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To really HATE (yes, hate) David Cameron?

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vivizone Fri 05-Apr-13 17:39:16

Hate is such a strong emotion but it's the only thing I feel for him. Charmless, idiotic bastard. But hey, him and his family are alright. Must be lovely not to worry about keeping your kids warm eh Dave?

I absolutely hate him.
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Viviennemary Fri 05-Apr-13 18:40:34

I don't hate him. I think Milliband and Harriet harman are much more annoying and out of touch. Labour is finished for the forseeable future until they get somebody decent as leader.

lolaflores Fri 05-Apr-13 18:41:53

to hate DC and Co. specifically is quite reasonable given their all out attack on the welfare state and what it seems to represent to them. To whit, the poor, weak and vulnerable being cared for at some expense to the nation. Though as someone noted, spending 20 billion on a fucking weapon is not the same thing at all. Oh no. Thats our defense. In actual fact it is putting money in the pockets of the same people who support these artless fuckers and will continue to do so when they are out of power.
Someone refered to us living in a "conservative Narnia Winter" and they could not have put it better. I hated Maggie Thatcher with every fibre of my self righteious little 19 year old heart, but she was just the mother ship for this breed of fuckers. To have watched the wholesale destruction of the heavy industry of this country and the communities that went with which this crew are now effectively polishing off is soul destroying. Those areas now with the highest crime, drug use, welfare dependance are most likely the skeletal remains of Her Legacy in the 80's and 90's. It is a form of social murder. And some fucker out there voted for them

Lucyellensmum95 Fri 05-Apr-13 18:42:49

He is an utter cunt with no handle on reality whatsoever, its like a big game of monopoly to him, and he's losing while the banker continues to cheat.

lolaflores Fri 05-Apr-13 18:45:23

Come the revolution Sisters and Mumsnetters! How to overthrow a government and pick the kids up on time. I am sure Rosa Luxembourg had this worked out. But you see? Keep the people off balance and too focused on putting food on the table and the revolution will be cancelled.

YouTheCat Fri 05-Apr-13 18:46:15

Lola, if only there was a like facility.

I was 9 when Thatcher got in the first time. I remember all too well.

Chipstick10 Fri 05-Apr-13 18:47:30

Yy to Harriet harperson and millipead. Ooh I did a little shiver thinking of them.

mumofthemonsters808 Fri 05-Apr-13 18:54:53

I don't hate him, I just think he is an upperclass twit,regardless of him being Prime Minister he is the typical stereotype of a wealthy,slimey public school boy.I immensely dislike his body language,the way he speaks, even the way he looks and dresses(especially his casual look).I find him very false and insincere and I detest the way he pretends to care. Having said that I find Ed Milliband painful, I can not for the life of me understand why his brother was not voted for leader.I will never vote again untill there is someone worth voting for.

LapsedPacifist Fri 05-Apr-13 18:58:14

Little shiver? <cute>I do a huge vomit thinking about the 23 millionaire members of the cabinet (most of whom inherited their wealth) who claim we are 'all in this together' whilst cutting the income of the most vulnerable members of society, (ie the disabled) who have no chance of ever being able to 'work their way out of poverty'.

StephaniePowers Fri 05-Apr-13 18:58:23

Something makes me very uncomfortable about the word 'Millipead'.
Is it meant to have that echo of badly-spelled 'peado'?
I don't love Milliband but I can't get behind that as a nickname sad

Also, lolaflores, go sister!

Snoopingforsoup Fri 05-Apr-13 18:59:18

I hate him too.
He's so shit he couldn't even get a majority vote after Labour had spectacularly bombed out of fashion.
Hate away. I think he's a clueless chancer despite his privilege and posh education.
I wish just for one day his mate Gideon would look interested in his job too. Where is the man's enthusiasm?

ChompieMum Fri 05-Apr-13 19:08:36

I have to say that it is VERY VERY disappointing that he has jumped onto this too. Mr Cameron if your advisers are reading this (and they will be monitoring sites like this) you have really let yourself down by trying to capitalise on this. Phillpot was responsible for killing his children, the courts are responsible for punishing him and YOU are responsible for trying to make political capital on unrelated issues from this tragedy. Whatever the rights and wrongs of the benefit system, you should be ashamed of yourself.

BMW6 Fri 05-Apr-13 19:11:11

YANBU - I expect he would hate you too grin

Chipstick10 Fri 05-Apr-13 19:14:08

Eh?!!! Millipead is one of those weird insects. Wot has a paedo got to do with it?

Tanith Fri 05-Apr-13 19:17:54

A Millipede is an insect.

Millipead is a childish attempt at punning a politician's name.

Viviennemary Fri 05-Apr-13 19:20:10

People who think Labour are going to sweep into power at the next election are in for a big shock. At elections votes count not who can shout the loudest or give the most insults.

Chipstick10 Fri 05-Apr-13 19:22:26

Totally gobsmacked and speechless at the attempt to turn my comment into something it's not. Have already stated on another thread several times that I have difficulty spelling. Always have had always will. Some kind mumsnetters on here have often pulled me up on my spelling, not humiliating at all.

Chipstick10 Fri 05-Apr-13 19:25:08

Agree Vivienne. Sick of all the point scoring with no real answers or alternatives.

StephaniePowers Fri 05-Apr-13 19:31:21

I'm glad it's a spelling mistake, otherwise it was a truly horrible nickname.
I don't really see him as a millipede, more a Nick Park creation grin

BMW6 Fri 05-Apr-13 19:35:35

I'm glad it's a spelling mistake, otherwise it was a truly horrible nickname.

Oh yes, MUCH worse than calling Tories evil & scum ........ hmm

GrowSomeCress Fri 05-Apr-13 19:49:03

But the milli"pead" mispelling doesn't refer to paedophilia - that would be mill"paed" confused

StephaniePowers Fri 05-Apr-13 19:50:54

People do misspell it though, that's what I thought was happening.

Anyway, back to hating the Tories...

Actually I agree with Chipstick10 that all politicians are basically loathsome these days. Vile lot.

Viviennemary Fri 05-Apr-13 20:01:09

Quite. GrowSomeCress. Glad to see the voice of reason from at least some people.

GrowSomeCress Fri 05-Apr-13 20:08:17

BMW6 made a very good point too

marjproops Fri 05-Apr-13 20:08:45

its the double standards that get me. because of bloody philpott EVERYONE on benefits is just like him, yet meanwhile, scameron and his minions are lining THEIR OWN pockets and all their expenses/second homes/luxury lifestyles/nannies/harrods shopping all the while saying 'were all in this together'.

its the hipocrisy.

theyre cutting jobs/benefits etc left right and centre....why dont they start with THEMSELVES? meanwhile they give themselves pay rises.

Aaaaarrrrggghhhh! and breathe.....

flatpackhamster Fri 05-Apr-13 20:09:47

Ahh, politics thread in AIBU again. How nice.

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