Known for change... changing his mind, that is.
Expects us to hug hoodies... and I will do if I ever run into the hoodie who threw that egg at him the other week.
Got the country's hopes up of a referendum on the EU Constitution / Lisbon Treaty if he got into power, but withdrew the offer once it was clear he would win the next election.
Also known as Blair 2.0 because he's nothing more than a clone of Tony Blair.
Dude 2: No, what's up?
Dude 1: David Cameron is now at Number 10.
Dude 2: So Tony Blair's back in power again?
George: "Now that is an idea. You know daddies in the party. He'll be so very pleased. Now more importantly, where are we going to go for lunch"?
David: "Old Humprey's friend has just opened up a restaurant off the old Portobello. George old boy, give the Daily mail a ring I think I'm in the mood for a spot of cycling!"
George: "Bravo! Now where has Smithy got to with the roller"?
Cameron: "Er, excuse me, Tony. Hang on a minute, will you. What exactly is it a government is supposed to do?"
Sorry I'm late for work I had a David Cameron and it kept changing it's mind and not sticking to its word.
However too many british people (instead of arguing logically agains him) just declare him "posh" and "a snob"
Normal person- I disagree with his policies but how is calling him immature names going to help.