Monday, 29 March 2010

The Chancellor's Debate

To sum up:

Not one of the prospective guardians of the nation's economy would go into detail, provide specific answers to questions and:

Not one of them seemed to have a bloody clue how to get out of the mess that they have allowed to happen - or were brave enough to state where they would start.

Admittedly, being no financial wizard, one thing I do know. When I get short of money, I have to decide where to stop spending money. So lets apply that logic to the problems we face:


Paying £45 million a day to the EU
Funding Fake Charities and NGOs
Funding Development Agencies
Increasing the public sector payroll and, subsequently, pensions
Paying those who dislike our country to live here
Paying for an energy source that is only 30% productive
Paying the cost, both in lives and financially, of a war in which we should not be involved
Paying for representatives who are content to dismember our country's constitution without our agreement and continuing to propogate a system of government that is anything but democratic



paulo said...

Spot on.


Witterings From Witney said...

Thank you 'p' - that was quick - or to coin a phrase of alcoholic inference - F****** H***!

Mrs Rigby said...

Yep, you got it about right.

The politician who makes that list will get my vote.

James Higham said...

Good list. I'll quote it later.

Anonymous said...

Hear, hear. It would be a good start, unfortunately we do not have politicians with that much sense.