yomptepi wrote: Copehead wrote:
yomptepi wrote:But that's just data. Data showing clearly how fast credit card debt grew under Blair's government. But I understand why you want to disregard it. What with it being inconvenient an all...
What is inconvenient is conflating public debt and private debt. When I say inconvenient I really mean stupid and misleading.
Can you imagine the furore for right wing idiots like you if the Labour government had attempted to curtail the lending of money by banks to private individuals?
Actually that chart was for credit card and domestic debt. But don't let that worry you.
Even more stupid and misleading then as that has precisely nothing to do with any government policy beyond that which free'd up the financial markets to lend with fewer restraints in the first place.
You could always try in posting graphs with properly labelled axis if you don't want to appear stupid. Yours only says UK debt and credit. But trying to get something meaningful and honest out of you is increasingly difficult, retirement has deranged you, you will be writing letters to your local paper about black marxists abusing the Great Missenden parking system before the months out.
If you are wanting a party who will curtail the lending bonanza that high street banks have indulged in for the last 30 years I am afraid a Corbyn lead Labour government is your only hope.
But you are too addled to even see that
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