I see no mentions of lies or fraud. What is mentioned is that he made parliamentary expense claims which, whilst entirely within the rules, known to his constituents and cleared by the fees office, many of us would think showed a questionable attitude towards taxpayers money. However I can find no suggestion of improper claims, lies or fraud.
As to the 'homophobia' issue, what he actually said was that he thought B&B owners should have the right to act by their own consciences and to decide who comes into their own homes. A quick Google shows the actual quote to be:
"I personally always took the view that, if you look at the case of should a Christian hotel owner have the right to exclude a gay couple from a hotel, I took the view that if it's a question of somebody who's doing a B&B in their own home, that individual should have the right to decide who does and who doesn't come into their own home. If they are running a hotel on the High Street, I really don’t think that it is right in this day and age that a gay couple should walk into a hotel and be turned away because they are a gay couple, and I think that is where the dividing line comes."
I think that's a reasonable enough view to hold, and I see nothing homophobic in his comments. Whilst I personally consider B&B owners turning away gay couples to be saddening and indeed 'un-Christian', yelling 'homophobia' is a bit silly really.
So, you've posted a load of defamatory nonsense, and yet you feel it's Cameron's judgement we should question here? Your untruthful comments suggests your integrity does not compare favourably with Graylings. Not very supreme are you?