The despair Of The British nation.

Thursday, 18 June 2009

Jimmy's Destiny Is To repeat Viv Nicholson's History!

This Man Talks Of Tory Cuts Whilst Forgetting Dear Viv?





James, (or do you prefer Jim, Jimmy or Gordon?) why not put Viv in your Cabinet? She knows more about failed economics than you know about closets.

"Then the incredible happened - they won a fortune on the pools. And life for the Nicholsons became spend, spend, spend all the way. Cars, clothes, booze, holidays - they spent money like it was going out of style. But things didn't work out the way they do in fairy tales."

OR

Then the incredible happened - Labour won an election. Life for the Brits became spend, spend, spend all the way. Cars, clothes, booze, holidays - they spent money like it was going out of style. But things didn't work out the way they do in fairy tales."

"Spending, see the dictionary, deals primarily with money, but its strictures extend to life as a whole: "to consume, employ, use super-fluously, wastefully, or with undue lavishness; to waste or squander; to throw away." Thus, in retrospect, the Labour in Government story.


Now, if we look carefully at Jim Snotty and his gang of Fondlebum proteges, we are able to marvel how this coterie of calamity so readily mimic their old fashioned supporters. Supporters now usurped in favour of billionaire Russian mafia, South American drug barons and European EU fraudsters.

2 comments:

Startled Leafletter said...

Spot on! Words like 'user superfluously' and 'throw away' couldn't be closer to Labour's spending habits.

Anonymous said...

Oh how true of Labour Governments. This "investment" word, a euphimism for buying votes with useless public sector jobs. Horrendous.