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Gordon Tells Banks To " Come Clean" About Bad Debt

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Monday March 24, 06:03 AM
Two Leaders Urge Bad Debt Action
By Sky News
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Gordon Brown and French president Nicolas Sarkozy are to urge banks to come clean about their bad debts - in a bid to beat the global credit crisis.

Too little, too late Gordon. As Chancellor for the 10 years this crisis was brewing without prudent fiscal oversight he had adequate opportunity to issue warnings long before it was too late. Brown's imprudence and "miracle economics" is about to reap the inevitable whirlwind.

As for Sarkozy--be careful who you associate with as the tar is flying off the brush in all directions.

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http://uk.biz.yahoo.com/24032008/140/leade...ebt-action.html
Monday March 24, 06:03 AM
Two Leaders Urge Bad Debt Action
By Sky News
| | |
Gordon Brown and French president Nicolas Sarkozy are to urge banks to come clean about their bad debts - in a bid to beat the global credit crisis.

Too little, too late Gordon. As Chancellor for the 10 years this crisis was brewing without prudent fiscal oversight he had adequate opportunity to issue warnings long before it was too late. Brown's imprudence and "miracle economics" is about to reap the inevitable whirlwind.

As for Sarkozy--be careful who you associate with as the tar is flying off the brush in all directions.

the longer this goes on the more it is lookng like a NWO order from chaos stitchup!

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GORDON BROWN starting a public rumour that our Banks HAVENT come clean?????

Where is the FSA?. Gordon might have shorted bank shares. HE must not make a profit

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I think this post deserves to be at the top this morning - consider what is happening here - the possibility that our PM realises the game is over and now he is attempting to shift his share of the blame to the banks......

What a loathsome creature this Gollum is!

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In many ways the timing is perfect. He spent 10 years as chancellor getting us into this mess. The buck stops with the PM. If Blair was still in power he would get the blame.

But now the buck stops with the bloke that caused this.

.... On the other hand in moments of weakness and blind panic I find myself curiously reassured to know that trusty Gordon is in charge. If anyone can see us through these global problems (nothing to do with us at all, apparently), he, surely, is de man.

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GORDON BROWN starting a public rumour that our Banks HAVENT come clean?????

Where is the FSA?. Gordon might have shorted bank shares. HE must not make a profit

Post of the day!

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Individuals have borrowed far too much with no idea how they are going to repay the debt, banks have lent to people they should not have lent to and governments have allowed it to happen.

No way is this going to end well. Brown is just getting his digs in first - first the US economy and now the banks.

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I find this plea for truth and clarity in financial statements a little galling, especially coming from Gordon Twatface Brown.

If he doesn't keep to his golden rule, he changes the way it's defined. He hides billions and billions in debt in PPFs.

Pot, kettle, ******face.

Edited by Pacific State

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