9/19/2007

Not another bleeding obvious fact about David Cameron

It genuinely came as no surprise to hear this morning that David Cameron is the most unpopular of all the party leaders.

I have friend in positions in which they meet David Cameron in both the Tory Party and the Lib Dems, and whilst people told me of the genuine warmth of people like William Hague and particularly Iain Duncan Smith, I have heard nothing but bad things about David Cameron.

Whilst he may have attracted people to the Tories, some people are actually repulsed by him and would find it impossible to join a party that had as vacuous and unpleasant a person as leader, no matter what their policy groups deliver in terms of a new direction.

If the Tories keep him and the Lib Dems get a new leader after the next election, the Tories are really going to have problems.

5 comments:

Dr. James P. Holdren said...

I think it would be wiser for me not to say another word about this particular ... er ... gentleman.

Dr. James P. Holdren said...

By the way, Nich, I sent you the codes. You didn't get them? Ian will now, I think.

Daily Referendum said...

Want to swap?

Justin Hinchcliffe said...

Have never met him. He did, though, invite me for tea during the leadership contest. I told his team to tell him to drop out and endorse Clark. Iain's a nice chap as is Hague. Can't remember much about Howard. The nicest person - ever - is Sir John.

mrlevity said...

lets see the photos of him and his cronies at public school

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