Monday, 18 February 2013

Tories confusing message.

There seems to be nothing short of panic in the Tory camp. Whilst they try and not only upset their own voters about gay marriage and inheritance tax. They are chasing a perceived threat from UKIP with a in/out vote sometime never with an old pledge they had already broken five years ago. They then spent yesterday with two messages.

You had IDS saying how no job should be beneath you, then the candidate for Eastleigh saying how her son wanted to be a Surgeon but could never get the right education in state schooling. So where one is telling you we are all equal the other is mentioning some places are more equal than others. Are the Tories really trying to self harm so they can fast track Labour back into power?

The work and pensions secretary has criticised people "who think they're too good" to stack supermarket shelves on back-to-work government schemes.
On the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, Iain Duncan Smith suggested that many "smart people" overlooked the importance of effective shelf-stacking.
A geology graduate recently won a legal victory over the back-to-work scheme.
But Mr Duncan Smith warned against assuming that geology was more important than supermarket work.

Iain Duncan Smith: "Terry Leahy started his life stacking shelves"

'An insult'
Mrs Hutchings prompted controversy after saying: "William [her son] is very gifted which gives us another interesting challenge in finding the right sort of education for him - impossible in the state system.
"He wants to be a cardio-respiratory surgeon."


It seems they are doing their best to destroy their own chances of winning the by election and would explain why the price has risen to 3/1 for a tory victory.

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