Can cameron's happy personality keep us going when the going gets tough?

martin57 Forumite Posts: 774 Forumite

Just seen David Cameron on tv and he does come across as a smilling cheerful postitive happy go lucky individual.

Just wondering though will that be enough to keep us going and see the brighter things of life when the going gets tough, people start loosing their jobs and welfare benefits are stopped or maybe cut?

Will we be able to say "ah things are not that bad we are doing it for the good of the country, and will we just need to take Cameron's advice and be positive and cheerful like him and cut back on spending"



  • Mrs_Bones
    Mrs_Bones Forumite Posts: 15,524
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    And his happiness survey / chart idea is going to back fire spectacly.
    [FONT=&quot]“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ~ Maya Angelou[/FONT][FONT=&quot][/FONT]
  • MothballsWallet
    MothballsWallet Forumite Posts: 15,848
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    No, I don't think Mr Cameron's happy personality can get us through. Now, selling off politicians, bank bosses and Premiership footballers as domestic help might.
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