UK Independence Party Bops Cameron on the Nose

The priggish, haughty, establishment rear-kissing, quisling Conservative (term used loosely) Prime Minister David Cameron took it right proper on the old schnozzola in British council elections this past week.

As London's The Telegraph reported:

Nigel Farage, the party's [UKIP] leader, was jubilant after it emerged that one in four voters supported UKip in the elections in 35 councils in England and Wales.

A goodly number of the 24% of votes racked up by UKIP came at the expense of the Conservatives, whose voters have grown sick and tired of Cameron's Labor Lite approach to key issues, like immigration, the economy, welfare - and his cloying PC. 

The council elections are roughly equivalent to off-year elections in the United States (upcoming in New Jersey and Virginia); they give parties a palpable sense of voter trends, which aren't good for Cameron's Pale Pastel Conservatives.  In the wake of his party's disappointing results, Cameron is switching his tact, from snarling and defamatory toward the UKIP to pandering (a particular talent of the principle-less prime minister). 

As reported by Sky News:

"For the Conservatives I [Cameron] understand why some people who have supported us before didn't support us again, they want us to do even more to work for hard-working people to sort out the issues they care about," he said.

No, you latest iteration of Churchill's Boneless Wonder.  Your party, Mr. Prime Minister, bled votes because you've basically jettisoned the values and virtues that made Thatcher's Conservative Party... well, a rock solid conservative party (despite heel-nipping Wets).  You've opted for PC over principle, and the bitter harvest is starting to come in.  Bully, old boy!    

Cameron, prior to the elections, along with his other cabinet ministers (including the stodgy Wet, Kenneth Clark), had been disparaging UKIP leader Nigel Farage and his supporters as nuts and racists. 

Again, from Sky News:

Asked if he stood by his "fruitcakes" attack on UKIP, Mr Cameron said: "Well, look, it is no good insulting a political party that people have chosen to vote for. Of course they should be subject and they will be subject to proper scrutiny of their policies and their plans.

"But we need to show respect for people who have taken the choice to support this party and we are going to work really hard to win them back," he added. 

Respect now for Farage and the UKIP, huh, David, as the political winds shift in Great Britain?  You're a bit late to the dance, feller.  UKIP voters aren't going to buy the sweet talk from a prime minister who runs his party atop a dunk tank.        

This, amigos, is a grassroots rebellion of common sense conservatives in jurisdictions throughout Britain.  It is an eloquent repudiation of a prime minister who runs his government with a feminine sensitivity to what London's lefty swells think of him.   

As Farage told Sky News:

"Send in the clowns," said a jubilant Mr Farage, after UKIP candidates were famously dismissed by Mr Cameron as "fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists" and last week as a bunch of "clowns" by Tory Cabinet minister Ken Clarke.

"We've been abused by everybody, attacked by the entire establishment who did their best to stop ordinary decent people going out and voting UKIP, and they have done in big, big numbers," he told Sky News.

The British withstood the damnable Nazi Blitz.  Now hale and hearty conservatives are giving pushback to gelatinous David Cameron's gutless sharp left turn.  Is it the start of a sea change in British politics?  Let's wager that it is.    


The priggish, haughty, establishment rear-kissing, quisling Conservative (term used loosely) Prime Minister David Cameron took it right proper on the old schnozzola in British council elections this past week.

As London's The Telegraph reported:

Nigel Farage, the party's [UKIP] leader, was jubilant after it emerged that one in four voters supported UKip in the elections in 35 councils in England and Wales.

A goodly number of the 24% of votes racked up by UKIP came at the expense of the Conservatives, whose voters have grown sick and tired of Cameron's Labor Lite approach to key issues, like immigration, the economy, welfare - and his cloying PC. 

The council elections are roughly equivalent to off-year elections in the United States (upcoming in New Jersey and Virginia); they give parties a palpable sense of voter trends, which aren't good for Cameron's Pale Pastel Conservatives.  In the wake of his party's disappointing results, Cameron is switching his tact, from snarling and defamatory toward the UKIP to pandering (a particular talent of the principle-less prime minister). 

As reported by Sky News:

"For the Conservatives I [Cameron] understand why some people who have supported us before didn't support us again, they want us to do even more to work for hard-working people to sort out the issues they care about," he said.

No, you latest iteration of Churchill's Boneless Wonder.  Your party, Mr. Prime Minister, bled votes because you've basically jettisoned the values and virtues that made Thatcher's Conservative Party... well, a rock solid conservative party (despite heel-nipping Wets).  You've opted for PC over principle, and the bitter harvest is starting to come in.  Bully, old boy!    

Cameron, prior to the elections, along with his other cabinet ministers (including the stodgy Wet, Kenneth Clark), had been disparaging UKIP leader Nigel Farage and his supporters as nuts and racists. 

Again, from Sky News:

Asked if he stood by his "fruitcakes" attack on UKIP, Mr Cameron said: "Well, look, it is no good insulting a political party that people have chosen to vote for. Of course they should be subject and they will be subject to proper scrutiny of their policies and their plans.

"But we need to show respect for people who have taken the choice to support this party and we are going to work really hard to win them back," he added. 

Respect now for Farage and the UKIP, huh, David, as the political winds shift in Great Britain?  You're a bit late to the dance, feller.  UKIP voters aren't going to buy the sweet talk from a prime minister who runs his party atop a dunk tank.        

This, amigos, is a grassroots rebellion of common sense conservatives in jurisdictions throughout Britain.  It is an eloquent repudiation of a prime minister who runs his government with a feminine sensitivity to what London's lefty swells think of him.   

As Farage told Sky News:

"Send in the clowns," said a jubilant Mr Farage, after UKIP candidates were famously dismissed by Mr Cameron as "fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists" and last week as a bunch of "clowns" by Tory Cabinet minister Ken Clarke.

"We've been abused by everybody, attacked by the entire establishment who did their best to stop ordinary decent people going out and voting UKIP, and they have done in big, big numbers," he told Sky News.

The British withstood the damnable Nazi Blitz.  Now hale and hearty conservatives are giving pushback to gelatinous David Cameron's gutless sharp left turn.  Is it the start of a sea change in British politics?  Let's wager that it is.    


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