The day they stop bashing Cameron on CH is the day he’s over.
In right wing politics, bashing is the equivalent of imitation – the sincerest form of flattery. It betrays interest to bash. If there is no interest, silence is the response.
Bash away. The more noise the better. Democracy works because debate improves.
That’s why Nulab are such a disaster. They sit there in worshipful silence, and turn into scalded cats if anyone dares to even question the pronouncements of their Gord.
The other wonderful thing about Cam-bashing on Con Home is that it sure as hell confuses the left wingers at the BBC, and the Grauniad. How can this ill-disciplined rabble ever expect to make any progress, they muse.
They keep repeating in their narrative what a disaster the grammar school debate was. That’s because they haven’t had even one debate in Nulab for fifteen years. In fact the grammar school debate was a refreshing outbreak of democratic process and it resulted in a sound policy compromise.
If we go quiet and become like them, we’ll fail this country like them. Bash away. Cameron loves it. He’s a localist, and localism needs bashers.
Which tune shall we dedicate to Cameron and the spirit of open debate tonight, Cam-bashers?
Cry Me A River? or why not Whitney – I’ll Always Love You?