Monday, December 04, 2006

Making mountains out of molehills

As so many voters are disillusioned with Tony Blair and the Labour Party, it should be straightforward for the Conservative Party to secure victory at the next General Election.

So why does David Cameron admit he has a "huge mountain to climb"?

Is it a recognition that the Conservative Party does not yet appeal to aspirant blue collar workers? Focusing on green issues may well appeal to floating middle class voters but it's unlikely to win many "working class" votes!

How many "working class" voters feel angry when they see others enjoying a similar lifestyle yet are solely reliant on the welfare state?

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