Monday, 3 December 2007

Tory defector Quentin Davies - Who's sorry now?

I wonder if Quentin Davies is sat at home tonight regretting writing these words in his letter to David Cameron: "Although you have many positive qualities you have three, superficiality, unreliability and an apparent lack of any clear convictions, which in my view ought to exclude you from the position of national leadership to which you aspire and which it is the presumed purpose of the Conservative party to achieve." Gordon Brown is: "a leader I have always greatly admired, who I believe is entirely straightforward, and who has a towering record, and a clear vision for the future of our country which I fully share".

I think Quentin may have been a little hasty to jump ship.

4 comments:

Sunonmars said...

Traitors always end up strung up by their own duplicity. He deserves everything he gets. He should be a Tory posterboy. Are'nt we glad he went, he makes Brown look like an idiot.

Daily Referendum said...

What I have said could be seen as being cruel, however Quentin did stick the boot in when he defected.

Andrew Allison said...

I wonder if he needs police protection when he walks around the streets of Grantham?

Daily Referendum said...

Andrew,

I wonder if he can decide which side of the street to walk on.