"Come with us and build a better country", said David Cameron. He apparently invited every citizen of Britain to join him.
God knows where he is planning to take them all. Mind you, there are lots of uninhabited places on earth where he could take them to build his better country.
That's great news to the Brits. who can't stand him. They'll have the place to themselves.
He echoed the inaugural speech of US President John F. Kennedy by saying, "Ask what you can do for your country - and for your family and for your community too."
He's too bloody lazy to write his own stuff, he steals from the dead. That's what type of 'shallow' person he is.
Mr. Cameron made his speech at Battersea Power Station, the famous derelict building in South London, chosen as a "great British Landmark ripe for regeneration, just like our country".
Many say he would have been better off making the speech at Battersea Dogs' Home. He would have been guaranteed a better, more attentive, loyal audience.
He's promising smaller schools, smaller class sizes and high standards of discipline.
Haven't we all heard this many times before?
You just have to look at the programmes on t.v., televised political meetings in Parliament, to see where the 'children' are. They're not in our schools.
Politicians regularly scream and argue with each other.
If there's no discipline within Government, why should we expect our teachers to spend time disciplining students?
Look at the role models some of the worlds' Politicians turn out to be....liars, thieves, adulterers, prone to violence and outbursts of 'speaking in tongues'.
They should clean up 'their' act first. Set better examples for our youth. But, what the heck. Then who would the tabloids and spoof writers write about. They'd lose more than half of their 'sources'.
One thing he offers that makes sense:
He promises to include a power of 'recall' allowing voters to sack wrongdoing MP's between elections. Now I could go for that one.
Careful there David, you might be giving voters enough rope to hang you with.