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Will you be blackmailed into voting for Cameron in 2015?

We all know what Lynton Crosby’s strategy is to get us to vote for David Cameron in 2015 – fear. The Tories know Cameron has nothing positive to offer us. So, the Tory strategy has to be to try to blackmail us into voting for them with the ‘Vote UKIP, Get Miliband!’ scare campaign.
We’ve seen this again after Douglas Carswell’s defection to UKIP – the Tory press was full of articles claiming things like ‘Carswell has made a Miliband win more likely’. The idea is to make us feel guilty about possibly allowing a Miliband/Balls victory as if it was our fault. But hold on a minute….
Who increased public spending while promising to cut it? Cameron. Who doubled our national debt from £700bn to £1.4trn and rising? Cameron. Who increased immigration while promising to cut it? Cameron. Who has continuously insulted and derided his core voters? Cameron. Who was less than truthful to us about why he introduced single-sex marriage, claiming ‘it was the right thing to do’ when in fact it was a ruling by the European Court of Human Rights which forced him to do it? Cameron. Who didn’t have the backbone to stand up to Nick Clegg over constituency boundary reform? Cameron. Who tried to get Britain to fight alongside the Islamic State militants to overthrow Assad in Syria? Cameron. Whose promise of an EU renegotiation is a sham because he knows he’ll never get agreement from the champagne socialists running the EU? Cameron.
Yet, the Tory strategy is to blame us voters if Miliband gets elected.
If the Tories want to win the next election, the answer is staring them in the face – do a deal with UKIP. If the Tories give UKIP say 20 safe seats and UKIP don’t stand against the Tories in the other 300 or so where a Tory/UKIP alliance could win, then the Tory/UKIP alliance would thrash Ed Miliband.
So, whose fault is it if Miliband wins in 2015? Not mine. Not yours. It’s only David Cameron’s fault and the fault of the Tory MPs who haven’t the courage to push Cameron into a winning alliance with UKIP.
Don’t get blackmailed by Lynton Crosby and the panicking Tories.
Vote out of hope for something better, not from fear of something worse!
Oooh – that’s quite a good line. Perhaps UKIP should use it to counter the coming Tory scare campaign?
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8 Comments on Will you be blackmailed into voting for Cameron in 2015?

  1. Shan’t vote Conservative, ever again. Once I’ve been betrayed, as I feel I was, there’s no going back to the lying party, ever !

  2. A pact would be a mistake as many of our voters are working class, Labour voters, who would never countenance supporting the Tory party and thus by association an alliance between us and the Tories.
    We must keep the faith and play the long game and we will eventually win the war. Winning the odd skirmish will not help the country. The Canadians have totally changed their right of centre party that had moved to a social democratic position just like the Tories.

  3. So what if we get a Miliband government. Five years of red Ed will help deliver more Labour voters into UKIP in 2020. The Tories have had it: a party only interested in its self preservation and not the national interest deserves to fail.

  4. In my opinion it would be “bad news” to contemplate anything to do with the remains of the present gutless Conservative Party. The people must trust UKIP or forever do what they are told to do, by their “EU Masters”!
    Vote for Brown, Blair, Balls and Miliband, and get what you deserve… “Cameron in Red”. It’s a “no-brainer”!

  5. No alliance with Cameron in office, and some others of his posse. In fact no alliance with any conservative who wants to stay in the EU for any reason. We must break free, and then renegotiate from a position of strength they need us more than we need them. Especially now with Germany’s miraculous recovery peaking and starting to slip, things are going to get very dodgy in the “handout empire” with no money coming in and all those promises made and pension commitments to uphold.

    • We can support the largest party without going into coalition, it may mean we don’t get cabinet positions but at least without a majority the largest party won’t be able to put anything stupid through

  6. My personal viewpoint is that I’m not going to let down all the people who have voted for me in the past or the ones who have promised to vote for me in the future. Regardless of any deals done, I will be fighting as hard as I can to win our seat. A deal with the Conservatives will see our supporters deserting in droves. Don’t do it!

    • I agree NO DEAL we can do it on our own, have faith. Ex Conservative voters like me have no wish to prop Cons up, Labour voter’s will not vote for Cons. So UKIP is the big loser in any deal. Don’t do it.

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