It says in the bible "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone". How many of us have paid cash for a job, knowing that the person doing the work is sticking the money in their pocket without declaring it? How many of us have not at some point bought duty free cigarettes and booze, because they are cheaper? How many of us have invested in a tax free ISA so we make more money? We criticise Cameron at our own peril as we are a nation who loves dodging tax. If everyone of us paid all the tax we could afford and took no efforts to minimise it (legally or not), we'd have plenty of cash for the NHS, plenty for good schools, plenty for new trains and roads. We don't like David Cameron, because when we see what he's doing, we see a reflection of ourselves in the mirror. I've been bombaded with emails from people telling me I should write a piece slagging him off for not paying tax. It is the last thing I would do because as far as I am concerned, he's simply indulging in our favourite national hobby.
There are plenty that I consider are wrong with Mr Camerons morals, such as applying a double standard to banks and steel workers, claiming he cares for the NHS, whilst presiding over its destruction and the scandalous way our ex servicement end up on the street with mental illness, having been broken fighting wars Cameron and the political classes start. It is ironic to me that Camerons biggest credibility crisis is at the whip hand of something we all do. You may say ISA's and Duty free are perfectly legal means of tax avoidance. So is salting your dosh away in offshore funds. If you don't want such things and you think the NHS is more valuable than subsidising the well off, smokers and boozers then fine.
I daresay these views are none to popular. I'd suggest that is because they are true.