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Gordon Brown- Again- But Wait

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The word is gullible- apparently we must all now be?

The HP "bubble" was actually last year, and is now over... thats ok then.

But also, NLAB have succeeded in achieving a growing economy for the last 7 years or so- we have succeeded in staying out of debt, and are perfectly placed to lead europe back to prosperity.

It seems GB has taken it upon himself to instruct the oil producers to produce more oil, as they are lazy buggers, and more cheaper oil will in turn, make everything right... thats ok then. So lets just put off playing catch-up for another few years then shall we?

But most worrying of all, he came out with a true "Tonyism," "And I'll tell you this.." I fnd that to be extremely worrying & distasteful, pass the sick bag.

As no mention was made of the gazillion £ uk plc and personal debt levels, I am personally sure we are now heading towards the precipice without a hope in hell.

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