Monday, October 02, 2006

David Cameron starts blogging

The great leader, Mr Cameron, has started blogging and more importantly it includes a webcast with Tory Radio superstar Jonathon Sheppard and blog supremo Iain Dale. Read it - it's great.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dave Cameron speech: OK. He's not an excellent orator. The contents and issues covered were excellent, but failed to totally carry the conference on a few issues such as faith schools (especially Northern delegates). Again their isn't much for the hard working single male; who seems not to figure with any political parties plans. This group are poorly supported, have to fend for themselves and go largely unrecognised. Families, Single Mothers and Hoodies get more press.

Which group commits most crime, the most suicides, the most vehicle accidents, the most terrorist offences. Answer: Single Males.

Linden Parker said...

Politics seens so different when served up as a VideoPodcast.
It's surprising that Blair never thought of anything similar - it definitely makes the Conservatives more appealing when you see the leader in a slightly more social setting.

Cllr. Gavin Ayling said...

This will appeal to many, many voters. Well done Mr C.

Anonymous said...

While this is supposedly to reach out to the younger, more technological age group... I fail to see how it's going to win Cameron any headway, most of the younger generation will see this purely as an act of pretention...

If any other political leader was depicted washing up in a suit, and stressinghe uses eco friendly washing up methods (mmmh hot water) he would be figeratively stoned to death...

Another prime example of Cameron covering up his lack of substance with phrases such as "eat your bread and jam"... cutting straight to the core of the voting public...

"touch of grime, tough on the causes of grime"

Anonymous said...

For one brief moment at the beginning of his leadership it looked like there would be less Blair-like spin and more policies. Unfortunately Cameron seems even to be outdoing Blair on occasion when it comes to media management and silly technological stunts, like this blog.