Thursday 17 May 2012

Quote Of The Day

From the Telegraph:
"One of [Cameron's] senior advisers says the PM spends “a crazy, scary amount of time playing Fruit Ninja on his iPad"
How reassuring...


  1. I suppose this is an attempt to convince us that he's just an ordinary bloke like the man on the Clapham Omnibus. I think someone should tell his advisers & speech-writers that it ain't working. In different circumstances it would be laughable.

    I read today that he says: 'Britain is safe in my hands'. I doubt it. This govt has ratcheted up spending and the cuts, such as they are, haven't hit where they should. We still have the quangos and NGOs; we still have fake charities; we still have overseas aid and an enormous welfare bill.

    The UN today called for a global Tobin tax so that should please this government - they got brownie points for ticking that box last year. Everything is Agenda 21.

  2. Dear Hot Frog

    It's a pity they don't all play games on their iPads, especially the wasters in the EU.

    That would stop them buggering up life for the rest of us.

    Perhaps we ought to remind them we only have the one and sharing it with the likes of iDave and his chums on both sides of the Channel is unfortunate, to say the least.

    The portents are that it will only get worse: your EU quotes illustrate this too well.


  3. He's a man-child. Just a pretty-boy front-man for the Bilderbergers, who will parrot the lines and not frighten the serfs too much.

    He has no power - it has mostly been transferred to the EU - and is persuing the Common Purpose aim of one-world government.


  4. @GV I thought he would use 'angry birds' to be like the man on the Clapham Omnibus, but then I found out he's already done that one. Yep you're right not much has changed since Brown

    @Anon Agreed I've no problem with them wasting their time on ipad games as long as we don't have to pay for them

    @DeeDee99 Lots of Love or Laugh out Loud?