David Cameron has long been UKIP’s biggest and most insulting critic, famously employing his most smartarse comment when describing the party as made up of:
…fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists, mostly.
Today, having seen UKIP figuratively tear his party a new orifice, Cameron laughably attempted to portray himself as being above the very fray he personally stoked, by declaring:
It is no good insulting a political party that people have chosen to vote for.
One of the many things people in this country are sick and tired of is politicians attempting to dispense lessons to them that only the politicians didn’t understand in the first place. It is utterly pathetic and it only serves to make Cameron look even more stupid. He may as well have delivered his little monologue to a mirror, because that way his message would have been targeted at the correct audience.