January 16th, 2011

Quote of the Day


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  1. 1
    bbitgu says:

    OMFG !!!!!!!!!!

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    • 4
      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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