David Cameron, the Prime Minister, mentions in a speech in Shipley, Yorkshire today that the country needs to return to the values of Margaret Thatcher.
Alarm bells are ringing among the millions of ordinary citizens who voted for the Liberal Democrats. In Scotland, Lib Dem voters can hardly bring themselves to utter the name who devastated Scotland in 15 years.
They are even more disgusted to see the arch Thatcherites in the Tory Party sitting with Lib Dem MP's as a Coalition Government.
Is it any wonder that the MP for Ross, Cromarty and Skye voted against the ConDem coalition. He could C what Nick Legg was up to.
From the Shetlands to the Borders, they watch in horror as a previous Secretary of State for Wales, a Tory, nicknamed "the Vulcan" pops up in Parliament, in their newspapers, and as a guest on Question Time on BBC1. They did not C that Nick Legg would do this to them. Neither did anyone else.
This is the man who voted in 1988,1990 and 1994 to bring back the Death Penalty.
The man who the "Yorkshire Post" called the "Pol Pot" of the Tory Party.
The Secretary of State for Wales who returned £100 million, of Wales's block grant, unspent to the UK treasury. At the same time as the coal mining areas of Wales were devastated by the Tory Government. Who's appointment as Secretary of State was described by a Plaid Cymru MP as "the most bizarre political appointment since Caligula made his horse a Senator." The Secretary of State for Wales who abjectly failed to mime the Welsh National anthem.singalong here
Mr Cameron, keep your friends close and your enemies closer