Wednesday, January 27, 2010

The gap between the cans and cannots has grown unacceptably big

This morning Man in a Shed would like to reveal the results of a survey he commissioned himself about 10 seconds ago into government which has revealed some shocking results:

    The gap between those who can run a successful government and those who have demonstrated they cannot is now at unacceptably high levels.

It is now clear that Labour cannot do the following:

  1. Tell the truth about taking the country to war and hold a proper inquiry right after it ( but the Conservatives could ).
  2. Run the economy - the appalling 0.1% growth figures after staggering amounts of debt have been run up to support it show this. Labour's failure to identify the structural deficiet and bubble they were running will have desperate consequences for all in society for decades to come.
  3. Run an education system. Instead they try to fix the results by even trying to tell employers who to employ. Perhaps they shouldn't have destroyed standards in education with their worse than useless initiatives.
  4. Run a government - there are queues of civil servants now waiting to dump on the disorganised chaos that is caused by the shallow talent pool Labour fishes for minister and leaders in.
But I know a man who Cam ....

1 comment:

Bill Quango MP said...

The situation is indeed grim.
Imagine if Gordon won. Imagine the joy on his face as he realises he's done it. He's beaten the Toffs. AND he's finally got a mandate. The people want him. The people need him.
The people love him.

He can finally ratchet up that spending. Increase taxes and redistribute until everyone is equal. At last.
But then the secretary buzzes and says "its the gentlemen from the IMF on the phone. They are very insistent..."