Monday, June 11, 2012

#McCann: #PubGate #NancyGate - Were The McCanns Horrified That Cameron Could Forget His Daughter And Leave Her In A Pub ? - Remember NEGLECT For The McCanns Is Only An Alibi To Explain Maddies 'Disappearance'


Minister, David Cameron, and his wife, Samantha, accidentally left their eight-year-old daughter, Nancy, alone for fifteen minutes in a Buckinghamshire pub. Apparently, the Camerons—along with their three children, and two other families—had gone to The Plough for Sunday lunch. Nancy snuck away to the bathroom, the Camerons went home in separate cars, and it wasn’t until they got home to Chequers that David and Samantha compared notes and realized that neither of them had Nancy. Panic ensued, and, as a Downing Street spokesman explained, “Thankfully when they phoned the pub she was there safe and well. The prime minister went down straight away to get her.”

You’d think that was that, particularly as the Camerons, who lost a son, Ivan, to cerebral palsy in 2009, have shown themselves to be parents of the most devoted caliber. But the British public has seized upon the anecdote with disproportionate interest—at one point this morning, #Nancy was trending on Twitter—and Cameron, by discussing the mixup, has shown that he is sensitive to the criticism. There are a couple of factors that make the Nancy story, like the Seamus story, an emblematic tale that may well haunt Cameron for years to come. The first—understandably irresistible to Internet wags—is that the Cameron administration has recently announced that it plans to sponsor free parenting classes. (In a new twist on the usual fallacious analogies that liken household finances to national budgets, this led people to suggest that if Cameron couldn’t look after his daughter, he surely couldn’t look after a country.) There is, of course, a class element to this: when working-class parents screw up with their kids, it’s a sign of pathology, requiring state intervention, but when privileged parents do they can apologize for their absentmindedness and promise, next time, to take a head count. more

Comment: The story is two months old and Murdoch bided his time , his purpose, to do the most damage so he chose the week Cameron would be at Leveson to realease it through the SUN and to coincide with this evenings Dispatches on Channel 4 'Murdoch, Cameron and the £8 Billion Dodgy Deal'...

Murdoch would like to do so much more harm to Cameron , for instance expose the McCanns but he cannot do that without bringing himself and Brooks down and as much as he despises Cameron, Brooks is everything to the dirty sleazy warmongering digger.