Can some tell me what is Gordon Brown messing up..the polls are always down and it seems unfair. To me he seems to be doing everything right except he doesn’t smile a lot. I hate to see the Conservatives in UK winning the next elections…..they don’t seem to have explicit policy on anything.
I can tell you why I am not happy with Brown. He sold half of our nations gold reserves at rock bottom price, about 10 times less than gold is worth now, after declaring that "economic cycles no longer existed". Gold is the most important asset, and essentially becomes a world currency in a recession, that will damage us for the long term.
We also owe $12 trillion in external debt. That equates to $174k for ever person in the country. Do you have a child? Because that child will grow up suffering because of that debt.
Public service cuts will be needed to be make repayments, to countries such as China, tax will rise. The government is spending so much money that it will damage all of us for the long term.
As of yet, the only party to present any kind of manifesto which details plans to reduce this debt are the Liberal Democrats. Yet the British public is too pathetically stupid to take these very important things into consideration when voting. David Cameron announced plans to save £100m a year from Westminister. This is called a 'populist' policy, will win him thousands of votes, but he hasnt exactly sung and danced about his larger polices to reduce national debt.
Gordon Browns big plan to pay for the bail out of the banks is to cut public spending. Thus, we are going to see £20bn a year cut from the NHS - which is already underfunded. Camerons plan is very similar. The expense for bailing out banks is our health. Where is the policy which prevents this from happening again? There is none. Expect us to be bailing out banks again in 15 years time.
Expect a 30% basic tax rate within 10 years, to pay back this governments war debts.
I have been brought up by a staunch labour party member. But this government is pathetic and weak, and is reducing our standard of living, and the standard of living of our children.
The policy of Conservatives is to conserve cultural, political and social identity and to add majesty to Her Majesty's throne.
I think it is a pro-monarchy party.
Is this a puppet show?
If you have some info about British politics, I'm certainly interested in hearing - I'm always curious about life in the many, many different places on our earth.
RooBs - tis wet and windy, very green, and whenever there's a down in the road, it's soon to be followed by an up.
We get excited when the weather goes above 18 degrees and have made wellie boots into a fashion accessory.
If we have sun for at least 7 days, we all agree we've had a great summer - and moan when we don't get snow in winter.
When we do get snow in winter, we moan and unless we burn anything flammable on November the 5th, we almost cry into our pints.
We prefer foreign beer to our home brewed stuff and are proud when we can still walk in a straight line after 12 pints of 'wife beater'.
We have a love/hate relationship with our monarchy and a hate/hate relationship with our government. And we're not choosy. Any will do.
We wash our cars on weekends and have a thing about well kept lawns. We devour everything written in The Sun then pretend we only read the Daily Mail or the Guardian.
I could go on and this is nothing to do with politics. But you did say you're curious about life in other places. I shall be sure to make a hub, just for you, about Being British - The Highs & Regular Lows Of Living With Too Much Rain
You're so lovely, my friend. Enjoy your weekend Art - as they say here ... bom fim semana!
by chigoiyke7 years ago
....soonest it will be; why did they kick out the British PM - what's his name again? Gordon Brown. I have been following the British election with some amount of attention but I still don't get why a serving PM is...
by fierycj7 years ago
Is he? And plus does he even know why he's still keeping over 9000 British troops in Afghanistan? Is he a kiss-ass republican at heart, like his predecessor was? Well?
by Jan Thompson7 years ago
The Queen has certain legal rights which allow her to sack the prime minister. Given the controversy surrounding Gordon Brown's 'reign', should the Queen have him removed, or should she leave it to the electorate to...
by theirishobserver.7 years ago
My name is Gordon,They call me Brown,I am very popular,In London Town,Pretty boy Tony,Devalued the pound,My Financial management,That is sound,David Cameraman,The opposition bound,Nick Clingon,May be crowned,A...
by CrystalStarWoman7 years ago
I write a blog with a 'Tarotscope' - posting a daily card and message for each of the signs of the zodiac, using a different deck of cards each week.This past week has been somewhat 'eventful' for Britain's politicians...
by tksensei7 years ago
In the extreme:http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,541680,00.htmlhttp://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,541629,00.htmlhttp://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/08 … r-release/
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