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HolgateCorner Posted on 06/05/2010 19:16
Question for all you Tories...

Are you really happy with Cameron?

Are you?

I've read more (decent) reasons to vote Tory on this message board in the last two days than I've heard from him in the last two years.

jam69 Posted on 06/05/2010 19:21
Question for all you Tories...

hes polling less than IDS and howard,thats how much people like him,ask a tory which polices they like,that normally stumps them

ClaireSmith Posted on 06/05/2010 19:22
Question for all you Tories...

I'd poll him.

slipshod Posted on 06/05/2010 19:23
Question for all you Tories...

I think he is great[^]
More appealing than a bong eyed bully who treats people with utter contempt(see rochdale old lady)

Are you happy with Brown?
Have you conceded defeat or something?

1st_time_caller Posted on 06/05/2010 19:25
Question for all you Tories...

Stopping tax credits to families with incomes over 50,000
Cutting spending on Child Trust Funds for all but the poorest third of families and families with disabled children
Capping the biggest public sector pensions above 50,000
A five per cent pay cut for Ministers followed by a five-year freeze, and a 10 per cent reduction in the number of MPs
Reduce welfare dependency

Spending on the NHS will rise every year. Managerial reforms to make the service more efficient
Scrapping all politically-motivated targets
Putting more detailed NHS performance data online
Improving cancer and stroke survival rates
Enabling patients to rate hospitals and doctors
Giving anyone the power to choose any healthcare provider that meets NHS standards
Putting patients in charge of their own health records
Opening up the NHS to new independent and voluntary sector providers
Linking GPs' pay to the quality of results they deliver

and that's just economic and health policy

shall i go on?

IsaacHunt Posted on 06/05/2010 19:30
Question for all you Tories...

Getting rid of overpaid unimportant layers of management within the Public Sector.

Staying OUT of the Euro.

Lowering unnecessary immigration

And generally making it harder for the layabout society to scrounge of the state.

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heaton_mersey_boro Posted on 06/05/2010 19:38
Question for all you Tories...

"Getting rid of overpaid unimortant layers of management within the Public Sector"

Bit harsh that like. 82% cull of staff?

[:P]

subbuteo_171 Posted on 06/05/2010 19:39
Question for all you Tories...

Reason to vote Tory?

We have to get Labour out of power, and voting Tory is the only way to do it.

Happy Posted on 06/05/2010 19:41
Question for all you Tories...

i like the freedom policies - ie no one sticking video cameras in yer weely bin to check on yer refuse, big brother brown

HolgateCorner Posted on 06/05/2010 19:44
Question for all you Tories...

Er I was asking for your opinion on Cameron, not a wish list of what the Tories might do if they get in.

Can you read the question next time rather than launching into a load of Sky News type spin?

In case you're wondering I think he is your weakest leader in living memory.

subbuteo_171 Posted on 06/05/2010 19:47
Question for all you Tories...

Cameron - he's a god amongst weak-chinned Old Etonians. I like the way he knots his ties.

He might look shifty but so would Broon if he wasn't so bong-eyed.

1st_time_caller Posted on 06/05/2010 19:57
Question for all you Tories...

er, jam posted "ask a tory which polices they like,that normally stumps them"

so some of us answered. jeez, you're all "me me me" [;)]

speaking only for myself, Cameron is not necessarily great, but he heads up the party for which has most policies i agree with and think are best for the country. brown is far from great

biggest difference with voters on here, it seems, is that the labour voters do so because they don't like a former public schoolboy, not because of policy. tory voters do so based on policy, not on a personality contest basis.

question: what is your opinion of brown - do you really think he will stand up to continued pressure, or will you have one of the slimeballs waiting in the wings as labour leader before the year is out?

IsaacHunt Posted on 06/05/2010 20:30
Question for all you Tories...

"I think he is your weakest leader in living memory."

Er, should that not read OUR weakest leader?

Its not a them and us contest ya know.