Oh Aye Mr. Cameron?

David Cameron pleaded for time in fashioning a new accord with the European Union as he warned impatient voters against allowing their hearts to rule their heads.

The Prime Minister promised to aim for “quite a significant reform” in the links between London and Brussels. But in remarks likely to disappoint many Tory MPs, he said his aim was to make the country “more comfortable” in the EU not to “lever Britain out”.

He\’s still not realising that we\’ve not got the opportunity to make the EU in our image.

It\’s going to be a bureaucrat and elite run project whether we\’re in or out. Our only choice is whether we want to be bureaucrat and elite run or not. I don\’t, the majority of the English don\’t and a plurality of the UK probably don\’t. Thus leave.

4 comments on “Oh Aye Mr. Cameron?

  1. He’s still not realising that we’ve not got the opportunity to make the EU in our image.

    He doesn’t say he wants an EU more in our image. He says he wants to make British people more comfortable in the EU. That is, the problem is us, not them.

    Cameron always was a fool and a terrible candidate, but he doesn’t seem to have the brains to challenge his own civil servants on some very basic concepts. Either that or the EU pensions are too good.

    At least the EU fears Berlusconi enough to warn against voting for him. That alone is proof that Cameron is not on our side.

  2. SMFS,

    The Tories picked Cameron because of 1 good speech and a pretty suspect focus group on the BBC.

    Look at his record – he couldn’t get a majority against a charmless man in an economic crisis. Like you say, a joke.

  3. UK is going to be a bureaucrat and elite run project whether we’re in or out. Our only choice is whether we want to be run by our bureaucrats and elites or theirs.
    Fixed it for you.

  4. The Economist has some interesting stuff to say about the EU and withdrawal this week. (Though Tim might not think so….) ;)

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