I alluded, in my preceding post, to David Cameron's 'faux qualifications' and the fact he (somehow) gained a first in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. That he has demonstrated a lack in the first and third has been demonstrated by recent events, however his lack of understanding in the second is also demonstrated by another fact, one which shows why he failed to gain an outright majority at the 2010 general election.
From an article in the Yorkshire Post, by Janice Atkinson-Small - a former Conservative candidate who has defected to Ukip - we learn:
"However, as candidates, we were not allowed to discuss Europe and immigration. Those words could not go into our leaflets and campaign materials. They were considered too toxic. Immigration was the biggest issue across West Yorkshire at the last General Election but candidates were not allowed to discuss it."
A decision which illustrates the lack of his 'political nous', his dictatorial attitude to his country and his party - and his overriding love affair with all that 'sprouts from Brussels'!
That Cameron is a tad 'green' where his political ability is concerned; that he is a tad 'yellow' where his belief in his nation is concerned, consequently making the emotions of the electorate 'red' with annoyance; and making the remainder 'blue' in sorrow with the state of our nation, cannot be beyond dispute.
He should be extremely proud of his achievement - he has managed to alienate every facet of political opinion whilst at the same time, in his 'conference speech', imploring us 'to all 'work together'!