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Remarkably Kaletsky Can't See Anything Wrong

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The Tories have chosen the right man – and what a disaster that will be

This is the comedy paragraph:

The Tories have long believed in the inevitability of Labour’s self-destruction, but this is wishful thinking. When governments self-destruct, it is usually either through some kind of economic calamity or a split in the governing party — or occasionally both, as in the case of the Tories under Mr Major. A serious economic crisis seems no more likely in the present parliament than in the last one, which leaves Mr Cameron hoping that Labour will split or veer to the left under Mr Brown.

The words "self-parody" doesn't seem strong enough...

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Rich, you keep coming up with this Kaletsky rubbish but I always skip his articles in ''the Times'' as every one is just a load of Blairite claptrap seemingly written by a sixth form economics student....not worthy of serious analysis.............

.......................Biased, repetitive and not rigorous enough............The editor of ''the Times'' must be an economic ignoramous to consider Kaletsky a serious journalist................

Next week he'll be back to crowing the merits of the Anglo-Saxon economic model vis a vis the Franco-German one!

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When you see kaletsky on the byline use it to light fire with. Thats all its worth. kaletsky is pure idiot. He seems to think he is an economist. He must have conned his way into the job. Wide boy.

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I guess we don't expect rigorous scientific economic analysis in the national newspapers but we expect the columnists to know what they're talking about......................

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