Friday, September 14, 2007

The Spin Machine is Fired Up

Darling censures rating agencies

Now where's the scapegoat, ahhh, here it is 'UK chancellor Alistair Darling has joined growing calls for a probe into the role that credit agencies have played in the world financial crisis.'

This is so typical of NeoLiebor, say nothing and ignore a problem when it works in your favour and bleat like crazy when it's not.

Posted by enuii @ 11:45 PM (562 views)
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2 thoughts on “The Spin Machine is Fired Up

  • Absolutely right, typical NeoLiebor, unwilling to take responssibility for a US-based credit crunch when are they going to grow-up and accept the bad weather’s their fault too?

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  • This makes me so angry.
    I’m surprised such a shrewd man such as Mr Gordon Brown aka The unelected Prime Minister was not aware of this, hew writes with a large amount of tongue in cheek.

    Yes, that’s right he knew all of this, as did Greenspan in the US but due to neither of them having any fiscal policy of merit they chose to ignore it. And Gordon Brown’s reward for his ignorance. He becomes Prime Minister. Absolutely disgraceful! Gordon Brown sold the public down the river for his own political gain. Stability, my eye.
    What goes around comes around and Mr Brown’s day of reckoning will come.

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