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The legacy of Cameron and Osborne

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You really are a bitter and twisted person.The thread is about the legacy of Cameron and Osborne .I merely commented about the name calling. This you took it to mean going on a further tirade about a stereotypical left oposition.

 

The Y behind the name was partly humour .Sorry for that ,my Mrs constantly reminds me that I am not funny.

 

The strange thing looking at your comments about ,"The loony left sloganise, berate and belittle." oh how I laughed as that was the point that I made about you.

 

Regarding Clegg,Osborne and Cameron .You are quite correct that I have very little regard for any of them.

 

Though under the circumstances its always nice to hear from people who thought Cameron and Osborne policies so good ,especially when they have not been affected by them .:)

 

Your wife is right. So am I.

 

---------- Post added 28-07-2016 at 16:21 ----------

 

Cameron and Osborne were the legacy of 13 years of Labour ;)[/quote

 

 

All succeeding governments inherit the legacies of their forerunners.

 

In Camerons case he inherited a disaster. He left the country economically strong, with more people in work than ever before.

 

New Labours legacy from Majors government was a strong economy amongst other positives. Thatchers inheritance from Callaghan was economic distress, amongst other negatives.

 

Notice a pattern yet?

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You dont call people names you merely belittle those you see to disagree with by putting the letter Y after their names.

 

What points have you made? You clearly dont think much of Clegg/Osborne/Cameron, despite the fact that they created, from a disaster, the fastest growing economy in the developed world, a higher level of employment than ever before in UK history, opened the possibility of regenerating the north of England and reduced the deficit by a third.

 

Corbyn on the other hand, polite, quiet, no policies, surrounded by a bunch of thugs who insult women, jews, other minorities, call all Tories "********". Is without a shadow of a doubt the most ineffective, lame excuse for an opposition leader in UK history. Disowned by those who see him up close, voted against his own party over 500 times whilst an MP, yet has the temerity to expect support from those he regularly betrayed. Any supporter of this man is a member of the loony left.

 

Not an insult, merely a description of a political position. (which is barmy).

 

I now address your question regarding what the loony left would attain for their children if their policies were implemented. As they have yet to outline policies this is difficult so I must refer back in time to the policies espoused in the past, without listing them, safe to say that no matter what they are they never stood the test of scrutiny. The loony left stand "against" things, their utterances are never positive. They hate, (see my list in earlier posting) they envy, they sneer, at achievement, at betterment, at anything or anyone who tries to rise above the mediocrity they themselves are only capable of. The loony left sloganise, berate and belittle.

 

Their lunacy is only equaled by their mediocrity in personal achievement and their contribution to society.

.......took the words out of millions of peoples mouths with that post,but not many of them live in South Yorkshire!

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Cameron will be remembered as someone who gambled the UK's prosperity in an attempt to win UKIP votes.

 

Gideon won't be remembered, unless people want to bring up the Pasty Tax or his failure to reform tax credits.

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Cameron will be remembered as someone who gambled the UK's prosperity in an attempt to win UKIP votes.

 

Gideon won't be remembered, unless people want to bring up the Pasty Tax or his failure to reform tax credits.

 

To some extent you are right, however his achievements are substantial. His action in promising and then delivering the referendum were not only an attempt to stem the drift to UKIP it was an attempt to end the fifty year civil war within the Conservative party.

 

The result, though a shock, and resulting in the end of his Premiership, actually seems to be working, it is early days, but Mrs May has clearly done away with any prospect of not honoring the decision, we are coming out of the EU. Therefore the Tories can now focus on unity, governing the country and making the best of things.

 

If Labour, or whatever emerges from this latest meltdown in socialism, can get itself sorted out we could be back into a sensible political system.

 

Despite ongoing political differences, the actual outcomes from all this could be entirely positive.

 

All this down to Mr Cameron sticking to his word.

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