Wherefore Art Thou Lynton?

Tories get to know Lynton and his inimitable style of running Election Campaigns.

At an Election Breakfast Lynton Crosby was asked “Would it not be a good idea to focus our manifesto on trading and GDP growth?”

Tory Twitter

Tory Twitter on Election Campaign 2015.

He replied –  ”The British people are tired of the economy.”

http://www.enterprisebritain.com/2013/tony-drury/lynton-crosby-the-threat-to-the-uks-recovery  ‘Mr Crosby, You’ll not listen but the British people do care about the current dire situation. They are struggling to make ends meet. I wish you’d go back to Australia.’

Are you thinking what we're thinking

Are you thinking what we’re thinking – ‘beaubodor’

One of Lynton’s more memorable lines from a previous performance.  Mr Crosby reportedly joked, ‘Let’s put a rag round the battle bus’, apparently referring to Muslim headwear.

Tim Montgomerie

Tim Montgomerie

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2238039/Some-say-PMs-fixer-racist-Top-Tory-attacks-Camerons-chief-foul-mouthed-rant-Muslims.html

Well, Lord Ashcroft not impressed.  

Former Conservative deputy chairman Lord Ashcroft told friends that outspoken Australian Mr Crosby’s remark about ‘f****** Muslims’ was a major error of judgment.

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