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Do You Think Gordon Realises How Much Damage He Did?

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No.

IMPO he is a control freak who displays some signs of a Cluster B personality disorder - the lady from Rochdale case was very telling - but, in truth, he probably is simply what I always suspected him to be - an extreme left-wing 1970's polytechnic lecturer with Marxist/Socialist Worker leanings.

As much as such people talk about equality and social justice the blunt truth is that they have a history of control freakery, like controlling people by making them dependent upon them - patronage - for jobs, houses, benefits, etc, and hence I doubt he will even have a moment's doubt that he was right in all things.

I actually think him not winning the election was not just good for the country but also for him and his family - he looked to me like a man about to have a major health scare.

I hope he is chilling out somewhere.

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I think Gordon did on one level, do a lot for the country, but then on another level- what a prize cu-nt

However- what is done is done- although I would still like to see his head on a stick

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Personaly, i think we should thank him.

He blew up a house bubble unmatched in history, thus drove the value of £ very high............he kept me busy 7 days aweek with lots of work. Then allowed time for me & others to swap £'s for other things (Gold/silver/overseas stocks etc).........then he blew the biggest debt bubble......rather like the end of a James Bond film where the bad guys base get blown sky high..................

Very soon the £ will crash, all said investments will rockett......house prices will "do the round trip" (Back to 1997 prices or even less). He bankurpted EVERY BMW driver in the land............indeed ALL the "Bling" types are screwed.

Then, when everyone is driving about in Nissan Micra's or Vauxhall corsa's..................You can buy a nice next gen BMW/AUDI/Merc High performance Hybrid that will leave them for dead & do more MPG

:)

Thank you Gordo !

Mike

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One reason I'd like to read his memoirs is to find out how aware he is of the consequences of his actions.

you are joking right.

I watched Liebour on Andrew Marr this morning and they actually believe that David Cameron is laying it on thick to make cuts.

A Darling was on the news yesterday demanding an appology as things are not as bad as DC makes out.

Its scarey to think there we would be if they were voted in.

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Does it make you feel better? I'm finding it a bit trying to read all these pathetic blame game threads, for christs sake you seriously need to wake up to reality. Is there anyone out there who isn't comfortably brainwashed?

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Gordon Clown was "The Butcher of Bagdad's" revenge on us. And the party that he feels treated him so cruelly after his many years as 'selfless PM'. And a diversionary endgame to make his own legacy of blood, backstabbing, lies and evildoing seem less appallingl

You may remember when Bottler took over, on that day, the whole country rejoiced. We'd got rid of the Butcher. How could anyone be worse?

That was (and no doubt still is) one of Tony Butcher's skills - looking slightly past the immediate term to guess what the unfolding will be.

We all wished Brown dead within months, so The Butcher was right again. It has certainly distracted attention from the Bagdad Butcher's own legacy - hundreds of thousands of dead civilians including women and children, just so he can have a nice house in connaught square, an easy retirement, and jobs for his fat acne-ridden spawn.

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Gordon Clown was "The Butcher of Bagdad's" revenge on us. And the party that he feels treated him so cruelly after his many years as 'selfless PM'. And a diversionary endgame to make his own legacy of blood, backstabbing, lies and evildoing seem less appallingl

You may remember when Bottler took over, on that day, the whole country rejoiced. We'd got rid of the Butcher. How could anyone be worse?

That was (and no doubt still is) one of Tony Butcher's skills - looking slightly past the immediate term to guess what the unfolding will be.

We all wished Brown dead within months, so The Butcher was right again. It has certainly distracted attention from the Bagdad Butcher's own legacy - hundreds of thousands of dead civilians including women and children, just so he can have a nice house in connaught square, an easy retirement, and jobs for his fat acne-ridden spawn.

they were both Evil...although, I cant say I rejoiced when the other guy took over...whatever his name was.

And Accordiing to Nulab supporters we need to carry on the same way with the nu bods in charge...otherwise we are all going to regret it.

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Brown is a sleeper. Mission accomplished.

Which Railway is he laying under...Id like to buy a ticket.

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I've always thought that he really believed that he was doing the right thing, and is incapable of having the mental equipment to look at arguments that go contrary to his own opinions (hardly surprising, that's a qualification for being a politician). He'll always remain so, too. When things don't go perfectly from now on due to having to face up to reality he'll be convinced that it's all the coalition's fault for not doing what he did, and you'll never convince him otherwise.

Exactly the type of personality that usually ends up in charge and should be kept well away from power.

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One reason I'd like to read his memoirs is to find out how aware he is of the consequences of his actions.

His self-belief\arrogance, spawning massive superiority regarding advice of others, was his single biggest flaw - I'm sure he is in complete denial over the damage he has done and still puts it down to others' actions. I suspect he is funadmentally unable to take acknowledge or take responsibility for his actions.

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His self-belief\arrogance, spawning massive superiority regarding advice of others, was his single biggest flaw - I'm sure he is in complete denial over the damage he has done and still puts it down to others' actions. I suspect he is funadmentally unable to take acknowledge or take responsibility for his actions.

Yep. If he posts on an internet chat forum he will be one of those infuriating people who blankly refuse to admit ever being wrong. Even if it is beyond doubt and everyone else can see it.

In fact our old pal Hamish McTavish is a good example of such a person.

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His self-belief\arrogance, spawning massive superiority regarding advice of others, was his single biggest flaw - I'm sure he is in complete denial over the damage he has done and still puts it down to others' actions. I suspect he is funadmentally unable to take acknowledge or take responsibility for his actions.

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