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For eleven years at each new budget Brown has declared that his golden rule is "the Government will only borrow to finance development and never borrow to finance every day spend" he has boasted for eleven years that the "Golden Rule" has kept us out of boom and bust.
Yesterday they announced they are to change the borrow rules for Government to include general spend as this will avoid unloading extra tax levels
What an absolute failure of a Government:


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And of course they can always blame Thacher for spending all the revenue from north sea oil, but remember they have also just won the right to keep their expenses secret............and any way who voted for this muppet.........

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not me

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Only the muppets in his constituency !

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Hang on...

Are you really slating a government that promised a policy, and then stuck to it for ELEVEN YEARS, before a world-wide economic slow-down has forced a re-think?

You are? Oh, that ok then

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Originally Posted By: PatMan
Hang on...

Are you really slating a government that promised a policy, and then stuck to it for ELEVEN YEARS, before a world-wide economic slow-down has forced a re-think?

You are? Oh, that ok then


don't talk rubbish patman...the fact that they stuck to their policy for 11 years is the reason why the economy is in the sh1te...

blair and his fat slag are gangsters who have raped and pillaged this once great country....

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if only everyone voted for their cab drivers.........

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Originally Posted By: Uncle Urchin


don't talk rubbish patman...the fact that they stuck to their policy for 11 years is the reason why the economy is in the sh1te...
blair and his fat slag are gangsters who have raped and pillaged this once great country....


UU - So Blair, Brown and the rest of them in Westminster are responsible for the world-wide economic problem? If only the UK had that much influence!

I've ignored the 'rape & pillage' line - after Maggie, there was nothing left to R&P!

America sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold.
Over paid brokers gambling on the cost of oil rising, and on the

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PM...If anyone could answer that we would all vote for them, its just that they get in power and stay to long..........long enough that is so we can forget what it was like before.....
But now is the time for change..........there is always Mugabe ?

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Cameron has no alternatives...

Bring in Max Moseley for PM duck

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ha ha...thought that would spark you off pat...grin

truth is guys that they are all as bad as each other....

screaming lord sutch would have been the same..yay

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its not just the economy that is a problem for labour,It is the fact that law and order is a thing of the past,immigration (legal or not) is at an all time high and the fact that we have a prime minister who was not even voted in.
thats just for starters!

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Originally Posted By: Uncle Urchin
ha ha...thought that would spark you off pat...grin
truth is guys that they are all as bad as each other....
screaming lord sutch would have been the same..yay


Thats not true at all - each successive government seem hell bent on doing a worse job than the previous lot!

They all seem to get to a stage, about 5-7 years in, where everything seems to be ticking along nicely, and they must think, "This government thing is a doddle, lets see what happens if we do X".
We then have 3 or 4 years of back-tracking and cover-up till they get voted out, and they cycle starts all over again...

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Originally Posted By: PatMan
Originally Posted By: Uncle Urchin


don't talk rubbish patman...the fact that they stuck to their policy for 11 years is the reason why the economy is in the sh1te...
blair and his fat slag are gangsters who have raped and pillaged this once great country....


UU - So Blair, Brown and the rest of them in Westminster are responsible for the world-wide economic problem? If only the UK had that much influence!

I've ignored the 'rape & pillage' line - after Maggie, there was nothing left to R&P!

America sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold.
Over paid brokers gambling on the cost of oil rising, and on the

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ha ha ha...to the guillotine with them all pabird behead

and send all the paddies back home...grin



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I reckon Brown is behind the Madeleine McCann business.

He's also trying to nick Ronaldo and Berbatov.

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There all doomed a lame duck in water duck and they know it, now lets finish the job when the general election comes gore




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