I'm not sure exactly what it is like being eaten alive by bullet ants (one pictured), he writes. But I can't imagine that the experience can be significantly more excruciating than the ordeal I've just endured listening to the hot-needles-in-the-eye bilge and twaddle being spouted by David Cameron at the Tory party conference.
The man continues:
David Cameron is dangerous in the same way that Tony Blair was dangerous – because he sounds so plausible. He has the capacity to tell his audience whatever it is they want to hear – and persuade them that he is speaking the truth, no matter how much evidence he has previously afforded them to the contrary.I tried to précis one of Blair's speeches once. There are formal rules for doing this, and once I had applied them to take out all the extraneous words, I was left with a blank piece of paper. Cameron is like that – all fluff and no substance. Hague, like his master, is even worse.
The important thing is never to listen to them. The delivery has an obscurant effect. Read their speeches – then the vacuity is readily evident and the lies exposed. The only way they wouldn't be lies is if Cameron – as Dellers observes - had found a way of talking without moving his lips.