Sunday, August 17, 2008

Dave Cameron: Between a Rock and a Hard Place


Iain thinks that some Russian General mouthing off about nuking Poland equals this being Russian Policy. Obviously Cameron is a useless wet prat, between a Rock and a Hard Place, on his way via another photo opportunity and some getting down with a Georgian bear-bater, to his real holiday in Turkey.

Ed Davey isn't much better. But Cam is looking flimsy sticking his nose in on this one.

3 comments:

Letters From A Tory said...

Cameron is looking flimsy? Excuse me? He has used far stronger language than anyone in the Labour Party to describe Russia's actions, and if you'd been reading the papers you would know that Cameron responded to this crisis two hours before even the Prime Minister.

I notice that Miliband kept us his record of hiding away when the going gets tough by announcing yesterday - 17 days after the crisis started - that Russia should start withdrawing.

Labour supporters are in no position to criticise the response of others.

a very public sociologist said...

What's the point in this useless posturing anyhow? Do you think Russia's going to pay heed to the liberal bleating of the UK and USA when they themselves are currently engaged in the occupation of two countries?

Besides, all this talk of a new cold war is over hyped rubbish.

Dirty Euro said...

It is rubbish to say the tories know nothing about foreign policy. The major tories have a very important Colombian foreign policy advisor called Charlie. Charlie gives them all they stuff they need to keep cool. He gives them many "lines" of information. So they do not make a "hash" of it.
They always have the "Mighty white"
They can rely on the White dragon.