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David Cameron is “Trapped By Wealth” – These 12 Tweets Sum Up The Situation Perfectly

The Prime Minister, old Spam Face Cameron isn’t having the best of times right now is he?

It’s not about to get any easier, as in today’s Daily Telegraph, columnist Charles Moore has opined that part of David Cameron’s problem is that just like people who have no money are “trapped by poverty”, he is “trapped by wealth”.

Naturally, Twitter users who’ve read the piece have come up with their own blinding responses to this. Here are 12 of the best.

via IBTimes
via IBTimes

We’ll share the burden

via Twitter
via Twitter

Yeah, that’s cool – that £200,000 gift from your mum? Just let it rest in our bank account, Dave.

Bad dog!

via Twitter
via Twitter

We’re laughing. Laughing hard.

You could be entitled to compensation

via Twitter
via Twitter

Ring this number now, it’ll only cost you £35,000 per minute.

Won’t someone think of all the children?

via Twitter
via Twitter

All those little Hermiones and Benjamins – forced to live in penury, eating Spirulina and being forced to meditate with their Naturopath parents Jolyon and Jacintha.

If walls could talk

Via Twitter
Via Twitter

Well, we can dream, can’t we?

Never a truer word spoken

via Twitter
via Twitter

They really only wanted to help us, all along. They’re so altruistic it’s unbelievable really. How did we not work this out?

Donate to Dodgy Dave’s Offshore Fund

via Twitter
via Twitter

What could be safer than putting all your hard earned cash into a non-taxable offshore fund that you then conveniently forget to remember that you’ve got? Nothing. Nothing, we tell you!

When you’re so trapped by wealth you can’t get out of your house

via Twitter
via Twitter

We’ll just call the fire brigade and get them to come out and laugh at you. Trapped by your own filthy lucre.

Should we? Should we really though?

via Twitter
via Twitter

If it’s all the same with you Steve, we’ll just stay here, in the corner, laughing and then simultaneously worrying how we’ll pay our electricity bill this month.

Skippy doesn’t give a flying ant

via Twitter
via Twitter

Skippy has skipped off back to the bush to work on the storyboard for the next episode

We’re all in this together

via Twitter
via Twitter

That’s the spirit – we’re all as one, making Britain great again. Let the PM know we stand by him at this very difficult time.

Hope there’s no queue

via Twitter
via Twitter

Raise the white flag! Surrender yourself! We’re coming in to get you and save you from a life of horror.



Kit Dwyer
Writer and comedian. I've been freelancing since 2009. The last 4 years I've been an SEO specialist. In my spare time I blog about new music. I will publish a novel one day, instead of telling everyone about it.

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