Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Smiling through it

A colleague of mine noted today that whatever Mandy says, even if it’s inherently negative, he always seems to smile afterwards. It’s part of what makes him such a curious character.

The little smirk he gave after his Sky News interview just now felt like an acknowledgement that the case he had so fervently argued a moment ago was indeed laughable.

He was asked to make clear the difference between Tory spending “cuts” and Labour spending “constraints” – his answer was “real choices”.

If even Mandy is finding it this hard to hold the cuts/investment argument together then it must begin to totally unravel at some point.

Expect more of the same at PMQs today.

1 comment:

Oldrightie said...

It is a smug, self-satisfied smile of arrogance by a wicked man who believes himself immortal and untouchable except by his favoured desires.

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