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Well, it was eminently missable. Blanchflower sycophantly playing to Brown (no surprise): Brown in one mindset and repeating himself - never addressing any question asked. In the end, he bored them to death and they wound up the interview. Rick Santelli's response - "just like all former politicians, they think they know all the answers" :lol:

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Presenter lady just refered to Gordon as "Mr Prime Minister", it's like going back in time! he's is actually talking like he is still at the helm! maybe now Balls is in place, we may see a return of the master :o:o:o

did you mean masterbater??

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Funny.. full of contradictions.

It's a global problem.. which is only effecting the West and Europe.

So we have to nicely ask the Chinese to sign up to a "global growth plan" where they will agree to share some of the benefits of their growth with us.. otherwise they will just get richer and richer and we will just get poorer and poorer.

He's either too smart for me to comprehend, or one sandwich short of a lunchbox.

Oh, and massive back paddling on the need to attack the deficit.

No suggestion of how he would actually do anything differently.. except he would have tackled the deficit in a way which wouldn't have subtracted from growth. Now that would have been a trick worth seeing..

Still a Charlatan :rolleyes:

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