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Recipe for Boom

1. Cheap credit

2. Seasonally adjusted inflation

3. Mix and Match anti-inflation products in CPI basket

4. Stir until thoroughly debt soaked consumers are stretched to the limit. Reduce the interest rates accordinly. Add salt and pepper to taste.

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Brown = worst chancellor in modern times.

There was no miracle, only debt financed spending.

A lot of genuine wealth creating enterprise has been driven out of the UK. The future for the UK is a lot less rosy thanks to Brown and his new labor cronies.

Why did so many allow themselves to be fooled for so long??

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Why did so many allow themselves to be fooled for so long??

Same reason so many people allowed themselves to be fooled for a long time the last time. Remember thatcher and successive tory governments that, despite receiving a "popular mandate", always acted against the interests of most of the electorate. I see a pattern here, do you?

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Why is it that Vince Cable is the only politician that seems to talk any sense about the economy?

Hes probably the only one without a large BTL portfolio!!!

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