David Cameron, in a video on his WebCameron blog, says the Conservatives' plans are "bold and radical." He also said: "I defy anyone to look at our plans and call them timid - because the truth is they cannot be timid if we're to confront and defeat these problems."
Bold and radical? There was a week or so last year when promise of a referendum on the EU was mentioned. That was bold and radical, but they slipped right back into protective mode, waiting for Gordon Brown to slip up rather than they themselves stepping up. David Cameron's boldness evaporates however because it's always provisional and subject to correction if not well received.
The Tories had the chance to question climate change, even though many are not persuaded the threat even exists, yet rather than open up debate David Cameron's green rhetoric has mainly dropped out of his repertoire.
I believe the economy would be safer in Conservative hands as that's been proved throughout my lifetime. David Cameron has been the leader of the tories for four years now yet the public have not acquired a sense of what he is about. They certainly don't have long to ensure the message gets across.
The American electioneering style doesn't appeal to me but David Cameron needs to reach a far wider age group than mine. Will this be the Conservatives saving grace?