Cameron and George Osborne are making a cack-handed
attempt to slash the welfare bill by depriving hardworking, low-income families of an average PS1,350 each.
Osborne should know his cack-handed
attempt at stage management hasn't gone unnoticed.
True, Cardiff council has been somewhat cack-handed
in the way it's delivered change to its system of waste collection.
It was a move which was as extraordinary as it was cack-handed
, because in Scotland all it will achieve is to galvanise even more support for the SNP.
It is a self-inflicted wound and it is typical of the cack-handed
way the game is promoted in this country.
One idiotic spree involving half-hearted attempts, cack-handed
attempts really, left blood all over the place, bound to be caught, fell off a car port roof.
Even supporters can see he's a cack-handed
case of Photoshop image tampering generated so many howls of derision from web users that embarrassed party bosses threatened a crackdown to cut the mockery.
Policy error in Europe was the most probable challenge to this and not a cack-handed
withdrawal of Quantitative Easing in America, since that would suggest that Ben Bernanke's expertise on the Great Depression did not extend to 1937 when a sharp recession was sparked by premature tightening of both fiscal and monetary policy.
Not to mention hilarious to the rest of us when some cack-handed
Casanova finds his crown jewels plastered across Facebook.
The Labour heavyweight, who lost out to younger brother Ed in the race for his party's leadership, said: "Since last Wednesday the consensus has formed that the Budget spin was cack-handed
But, as a pre-budget exercise, attacking the HRI in such a cack-handed
manner did them little favour.