Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Where is The Man

Who will lead us out of this mess.
Not Labour for sure.
We need a Winston Churchill.
Britain has become soft and an easy touch. We need strength not weakness. We need Leadership.
Who will fill that roll. ?

Brown Must Carry The Can

"Gordon Brown helped fuel Britain’s banking crisis by pressuring the City regulator not to intervene and stop reckless lending," Lord Turner, the head of the Financial Services Authority, said.

So there we have it. Brown instructed the FSA to have a light touch and helped fuel the chain of events that has led to the recession.

He should take responsibility and go, along with his party.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

The State of Labour

Labour has ceased to be civilised, for it has no clear vision of the meaning of this civility.
It is no longer good, for it has lost sight of the common good.
This recession may be global, but it is Labour’s fault that the United Kingdom is the worst place nation in the western world to cope with its effects.
Labour has become the embodiment of that for which it always despised the Conservatives: it is now the undoubted party of unemployment, recession, inflation and increased poverty.
Labour is seduced by celebrity and beguiled by vanity.

How long to the General Election

with thanks to Cranmer

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Labour Never Learn

Labour appear to be unable to do what needs to be done.
They are just spending money, that does not exist any more.

Just when are they going to cut public spending.

I think they will leave it for the Tories to do that for them.

It has been proved yet again Labour can only spend, never earn.

A pity a whole new generation has had to learn the hard way as I did in the 60s & 70s.

Friday, February 13, 2009

BBC Soft on Labour

Just how can the Labour government get away with all this.
Do you remember how the BBC led the attack on John Majors government.
Where are the BBC now. Labour and the BBC are one, as far as I am concerned .
The BBC hates to criticise Labour, they all have a pained look on their faces when they have to, as you do when you have to tell a friend something they don't want to hear.
Come on media get stuck in we need to be rid of them as soon as possible before its to late

Monday, February 9, 2009

Companies HQs Move Abroad

Do you remember what Britain used to be open for business ie. pre- labour government.

Well the latest to move is BOOTS yes Boots the chemist, from Nottingham to Switzerland.

More and more companies are moving to obtain a better tax deal. and a company friendly environment. The list is getting longer.

Can you blame them.

Again Labour only knows how to spend never earn.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

On Yer Bike.

I hope this is used by the Media and BBC as much as Norman Tebbits on your bike.
( With thanks to Iain dale)

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Duel Standards of The BBC

Why does Ross who caused such offence ON AIR possibly broke the law have a 3 month ban. Against Thatcher who made an offensive remark to some by using a word IN PRIVATE be sacked.
Its just not consistent

I accept that some words and phrases are now offencive I understand that.
But those same people who are offended should remember that we used these words every day in the past as just part of our normal life. Not as racist comments but just words we had grown up with.
In Thatchers case I would describe her as careless not offensive in this case.
Younger people who have been drilled in the equality topic should remember that older people have not, and we do not have the same horror of such words.
I think we are more tolerant of such things where as today people are so easily offended.

Question Time

I find it strange that everyone is insulted by Carol Thatcher using the word Golliwog. Yet

A person asking a question in the hall says that the reason foreign workers are used is because they work harder than the British, no one bats an eyelid at this racist remark and he is allowed to say it unchecked.

Sauce for the goose comes to mind.