FARAGE TELLS TORIES SACK DAVE AND I WILL JOIN THE TORY PARTY – Revenge they say is a dish served cold, ice cold and Nigel Farage takes a real dig at the Tories by announcing an ‘election pack’ with the Tories but only if they send David Cameron packing.
Oh what a tangled web we weave and David Cameron is no doubt regretting his decision to resort to slurs and school ground name calling after taking such a humiliating defeat in the Local Elections by UKIP.
There is only one thing that UKIP despises more than the Tories and that’s the Labour Party and Nigel is more than happy to join forces if it keeps the Labour Party out of power.
While this is surely a dig at David Cameron the actual idea has merit. It could be argued that UKIP and the Tories simply have a to greater differing view on the EU however when you look at the unholy alliance the Tories have with the Liberal Democrats; who refuse any suggestion by the Tory Party, especially in respect of welfare reform, then a UKIP / Tory alliance might work out better than we first perceive.
The offer has not been dismissed out of hand however according to the reports I have heard the Tories are flatly refusing to kick Cameron out.
Cameron might have thought that calling UKIP ‘clowns’ and ‘fruitcakes’ was a good idea at the time but to exasperate the situation he took the fatal step of wheeling out dear old Ken Clark and with his usual style of non-conformity announced to the public that UKIP were nothing more than ‘closet racists’.
From the voting and the number of seats gained in the Local Elections, some 147 of them, it became quickly apparent that the public felt that name calling didn’t provide any solutions to the crisis that the UK faces and that resorting to such clearly displayed Cameron’s failings as a politician and leader of the Tory Party.
“UKIP and Tory candidates could run a single candidate in key parliamentary seats, in effect a Tory/UKIP coalition. He plans to take Parliament by storm by standing in a by-election expected in Portsmouth soon. He had given Mr Cameron a ‘kick in the balls’ in the local elections.” Nigel Farage, UKIP Leader
There is little room for doubt that the UK political landscape is changing and that the voters want a party that will give them a referendum on Europe. As the days pass and the EU continues to take more powers into their own hands I would expect to see little support for our continued membership into what has become a dictatorship run by un-elected commissioners that appear to have one purpose and that is to take care of themselves.
If Cameron wants to see a cats chance in hell of winning the next General Election he would do well to take a leaf or two out of the book of those he refers to as ‘fruitcakes’ because maybe it’s time that the UK public was fed some cake instead of the continuous diet of bread and water.
There are rumblings that Tory MP Adam Afriyie has told the Prime Minister now is the time for action and that he must get a grip on the basic issues of the EU and Immigration now or face certain defeat in the 2015 General Election.
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