Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Cameron and Auschwitz

One of the more unpleasant aspects of leadership is having to apologise for actions taken under your watch, or at least taking responsibility. The unpleasant aspect is when you may not of instigated those wrong actions for which you are held accountable.
With that in mind, isn't it time that David Cameron made an apology, at least for the way those comments appeared!

2 comments:

lettersfromatory said...

No, he shouldn't. The only reason that the comments appeared as they did was because the Labour spin doctors twisted it out of all recognition.

He criticised a policy initiative on the grounds of the Government failing to fund it properly, and apparently that makes him "sick" according to Jim Murphy.

Paul Burgin said...

That "gimmick" was mentioned in a list of thirty. You have surely got to see the crassness of that!