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Monday February 13, 02:55 PM

The Democrats: Trapped in a Bubble

By Michael Mandel

When the housing boom is over, the politics will begin.

FAMILIAR FORMULA. That's why the Democrats (or Tories) are having a tough time making headway on the economic issues. And that's why their response to the housing bust -- if and when it comes -- will be politically crucial.

David Cameron must address the issue and work out how the Tories are going to deal with the crash when it comes as there are going to be a lot of very angry :angry: voters who own personal "Miracle Economies" that have allowed unlimited HPI and MEW have come to an end

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The Tories are laughing. They don't need to say anything, neither do the Lib Dems. They just need to ensure that the crash happens on Labour's watch. Hence shit election campaigns in 2005.

In the case of the Tories, they certainly can't afford to have a second crash on their record.

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One thing that is as certain as the upcoming economic event is that the conservatives threw that election..

They were not even that subtle..

They still had more votes though, and only Labour moving around the constituences saved them..

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