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By ATWadmin On October 2nd, 2007 at 7:57 am

I have to say that I do agree with the announcement from David Davis that the Conservative Party would end the early release scheme which would see 25,000 prisoners freed from jail this year to ease overcrowding. Instead, a Tory government would fund 1,200 more prison places by scrapping ID cards. I think that’s a step in the right direction myself, though I would also like to see prison made much tougher for those who go there. We do not need the national ID cards that Government seeks to impose upon us.


By ATWadmin On September 28th, 2007 at 4:59 pm

Is election fever in the air? It’s reported that a rattled Conservative Party has decided to abandon proposals to tax supermarket car parks and to give air passengers a “green miles” allowance, under which they would be taxed if they took more than one short-haul flight a year.

Wee Georgie Osbourne, the child prodigy associate of “Call Me Dave” Cameron, is trying to now undo the damage that he and his ilk have presided over as they hauled their Party onto the political left. Well, sorry George, but you’re too late. The metropolitan elite epitomised by Cameron and Osbourne have wrecked the Conservative Party by preening their liberal feathers for too long, and now that they discover that the electorate is actually looking for something DIFFERENT from the Blair years, too late.

Cameron wanted to be the next Blair. He’s been granted his wish as the electorate turn away from him in their droves. I wonder if dour Mr Brooon will find the bottle to call a snap General Election – I think it possible since the Conservative have never been as weak as they now are – and all thanks to the wimps that embraced Cameron and his tilting at windmills!


By ATWadmin On September 26th, 2007 at 12:11 pm

Lord Tebbit, the "Chingford skinhead", and one of Margaret Thatchers closest AND MOST allies, has criticised David Cameron for being out of touch with ordinary people and not supporting grammar schools. In contrast, he praised Gordon Brown for his ‘principled conduct’, and suggested he was the real ‘heir’ to Margaret Thatcher. He said the Prime Minister’s decision to meet Lady Thatcher for tea was ‘a wonderful mixture of his courtesy and political nous’. "After all, Cameron described himself as the ‘heir to Blair’. It is only natural that Brown should make himself the ‘heir to Thatcher. I take Tebbit’s point but he is wrong to suggest that Brown is in any way more principled than Blair – both are socialists out to destroy our country, just like Cameron!

Truth About Cats and Dogs

By ATWadmin On September 24th, 2007 at 6:43 pm

catsdogs1.jpgConservatives Think While Liberals Feel

Neal Boortz writes this address to a hypothetical class of newly-minted, well-meaning grads:

Pay attention to the news, read newspapers, and listen to the words and phrases that proud Liberals use to promote their causes. Then, compare the words of the left to the words and phrases you hear from those evil, heartless, greedy conservatives. From the Left you will hear "I feel." From the Right you will hear "I think." From the Liberals you will hear references to groups –The Blacks, The Poor, The Rich, The Disadvantaged, The Less Fortunate. From the Right you will hear references to individuals. On the Left you hear talk of group rights; on the Right, individual rights.


That about sums it up, really: Liberals feel. Liberals care. They are pack animals whose identity is tied up in group dynamics. Conservatives and Libertarians think — and, setting aside the theocracy crowd, their identity is centered on the individual.

Liberals feel that their favored groups, have enforceable rights to the property and services of productive individuals. Conservatives and Libertarians, myself among them I might add, think that individuals have the right to protect their lives and their property from the plunder of the masses.



By ATWadmin On September 23rd, 2007 at 9:05 am

You really do have to laugh at the suggestion in the press today that the General Election could be held in four weeks after Gordon Brown was told by aides he will never have a better chance of winning – and senior Tories admitted they feared defeat. The Prime Minister is under huge pressure from his closest allies to call an election on October 25 after new private polls by both parties show him with a clear lead over David Cameron in the all-important ratings for statesmanship. One of Mr Brown’s allies told The Mail on Sunday: "Gordon is about the only one who is not convinced that we have to do it now."All our research suggests we would win – and win well."  No spin there from spin-free Gordon’s regime, eh? But he has a point since the debt-ridden UK economy is going to become much more exposed in 2008, and Mr Brown is the architect of that particular disaster-in-waiting.

Meanwhile Conservative morale has suffered another blow after Stephan Shakespeare, director of the YouGov polling firm and a former polling adviser to Iain Duncan Smith, forecast victory for Mr Brown. "David Cameron has successfully rebranded the Conservatives but he has not yet done enough to show he has attractive policies on issues which people care about most," said Mr Shakespeare. "People are worried about the big things like the economy and terrorism and are more interested in voting for a statesman than someone who is good on TV."

More metropolitan rubbish. Cameron has moved the Conservative Party onto the same ground as Labour, with indistinguishable policies and a better hair-do. The sycophants that surround Cameron think this is clever and they will discover just how clever shortly, when the wretched Brown sneaks back into power because the Conservative Party once again failed the people by not standing up for authentic conservative values. The British people will reject the Conservative Party because they see nothing that makes it conservative and THAT is why it deserves to lose.

Once they lose, I wonder what fate awaits Call Me Dave, the man who wanted to be Tony Blair?


By ATWadmin On September 20th, 2007 at 5:28 am

cameronST070606_228x429.jpgIsn’t it interesting to read that Conservative Leader David Cameron is now the least popular party leader, according to a new survey? The ICM poll found both Gordon Brown and, lord help us, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Menzies Campbell rank ahead of Eton-educated Cameron in terms of voters’ satisfaction with their performance. To add insult to injury, the survey for the Guardian also has Labour eight points ahead of the Conservatives in contrast to other polls earlier this month. Once again we see that the decision by the power-hungry and unprincipled Conservative Party to place  a PR spiv in the position of Leader is disastrous. The media like him when he tacks left but the electorate just don’t trust him and come the day of the General Election, his Party will pay a terrible price for failing to do what is RIGHT for this country. We need ALTERNATIVES to Labour, not copies. Cameron is a man for no seasons and he is incapable of beating Brown. After ten years of Blair, the fundamental miscalculation being made here is that Britain wants ANOTHER period of Blair-like leadership. I think that is precisely what it does NOT want, people are sick of the spin that typified Blair and Brown’s gawkishness may well be the asset that drives a stake through the blighted CMD project.


By ATWadmin On September 13th, 2007 at 8:38 pm

Madness. Tax rises for UK short-haul flights and for "gas-guzzling" cars are needed to combat climate change, a Conservative policy review group has said. The Quality of Life Group said it was "illogical" cars and trains were taxed more than flights, adding the UK should be a "world leader on green growth. It also wants to suspend airport expansion and increase investment in railways. I say, go ahead and include it in the next Conservative manifesto – it will be another stake through the heart of little Lord Cameron’s faux conservatives.


By ATWadmin On September 12th, 2007 at 6:54 am

You have to wonder if David Cameron actually WANTS to alienate every natural Conservative voter in the land! Did you see that his latest plan is to scrap free parking at supermarkets, DIY stores and garden centres? The Vichy Tory leader was inundated with attacks on his website after a Conservative policy group said families should pay a tax to park at out-of-town shopping developments to help curb pollution and save small high street shops. And he failed to silence the clamour by refusing to rule out such a move under a Tory government. It’s truly amazing that someone who even pretends to be a Conservative seems to spend all his time thinking up new ways to tax us!  The return of a Conservative Government under the leadership of CMD is unlikely in the extreme, and would be very dangerous if it did happen since British Conservatism would have lurched to the left and been rewarded for it! 


By ATWadmin On September 9th, 2007 at 9:15 am

Anyone who doubts that British Conservatism has died should reflect on some of the latest proposals that Call Me Dave’s party has in store for us should they get elected. Just consider these gems.

The new report confirms that Conservative will halt all road building and motorway-widening programmes because of their negative environmental impact. A series of measures would be introduced to deter travellers from flying between London and the North of England and Scotland. They will impose VAT on aviation fuel used in flights between UK airports. They will  halt airport expansion in the UK. Council will provide rebates for households that throw away less rubbish and then impose extra costs on all other household. They will add around £2000 to the price of the average family car in order to make more expensive "Green" cars seem competitive!

All of these proposals have been dreamed up by a Committee headed by the nauseating John Gummer (Remember him?) and backed by Zac Goldsmith. More reasons NOT to vote Conservative.


By ATWadmin On September 6th, 2007 at 7:43 am

Another day, another announcement from "Call  Me Dave" Cameron, leader of Her Majesty’s Offical Quisling Opposition. Today, Dave proposes setting up a six-week programme for young people called "national citizen service". He will say 16-year-olds should get the chance to do activities such as physical training or charity work. The Tory leader will say such work would "be about inspiration, making young people feel that British society is something they want to be part of". It will be the modern equivalent of national service, he added, but it would not be compulsory.

Our ambition is that every young person takes part – a truly national programme that everyone does in their summer holidays after their GCSEs, after leaving school or between GCSEs and sixth form."

Mr Cameron says that participants would be eligible for a cash sum on completion of their service, with half going to a charity of their choice and half to the organisation that ran the project. Youngsters would also attend a "graduation ceremony" in front of family and friends, he said. So, what do you think about this?

Is it a good idea to offer teenagers the chance to do something "inspirational" or is it a pile of pious drivel from a Conservative Party committed to avoiding any of the big issues that confront our society. For example, will the gangs of Croxteth be signing up to do good work? Or is this more middle-class humbug? Your call.