I’m never short of admiration for David Cameron as a campaigner. He has no policies, but he is a brilliant man for the way he has pulled his party around and made them so electable.
Starts off with an apparent compliment, then slips the knife in while deftly ignoring the Tony Blair-shaped elephant in the room.
He then launches into a bunch of speculative innuendo and spooky whispers implying that Cameron may be up to something dodgy. Well, of course he's up to something dodgy, he's a fucking authoritarian politician: he's at the very least out to steal your liberty and your money with menaces. Just like New Labour do.
He then waffles on until he comes up with this hilariously ironic ending, which he delivers with a po-faced complete lack of self awareness:
Maybe some policy and ideology will suddenly appear before him once he’s in office, but I don’t think so. Policy is created before entering government, while you’ve got time to think. Once in, the daily grind of crisis after crisis makes it extremely difficult to form new ideas.
I think it’s just a game. I think that David Cameron has never been interested in what to achieve in office. It’s all nothing more than a great big tribal game, and winning is the only goal. There is no integrity and only one rule: never get caught. The problem is, of course, that everyone gets caught in the long run, and it may well be his downfall.
Absolutely breathtaking hypocrisy, isn't it?