Cameron’s arrogance and idiocy shine through yet again

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.

6 Responses to “Cameron’s arrogance and idiocy shine through yet again”

  1. 1 Edward. 03/05/2013 at 11:42 pm

    Anything and anyone who gives these arrogant Westminster twats a boot up the backside is, imho – a great thing.

    Turnout and percentage votes – an irrelevance but the movement towards a seismic shift if you’ll excuse the old cliche, is in the right direction and yes there is much to be done. UKIP needs to appeal directly to the grassroots of the Labour party.
    However, it should be made plain, that there is a ‘vast constituency’ out there which is untapped – if UKIP is reaching into those ‘outer’ regions, then the clowns and fruitcakes inhabiting Westminster had better make plans for moving out in 2015.

    Farage. still has two years to refine, nuance and re-tune his campaign strategies, let us hope he utilises that time sagely.

    Let it be said, that UKIP is a work in progress and no matter how much you may dislike them and Farage’s autocratic style – if it means the writing is on the wall for Miliband, Cameron and Clegg – and by extension their awful political cartel: shouldn’t the mere fact be an excuse to rejoice?

  2. 2 rick hamilton 04/05/2013 at 9:16 am

    I used to think that Labour’s endless sniping about old Etonians, Bullingdon etc was a lot of childish tripe mixed with class envy. But now I am convinced that it really is a problem. Cameron is surrounded by people like himself: Eton schoolmates and self-confident, public school, Oxford types who clearly believe they are born to rule. However most of them have zero experience of any serious job outside politics.

    A man whom you would not employ as accountant for a sweetshop, who has no visible financial qualifications or relevant experience is put in charge of our national budget. He is undoubtedly clever, and the ability to present and debate a budget in the Commons is not to be sneezed at. Unfortunately for us, the talent to make speeches and win points in debate is entirely separate from the ability to run a modern economy.

    Going back to the Brown Terror we had Miliband, of all people, with zero scientific or technological understanding, responsible for energy policy. The outcome of all these incompetent jokers in charge is the gigantic financial mess and ridiculous eco-lunatic energy policy we are now stuck with. Judging by results, this born-to-rule class are utterly useless at running the country in the reality of the 21st century.

    No wonder UKIP is doing well. It’s the none-of-the-above party and good luck to them. I just hope there are some experienced common-sense engineers, scientists and business people in their ranks. Those smug, complacent pols now in charge do need an enormous kick up the backside, a Ceaucescu moment – well, perhaps without the summary executions.

  3. 3 Autonomous Mind 04/05/2013 at 9:46 am

    I’ll rejoice when we approach a time and situation that enables this country to embrace democracy, rather than the anti democratic party political stranglehold. UKIP might look to give the three main parties something of a bloody nose, but Farage isn’t offering to address any of these demands…

  4. 4 cosmic 04/05/2013 at 11:03 am


    UKIP and Farage might well be part of the process of addressing the demands. Simply returning one or other, or some concoction, of Lib/Lab/Con isn’t.

    It was never going to be as easy as announcing the demands, everyone could see the sense of them and pressed for them. The political class realised it could not resist. They were accepted.

    It has to take something of a crisis where the existing order, in any form, is shown to be lacking.

  5. 5 Robert 04/05/2013 at 5:38 pm

    I am not offended by being called a fruitcake or a loony, but I take great offence at being classed as a closet racist by Cameron and the Tory boys.

  6. 6 james higham 05/05/2013 at 3:18 pm

    You make it difficult to comment – you’ve said it all.

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