19 April 2010

Is Cameron losing it?

I wonder if Cameron sees the inherent contradiction in what he is saying:
In a Guardian interview Cameron adopted a clear Vote Clegg, Get Brown message, saying: "It is the Conservatives who offer decisive change – anything else and you risk being stuck with what you have got."
After a weekend in which some senior Tories attacked the Lib Dems head-on, their leader took a different tack. "My response to all this is to redouble the positive," he said, insisting he will not indulge in negative tactics to claw back lost support.

Given that his main message is that we risk five more years of Labour, how can this be perceived as a positive approach?

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