yomptepi wrote: Copehead wrote:
yomptepi wrote:My goodness me you have to go a long way back to find one, don't you?
Gordon Brown will one day be up there with them for rallying the Western world when the banking system collapsed and presiding over the longest period of sustained economic growth in modern British history.
The only thing he will be remembered for is calling that lady a bigoted woman.
And destroying our economy over the ten years you say he presided over growth. What he presided over was debt. The only economics Labour understand.
I think you find that all governments preside over debt, but Labour historically have a lower debt and smaller deficit than the Tories.
Not that you'll understand that of course, get Toby to explain it to you.
The Tory's fiscal credibility is a myth that only dullards believe, hence the above.
Tories borrow more, pay back less and the services, that miraculously improve when Labour are in power, get worse as well.
Almost as if they are incompetent chancers or people solely interested in extracting money from the economy to feed out to the already super rich, who do remarkably well when Tories are in power for some reason.