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Gordon Clown- Quote Of The Millenium!

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'I am not going to make the same mistakes as Nigel Lawson. Sitting in this very same office in 1988, he thought and imagined he had a huge set of revenues that he could spend at will. It was only later that he discovered these revenues either did not exist, or had not been earned. The Conservatives ended up with the biggest deficit in British history. So that is the first lesson. You do not spend what you have not yet earned.'

the word "Hypocrite" Springs to mind............ :ph34r:

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/lab99/Story/0,2763,202226,00.html

Edited by A Fool & His Borrowed Money

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"You do not spend what you have not yet earned".

You do.

You call it "Careful and considered investment for the future blah blah".

Why be surprised?

Hypocrisy and selective memory are essentials elements of the political psyche.

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the word "Hypocrite" Springs to mind............ :ph34r:

hypocrisy?

do you think that this little gem will come back to bite them on the a$$?

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Gordon Brown:

You do not spend what you have not yet earned.'

So why is he so keen for the rest of us to get plastic'd / mortgaged / student-indebted / key-worker-loaned to the eye balls???

What a hypocrite!

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