I don\’t think it\’s true (or nice very much)

But it is funny…..

Consider the gay movement. Short of having Graham Norton sodomise him with a crucifix live on stage, Cameron couldn\’t have done more appease them, and that brilliant strategy was how the Tories ended up with grand total of 9% of their votes – which is to say, 9% of 2.8% of the voting population. Given those numbers, it might have been simpler just to buy them all tickets for Kylie\’s next gig.

2 thoughts on “I don\’t think it\’s true (or nice very much)”

  1. Perhaps even if true, Cameron might still have been right to do as he did.

    Unless seen to be in line with “decent society” on certain matters, politicans get crucified by the media. Homophobe has joined Racist as a good way to stop discussion, never mind that it often means not agreeing with the wildest of gay rights activists.

  2. “…never mind that it often means not agreeing with the wildest of gay rights activists.”

    Actually, that’s pretty much what it always means.

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