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THIS THREAD IS GOING TO BE HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE
Bet he looks ridiculous in a T-shirt.
Miliband actually looks much better in a t-shirt than a suit
Cameron doesn't have a lot going for him but he can look leaderly when he wants to. I reckon he'd look like John Travolta at the end of Pulp Fiction in a T-shirt.
There is no such thing as "looking like a leader". fucks sake.
I got a load of stick for claiming there were even qualities we expect leaders to have.
ought to hire whoever took that photo of him to do all his photo ops
All those feminists just waiting to vote for him! :')
The Sun 1
can someone make a chart of which campaigns have been snubbed by which party leaders?
this is the one instance where I'd like to have seen them ask him to take part.
Anyway, I guess we just need a campaign where only Clegg refuses to wear the shirt so that we've got the set.
saying, "Check out my record collection!"
If politics was based on this it'd be a straight shoot out between Farage and Clegg for the keys to No. 10.
They're both ultimately about as insignificant as each other.
he clearly hates women. Fair play to him for not being a hypocrite, I say.
"Ed Milliband and Nick Clegg wearing feminist T-shirts tells you *everything* you need to know about them.
I'm sure their PR people told them feminism is part of th zeitgeist but, I would say, to most people feminism is at best controversial and at worst bigoted and repellent to people who actually care about equality."
I'd get him to wear the t shirt in some sort of 'day off' scenario then pay some pap to get a photo of him and pretend it was without his knowledge.
"day off" scenario would be something like wakeboarding, formula 1 day from groupon etc
as a bonus here's a pic of George W. Bush tearing up a trail
would be like him wearing one about being a Menshevik, so credit for consistency at least
It's the same shit that leads to people wearing poppies because it's bad to be seen without one rather than wanting to show support for the cause. A bullshit level of politics that allows first year uni students to convince themselves that [random issue] is the MOST IMPORTANT PROBLEM IN THE WORLD AT THIS PARTICULAR MOMENT IN TIME AND ANYONE WHO DOESN'T OUTWARDLY AGREE IS EVIL.
But then again, it's Cameron, who's obviously a cunt.
One t shirt and Ed and Nick had already worn it. Imagine how sweaty Ed would have made it,all worried about having his photo taken
90s-style. Very cool
the darkness that's already consumed his soul has spread to his upper arms
"15 sexiest female golfers"
and then calling them out as a cunt for refusing?
David rather than Ed Miliband. This came from a quote on the Elle website, which it has now amended"
And maybe wear more t-shirts
No. He's the leader of the Conservative Party. My friends who engage politically in feminism are all very anti-Tory. Whatever the (myriad) evils of Cameron and his cronies, he shouldn't be lambasted for refusing to wear what would be such an outlandishly hypocritical t-shirt. Same way he's not going to wear a 'this is what a leftie looks like' t-shirt.
Is feminism (and the benefits that come from it) only available to those who are left-leaning?
Weird logic, bro.
(Not defending CG who is a complete plum)
"whatever, it'll sort itself out. Or not. Either way is fine with me. Just don't interfere, it's FINE. It doesn't matter. Don't touch that! Please leave."
the Conservative ideology of DCam and co. But I think feminism would advocate much more market intervention in order to achieve the feminist ideology than would be acceptable to a free-market capitalist.
The Conservative Party is historically set up in opposition to anything that could be described as 'good'.
but thinks it could've been made in a nicer way
But don’t quite a few feminists have a bit of a problem with those t-shirts anyway? I’m sure I’ve seen friends + friends of friends mocking people who wear them on social media anyway.
Cameron thinks, rather than looking into what he *actually* thinks.
Or to look at it another way, never let facts get in the way of moral self-righteousness.
What a shame we only have the following to build an idea of what the Prime Minister might think:
policy/effect of policy
all previous known actions of the man
If you say you're one, then you are. You don't need validation or approval from someone else before it becomes true.
To this end if Cameron says he's a feminist, then he is.
then you forfeit your right to adjudicate on who is and isn't a feminist
as you do to being a twat....
make of that what you will
^ THE MAN
v THE LEGEND