Farewell Cameron – doo, doo, doo, doo!

Written By: - Date published: 10:24 am, July 12th, 2016 - 18 comments
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Of some politicians it can be said that nothing in his career became him like the leaving it. We won’t even manage that for David Cameron:

18 comments on “Farewell Cameron – doo, doo, doo, doo!”

  1. One Anonymous Bloke 1

    The internal monologue of the average wingnut turns out to be exactly as expected.

  2. Enough is Enough 2

    crap….now the UK has to endure Thatcher Mark II.

    Scary shit indeed for the working class

  3. Peroxide Blonde 3

    Cameron jumped because he did not want to be the PM when “UK”, “Britain” and the “Union Flag” become obsolete terms.

    Being the PM who brought about the exit form form the EU was enough of a burden on his legacy!

    Cameron is rumoured to be purchasing a large estate in Scotland from a Astor couzie of his wife. He will have to apply for a Scottish passport in a few years!

  4. James 4

    So the conservatives manage to sort out the leadership – and can move forward.

    Labour on the other hand continue to look like a amateurish bunch of self serving idiots hell bent on destroying their own party.

    Government in waiting – yeah I dont think so.

    • One Anonymous Bloke 4.1

      “…doo doo doo doo…”

      No wonder James is lashing out 😆

      • Crashcart 4.1.1

        He’s not wrong though. If the Tories can get their leader issue sorted with little fuss while Labour go through a messy leadership challenge that ends up being the members vs the parliamentary wing then the Tories win by default. It is what makes the challenge so much more egregious. This was a real chance for Labour to take the government benches in the near future and the ego’s of some MP’s have probably fucked it up.

        • One Anonymous Bloke 4.1.1.1

          The Tories have until 2020 as it is – what are the chances they’ll gamble four years of their owners’ investment on an opinion poll?

          As for Labour’s leadership election, “who can tell what will be a good thing and what will be a bad thing?”

    • b waghorn 4.2

      Its pretty easy to get a new leader from a party with a single cause, ie to fuck over every one one who isn’t a shiny eyed member of the church of mamon.

  5. MindPilot 5

    …mah nah mah mah!

  6. Goon 6

    The Mother of the Empire is wounded and down. She is crying out for her children to come to her side. Restore the Commonwealth Common Market for the sake of the blood of your ancestors split on her behalf. Or go down in history as cowards.

  7. Goon 7

    The Mother of the Empire is wounded and down. She is crying out for her children to come to her side. Restore the Commonwealth Common Market for the sake of the blood of your ancestors split on her behalf. Or go down in history as cowards.

  8. whateva next? 8

    bags packed???
    https://t.co/B1cXsApmT7

  9. Rosie 9

    Cameron “See ya later Alligator”

    Key “in a while crocodile”

    Hellooooooooooo Hawaii!!! Pass us a moet won’t you Dave?

    Our PM will be the same. They are cut from the same cloth and neither ever understood the true meaning of serving the people. Just Flash men.

    http://bellacaledonia.org.uk/2016/07/12/the-last-days-of-flashman/

    • Whateva next? 9.1

      Scrolling down on that piece, I see Eagle described well, I wonder if it is all a ploy to make Jeremy look even more credible?

  10. johnm 11

    [Please put an intro sentence when posting links like these so readers don’t waste their time. In this case, readers should click on the link because it’s an excellent summary of Cameron’s legacy from an impartial observer. TRP]

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