Monday, 3 January 2011

An Election Paradox

I am not sure if many people had noticed this but I just thought I would add it here to the general wonderings of things.

Supposedly David Cameron was the man who made the Conservative Party (notice small 'c') electable again. But they did not win the election... Of course people will then argue that if he had not taken the helm then things would have been even worse. That however is a very poor defence.


Edward Spalton said...

That Cameron could not win the election with an open goal like Gordon Brown really tells you all you need to know.

People did not want the "heir to Blair" which Mr. Cameron claimed to be.

13th Spitfire said...

Yes I quite agree.