Discussion in 'SMB' started by Komodo, Apr 17, 2012.
Did you expect anything else
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Let Labour back in so they can finish the job.
Then they can take the real credit for their legacy.
Labour will never get elected with Ed Milliband as leader.
The tories are only doing badly in the polls because some of tory supporting red tops are pissed with Cameron and Osbourne.
No way will Murdoch and the The Daily Mail Support Labour in a general election
They don't support Cameron, he's not Conservative enough for them.
And the majority of Labour supporters are too stupid to realise the reality of what would happen if they did get in.
Labour milked and blamed the markets for all of their shortcomings, the payback's a bitch and we would all know about it.
It's all about the bankers Gordon, what about your 5% of borrowing for the best 10 years of economic growth we've ever seen?
And throughout that time we had a steady 3% of growth, did we, when you are borrowing 5%, in reality your public sector bribes for votes and immigration policy meant while the world was booming we were really running at a 2% deficit.
Vote Labour, because you're too stupid to do maths a 5 year old could do before they got in and a 16 year can't do after they got in.
1/4 of the country is illiterate, equal with Victorian times, and teachers want a pay rise and moan about pensions.
What a pile of shite from a pile of shite
You deserve a little leeway to redeem yourself being where you are from
Calm down lad, rumour is that thanks to Labour there's a School in Kent has two copies of Hamlet and a Hospital in Surrey has electric lighting and a spare bed.
What did Labour do for Sunderland again?
I see Shields is flourishing.
Have you visited the city centre recently?
I know where i'm from and it's not 30 years ago, although when i walk around it takes some convincing.
13 years Labour were in power, the first leader to hold that time in office, and in all of that time Sunderland just sank.
Vote Labour, i'd rather vote monster raving loony party for the good it gave us, at least i might be able to get a laugh.
When Sunderland is overtaken by Gateshead, Hartlepool and Seaham it doesn't take much thinking about really.
Rumour also has it Labour might actually do something for the North East.
Cameron has brought more in 2 years than Labour did in 13, new contracts for Nissan, trade agreements, infrastructure, even buying Vaux.
At the same time they sent Mandy to tell us Teeside steel was being mothballed in 24 hours and there's nothing they could do about it.
Last time i checked it was back up and running again.
I gave you the leeway and the response was pathetic
We have had the Labour/Tory crappy arguments for years now and to be honest its becoming quite tedious to say the least.
Lets hope the alternatives have something different to offer this year
I've lived through years of both, take it from me, they're the same in everything bar the rosette. Same schools, same slavish devotion to the status quo. The only time they fall out is over what are key issues for the general populace and of little or no concern to them or their progeny. The Health Service and Education, both of which should be taken out of Politics.
sh1te on all sides, as far as the eye can see. self-interested media monkeys whith no substance. a waste of everyones time i'm afraid.
This ^^^^^ puppets, every last one of them, meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
I think this has coincided with Ed keeping his mouth shut on the whole.
It's the only way he stands a chance.
I'd vote for them even if they didn't.
This. Fuck knows how we get rid of the muppets.
Yeah, the alternatives were great last time. What do you suggest? A serious of tv programmes giving leaders a chance to sell themselves? Clegg (the only viable alternative) fucked everyone right over last time.
lying greedy thieving self-serving hypocrites.
not a kick in the arse among the lot of them.
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