An Open Letter To Mr. Cameron.
Dear Mr Cameron,
I was, until September of 2009, a passionate Tory activist. I defended loyally much I was unhappy about. After all what good is passion without power. As the MPs' expenses scandal unfolded I began to lose heart and logically, strength. My one remaining hope was that you had a cunning plan B when The Lisbon treason treaty was ratified. You had nought but vague and weak piffle that exposed, painfully, a dreadful weakness in strategic planning.
Since that time Conservative local constituency parties have been steadily throttled, my own a glaring example. Also a dangerous decline in support by a battered and bruised nation has followed this "cast iron" failure.
Now we face a meltdown in personal financial conditions never ever experienced in history and likely to be even more disastrous with a hung parliament. A mentally deranged man is our Prime Minister. A bully and a coward. Yet your stance lacks any vision for getting rid of him and his army of dysfunctional incompetents.
Out here is a hunger for revenge on Labour. You offer a mirror image of that scoundrel, Blair. Your applauding of his departure was despicable.
Now we are all stranded in the rubble of Labours' 13 years of "power at all costs" Holocaust. You walk around we badly wounded victims offering nought but weak, cold tea when we crave a hefty shot of brandy and fire in our belly.
The tiny success ever had in UK education, was grammar schools, you drop support. We discover Iraq was illegal and we and you were conned by your hero, Phony. We want out of Afghanistan you offer "more of the same". Climate change is a lie and a political ponzi scheme.You embrace it totally and agree CO2 trading scams. Pension fund theft by Government is a scandal that will haunt us long after I am dead, you offer zilch reform or even hope.
I have often doubted opinion poll numbers and still believe the grip on all our institutions by the left and Labour is frighteningly deep. If they can easily rig elections and lose registers, fiddling poll numbers ought to be quite easy. However, I still see little energy from The Conservative leadership to challenge the mess created. Week after week PMQs delivers the frustration that is driving many people to despair. How many open goals will it take to score a decisive point? Seemingly none. That or there is a gaping hole in the net. Still, at least Mr Osborne appears to have sewing skills. You might do worse than follow his instinct. Yours at the moment is woefully lacking.