Sunday, 14 June 2009

More lies from Gordon Brown. Sunday Mirror.

Gordon Brown knows no shame. I'm also starting to believe that the man is an idiot. I don't like Brown, but I always thought he had a brain - now that is in doubt. When he lied about government spending last Wednesday at PMQs, he was quickly exposed by the blogosphere and the MSM. So why he thinks he can get away with the same lies today is beyond me.

He's repeated his claims that the Tories will cut spending by 10% while his government will increase spending. It's such a big lie, that only the pathetically loyal Sunday Mirror have the neck to print it. This is just stupid of Brown as the Blogs and the papers will take great pleasure in pointing out that he is lying again.

Brown's usual ploy of repeating lie so often that the people will believe it isn't going to work this time. Instead he is building himself a reputation as a liar. Surely the Cabinet cannot have backed this article? They all can't be that stupid surely? This is Brown shooting himself in the foot - again.

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Anonymous said...

I recently read the theory that it suits Mandleson's EU aims to retain Brown as PM until Irish are forced to vote again on Lisbon Treaty. Mandleson's pronounced Labour's aim to banish sterling and join the euro; they want the Treaty ratified without a referendum for the British.

Brown's no more than a 'spinning puppet' ..... a pre-recorded android 'front man' .... suits Labour's march to Federalization.

Tory Poppins said...

The blogosphere needs to keep up the pressure on Brown. I've no doubt that he's highly intelligent - but his obsession with maintaining power at all costs, to the detriment of the country, deems him not so!

His dogged beligerance will come unstuck in the end, and he'll be exposed for the charlatan he is.

James Higham said...

All that's true, Steve but think of the alternative - Mandelson.

Junius said...

I can't understand why anyone would actually believe that just because someone signs us up to a treaty that we haven't agreed to, it is the end of it.

What's going to happen if, say we refuse to pay anything further into the EU until their accounts have been properly audited.

I doubt very much if they would declare war on us - and a large part of our trade is with non-eu countries.

And if we stated unquivocably that we wanted out and walked out - what then?

I'm interested - what do you think would happen?

revinkevin said...

Whre is Gordon's moral compass?

Oh that is right that was another lie of his.

He makes Tony Blair look honest.

Letters From A Tory said...

I don't think Brown will get away with it. The journalists don't like being taken for idiots and Downing Street's control over the broadsheets has crumbled over the past six months with Smeargate et al.

Dave said...

So exactly where does Mandy insert his hand in order to operate Gordo the puppet?