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Where's the beef?

Telegraph | News | Cameron says he is breaking with legacy of Thatcher

"we need open minds"

Even an old cynic like me can't believe how appalling the Tory Boy is turning out - it isn't an open mind he has got but an empty one. His sole political ideology is to get "Dave" elected, by whatever means and by embracing whatever his focus group likes the sound of. He truly is just aping Tony's rise to power. And it is working, the media loves him and the public are responding. But it is all sizzle no steak, without a firm foundation of conviction as Thatcher had it is hard to build a lasting structure.

Henry V, Act 4, Scene 4

I did never know so full a voice issue from so empty a heart; but
the saying is true- the empty vessel makes the greatest sound.


Who needs beef? We Conservatives want power. Thank goodness that we now have a leader who realises that any old flannel will do as long as it wins elections. To the country's disadvantage Labour realised this a decade ago.

I believe Carl Sagan once said. You should have an open mind, but not so open that your brain falls out.

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