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Thursday, 8 April 2010

Tories want to help religion! Surprise, surprise!

The Daily Telegraph:

[Tory leader] David Cameron has pledged to review Britain’s abortion laws and stop assisted suicide in moves designed to place religious issues at the forefront of the Conservative election campaign.

Well, I wasn’t going to vote for the Tory toff, anyway, but now I’ll doubly not vote for the slimy, smarmy bastard.

The Torygraph continues, “The Conservative leader has laid out his plans in an interview with The Catholic Herald, one of his first interviews of the election campaign. It is understood that Mr Cameron’s aides requested the interview.”

Well, we know they’ll say what their audience want to hear, these dissembling politicians, but this, it seems, was a requested interview – requested by Cameron’s lot.

And to think this twassock could be our prime minister in a few weeks’ time.

Or it could be Gordon Brown.

And it’s unlikely to be Nick Clegg of the Lib Dems, we know, but in the case of a hung parliament he could have serious influence – and his lot have pledged to do more for bloody religions, too.

Talk about a rock and a hard place!

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