Do you think David cameron is doing a good job of running the country?
Asked By: ? - 4/8/2012
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A good job running the country... More
Answered By: Biftatheskunk - 4/8/2012
Additional Answers (17)
Answered By: Peter - 4/8/2012
he's bad but still better for you Brits than the Labor. right?
Answered By: Jerry Perry - 4/8/2012
Not really ... he's a bit ordinary ... !
Answered By: serenaz - 4/8/2012
Isn't the UK about the size of New Jersey? How GD hard could it be to run? -pft-
Answered By: zomg - 4/8/2012
Answered By: robert x - 4/8/2012
no but he's better than red Ed
Answered By: V V - 4/8/2012
Camoron is doing a fine job of running the country off the rails and into the ground whilst making sure his wealthy friends have a lucrative future!!!!
Answered By: Prospero - 4/8/2012
I don't think he could run a bath
Answered By: BigD - 4/8/2012
no, he and his rich pals are ALL IN IT TOGETHER - the rest of us are paying for it.
Answered By: MYRTEL - 4/8/2012
"Biftat....." forgot to add... More
Answered By: Who - 4/8/2012
You did mean ruining, didn't you... More
Answered By: Celia H - 4/8/2012
Nope. I do think he's better than his 2 predecessors, but that's hardly a recommendation. I could just as easily say that a kick in the shin is better than a kick in the testicles or a poke in the eye. True, but still not exactly what I'd hope for.
Answered By: Terrier (UK) - 4/8/2012
is this a trick question? course he isn't, we though thatcher was bad but look at this twat
Answered By: graffiti rebel - 4/8/2012
"Running the Country," you have to be kidding. "Call me Dave" is at best the mouthpiece for the big corporations that want to see their own agenda put through.
Answered By: Ian r - 4/8/2012
We have to be honest when it comes to politics of Britain these days... More
Answered By: robert c - 4/9/2012
He is doing a great job on restoring the class divide his rich mates are cheering him on he is making sure they don't have to pay up. He is gone back to basic tory values the rich elite should keep the wealth the poor and sick should know there place. The worker in many tory minds should happily serve them for a few... More
Answered By: jack lewis - 4/9/2012
only if you are rich and can afford £250,000 for a dinner date with him,otherwise NO .
Answered By: MB - 4/9/2012
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