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Missing In Action

I wonder why Nick Clegg was not in Brussels with his pal Dave, it would have solved all the problems that now face the Government. The Liberal Democrats actually give Dave an excuse for refusing the advances of those foreign devils, they … Continue reading

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Kill The Mit

I was watching Charlie Rose a couple of days ago, a round table of journalist dissecting Mit Romney and his political views. What exactly was he in favour of, what was he opposed to, does  he have any firm beliefs or … Continue reading

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Wag The Finger

Have you been watching Prime Ministers Question Time recently? I am somewhat disappointed in the performance of Ed Milliband. When he was a minister, he spoke with assurance and calmness, addressing the problem and comfortably formulating an answer. Since becoming leader … Continue reading

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Lost Anything

Psst. Psst. Want to buy a tank? Pardon! Want to buy a tank? No! How about a Nimrod, going cheap. Latest model? Yeah, brand new, good price. Where did you get it? Well you know, a friend of a friend. … Continue reading

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Obamacare Or Obama Cares

As you may be aware I quite enjoy watching Squawk on CNBC, while it is a financial programme it’s also highly entertaining, whether it is meant to be or not I can only guess at, but they do have politicians … Continue reading

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Shades of Civil War?

Finally the simmering hatred of generations burst forth onto the battlefield. Economic growth in the Northern States requiring more cheap labour, sending out a siren call to slaves, offering freedom, the Holy Grail. While the Southern States were desperate to maintain … Continue reading

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Simon Hughes Blackhole.

Lunch time today I was watching the politics show, a very educational programme, Simon Hughes was explaining why the liberal Democrats could never win in Barnsley, it is a black-hole for Liberal Democrats, they do not have a single elected official in … Continue reading

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The Rats are in No:10

I saw this in the news today, so whats this new moggie in Downing Street? He could be just what the country needs, is that Dave sticking out of it’s mouth and is that Clegg’s tail just showing? Scratching reporters, … Continue reading

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Capitalism OR Corruption?

I was watching Joe and Becky on CNBC the other day, where one of their guests from Notre Dame was talking about their investments in developing countries which they considered were the right place to be in for the best returns. So I … Continue reading

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new horizons

BP yesterday announced a joint venture with Rosneff to carry out exploration and development of oilfields in the Arctic Ocean and vast area’s of Siberia, Greenpeace have stated that they have not learned the lessons from the Gulf of Mexico, perhaps not … Continue reading

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