Tuesday, March 17, 2009

"I think it's essential that Labour wins the next election for the sake of the country," Gordon Brown

Personally I subscribe to the opposite view.

Why should anyone believe they have the answer for the future when its now a simple matter to demonstrate they either they had no idea what they were doing since 1997, or they have worked deliberately to bring the countries economy to its knees ( take you pick, because both interpretations fit ). Even Blair says the period of economic stability was luck ( we'll it was worse than that - it was false and borrowed on the future, a debt we are all now picking up ).

Surely even Labour supporters can see that Gordon Brown is deluded ?

Ref: Guardian interview by Nicholas Watt and Patrick Wintour over at the left's favourite tax optimising bonus paying Guardian.

1 comment:

John M Ward said...

It seems very likely that it was the second of those, tied-in with the Common Purpose agenda that has set out all that has happened in Britain in recent years, and what is already set to occur in the near future.