Sunday, May 20, 2012

The Dark Side of David Cameron

It’s Sunday. That means a day of rest for news sources, even if the world goes on at its usual pace. When pages are not being dominated by sports, we get things like the following from the London Telegraph:
Is David Cameron trying to tell us something? When asked last week to name his favourite album, the Prime Minister picked Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd’s downbeat prog-rock tribute to conflict, excess and insanity.
I’ve never really thought of Cameron as an advocate for “conflict, excess and insanity;” but maybe, if I try watching The Wizard of Oz while listening to one of his speeches, my thoughts will change!

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