AA Grundi: Is PM David Cameron running scared from TV debate?

I'd be more than happy to step into Dave's shoes.
I'd be more than happy to step into Dave's shoes.
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It looks like our esteemed Prime Minister is doing his best to wriggle out of a pre-election debate with his fellow party leaders.

Cameron has been tarred with the ‘coward’ brush and been called ‘a chicken’ more times than Marty McFly in the Back to the Future trilogy.

I have no doubt that ‘I agree with Grundi’ could become the mantra of the 2015 campaign

AA Grundi

Some might say Dave is running scared, but I think he’s savvy enough to realise he has nothing to gain and everything to lose by turning up.

But it’s a pity as the debates are one of the more entertaining elements of what promises to be a pretty dull affair.

And I want it put out there that Grundi is more than happy to step into Dave’s brogues and face up to messrs Miliband, Clegg and the mighty Farage.

Remember how Nick Clegg boosted his campaign five years ago?

It must seem a very long time ago to Lib Dems but briefly Clegg was king of everything.

Dave Cameron and Gordon Brown (remember him?) were falling over each other to declare that ‘I agree with Nick’.

And I have no doubt that ‘I agree with Grundi’ could become the mantra of the 2015 campaign if I was given a chance.

After all Grundi’s core policies would definitely be in the national interest.

A complete ban on mobility scooters, life sentences for anyone caught wearing a cap the wrong way round and the lowering of tax on high quality distilled spirits would all be part of the Grundi Party’s platform.

I’d also incarcerate any youths out and about on the streets after 4pm and put the use of text-speak like ‘lol’, ‘rofl’ or ‘pmsl’ on a par with treason.

And I can’t see how the public could argue with any of them.

Go back to your kitchen sinks and prepare for Government!