Puppets can’t turn on puppetmasters

We’ve been through all this:

At the heart of his pro-growth policy — to be set out in detail in a speech in London tomorrow — are more tax cuts. Labour-market regulation must also be pared back; school-leavers should be encouraged to start their own businesses; and more should be done to get banks to lend.

Yes, not in question. What is in question is why Cameron and his Bilderberg partner can’t. They can’t because they perceive they aren’t “allowed” to implement a growth policy. Clegg’s only in there to curb Cameron on behalf of his EU masters.

Cameron is a political eunuch. He has the power if he wants it but he dreams up, under Clarke’s say-so, all sorts of reasons not to have the power. Then he concentrates on little powerplays within the party. It’s like a bullied bully who then turns on someone smaller to bully in turn.

David Davis does not appear to understand to whom Cameron is in thrall. Remember marionettes?

One Response to “Puppets can’t turn on puppetmasters”

  1. Sackerson September 2, 2012 at 08:16 Permalink

    When a PM feels vulnerable he’s likely to bust out in all sorts of damaging initiatives to save his phony-baloney job, and that’s just what we read in today’s Mail on Sunday. Then we live with the legacy, while he goes on to work for (JPM?). The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.

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