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Thursday, 8 October 2009

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Conservative Party Leader David Cameron today wowed delegates with his footnote speech at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester.

Cameron appeared to wow delegates with a promise to punish the workshy, and those who abuse the welfare system by withdrawing their benefits and forcing them into work.

He even blamed the incumbent government for encouraging welfare dependency.

Whilst this reporter personally believes that the current government have not been the best, they have hardly been the worst either.

The trend for welfare dependency in the main appears to stem from individuals aged 30+, which on the surface would appear to stem from the years of the Thatcher regime. A regime which systematically destroyed the UK shipbuilding, steel, coal mining, and engineering industries, as it focused on financial services as an economic base in its bid to destroy trade unionism and its support for the Labour Party.

PEOPLE AGED 30+ couldn't find jobs under the then Conservative government, but according to "Do Nothing" Dave, the Conservatives will sort out the nation's ills by freezing public sector pay, forcibly removing individuals from the welfare system, easing the tax burden on the rich, and blaming Labour for the global financial crisis.

Looks like we're going to elect New Zimbabwe instead of New Labour.

David Cameron/Robert Mugabe.

Do nothing - blame everybody else.

More as he gets straight to the point which he hasn't yet reached.

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