September 30, 2008

WELL PLAYED, DAVID:

David Cameron vows to avoid US-style deadlock in dealing with economic crisis: Tory leader vows to put party politics aside as he unveils three-point plan to protect UK from fallout (Deborah Summers, 9/30/08, guardian.co.uk)

"We can't allow what happened in America to happen here," the Conservative leader said, as he pledged to work with the government to bring stability to the financial crisis.

In an emergency statement to the Conservative party conference in Birmingham, Cameron vowed put party politics aside as he unveiled a three-point plan to protect Britain from the worst of the economic fallout.

"This is a moment when democracies are being tested," Cameron said. "We need to show that we can deal with crisis."


Republicans deserve that one.

Posted by Orrin Judd at September 30, 2008 6:36 AM
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