Friday, March 26, 2010

We’re not ready to take the medicine yet.

Brown and Darling regain lead on economy

Some people seem to think that these clowns can return things to how they were in 2006. However, it's good news for those who want to see labour squirm when they have to clean up their own cr*p.

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5 thoughts on “We’re not ready to take the medicine yet.

  • I’m also hoping for a hung Parliament or for Labour to get back in, at least for a year or two. It will be funny to see Gordon and Chancellor Balls trying to deny reality for a little while longer. This stupid country needs a damn good kick up the ar$e. A gilts strike, the IMF and 10% interest rates will not only get house prices back to realistic levels in short order. It will also give a good sharp lesson to those who live their lives on credit that they aren’t superior beings to those who live within their means and try to save.

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  • by no stretch of the English language is polling 33% regaining the lead

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  • Despite having Vince Cable on their team, the LibDems are showing very badly on these polls..

    The Tories really need to pull themselves together if they’re going to win this election – that twerp Osborne needs to be kept away from the cameras, while those who can deliver a solid concise soundbite, such as Hague and Clarke – should be wheeled out daily..

    Labour won’t win this election outright, but the Tories are poised to lose it..

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  • tenant super says:

    If Hague was leader and Clarke was shadow chancellor I might even consider giving the Tories my vote, something I haven’t done since some time before they switched to that silly new tree logo.

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  • Cameron was in good form for his budget speech, showed a bit of passion, was funny, and a pretty good opponent for Gordon.

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