I wrote yesterday that Gordon Brown was totally and utterly delusional if he thought that we would believe his "Tory cuts" lies. I also wrote that his legacy would be one of being a bloody liar.
Well it looks like I was right to believe that the people would not fall for Labour's lies this time. As soon as Brown came out with his false statement about increased Labour spending at PMQs last week, the blogosphere and the MSM were all over him. Yet still the fool has continued to spew out the same rubbish during the last week.
PoliticsHome has carried out a nationwide survey asking those taking part to name the party they feel are most honest about their tax and spending plans.
Labour failed to score an overall majority even with their own supporters; only forty eight per cent of Labour party supporters believe they are the party that is most honest about their spending and tax intentions. In contrast, the Tories and Lib Dems were both backed by eighty two per cent of their supporters.
The government's rhetoric on tax and spending has failed to convince independent voters. Only six per cent feel they are most honest, whereas thirty three per cent chose the Conservatives and twenty three per cent the Liberal Democrats.
I think that these results are pretty conclusive. Lets hope Brown keeps up the lies - they are obviously doing Labour more damage than the Tories.