, but much more needs to be done.

This year several policy commissions, established by Cameron after winning the leadership contest, are due to report back. The first one of these, about tax and spending, was pretty much disregarded last year, despite having a fine small government theme running through it. If Cameron is to have any respect from the voting public he MUST take the advice of the experts chairing these commissions. That may mean tough choices, but we have got to get rid of Labour and start fixing this country and it isn't going to happen with more of the same failed liberal policies.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

cameron wont win the next election. people dont trust him because he stands for nothing