After Thursday night's BBC Question Time special it's understandable the Tories would want to be united in their support for their leader.
Thing is though, they appear to have gone a bit over the top and completely disregarded any sense of autonomy or individuality...
Strong commanding performance from Cameron. He was outstanding. #bbcqt— Jim Messina (@Messina2012) April 30, 2015
— Matt Hancock (@MattHancock2015) April 30, 2015
— Tory Treasury (@ToryTreasury) April 30, 2015
Strong, commanding and most of all passionate performance from @David_Cameron— Michael Samuels (@msamuels75) April 30, 2015
Suffice to say it was all mercilessly torn apart immediately...
If Dave needs a post-performance stress poo, I hope he puts in a strong and commanding performance #bbcqt— Joao Morais (@_JoaoMorais) April 30, 2015
Just made myself a strong and commanding mug of cocoa #bbcqt— Dr Paul Coxon (@paulcoxon) April 30, 2015
Just having a strong, commanding lemsip to deal with my cold #bbcqt— Ben Powell (@leftycomic) April 30, 2015
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/ \— hrtbps (@hrtbps) April 30, 2015
strong commanding performanceApril 30, 2015