Monday, 14 November 2011

Roll up or turn up

From Politics Home we learn that David Cameron has said that he and the rest of the Coalition are "rolling up our sleeves" to deal with youth unemployment.

Like he did here, with a message to the eurozone.

Or here, on dealing with the government's programme for improving growth.

Or here, prior to the leadership debates in 2010.

When applied to David Cameron one is reminded of a quotation by Sam Ewing:
".....some turn up their sleeves, some turn up their noses, and some don't turn up at all."

Just saying..........


TomTom said...

As a young Lenny Henry said on Not The Nine O'Clock News Mrs Thatcher was worried about youth unemployment - there wasn't enough of it !

Cameron should simply auction more internships at Tory Party fundraisers !

cosmic said...

Cameron's fiddling about and trying to cover up the symptoms with a dab of cosmetic, not address the causes.

He doesn't have what it takes to carry off Blair's eye catching initiatives and then move on, and in any case Blair had about exhausted that seam.

Shallow, silly man.

WitteringsfromWitney said...

TT & c: Well, one things clear - I'm not paying one way or the other.

Anonymous said...

It's the same old depressingly predictable BS from Cameron, Mr W.

I've poured my bile into this, today.

Will the Tory faithful wake up sufficiently to do something about it?

I doubt it.

WitteringsfromWitney said...

F: the chances the tory faithful will wake up must be as great as one's chances of winning the lottery.