29 July 2009

Cameron does it Alan Johnson's way

Marvellous stuff from Cameron in this interview.  Do listen.  He is in great form.

When asked why he was not on Twitter, he said:

It's too instantaneous... Too many twits might make a twat.

And then, when asked about the mood of the nation, he replied:

The public are, rightly I think, pissed off - sorry, I can't say that in the morning - angry with politicians.

Just the a the type of down to earth banter, with a bit of honesty thrown in, that they will love in the Dog & Duck.

It is just the thing you could expect Alan Johnson to say to make an impression with us voters.  Perhaps Dave is thinking a few weeks ahead……


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  1. wonderfulforhisageJuly 29, 2009 at 12:25 PM

    There is straight talking and straight talking. The leader of the opposition saying 'pissed off' and 'twat' on the radio is one kind of straight talking, pretty juvenile in my book. Telling us straight where he stands on a referendum on the Lisburn treaty is another more grown up kind.

    "We would not let it rest..." is obfuscating spin. And spin is one of, if not the major contributor, to the public being 'pissed off' with politicians.