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As a Tory acivist these promises may not be everything I want but I think they are enough to win the election. Now we have the message lets stick with it and attack Brown mercilessly for the mess he has made of the country.
March 28, 2010 at 10:13 AM
How exactly will David Cameron restore Britain's fortunes?
March 28, 2010 at 11:41 AM
To cut debt, spending has to be cut. Perhaps by as much as 20-25%. Across the board. Welfare state...NHS...Education...Defence. Frankly, the public sector workforce of 6 million will need to be reduced drastically to cut spending. A minority government will not be able to implement these changes because mass strikes are a possibility when the cuts are announced, and a minority government might face a no confidence motion. DC will have to win a working majority at the May election or, if he forms a minority administration, call a second eection quickly to win a working majority so that he can implement the plan. But I am not sure he has what it takes ...because he goes on and on about the importance of the NHS to his family. NHS employs 1.4 million people out of a total workforce of 29 million. At some point, means testing will have to be introduced in the NHS, and those who are able to pay should be charged 20-40% of the actual costs. For GP appoints too, there should be a token fee of 5 pound to anyone except pensioners, children and unemployed/disabled.
March 28, 2010 at 12:11 PM
Excellent. Really good. If he pushes these clear messages he can win with a working majority. Time to kick Labour out.
March 28, 2010 at 12:15 PM
Well, it is closer to giving us something to take on the door step - but health and education must not be ringfenced. They have to know that they have to be careful with their budgets too. We are all in this together.
Elaine Turner |
March 28, 2010 at 01:07 PM
Good as far as it goes but I find the lack of talk on the Civil Liberties to be disturbing. And some of the bleating coming from Lansley re: further bans and measures against smoking, alcohol, salt etc make me think we're just in for another 5 years of nannying if Cameron gets in.
Mr A |
March 28, 2010 at 01:12 PM
Health and education budgets will be ring fenced.
It is the bad teachers,heads,doctors & nurses
Those at the top,who are hidden from the public,the target makers who tie the hands
of the good teachers,heads,doctors & nurses who are not ring fenced.
This will make savings,yet the budgets will stay the same.
Not rocket science really.
March 28, 2010 at 02:02 PM
With two more Euro Treaties brewing, Cameron can redeem lost Lisbon ground if he tellls the Germans where they march off to on their impending Financial Government and tell the French 'NON' to Euro Defence. At same time announce massive reduction in MOD snivel serpents yet increase Army to 150,000 and give it its own fighter ground attack and better airlift. 'Nein' to A400M and use money to buy more C130J and C17a- you get more airlift miles per £ that way.
John Prendergast |
March 28, 2010 at 02:24 PM
Promises from Cameron.....
1) I will attend every Gay Pride event within 100 miles (sorry 160km) of Downing st
2) I will be even more enthusiastic regarding multiculturism
3) I will attempt to intergrate more with the Asian (muslim) way of life
4) I will hand over sovereignty of the UK to the EUSSR
5) I will continue to kick Conservatives out of the Conservative Party
6) I will continue to be happy with the state spending 52% of GDP,high taxes etc..
Paris Claims |
March 28, 2010 at 05:36 PM
I have started a campaign to get people wearing blue before the election to show their support.
As well as joining The Blue Campaign to Get the Conservative Party Elected on Facebook at http://ow.ly/1rPyv you can now follow the campaign on Twitter. http://twitter.com/thebluecampaign – this is for the whole party but given our location we are particularly keen on Mark Clarke in Tooting and hoping to help him unseat Transport Minister Sadiq Khan.
March 28, 2010 at 08:17 PM
Yup - that's why I'm voting for the British National Party. They really DO care about this country. No wonder the establishment New World Order lackeys are trying to destroy them.
March 28, 2010 at 10:36 PM
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