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But would a patriotic, proud, principled leader of a once great country - who is expected to require LESS intervention in Britain's private affairs - get straight on the phone to his masters in Brussels asking them to rule in his favour? You bet he wouldn't. Sad for us, then, that we are not talking about such a person, we are talking about David Cameron. I mean, for a PM who wants us to believe he wants to renegotiate, if not entirely a non-political relationship, certainly a LESS political one, he falls over himself to validate the EU's authority. .
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So refreshing to read the absolute truth, for a change. What can we do about it? We must hold our nerve. We must keep up the pressure. We must expose the lies and the trickery. And we must confront those who are, effectively, the enemy of the British people. We are living at the most crucial time in post-war history. What we do now, and what we achieve between now next election will surely decide the fate of the British nation. .
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How many times have I told you? Boris is NOT the man who is going to rescue the Conservative Party and the country. ALL serious Conservatives must start getting real and stop heaping praise on people of little substance who can only take us from the frying pan into the fire. .
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But Nick, Dave and George ARE giving encouragement to stay-at-home mums They are encouraging them to go out and earn the money they will need to compensate for the loss of income suffered due to this Coalition's policy of increasing taxes (stripping their child tax break) on their already high taxpaying husbands. Their husbands were just about managing to support their stay-at-home wives, their children, and paying all the household bills, all the while paying high taxes and taking NOTHING from the state. A model of the traditional, responsible, self-reliant family that looks to do the best for their kids. Then Dave, Nick and George came along and decided that they wanted to mess all that up. .
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Reply to Peter Buss. That is a ridiculous thing to say. Why should what he says he be treated any differently to any other political leader? This fixation with trying to vilify and censor #K#P is immature and hysterical. Conservatives won't stop defecting to them by trying to make them the enemy. The way to stop #K#P's rise is to return the Conservative Party to its core purpose and stop the abuse of loyal Conservative supporters. .
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The British people desperately need a majority Government of REAL Conservatives elected in 2020. For this to be guaranteed, Cameron MUST push ahead with Gay Marriage. .
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A statement full of irony. (1) - Oh what the English would give to be out of the EU. (2) - And therefore, it is baffling that anyone would regard this statement as a disincentive to vote to leave. (3) - The Scottish want independence from Britain, which was - until Maastricht - a fully democratic country. Yet Scottish Socialiists are determined to jump from relative independence and at least some democracy, with the UK, to NO independence and NO democracy as an insignificant Principality within the EU. (4) - If the Scottish vote to leave, then how can the remaining UK ensure that the Scottish people assume full responsibility for their own future, without the assumption that, if things go wrong for them, they will always be able to rely on aid from the UK, and their citizens eligible for benefits and NHS treatment by virtue of holding some sort of dual nationality rights. Of course, being in the EU would compound this problem for the UK. To my mind, every way one looks at this, the Jocks can't lose. .
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Excellent. And what should we do amidst all the speculation that real Conservatives should cave in and support Cameron's Party in 2015, purely on the strength of the promise of a referendum *IF* Cameron achieves a water-into-wine election win? We should HOLD OUR NERVE! This isn't about #K#P, Cameron's Party or real Conservatives. It is about the national interest and the British people's right to guarantee their ability to remain prosperous and democratic. We pledge our support to #K#P at the Euro-Election, and the General Election, unless Cameron, or someone more able, takes the decision that will allow us to vote to save Britain, and the Conservative Party. .
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