Hardliners on the Tory right are saying David Cameron’s unequivocal support for gay marriage may have cost us any chance of winning last night’s Eurovision Song Contest.
With homophobia, mysogony and political assassinations now a recognised form of protest across many parts of Eastern Europe, Tory activists claim the PM’s stance on equality may have cost us votes from some of our like-minded friends.
Members of the Conservative Grassroots movement and Muslim leaders have united in their condemnation of Mr.Cameron’s continued backing for the plan and are calling for it to be abandoned.
But supporters of the Bill have hit back saying that the attempt by Tory backers to redefine fairness with their eye-watering bonuses and recent attempts by some Muslim men to redefine childhood with their depravity insist their argument now carries very little weight.
Realists are claiming the Bonnie Tyler ditty ‘Believe in Me’ probably only managed to pull in 23 points because it was shite and not because of some deep seated racist loathing of all things British...although some did admit her Welshness could not be entirely ruled out.
Some Tory faithful are also blaming the gay marriage debate for creating other problems affecting chances of re-election, such as lack of growth in their pension pot, low returns on their investments, low shareholder yields and the poor truffle crop on their estates.
Some Tories are saying the EU is at a cross roads and heading for crisis and continued membership will make it increasingly difficult to wage war on nations not prepared to kowtow to our imperial past.
‘History shows the best way to influence opinion in Europe is to invade, not gather around some table talking’ said chairman Bob Willard ‘Johnny Foreigner doesn’t like it up ‘em.
Apart from the gays of course but we’ll be keeping them in separate cells anyway’.
Gay marriage decision cost us Eurovision say Tory faithful
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Hardliners on the Tory right are saying David Cameron’s unequivocal support for gay marriage may have cost us any chance of winning last night’s Eurovision Song Contest.Posted 3 years ago #
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