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David Cameron , to be or not to be ?

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by jacob18 on 10th July 2012 at 20:07 (13819 Views)
Who thinks this guy is doing a good job ? Is he a wolf in disguise ? Who should be in power ?

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  1. ashmk's Avatar
    I thought he was right at first but now I cannot wait for the day to see the back of him.
  2. 1blonde's Avatar
    I think he has lost a good chance to make it ....

    He took over from a Inept Labour Government that sold off all the gold for very little (A few weeks before the price went through the roof) and a Government that did not regulate the banking sector properly.

    He now has us believe that we are so under the hammer he cuts more public sector jobs in some of the poorest parts of England and picks on the disabled and unemployed whilst pandering to insurance companies banks, utilities and big business. The standard of living in this country is terrible and yet we fritter billions away to other countries in aid - when we are the ones suffering floods - makes me sad that we are governed by idiots that very few people now actually vote for. . .

    Politicians are all the same = democracy is a myth.

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