Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Gordon Brown - All over by Christmas?

What does Gordon Brown consider to be the long term? A few months...

'[Gordon Brown] will not be diverted from the "right long-term decisions" for the UK's economy even if they are "unpopular in the short term".'

The prime minister told the BBC he wanted to show people worried about homes and jobs the economy was "safe for them over the next few months".

And then what!?!


Anonymous said...

It's another clever little weasel-your-way-out-of-a-tough-spot by Gordon. He really hasn't got anything useful to say on the matter.

Mark Wadsworth said...

He started planning for the long term ten years ago, i.e. stay in power as long as possible and cause as much damage as possible. What's happening now is the long run!. This is it! End of the road for Labour for 'a generation'.

And as Keynes said "in the long run, The Gobling King is dead!".