Tuesday, 8 May 2012
Cameron Looks For Scapegoats
Politicians, when all else fails, seek scapegoats.
David Cameron is no exception and, for reasons best known to himself, has decided to blame accountants for the coalition's unpopularity with the electorate. Cameron is of the view that accountants are tainted with a negative brand value, and that voters have associated the coalition with accountants.
This is all in your mind David, the reality is that voters don't like your policies and are fed up with the coalition's incompetence (eg the Heathrow UKBA clusterfuck and the Jerrycan Crisis).
Oh, and by the way, accountants have a perfectly decent brand value; it is only tainted when accountants are associated with politicians!