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Post by AwfulTruth on Thu Feb 02, 2012 2:36 pm

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I just wondered  Suspect since his Prime Minister's Questions talents are about as edifying as a troglodyte with caveman issues:  like he knows how to answer a question without pummeling his opponent with his stone club?

I never witnessed such an appalling lack of discussion, or even general etiquette, skills than with this prime mover.  If I had been paid a quid for every ad hominem (personal reference - sarcasm to you and I) that fell out of his plump mouth I would be rich.

Seriously, why does Cameron make such a fool of himself?  He has already been censured for bullying the newby MP's, and for his habit of telling pork pies when the truth would have done nicely.

It is now the case that his own party is getting sick of his amateurish habits which, as he has been solemnly told, may even bring office of PM into disrepute.

What do you think of his PMQs performance? Basketball



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Post by Redflag on Fri Jan 11, 2013 5:53 pm

Phil Hornby wrote:

"...you would prefer that no body owns their own homes ..."

One does have to admire any attempt at seeking to be even more puerile than The Sun... Shocked

That is not a hard job PH, its the fact he is trying to justify Thatcher letting people buy there council homes without putting the money back into building more council homes that sticks in my throat PH.

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Post by Phil Hornby on Fri Jan 11, 2013 5:57 pm

Well guys, it's about time that this moron from the outer reaches of the village, set off for dinner and a pint at the pub...! cheers
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Post by Redflag on Fri Jan 11, 2013 6:11 pm

Phil Hornby wrote:Well guys, it's about time that this moron from the outer reaches of the village, set off for dinner and a pint at the pub...! cheers

Remember PH do not drink & drive and no pork scratchings for you.
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Post by Ivan on Fri Jan 11, 2013 6:36 pm

Thatcher sold council houses in order to bribe working class people into voting for her. In addition, she didn't believe that the state should play any part in the housing market.

The purpose of council housing when it was started by the Housing Act of 1919, was to provide homes for those people who could not afford to buy one of their own. The housing stock was built up with money provided by generations of taxpayers, only for Thatcher to come along and flog it off on the cheap.

If council houses were and are to be sold, it should be at the full market value and the money raised should be spent on replacing the housing stock. I don't see how anyone can think it fair that some people should get their houses at a discount while the rest have to pay the full price. It might be argued that you've been paying rent as a council tenant, but so what? Other people have probably had to rent privately before buying their homes.

However, may I remind you all that this thread is not about Thatcher but about the current moron in 10 Downing Street. I hope to have a thread about housing up and running over the weekend.
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Post by oftenwrong on Fri Jan 11, 2013 7:44 pm

Ivan wrote:Thatcher sold council houses in order to bribe working class people into voting for her. In addition, she didn't believe that the state should play any part in the housing market.

The purpose of council housing when it was started by the Housing Act of 1919, was to provide homes for those people who could not afford to buy one of their own. The housing stock was built up with money provided by generations of taxpayers, only for Thatcher to come along and flog it off on the cheap.


If there had ever been Justice, Thatcher, all of her Ministers, and including the current Tory-led administration, would be in Court on Theft charges.
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Post by Ivanhoe on Fri Jan 11, 2013 7:53 pm

The free market is legalised theft.
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Post by Ivan on Sat Jan 12, 2013 12:01 am

Have you noticed how some Tories like to pretend that controlling people’s lives is a taken-for-granted characteristic of left-inclined governments? Yet it’s right-wingers who seek to restrict or prevent a woman’s right to have an abortion and right-wingers who don’t think women should become bishops. It’s right-wingers who don’t want gay people to marry, right-wingers who want to promote marriage for straight people through the tax system, and right-wingers who are preventing some wives from coming to the UK to be with their British husbands.

Right-wingers are trying to control drinking by bringing in minimum pricing for alcohol, a right-winger banned drinking on the London Underground, and it’s mainly right-wingers who won’t consider the decriminalisation of at least some drugs.

Wouldn’t it be nice if some people stopped and thought before boring us with the same old ‘Daily Mail’ stereotypes and prejudices?

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Post by Redflag on Sat Jan 12, 2013 9:10 am

Ivan wrote:Have you noticed how some Tories like to pretend that controlling people’s lives is a taken-for-granted characteristic of left-inclined governments? Yet it’s right-wingers who seek to restrict or prevent a woman’s right to have an abortion and right-wingers who don’t think women should become bishops. It’s right-wingers who don’t want gay people to marry, right-wingers who want to promote marriage for straight people through the tax system, and right-wingers who are preventing some wives from coming to the UK to be with their British husbands.

Right-wingers are trying to control drinking by bringing in minimum pricing for alcohol, a right-winger banned drinking on the London Underground, and it’s mainly right-wingers who won’t consider the decriminalisation of at least some drugs.

Wouldn’t it be nice if some people stopped and thought before boring us with the same old ‘Daily Mail’ stereotypes and prejudices?


There idea of a women comes from late 18th century Ivan, her place is in the kitchen or in the bedroom excuse my crudeness but the work place should be dominated by men according to the right wing just take a look at Cameron what he has done to the working women of the UK. As for drinking that was a suggestion from Alec Salmond here in Scotland so that was not an original thought by Cameron, he has no ideas of his own, I think if you go back to the thatcher years you will find that is where most of of his ideas came from but she never put them into action.
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Post by oftenwrong on Sat Jan 12, 2013 12:37 pm

Redflag wrote:
Ivan wrote:Have you noticed how some Tories like to pretend that controlling people’s lives is a taken-for-granted characteristic of left-inclined governments?

There idea of a women comes from late 18th century Ivan, .... not an original thought by Cameron, he has no ideas of his own,....

Indeed Red, it's pathetically apparent that Cameron is driven hither and yon like a rudderless ship, dealing with events as they occur. Cameron's current preoccupation is with the threat from UKIP allied with a desire to impress the Eurosceptics within the Tory Party. The danger is that his macho posturing in Brussels will not impress the other EU members and Britain will be shown the door.

British Business would not benefit from that.
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Post by Redflag on Sat Jan 12, 2013 2:20 pm

Heard it on the news Osborne was in Brussels behaving like a SPOILT BRAT, trying to threaten the EU if he did not get powers back for the UK we would leave, and the EU ministers where not happy that he was trying to Blackmail them plus he said there was other countries backing our stance do not be supprised it was all PIGGIN LIES.
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Post by Phil Hornby on Sat Jan 12, 2013 3:56 pm

My visit to the pub yesterday evening brought me into contact with a number of hard-line Tory supporters ( nothing new round here) and, as I politely scoffed my dinner, I took every opportunity to eavesdrop on the many conversations at the bar nearby. What struck me was that not only is the typical Tory unpleasant about 'others' but there is also a marked dislike by them of each other.

The evening seemed to be a catalogue of these Pillocks of Society competing with each other as to who is the most successful and has managed to con the most people in some way or 'outdone' another during the week. So, being moronic is not just the province of Cameron, it seems - he has spawned whole army of morons...! Very Happy
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Post by Ivanhoe on Sat Jan 12, 2013 4:04 pm

Phil Hornby wrote:My visit to the pub yesterday evening brought me into contact with a number of hard-line Tory supporters ( nothing new round here) and, as I politely scoffed my dinner, I took every opportunity to eavesdrop on the many conversations at the bar nearby. What struck me was that not only is the typical Tory unpleasant about 'others' but there is also a marked dislike by them of each other.

The evening seemed to be a catalogue of these Pillocks of Society competing with each other as to who is the most successful and has managed to con the most people in some way or 'outdone' another during the week. So, being moronic is not just the province of Cameron, it seems - he has spawned whole army of morons...! Very Happy

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Post by Redflag on Sat Jan 12, 2013 6:50 pm

Phil Hornby wrote:My visit to the pub yesterday evening brought me into contact with a number of hard-line Tory supporters ( nothing new round here) and, as I politely scoffed my dinner, I took every opportunity to eavesdrop on the many conversations at the bar nearby. What struck me was that not only is the typical Tory unpleasant about 'others' but there is also a marked dislike by them of each other.

The evening seemed to be a catalogue of these Pillocks of Society competing with each other as to who is the most successful and has managed to con the most people in some way or 'outdone' another during the week. So, being moronic is not just the province of Cameron, it seems - he has spawned whole army of morons...! Very Happy

Your a bigger person than me PH, they would have been wearing my dinner and drink, did you not know the tories have a special machine that they put there members thru before they are allowed to join, that is why you see most of the L/Ds behaving like tories Danny Alexander is a prime example.
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Post by Ivan on Mon Jan 21, 2013 11:02 am

David Cameron, You Have No Mandate For What You Are Doing

Extracts from an article by Grahame Morris MP

"As I listened to David Cameron giving his New Year message, back at home in Easington I began to wonder what planet he is now on. Having recently had the opportunity to take my boys to see the Hobbit at the cinema during the Christmas break I thought perhaps he inhabits ‘Middle Earth’ with all of the elves and the hobbits, because that is how desperately out of touch he is. Cameron claims that ‘Britain is on track’, and he says that his is a government ‘in a hurry’, because we have ‘to compete with China, India and Indonesia’. This year, as Britain teeters on the edge of a triple dip recession, the Prime Minister urges a race to the bottom; a competition for the worst wages and conditions with the sweat shop economies of the developing world.

As he delivered his speech, the leaders of three great northern cities, Newcastle, Sheffield and Liverpool warned bleakly of an impending break down in social order, as their local authorities faced cuts of some 30% and more vital services will inevitably be cut. In the 1980s the Conservatives under Margaret Thatcher destroyed our mining industry and much of our manufacturing industry. Now, under another Conservative Prime Minister, albeit one who is propped up by the Liberal Democrats, they are bent on cutting, closing and privatising our public services with devastating implications for jobs.

My New Year message to David Cameron is simple; you have no mandate for what you are doing and we need a general election. What’s more, we need it now."


http://www.labourleft.co.uk/david-cameron-you-have-no-mandate-for-what-you-are-doing/

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Post by skwalker1964 on Mon Jan 21, 2013 11:58 am

Ivan wrote:David Cameron, You Have No Mandate For What You Are Doing

Extracts from an article by Grahame Morris MP
http://www.labourleft.co.uk/david-cameron-you-have-no-mandate-for-what-you-are-doing/

Great article - thanks for the link!
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Post by blueturando on Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:44 pm

David Cameron, You Have No Mandate For What You Are Doing

And of course the unelected Gordon Brown did Question

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Post by Ivan on Mon Jan 21, 2013 2:29 pm

blueturando wrote:-
And of course the unelected Gordon Brown did
Yawn. I’d like a pound for every time I’ve answered that spurious remark about ‘unelected’ Prime Ministers. We don’t elect Prime Ministers in this country, we elect MPs, and the leader of the majority of MPs gets to become Prime Minister, even when there is no election - just as Macmillan did in 1957, Home in 1963, Callaghan in 1976, Major in 1990 and Brown in 2007. In 2010, there was no majority party, so Cameron got the job only with the aid of Nick Clegg. But you knew all that already, didn’t you?

A mandate is an authorisation (in this case from the electorate) to act in a particular way. Even putting aside the facts that 64% of those who voted didn’t choose the Tories, and 53% of constituencies didn’t send a Tory MP to Westminster, Cameron has no mandate to privatise the NHS. He promised that it was safe in Tory hands. He promised there would be no top-down reorganisation of it, and there has been. In April 2010, Cameron said: "The test of a good and strong society is how we look after the most vulnerable, the most frail and the poorest.” That sounds like a sick joke now; try asking some of the most vulnerable whether they feel looked after or demonised by this evil regime.

Grahame Morris is quite correct in saying that Cameron has no mandate for the destruction he’s inflicting on this country. And just in case you’ve forgotten, this thread is about Cameron, not Gordon Brown.

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Post by bobby on Mon Jan 21, 2013 2:44 pm

Actualy Bluey, Gordon Brown did have a mandate for all he did, including saving the UK from depression and getting our economy back into growth after the banking crisis.

Labour under Tony Blair won the 2005 election with a working majority, yes I did say won

When you or I vote we are actually voting for our local MP, not the prime minister. Whomsoever happens to be the leader of the elected party is asked by the Queen to form a Government, Tony Blair held the position until he retired (not booted out like Thatcher, Howard, Iain Dumkopf Schmidt or the beer swilling Hague), then Gordon Brown became the leader of the party in power and rightfully took his place as Prime Minister. No Prime Minister in my lifetime has ever been directly voted into Office.

You seem to have a problem with Gordon Brown ever being Prime Minister, but you readily accept Herr David Cameron, who’s party only got 36% of the vote from less than a 40% turnout, so I ask you “where did he get his mandate from.
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Post by blueturando on Mon Jan 21, 2013 3:27 pm

IVAN.....We would be having a very different conversation id the Lib Dems had decided to form a coalition with the Labour Party instead of the Tories and I am sure would be saying they would have had a legitimate mandate then. So your own personal political prejudices count for little on this argument.

You can give all the history lessons you like, but the fact is Brown was never elected PM. I always find it strange how so many Labour supporters can talk all day and night on the Tories, but become mute when asked to discuss anything Labour.
The fact is we have a coalition government that has a mandate to govern and make policy until 2015. Just because they are not your choice does not make it any less legitimate. The Labour party has formed coalitions before and you could go right back to the 1920's when Labour formed two governments without an overall majority.

"The test of a good and strong society is how we look after the most vulnerable, the most frail and the poorest.” That sounds like a sick joke now; try asking some of the most vulnerable whether they feel looked after or demonised by this evil regime.


Personally I believe that New Labour created the majority of the most vulnerable in society when they abandoned the working class man and women in favour of the 'underclass'. I guess the thought process was and is, that if people rely on the government to live then they will have to carry on supporting that government...A tactic that backfired in 2010 when many working class people realised they had been conned.
We've had this argument before, but there is something fundamentally wrong with this country when we have a welfare bill on £203 Million per year and only received £155 Million per year in income tax receipts...and this is before you factor in the cost of the NHS, Defense, Education...and the list goes on. No wonder the country is in such a financial mess, but you and others here are quite happy for us to go further and further in debt...Maybe its you who is from the outer reaches of the universe.

Grahame Morris is quite correct in saying that Cameron has no mandate for the destruction he’s inflicting on this country. And just in case you’ve forgotten, this thread is about Cameron, not Gordon Brown

What else would you expect someone like Grahame Morris to say? The destruction of this country has been well on its way for sometime under both Tory and Labour administrations and wont get any better under this lot or the next Labour government (when ever that may be) Everything you stand for contributes to the destruction of this country Ivan, with your free for all unlimited benefits, to uncontrolled immigration. Do you really think this is the path to a great and prosperous nation??? If you do then I feel sorry for you

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Post by Redflag on Mon Jan 21, 2013 3:34 pm

blueturando wrote:
David Cameron, You Have No Mandate For What You Are Doing

And of course the unelected Gordon Brown did Question


But the UK did give the Labour party in the House of Commons a majority, and Gordon Brown just carried on what was in there Manifesto, unlike Cameron who has not got the mandate from the UK on the policies that he is carrying out at the moment blue.
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Post by blueturando on Mon Jan 21, 2013 3:45 pm

But if Gordon Brown formed a coalition with the Lib Dems, he would've had a mandate? Would you be telling me the same thing if that had happened?

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Post by Redflag on Mon Jan 21, 2013 3:57 pm

blueturando wrote:But if Gordon Brown formed a coalition with the Lib Dems, he would've had a mandate? Would you be telling me the same thing if that had happened?

Your so like the Tory party blue I take it you went through their sausage machine and your brain is full of what ifs, the L/Ds decided to go with the Tories and that is how it stands so it is no use you saying "What If", Since you have touched on the topic, Labour said they would have had to make cuts BUT they said they would have done the cuts over the PERIOD of TWO Parliaments. Does that satisfy your "What If" theory ?
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Post by blueturando on Mon Jan 21, 2013 4:04 pm

Bobby....I have no problem with Gordon Brown being PM, but I also have no problem with Cameron being PM. If Labour were to form a coalition government in the next GE, the I would have no problem with Miliband being PM either.....It's the way our political system currently works


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Post by blueturando on Mon Jan 21, 2013 4:07 pm

Labour said they would have had to make cuts BUT they said they would have done the cuts over the PERIOD of TWO Parliaments

I don't think 2 parliaments is going to be enough judging by the state of the EU & US economies. Most of the so called experts think Austerity will be with us until 2030...no matter who is in government

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Post by blueturando on Mon Jan 21, 2013 4:46 pm

Although I don't read too much into polls, it was good see Labour's lead over the Tories has been slashed to just five points, according to an ICM poll released today.......Just thought I would cheer you all up on a cold, snowy/rainy Monday Smile


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Post by Phil Hornby on Mon Jan 21, 2013 4:48 pm

The same old party-based polarised arguments!

It is not the fact that Cameron is PM that is the principal problem - the complaints are about what he is doing with his office - not least adopting policies which were never in his published manifesto. Add to this that he could not command a majority with his stated policies, and so, to attain his position, Cameron had to rely willingly upon the treacherous Clegg -a man who betrayed so comprehensively the promises he had made to the public so faithfully in the 2010 Election Campaign. That anyone should wish to be associated with a man of so little principle ( save that of being determined to obtain some power at any cost) demonstrates all too clearly the desperation Cameron had to grab political influence.

Such behaviour would have been just as reprehensible from a Labour politician - but a Labour politician didn't commit that act, so debate about it is irrelevent. The public will decide by 2015 what it feels about what Cameron is visiting on the nation and - at that stage - he ,the despicable Tory Party and its fellow-travellers will reap they have so spitefully sown...
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Post by bobby on Mon Jan 21, 2013 4:59 pm

Blueturando wrote: But if Gordon Brown formed a coalition with the Lib Dems, he would've had a mandate? Would you be telling me the same thing if that had happened?

Firstly Gordon Brown was PM because Labour actually won a General Election with a majority, something the Tories have failed to do for almost 2 decades.

Regarding Labour entering into a coalition with the Lib-Dems, that is so unlikely as I very much doubt there will be much left of the Lib-Dems come the 2015 General Elections.

Hypothetically speaking If a miracle happened and there still is a Lib-Dem party with enough MP’s to influence an election, and Labour entered into a coalition with them, my first act would be to tear up my party membership card and I would just get on with my businesses and leave politics alone.
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Post by blueturando on Mon Jan 21, 2013 5:05 pm

Hypothetically speaking If a miracle happened and there still is a Lib-Dem party with enough MP’s to influence an election, and Labour entered into a coalition with them, my first act would be to tear up my party membership card and I would just get on with my businesses and leave politics alone

Bobby, it's good to see there are still some people with principles left in tact.
Maybe in the event of??? who knows......then a minority government is the better option

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Post by bobby on Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:06 pm

Blueturando said: Bobby, it's good to see there are still some people with principles left in tact.
Maybe in the event of??? who knows......then a minority government is the better option.

In the event of a minority Labour Government, it would be interesting to see who would get the enmity of the Lib-Dems, would it be Labour for not allowing snakes into their nest or would the Lib-Dems all of a sudden become principled and go against their traditional enemy the Conservatives.
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Post by Phil Hornby on Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:19 pm

I would hazard a guess that the LibDems have willingly and unashamedly become Parliamentary prostitutes and would therefore 'establish an accord' with just about anyone who would give them a bit of power - a luxury they would never otherwise achieve.

It is a difficult position to attain, but you have to hand it to them - Clegg's Harlots are even worse then the Tories - of whom we could never have expected better...
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Post by oftenwrong on Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:55 pm

Lie down with dogs and you get up with fleas.
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Post by boatlady on Mon Jan 21, 2013 9:04 pm

Not my dogs, you don't!
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Post by Redflag on Mon Jan 21, 2013 9:18 pm

blueturando wrote:
Labour said they would have had to make cuts BUT they said they would have done the cuts over the PERIOD of TWO Parliaments

I don't think 2 parliaments is going to be enough judging by the state of the EU & US economies. Most of the so called experts think Austerity will be with us until 2030...no matter who is in government

So why did Diddy Giddy say he would do it in one term of Parliament I think his exact words the pain will be worth it and by 2015 all will be well with the economy and the deficit,instead we have no growth a double dip recession and a possible triple dip and maybe we will loose the triple A status that he likes to harp on about, and I think if you take away your sun glasses you will see that the U.S.A. economy is growing not like ours bumping along on the bottom. You always go back to the "What IF" just the typical tory and you talk about me and my Labour party values Pot Kettle and Black come to mind.
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Post by blueturando on Mon Jan 21, 2013 11:11 pm

So why did Diddy Giddy say he would do it in one term of Parliament I think his exact words the pain will be worth it and by 2015 all will be well with the economy and the deficit

Because he is a shite chancellor Redflag. You see unlike you who mistakenly has 'Blind faith'...without basis I might add, I can see he has no idea what he is doing and I don't care that he is Tory...he is still shite!!!


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Post by Redflag on Tue Jan 22, 2013 12:56 am

blueturando wrote:
So why did Diddy Giddy say he would do it in one term of Parliament I think his exact words the pain will be worth it and by 2015 all will be well with the economy and the deficit

Because he is a shite chencellor Redflag. You see unlike you who mistakenly has 'Blind faith'...without basis I might add, I can see he has no idea what he is doing and I don't care that he is Tory...he is still shite!!!

You have got me all wrong blue if Labour where do this the entire UK would be up in arms, but the real reason for Diddy Giddy being a shyte chancellor is his degree from Uni is on Modern History whereas Ed Balls has an Economics Degree from Yale University, yes U.S.A it is classed as one of there Ivy League Unis. Ed Balls told him from the start that his Austerity plan would not work and Labour was derided for this by Tory MPs including Cameron Diddy Giddy, I have a feeling I know where he got this plan from the Thatcher papers that they looked out as they could not think anything for themselves, and they did not work in the 80s so how in heavens name did they expect them to work in the 21st century.
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Post by blueturando on Tue Jan 22, 2013 1:19 am

Ed Balls and the economy? Now I know youre pulling my leg Redflag

I would put a tenner on it that he is not in his current job come the 2015 GE

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Post by Redflag on Tue Jan 22, 2013 2:44 am

blueturando wrote:Ed Balls and the economy? Now I know youre pulling my leg Redflag

I would put a tenner on it that he is not in his current job come the 2015 GE

THAT IS WISHFUL THINKING ON YOUR PART BLUE
the only one yanking your chain blue is your DELUDED leader and he has a bad case of Political Myopia, as for Tory MPs they seem to be suffering from an attack of bone laziness they are not prepared to do their surgeries in there constituencies check on twitter Andrew Bridgen is one. You and the Tory party must be suffering from ass gravy as far as Ed Balls is concerned you seem to want rid of him a.s.a.p. he gets up Scam..er..ons a& Diddy Giddy nose that is plain to see at PMQs is that because he got it right on Diddy Giddy Austerity plan A that it would never work in a month of Sundays.
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Post by bobby on Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:16 am

I think the problem if any with Ed Balls is his lack of ability to shine on Camera, nothing to do with his ability on economics, as has been proven by the accuracy of all of his predictions re Gideon's handling of the economy, given the choice between Gideon and Ed Balls give me Alastair Darling. Labour have fielded 2 eccelent Chancellors, Gordon Brown and Alastair Darling that ran rings round anyone the Tories could put forward, now we have a shadow Chancellor who Gideon has absolutely no answer to other than to laugh like a child, but has bugger all to say.
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Post by bobby on Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:20 am

Blueturando said: I would put a tenner on it that he is not in his current job come the 2015 GE

Good Morning Blue, You seem to be forgetting on thing here my friend, and that is "you are a Tory" therefor how can we expect you to honour you bet.Very Happy
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Post by Redflag on Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:24 am

bobby wrote:Blueturando said: I would put a tenner on it that he is not in his current job come the 2015 GE

Good Morning Blue, You seem to be forgetting on thing here my friend, and that is "you are a Tory" therefor how can we expect you to honour you bet.Very Happy

Due to the Tory lies I would not honour anything from them bobby.
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Post by Phil Hornby on Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:41 am

Ed Balls does not possess a great deal of charm and can appear to be more interested in bashing his opponents than providing a calm authoratitive voice on economic matters, but the fact that the Poodle Press criticise him so much also suggests that he is feared by the Tory Party for his knowledge on the subject.

Nothing can be worse for Cameron and Osborne than somebody who can demonstrate the folly of their policies and the lack of depth they both have when it comes to running the economy. In such circumstances there can be only one strategy : discredit the foe at all costs; and a compliant media are only too anxious to sing to the Tories' tune...
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