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No government has collected more cash than this one, the LABOUR government allowed the banks and the tax avoiders free rein for 13 years.

 

The incentives now available to first time buyers, allowing for the fact that we are emerging from the worst recession since the 1930s, are both generous and well founded, praised by builders and buyers alike.

 

The more millionaires the better, no nation prospers by encouraging mediocrity.

 

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How can you possibly justify that statement? Blair lied to Parliament and took the country to war on that lie. People are being slaughtered daily as a result of that socialist egoist war criminal.

 

He and Brown lied when they repeatedly told us "no more boom and bust" leading to the biggest "bust" in history.

 

Cameron and Osborne took over a job that many thought impossible, we were bankrupt. They have created 1.8 million new jobs, they have brought welfare and public spending under control. They have halved the deficit. (there are a number of ways of calculating this, the most relevant one is to work out the debt as a % of GDP on that basis it is halved.) The British economy is growing faster than any other developed nation.

 

Yet you and others trapped in your socialist mindset can only slander, misinterpret and take more notice of what school these guys went to rather than the huge service they have done for this country and by implication you and your family.

 

 

Hardly trapped in a socialist mindset, just common sense shows us how badly things are going.

By their own admission they havent collected ENOUGH tax. The data shows we need more tax revenue. Cameron and Osborne havent created DIDDLY SQUAT. Most the jobs are either self employed or low paid or zero hours.

 

Hence why we haven't collected enough tax :loopy:

 

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Nonsense, a nation is judged on its ability to pay its debts, be solvent enough to assist less fortunate nations in times of trouble. Our "weakest" are massively strong when compared to the needy in other nations.

 

Our solvency and ability to maintain ourselves as a major power is due to the commercial nounce of those who make the profits that pay the taxes that fund the welfare systems.

 

What like the euro debt we couldn't afford to pay?

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Hardly trapped in a socialist mindset, just common sense shows us how badly things are going.

By their own admission they havent collected ENOUGH tax. The data shows we need more tax revenue. Cameron and Osborne havent created DIDDLY SQUAT. Most the jobs are either self employed or low paid or zero hours.

 

Hence why we haven't collected enough tax :loopy:

 

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What like the euro debt we couldn't afford to pay?

 

Your arguments are nonsensical, no matter what you are determined to take a stupid statement such as this. If Cameron had paid it you would be braying that he was not standing up to the EEC. Like so many on here you are negative and brainwashed. Had it not been for the actions taken by this government we would be in a very serious situation. Thank god for the Tories.

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Your arguments are nonsensical, no matter what you are determined to take a stupid statement such as this. If Cameron had paid it you would be braying that he was not standing up to the EEC. Like so many on here you are negative and brainwashed. Had it not been for the actions taken by this government we would be in a very serious situation. Thank god for the Tories.

 

Instead of running off crying to the EU and getting that debt reduced. Its the equivalent of taking out a payment plan with a creditor:loopy:

You were saying about countries that cant pay their debts....

 

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nonsense, a nation is judged on its ability to pay its debts, be solvent enough to assist less fortunate nations in times of trouble. Our "weakest" are massively strong when compared to the needy in other nations.

 

Our solvency and ability to maintain ourselves as a major power is due to the commercial nounce of those who make the profits that pay the taxes that fund the welfare systems.

 

lol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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EPIC FAIL ho ho ho

Edited by ubermaus
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I parked outside a food bank in a small town in South Yorkshire recently. A couple pulled up in a CAR. Went in obtained their needs. Drove away.

 

A few minutes later I saw them park in the town centre and go into the Witherspoons.

 

Car? Witherspoons? Food bank? Poverty? bull****.

 

Saw that story in the news. The car was nicked. They used it to perform a heist at Witherspoons for the contents of the condiments trolley.:rolleyes:

 

Apparently, the only evidence they'd been in the car was a Bill Wethers CD they'd left behind.

Edited by Mr Bloom

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Saw that story in the news. The car was nicked. They used it to perform a heist at Witherspoons for the contents of the condiments trolley.:rolleyes:

 

Apparently, the only evidence they'd been in the car was a Bill Wethers CD they'd left behind.

 

Thats taking the biscuit. Or in this case the colemans mustard...

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I parked outside a food bank in a small town in South Yorkshire recently. A couple pulled up in a CAR. Went in obtained their needs. Drove away.

 

A few minutes later I saw them park in the town centre and go into the Witherspoons.

 

Car? Witherspoons? Food bank? Poverty? bull****.

 

I'd have thought that a multi-millionaire business magnate such as yourself would have better hobbies.

 

You should try archery, or polo, or bridge.

 

Stalking poor people is very 1980's.

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I'd have thought that a multi-millionaire business magnate such as yourself would have better hobbies.

 

You should try archery, or polo, or bridge.

 

Stalking poor people is very 1980's.

 

I like to monitor the poor, you never know what they are getting up to.

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I'd have thought that a multi-millionaire business magnate such as yourself would have better hobbies.

 

You should try archery, or polo, or bridge.

 

Stalking poor people is very 1980's.

 

Jolly Hockey sticks, what old chap

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Nonsense, a nation is judged on its ability to pay its debts, be solvent enough to assist less fortunate nations in times of trouble. Our "weakest" are massively strong when compared to the needy in other nations.

 

Our solvency and ability to maintain ourselves as a major power is due to the commercial nounce of those who make the profits that pay the taxes that fund the welfare systems.

 

I am all right jack mentality .. but I guess you know better than these learned people lol .

 

Some variants, collected from various sources:

 

Our society must make it right and possible for old people not to fear the young or be deserted by them, for the test of a civilization is the way that it cares for its helpless members.~Pearl S. Buck (1892-1973), My Several Worlds [1954].

 

The test of the morality of a society is what it does for its children.

~Dietrich Bonhoeffer

 

A decent provision for the poor is the true test of civilization.

~Samuel Johnson, Boswell: Life of Johnson

 

The most certain test by which we judge whether a country is really free is the amount of security enjoyed by minorities.~John E. E. Dalberg, Lord Acton, The History of Freedom in Antiquity, [1877].

 

 

"...the moral test of government is how that government treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; those who are in the shadows of life; the sick, the needy and the handicapped. " ~ Last Speech of Hubert H. Humphrey

 

 

"A nation's greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members." ~ Mahatma Ghandi

 

 

 

 

"Any society, any nation, is judged on the basis of how it treats its weakest members -- the last, the least, the littlest."

~Cardinal Roger Mahony, In a 1998 letter, Creating a Culture of Life

 

 

 

The greatness of America is in how it treats its weakest members: the elderly, the infirm, the handicapped, the underprivileged, the unborn. ~Bill Federer

 

 

 

 

"A society will be judged on the basis of how it treats its weakest members and among the most vulnerable are surely the unborn and the dying,"

~Pope John Paul II

Edited by Grandad.Malky

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I like to monitor the poor, you never know what they are getting up to.

 

Do you not have a 'chap' who can do that for you?

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Do you not have a 'chap' who can do that for you?

 

I've always found the most vociferous tories to be the people who have more to gain from voting Labour than I do. :hihi:

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I am all right jack mentality .. but I guess you know better than these learned people lol .

 

All beautiful thoughts, well researched and a tribute to your perspicacity.

 

But if you have a government that's spent all out money you cant do these things.

 

If you have welfare recipients that are cheating and people avoiding tax, and you let them get away with it as LABOUR did for 13 years. Then there has to be a correction.

 

We are in the correction.

 

Vote Tory we are all in it together.

 

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Do you not have a 'chap' who can do that for you?

 

 

Several but I like to keep my hand in.

 

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I've always found the most vociferous tories to be the people who have more to gain from voting Labour than I do. :hihi:

 

You are absolutely right, I made more money under Labour than I ever did under Thatcher or Major.

 

I vote for the good of the country, and as labour ruined it, I am voting for thiose who are putting it right.

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