Sunday, July 15, 2007

Cameron's judgment called seriously into question by Lit cheque to Labour

David Cameron hand picked Tony Lit to be the Conservatve candidate at Ealing Southall. Cameron over-rode the normal selection process to get the man installed. Lit wasn't even a member of the Conservative party and had no track record in politics.

Now we find out that a few days earlier Lit had queued up to be photographed with Tony Blair and handed over a cheque to the Labour party for £4,700.

I could say this raises serious question about David Cameron's judgment. I'll go further than that. This proves that Cameron's judgment is appalling. He was trying to prove the Conservative party had changed and had a young vibrant candidate, but in the process proved that the Conservative party has not changed and that he lacks any sound judgment whatsoever.

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