Saturday, January 2, 2010

Upping the Cameroonie cliché count

There ought to be an add-on blogsite widget, a counter to enumerate the tritenesses spouted by the Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition.

Here is the peroration of Cameron's New Year address to the expectant nation, as trumpeted by the Tory's own website:
Our plans are not timid – but the truth is they can’t be.
The problems of today demand more.
They demand real change – and that can’t come soon enough.
We can't go on like this. We need change to get the country back on its feet.
A better NHS; an aspirational economy; a big society; a new politics.
We have a four year track record of delivering change in our party.
Now we are impatient to change our country.
We are determined to make a difference.
We are all in this together, and we know that if we all pull together then this country can have great hope for the future.
So let's face this new year with confidence, optimism and hope.
And let's make 2010 the year for change.
Pick the bones out that pap.
Churchillian it's not. Sphere: Related Content

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