@David_Cameron UR A Twat

Oh dear lord. As if this Prime Minister hadn’t already made enough massive errors of judgement. Now the knobber has gone and joined Twitter. Already there is a popular #askdave hash tag featuring some beautiful insights into the country’s opinion on this vacuous, bloated excuse for a man. You’d think Mr Cameron would have better advisors! Who’s idea was this?

But let’s not get too worried about ol’ shiny face! Asking David Cameron questions is fun! My first idea was to treat his account as I would Google, asking @David_Cameron anything I’d usually need the search engine to answer. However, that’s too much like hard work. What’s more fun is sitting back and reading Cameron’s @replies.

And if you consider that he’s had thousands of messages in the last hour or so, mostly either abuse or actual serious concern, yet has not replied to a single message, tweeting only twice; once to promote his account and once to brag about some NHS hospital visit, we can all be forgiven for thinking this account will be used only to big himself and his cabinet of crooks up. No MP Q&A here.

If ever more proof were needed that our Prime Minister is more concerned with his own image and the well being of his millionaire mates… This Twitter account will be one to watch. I fear it shall not end well. I wonder how long he (sorry, his PR team) can put up with constant abuse before they either start pathetic legal proceedings in an attempt to silence critics, or simply close the account and pretend it was an imposter?

Whatever the outcome, have fun now: “@David_Cameron [witty/abusive criticism] #askdave” – Enjoy!

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