The Cameron Clegg Show Episode 2
by: Tom Dyson
Cameron ,Clegg first joint Conference
Now we have new PM and his deputy form as a coalition government.Does it going to work?!!!
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David Cameron and Nick Clegg UK Democracy.mov
My hastily produced animation inspired by the final result of the UK General Election, on the 11th May 2010. Gordon Brown resigns, after being long hounded by the Tory press, although for his own reasons; in doing so he continues to help stabilise the economy by forcing Nick Clegg to make a decision, instead of basking in the limelight. Clegg chooses the unlikely alliance of The Conservatives, (I have to say his 'tribute' to Gordon Brown was one of the most insincere things I have ever seen, and hes no match for Cameron on the acting/lying front). This will upset all those who voted for The Liberal Democrats, because they couldn't face the prospect of four years under the Tories. Adding up the no-Tory vote may hold the greatest majority, and anyway policy-wise they are further away and more extreme than the other two main parties.
However, both the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats seem so hungry for power; they both seem to have forgotten what they stood for and more so what beliefs and policies they campaigned on, to their respective followers. I would think most voters feel a little duped today. Paddy Ashdown and others are putting on a brave face; Malcolm Rifkind has already shown his anger at Clegg, for talking to Labour secretly. I think we are in for 4 years of in-fighting and back-stabbing, between and within the two parties, so much for a stable government then. But first we must watch the Tories dismantle Brown's steady recovery plan, and sack public sector workers, Thatcher style. These have some of the biggest and most organised Unions, so expect some disruptions. The Liberal Democrats, think they can dilute the extreme Tory policies, this may happen at the start, on some lesser policies, but Cameron is too single minded to put up with too much interference for too long. If you thought the recession was bad under Gordon Brown? You ain't seen nothing yet! I don't blame the Lib-Dem voters as many in their own party couldn't have foreseen an alliance with the Tories. Cameron must have been spinning some good ones over pizza the other night. Poor Cleggy looks doe-eyed and infatuated with Cameron. Like some public schoolboy crush on a senior. He better like fagging, as I reckon they'll be boots to clean and not many decisions to make. Any mellowing of the Government with Lib-Dem front benchers will be balanced, with extremists.
Great, if they could all work together, but look at the Vince Cable 2008 brilliant attack on the Tories, (my favorites, while it is still on line). Im not sure the Tories have actually changed much since then have they? There are many other similar videos on here, are we to believe they can bury those differences, for four years, or were they lying to the electorate to catch votes, and power, and the remuneration that goes with that? The Labour party are well out of it, but will no doubt be blamed by the other two for, 'the mess we inherited', for as long as they can spin that out. This makes the election and our reasons for voting for partys a bit pointless really, how can we believe them again?
Do see webcameron's own video, (in my favourites), for their view just a few days ago, on coalitions and a hung parliament, (while it's still up at least).
How can we be lovers if we can t be friends Cam...
Falling Away with You Clameron Fanvid
Right ho, chaps!
DISCLAIMER: First thing to point out - I know we've seen the news pictures, and chuckled over the newspapers' choice of metaphors, but seriously, any underlying subtext hinted in this video is purely fictitious. This video is meant to be taken as art. I would hate to disrespect anyone with insinuating things which I claimed as fact.
Song: Muse - Falling away with you.
Clips: BBC, Sky, ITVN, ukcameron, yougov
Now I want to thank the people at lj's "uk_lolitics" for the photos and suggest anyone inclined to reading Cameron/Clegg slash head over there now - or better still to the anon_meme!
Ok, that's it. Thank you and good bye.
P.S. Good luck with the coalition, Dave and Nick! Time to sort out our country xx
David Cameron and Nick Clegg A Love Story
David and Nick finally have a chance at real happiness together.
John Shuttleworth If Nick Clegg was called Nich...
Comedy song by John Shuttleworth aired on the BBC Radio 4 Vote Now Show in the build up for the UK General Election 2010.
If Nick Clegg was called Nicholas
Voters would think him ridiculous
But as he's just plain Nick Clegg
People assume he's a right good egg
If only Gordon and David
Would shorten their names as he did
Think of the votes they'd get
from an admiring electorate
Wouldn't you put a tenner on...
Somebody called Dave Cameron?
He sounds a like a friendly bricklayer
Or even a professional darts player
(Dave, you require double-five
- Well he wants number 10)
If only Gordon was Don Brown
His ratings would never have gone down
A Don you would never close a door on
Whereas Gordon is a moron
(he's gone a bit quiet hasn't he, the lad who did that one)
By the way, I wonder if you knew...
That Nick Cleggs' a former member of Kajagoogoo
Oh no! That's not Nick Cleggs, that was Nick Beggs
Apologies I've made a slight boo boo
If Nick Cleggs was called Nicholas
Voters would think him ridiculous
But as he's just plain Nick
He's as solid as a brick
He's the one the others must lick
Shame his middle name is Benedict
(no I'm only joking )
Cameron Clegg Press Conference 12 May 2010
The problem with a Coalition is that you sometimes have to apologise for past comments. This is the rather jokey rebuttal of one such incident, during the first live press conference of the new Con/LibDem Coalition in the UK.
Copyright belongs to BBC News, as indicated.
Nick Clegg and David Cameron If You Were Gay
Nick(y) is concerned. David is only trying to read.