Saturday 28 September 2013

Cameron rules out pact with UKIP that wasn't even on offer!

A deluded David Cameron has told the BBC that he wouldn't enter into the pact with UKIP that UKIP doesn't want but his members keep asking for.

Cameron thinks that his Cast Iron Guarantee™ of an in-in-in for another 2 years of negotiations before we're allowed to get out referendum on "Europe" (he means the EU but he doesn't know the difference) if they win the next election is enough to win over enough voters to give him a win in 2015.

He also thinks their completely inadequate controls on immigration - to limit the number of our friends from the Commonwealth and the rest of the world who can come to live and work here whilst allowing unlimited immigration from every country in the EU - is enough to meet the demands of a public that is growing increasingly angry at the insanity of flooding the country with immigrants that we don't need and can't afford.

The man is on another planet.  Hopefully the other inhabitants of Planet Cameron aren't allowed to vote here because the thought of another 5 years with the deranged Tories and Limp Dems in charge is equally is frightening as 5 years of Labour.

We don't need Cameron to dismiss the idea of an electoral pact between UKIP and the Tories because it's not on the cards.  It's Conservative Party candidates and members that keep talking about a pact because they're desperate to save their own skins, UKIP members haven't asked for a pact and the vast majority wouldn't entertain the idea of joining forces with the toxic Tories.

Nigel Farage told the Tories in May last year that there was no chance we would be joining forces with the Tories and in May this year I pointed out (following more talk of a pact from the desperate Tories) that we are not here to make the Tories electable.