Charlotte Gore seems to have summed it up perfectly.
Holby is a little more verbose, but he is just as accurate.
I watched the whole thing. He is a good speaker, and hit the right notes on a lot of things, if rhetoric, and preaching to the choir blows your hair back. Sure, he speaks better than Broon, but so does my cat.
I have questions. Lots of questions. CMD has, since taking office, ignored two sworn affidavits of mine, so there is little hope of him reading this, but let's have a crack anyway.
Yes, Davey, we know Labour broke the country. They broke everything they touched. Broon was a mistake that historians will be laughing at for centuries to come. Blears will be howled at, so will Wanking Jack and the harridan he pals around with. Blair the Smarmy will hopefully be one day arrested and incarcerated for the war criminal that he is, and hopefully whatever that thing was that was appointed Chancellor of the Exchequer will similarly burn for an eternity if there is any justice in, or out of, this world.
We know they fucked up. We know they did so without panache, without style, without grace and without a word of explanation. We know they lost the ability to listen to the people that elected them, and those that didn't. We know they gave away our gold. We know all that Davey, so repeating it was really more for you than for us, no? It guaranteed a round of applause and some wry chuckles, eh? Naughty old Labour, tut tut.
Our question is this: where the fuck were you? Where were your party members? Where was Cleggy Boy's party? You were all MPs at the time and you did nothing. Not a damn thing. Your job, Cleggs job, and all the independents, was to make sure shit didn't happen. Your job was to stop them from breaking the country. You didn't. You all clambered to vote for two illegal invasions. You all stuck your grimy, greedy hands in the air to vote for the Lisbon Treaty, so that future jobs were assured. You all agreed to the 120,000 new regulations that the EU shat our way. You all agreed to 3,500 new "crimes" while you sat in opposition. I hereby dispute that you were ever in opposition. A few witty remarks at the despatch box does not an effective opposition make. In short, you were shite in opposition.
And now that you are the head honcho you tell us, with a suitably serious face, that "We are all in this together". It's our fault that we got fucked in the first place. I share some of that responsibility but I'm damned if I'm going to buddy up with you now. No-one was listening to me. No-one was listening to the millions of us that were so desperate for you to step in and fight. You failed to do so on countless occasions.
I didn't dump our gold, with a warning first to the markets, at rock-bottom price.
I didn't borrow a shit-load of money when there was no need to.
I didn't want a public sector made up of 7 million workshy fuckwits.
I didn't vote for the Lisbon Treaty.
I didn't ask for 120,000 new regulations from the unelected shambles that is the EU.
I certainly didn't ask for another 3500 crimes to avoid committing.
I definitely didn't ask for our troops to be despatched to Iraq to impress that fucking chimp Bush Jr.
I most definitely didn't ask our troops to hand-deliver democracy to a bunch of people who haven't needed democracy for 7,000 years.
But now that we are all in the kaka, you want us ALL to assume responsibility?
Fuck. Right. Off.