Sunday, May 4, 2008

Gordon Brown has the conviction and ideas to take the country forward, according to Gordon Brown

Labour will recover, says Brown

The local election results under Tony Blair were incredibly poor but Gordon Brown has picked up the baton and taken Labours popularity into the abyss. Some question whether Brown is the right person to take Labour forward. Rumours have it that a "stalking horse" is being groomed and saddled up within the Labour party with the specific aim of removing Brown. Brown stated to Andrew Marr this morning that he has the "conviction and ideas" to take the country forward but he (Brown) has clearly not figured out what those "ideas" are yet unless of course they are a secret from us all. Brown would do well to listen to the Tory Liam Fox, who said Mr Brown was "caught in a mental rut" and should "stop patronising" voters.

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9 thoughts on “Gordon Brown has the conviction and ideas to take the country forward, according to Gordon Brown

  • I can’t see Labour coming back from this. Unless they ditch Brown or the Tories drop the baton.

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  • Judge a man, not by what he says, but by his actions alone.

    Gordon Brown = TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX TAX & even more tax

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  • Gordo said ” I’m not going to be put off by a few days’ headlines from the job that I’m determined to do for this country”.

    Or, from our viewpoint…..
    ….If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you always got!

    It must bring a smile to Cameron’s face!

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  • montesquieu says:

    I’m far from convinced by Cameron and his privileged cronies. But the Broon saga has something of a Shakespearian quality about it.

    After years of plotting for the crown, to be undone by his own actions in over-stimulating (and over-taxing/over commiting to public spending) the economy that was his to steward, and for which he (a PhD economist and serial author with a real brain, at least before the whisky addled it) should have been the best chancellor for decades, given what he interited and his undoubted talent and potential, is a true, epic tragedy.

    I cried on May 1 1997 when Major’s tired, corrupt Tories were finally booted out (yes, I was up for Portillo and cheered with the best of them) and I’ll probably cry again when I vote Tory for the first time in my life, to consign this morally and intellectually bankrupt lot to oblivion in 2009 or whenever it comes. (And I’m not even bringing Iraq into this …)

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  • Brown being a good chancellor is a complete myth and/or lie. He merely presided over a credit, and house price boom. He failed to take the appropriate action to prevent the house prices from overheating; it’s like watching someone having a heart attack and just sitting there and doing nothing. Moreover he sold off the gold reserves….politicians historically don’t like gold, because they cannot control it and create more.

    The UK economy will now pay a massive price for it’s seduction by the two criminals who called themselves ”nu labour”.

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  • cornishman says:

    “Secondly by showing people that we have the vision of the future that will carry this country optimistically in my view into its next phase.”

    Into its next phase. What’s that then? Notice that he doesn’t say.

    That’s probably ONE of the reason’s that no-one trusts this guy. IMO, most people don’t want to go into “the next phase” – they just want to be left alone to get on with their lives as they see fit – with minimal interference from government.

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  • Spot on Cornishman, we do indeed just want to get on with our lives without them being spoilt by Political Sociopaths like Brown and his buddies.

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  • indiablue19 says:

    Well, interesting that he can insultingly refer to the mandate of the wretched people of Britain as “a few day’s headlines.” Talk about arrogance. If mass bankruptcy, job losses in the thousands, the damning emigration of big business, and complete collapse of the economy, was the first phase, who can possibly guess what the “next phase” may consist in — sink the whole Island? Apocalypse Now? What a shame since Tony just bought himself a proper palace.

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