Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by Radical_Dreamer, Sep 25, 2005.
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Oh yippe, Troops out and the cnut who blew th good economy he took over ta replace Dear Leader.
My cup runneth over
I'm kind of surprised that he got Tessa Jowell on his side is all. Heh..
The unions are not going to be happy!
Their Golden 'Socialist chancellor' has turned out to be just another new Labour lackey who plans to continue on with Blair's juxtaposition of socialist rhetoric with his twisted socialist version of capitalism.
As I understand this politician is very popular in the UK. Do you support his views?
Does it mean that present British democracy is rather a democracy for some?
Rt.hon, learned mr.Brown wants to reach his goal by
I suspect that "the few" (mr.Abramovitch for example) are not ready to put their wealth "in the hands of many". Maybe mr.Brown is a dangerous commie or a dreamer?
As to power then I doubt that mentined "the few" are afraid. They know for sure that no matter who would be a PM they would be at power anyway.
...so they can be eligible for more taxes, and be sent to jail if they are old and can't pay.
Gordon Brown is the worst thing that could happen to this country.
I don't know what to say. I wonder, is there anybody who likes mr.Brown?
Yes, those who stand to benefit from his term as prime minister
The unions, socialists, Public sector workers, Tax collecters, the PC brigade, Those on benefits, those who chose not to work for a living, ethnic minoities and those that prefer a touchy feely government
In contrast, those that contribute most to the country have the most to fear. Large corporations, Business men, enterprenurial individuals, anyone with any object that can be taxed (and some that can't!). We will all pay in the long run
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