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Scale Up The Cuts

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The one benefit I can see of a coalition government is that you have two of the three main parties working together, so they should take advantage of it and get tough before its too late.

There's only one thing for it, you can't have Labour running the country through the unions so let's confront them now.

Scale up the cuts, sort out the economy and shut the wretched unions up for another decade or two.

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The one benefit I can see of a coalition government is that you have two of the three main parties working together, so they should take advantage of it and get tough before its too late.

There's only one thing for it, you can't have Labour running the country through the unions so let's confront them now.

Scale up the cuts, sort out the economy and shut the wretched unions up for another decade or two.

Reduce taxes and default on the debt at the same time and yes.

otherwise you are just profiting those who caused this mess at the expense of the rest.

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:rolleyes:

Why eyerolling?

it can't be paid back so the options are hyperinflation or default.

if the unions get their way it'll be printy printy and hyperinflation.

Default is cleaner and fairer.

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Why eyerolling?

it can't be paid back so the options are hyperinflation or default.

if the unions get their way it'll be printy printy and hyperinflation.

Default is cleaner and fairer.

Default on UK Government bonds? I think not.

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Government caused most of the deficit ensuring bankers could keep noses in the trough. They set they moral precedent that if 'magic thin air money' can bail out rich scam artists then why not some Northerner in a pointless make-job?

If they thrown the bankers off their yachts and turned a few to suicide then they'd have been on the moral front foot.

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Default on UK Government bonds? I think not.

It's absolutely certain that they either default or hyperinflate.

Or large scale but not total default and very high inflation.

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It's absolutely certain that they either default or hyperinflate.

Or large scale but not total default and very high inflation.

Or cut taxes, cut wages and export our way out of the shit that Labour dumped us in.

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Or cut taxes, cut wages and export our way out of the shit that Labour dumped us in.

Not a chance.

And it wasn't labour, it was the state as a whole over the last 35 years, including thatch.

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Yes it was.

Balance of payments was in pretty good shape when NuLabour got in.

not relevent.

The massive pensions and investment crisis was already in play.

Thatch ducked it, so did everyone else.

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Reduce taxes and default on the debt at the same time and yes.

otherwise you are just profiting those who caused this mess at the expense of the rest.

You don't understand what a 'deficit' is.

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Or tax the rich scum that are now in power and will impoverish 80% of the UK to keep their stolen money.

And what do you do when they leave?

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12 months from now hell will break loose and it will be very nasty. The winter of discontent will appear mild to that which is about to happen. Dave and Nick will end up panicking and Vince will get out very quickly. ;)

I don't think it'll last that long, tbh.

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