Cracker by Dave this morning, while trying to say it’s a ‘Country Defining Moment” he said “It is a career defining moment” Proof again, if needed to prove these guys are in it for themselves. People will say it was a slip of the tongue but I think those of us with a brain will know he meant what he said and had to retract quickly. How many mistakes will Tory and Labour make in the run up to this Election, it is almost like they are meaning to mess up. You would think after this yesterday David would be EXTRA careful!! Video below with links at the bottom
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David Cameron Makes “Career-Defining” Slip-Up During Asda Speech
Via Sky News on You Tube
David Cameron has made another gaffe on the election campaign trail – this time saying how election was a “career defining” moment when he meant to say “country defining”. Labour pounced on his remarks, claiming it was proof that he “puts his career before the country”. “It’s all about Dave,” the party tweeted. It is the third slip of the tongue by Mr Cameron in a week after he forgot which football team he supported and also forgot the date of the election – mistakenly saying it was May 9 instead of May 7.
He has already announced he would not stand for a third term in 2020 if he succeeds at this election, which many have seen as a mistake. If he fails to remain as Prime Minister after the election he would almost certainly be ousted as Tory party leader, so in reality this election this is “career defining” for him but to admit it in public is damaging as it makes him appear selfish.
Speaking to staff at Asda’s headquarters in Leeds, the Prime Minister said: “Whatever your views and whichever party you support, please make sure you do vote on May 7. “This is a real career-defining… country-defining election that we face now in less than a week’s time.” Jon Ashworth, Labour’s Shadow Cabinet Office Minister, said: “The problem with David Cameron is he always gets his priorities wrong. He puts his career before country, just as he puts a privileged few before working people.”
David Axelrod, Labour’s American election adviser who helped Barack Obama get elected to the White House, made a notably rare intervention in the campaign on Twitter:
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