Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Well, he would say that….

PM 'right man' to steer economy

''...Gordon Brown has said he is the right person to take the British economy through "difficult times" - and that it is "more resilient than most". ...''

Posted by hpwatcher @ 02:54 PM (1218 views)
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20 thoughts on “Well, he would say that….

  • Wow – who would have thought that an incompetent retard would have been the right person to steer us through these difficult times. Thank goodness our economy is more resilient than most lost-cause-basket-case economies.

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  • last_days_of_disco says:

    Yeah, he may be resilient, its the rest of us I am worried about!

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  • This man’s simply a fantasist. “Mr Brown said high fuel and food prices and the credit crunch were to blame for economic problems faced by countries across the world.” Not letting the UK housing market overheat then Gordon, thats not a problem? Yes I’m seriously peeved that my chips now cost £1.10 a portion, never mind that a naff terraced house can cost 200k, yes the price of rice is seriously getting in the way of me owning my own home!

    Out of touch and a complete liability. 24th July – That’s the start of the end. Glasgow east – One of the poorest parts of the UK – Let’s just see how much they think that Gordy is the right man to guide them through difficult times

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  • Yeh, he will be ok along with all other politicians, who won’t loose their jobs because of a recession. They are so detached from reality…..

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  • Crap Chancellor. Even worse PM.

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  • Apparently a devil with the tiddly-winks though!

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  • blind me….crash gordon caused most of it.

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  • …and let’s not forget that he sold most of the UK’s gold reserves at the bottom of the market – well done GB, nice.

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  • Nooneo
    “24th July – That’s the start of the end. Glasgow east”

    Maybe this is the “change of Consciousness” the mayan calander predicts?
    🙂

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  • Very good ——— now let’s go out for a 54 course meal and discuss the strategy for the next election.

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  • If he’s steering the economy what’s Badger’s job? The ventriloquist’s dummy? I see they’re talking about sending an envoy to Zim to broker a deal. Mugabe…quaking….boots.

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  • He is the very last man we need in charge.

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  • @soldout..

    Now don’t you start.

    @ icarus..

    Maybe gordy’s the dummy, would explain that goldfish like gulp at the end of every sentence. Bring back Roger DeCourcey (!). Nookie bear for PM.

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  • Steering the economy into the abyss.Badger is keeping his head down.

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  • wealthyvagrant says:

    He said “I think I’m the right person to take people through these difficult times”

    I strongly disagree, and sadly I, nor anyone else was ever asked if they think he’s the right person to lead the country.

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  • sold out said:
    “Maybe this is the “change of Consciousness” the mayan calander predicts?”

    Mayan calendar, mayan ar$e!

    Seriously though, Brown couldn’t steer a pram. He used rapidly over-inflating house prices and unsustainable personal debt as the shoulders on which to rise him up to the lofty position of PM. During that time debt kept expanding and we are now at the point where we have nothing set asisde for the bad times.

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  • [email protected]
    Well said.
    [email protected]
    sorry couln’t resist it, i guess the only change of Consciousness in Glasgow East will occur at closing time.
    (apologies in advance to all respectable and sober glaswegans)

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  • @soldout…

    I think the “change of Consciousness in Glasgow East” probably happens at opening time and the immediate time after it.

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