Tuesday, 2 November 2010

How's that votey changey thing going for ya?

So, anyone wondering what rank and file Tories think of Cast Iron Dave's premature capitulation on the EU budget and breaking yet another promise to hold a referendum on EU treaties?

ConservativeHome has the answer ...

Sarah Palin's amusing anti-Obama "how's that hopey changey thing going for ya?" quip was well received by ConservativeHome who called her the "Queen of America's anti-government protesters".

Does anyone know how that "votey changey thing" is going for the Tories?
Osborne’s speech, even though it was spoken on the floor of the House, seemed aimed at pleasing the Conservative Party alone. When he sat down, many Tory back-benchers rose to their feet and cheered and I suddenly felt rather ashamed that I voted Tory at the last election.
Peter Oborne, Daily Telegraph's chief political commentator
when Michael Gove backed out of his promise to come and apologise to the parents, pupils and staff he had so badly let down, I felt ashamed to be a Conservative
- Councillor Elaine Costigan, Sandwell MBC
But, after today, I will, briefly, but for the first time since I joined, be ashamed to call myself a Conservative.
- Alan William Collins, Conservative blogger and party activist
It's going well then ...