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Are The Tories Ready To Take Over Yet?

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As posted by "GoldenShower" in the ""Gordon Browns luck has finally run out" thread below-

"Blimey, what a kick in the nuts to anyone saving. When you think of it, Brown has really cocked things up. Industry leaving, taxes going up, pensions raided and ruined, young well and truly screwed by HPI, debt and Uni fees. Even Nigel Lwason couldn't have made a bigger mess!"

Reading the recent posts, maybe the Tories should start reading this site? It seems they couldnt think of much anything destructive to say about labour last time, maybe if they troll through the posts here, they might pick up some tips, sentiment, and attitude.

I firmly believe the last Conservative government, although rotten to the core, had almost ridden out the last economic storm/trough, and the economy was starting to come back anyway,when grinning Labour stepped in and inherited it.

Although I HATED him when he was a slimy tadpole, "Tory Boy," I think should retake the helm, and point them in the general direction of looking to actually trying to fight- and win, the next general election...

Comments received with interest

Regards to all

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