Oh what a gay day.

The Telegraph/ UKIP

Spivs Comment

Following hot on the heels of my newly released article ‘Cameron’s Closet’, the Telegraph today leads with an article that claims Sam Cam was behind her husbands dogged determination to get Gay marriages legalised. I can’t say that I’m surprised. However, does anyone actually remember voting for Sam Cam to become Prime Minister?  Didn’t think so…

Never the less, Cameron still came unstuck and only managed to get the law passed because of the support given by the Labour and Liberal Party’s. Fair to say, his own party humiliated him. And, for my part, I still maintain that he likes a bit of bum fun.

Having said that, the Telegraph are apparently talking bollocks… “What! An MSM newspaper talking bollocks? Surely not”.

Yep! 

According to UKIP’s website, Gay Marriages were due to become law anyway:

The Government’s controversial same-sex marriage legislation is being driven by an EU proposal which is set to become law later this year, say UKIP.

“Many people have been asking what prompted the Prime Minister to pick this uncalled-for fight with many people in his own party and the country at large,” said UKIP leader Nigel Farage. (See 2nd article down)

Furthermore I doubt that Nick Smegg was aware of the above fact. That cunt doesn’t know his arse from his elbow. I would imagine that is why he posted this on his facebook page last night:

 I genuinely believe that we will look back on today as a landmark for equality in Britain.

Tonight’s vote shows Parliament is very strongly in favour of equal marriage.

No matter who you are and who you love, we are all equal. Marriage is about love and commitment, and it should no longer be denied to people just because they are gay.

The Liberal Democrats have long fought for equal marriage. It is party policy and I am proud that the Liberal Democrats are part of the Coalition Government that are making it happen.

I especially want to pay tribute to Lynne Featherstone, whose dedication and tenacity have been critical to making this happen.

What a fucking mistake to make. As I type this foreword, Smeggs post is showing 118 comments. However, when I first became aware of  the post last night, I’m sure that it was showing 352 comments – non of them supportive.

In fact, most were dam right abusive. Was you expecting a favourable response Nick? I have taken the Liberty of Print Screening some of those comments and you can find them at the bottom of this page.

 

David Cameron’s wife Samantha is the ‘driving force’ behind gay marriage

Cabinet minister claims that David Cameron’s wife, Samantha, is behind the gay marriage policy.

David Cameron's wife Samantha is the 'driving force’ behind gay marriage

Ministers have joked in the past that Samantha ‘will have a more liberalising impact on Cameron than Nick Clegg’ Photo: Paul Grover for the Telegraph

Tim Walker. Edited by Richard Eden

7:30AM GMT 26 Jan 2013

 

Mandrake reported on Friday that David Cameron’s mother, Mary, had been asked why the Prime Minister was pressing ahead with plans to change the law in favour of same-sex marriage when it was alienating so many of the Conservative Party’s natural supporters.

“I know, but David just won’t be told,” the retired Justice of the Peace replied.

The answer may be close to hand: a cabinet minister points to Samantha Cameron’s influence on her husband. “Samantha is the driving force behind the policy,” claims the minister.

The baronet’s daughter, who is a creative consultant at Smythson, the Mayfair luxury goods firm, is known to have socially liberal views. She once expressed her horror at the socially conservative views expressed by American Republicans such as Sarah Palin.

Ministers have joked in the past that Samantha is such a strong influence on her husband that she “will have a more liberalising impact on Cameron than Nick Clegg”.

Before the last general election, Ed Vaizey, a Notting Hill friend of the Camerons who is now a culture minister, claimed that Samantha “might have voted Labour” in the past.

Vaizey, who has been a friend of the PM since their Oxford University days, said: “She would be going into this poll thinking, ‘Is Cameron the real deal or should I stick with [Gordon] Brown?’ ’’ He later apologised.

Another member of the Camerons’ social circle claimed that Samantha was behind the Tory leader’s famous comment – seen as an attempt to distance himself from the legacy of Margaret Thatcher – that “there is such a thing as society, it’s just not the same thing as the state’’.

Danny Kruger, David Cameron’s former speech writer, said he understood that the phrase was coined by Samantha when she heard him speaking and said: “What you’re actually saying is this …”

 

EU PROPOSAL IS BEHIND SAME-SEX MARRIAGE FURORE

UKIP

Tuesday, 5th February 2013

The Government’s controversial same-sex marriage legislation is being driven by an EU proposal which is set to become law later this year, say UKIP.

“Many people have been asking what prompted the Prime Minister to pick this uncalled-for fight with many people in his own party and the country at large,” said UKIP leader Nigel Farage.

“It has also been unclear why the same debate is being had simultaneously in other countries such as France, where opposition is also growing. Now we know the answer.”

An EU report due to be voted through the EU Parliament this November would see all marriages and civil contracts conducted in any EU country become legally binding in all other member states. Under the Berlinguer Report, a couple who are not permitted to marry in their home country could travel to another member state in order to wed, knowing that on their return home they would have to be regarded as married.

Paragraph 40 of the Report would mean that any member state would have to grant ‘all social benefits and other legal effects’ such as legal recognition, tax breaks and benefit entitlements to a married couple, even if such a marriage did not exist in their own legal system.

Mr Farage said: “Now we know why David Cameron has launched this highly contentious and disruptive legislation, apparently out of the blue.

“If a couple were to marry in Belgium, Spain, Portugal or Sweden where same-sex marriage is possible, the EU will say that they have to be given the same legal rights in whichever member state they then chose to live – even if that state itself opposes the introduction of same-sex marriage. In essence the Berlinguer Report seeks to establish an EU-wide right to same-sex marriage.

“It’s no surprise that the Prime Minister has kept quiet about this, even at the expense of cohesion in his own party. He has a hard enough time trying to force his own backbenchers to swallow both his dedication to keeping Britain in the EU and his wish for the state to interfere in the definiton of marriage. To suggest that the two issues are in fact interconnected would have caused complete uproar.”

You can read UKIP’s statement on the Same-Sex Marriage Bill here.

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