"A man who broadcasts live to the nation by kitchen webcam, and was last week invited out clubbing by a rapper from Chicago in town to discuss violent lyrics with him, accusing his rivals of being too youth-orientated may raise eyebrows at Westminster. So will the accusation of ageism against a government that outlawed it."
I think this paragraph in today's Observer sums up Cameron's latest opportunism.
Well the guy has got a cheek! Some other things he now claims to support Labour on.
Cameron opposed the Minimum Wage, saying 'it would send unemployment back up'.
Cameron called Child Trust Funds a 'gimmick'.
Cameron opposed the abolition of Section 28 saying the PM was 'moving heaven and earth to allow the promotion of homosexuality in our schools'.
Cameron supported 'Patient's passports' to give the rich hand outs with NHS money, he called it 'the start of a new Conservative revolution'.
Well it seems his latest tax policies, that the independent Institute of Fiscal Studies described as the most regressive tax policies since Thatcher are the 'new Conservative revolution', which hopefully translates as 'Conservatives still out of touch and out of power for many more years yet'.