January 16th, 2011

Quote of the Day

On the Andrew Marr show Ed Miliband was asked…

“Do you accept that before the crisis happened, actually Labour was spending too much?”

“No I don’t.”


7 Comments

  1. 1
    bbitgu says:

    OMFG !!!!!!!!!!

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      annnonymous says:

      “Do you accept that before the crisis happened, actually Labour was spending too much?”

      “No I don’t.”

      And neither Did Cameron Osborne and the Conservative Party.

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  2. 2
    harrylimey says:

    And what was Marr’s next question- “Why are you such a fucking balloonhead..?”

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  3. 3
    disenfranchisedofbuckingham says:

    +1

    Unbelievable. Burn the heretic.

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  4. 5

    “Do you think that any prior knowledge or expertise in dealing with the wealth of a nation is helpful?”

    “No, I don’t!”

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  5. 6
    Juliet Samuel Fan Club says:

    Whois Ashley Labour?

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  6. 7
    Paul Marks says:

    There was a massive deficit opening up BEFORE the banking crises occured (a banking crises brought on by the same credit money bubble that Mr Brown counted upon for tax – “we should have prevented reckless lending” you were RELYING on reckless lending).

    And yet Red Ed denies there was a government spending problem. Either he is lieing or he is deluded.

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Gyles Brandreth writes in his memoirs:

“Sunday, May 10, 1998

Early start: appearing on Breakfast With Frost, to be broadcast from 11 Downing Street. The Chancellor [Gordon Brown] is grouchily amiable, but so earnest — and still biting his fingernails to the quick.

After the show, he took us upstairs to his flat. He lives above No 10, while Blair and family are in the No 11 duplex, which is bigger and more like a proper house.

I was intrigued that, when he took us into his bedroom, the Chancellor rather ostentatiously opened the built-in wardrobes, as if he wanted us to see the women’s frocks that were hanging in there.

They looked quite large, but I don’t think they belong to Gordon. I assume they belong to his girlfriend [Sarah Macaulay, who he later married].

I presume he was keen for us to know that he has one — and that she’s not a ‘beard’. I don’t think he does anything without calculation.”



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