Tuesday, 11 November 2008
Sarah Palin will run for President in 2012 if God opend the door for her. In an interview with Fox News she said: "I'm like, OK, God, if there is an open door for me somewhere, this is what I always pray, I'm like, don't let me miss the open door.
"Show me where the open door is. Even if it's cracked up a little bit, maybe I'll plough right on through that and maybe prematurely plough through it.
"But don't let me miss an open door".
Like Gearge W. Bush, Palin is clearly guided by God. This is a way of exonerating her from all descions made in relation to her political career, just like Bush's excuses for decions on war he has taken over the past 6 years. Looks like Obama is a cert' for a 2nd term even before his first begins.
Who would Jesus bomb?
- Tax breaks for companies who employ new staff.
- Freeze council tax for two years.
- Taking family homes out of inheritance tax.
DC said that tax breaks for companies would be funded by keeping people out of Jobseekers Allowance. Does this make any sense? Yes, this may put some people into work but tBg doesn't see this as a tax cut, its just moving money from one place to another. A tax cut would be slashing income tax or VAT and putting money in peoples pockets, thus allowing higher spending by the consumer - this stimulates the econamy and leads to higher revenue for the exchequer.
Has DC and Osborne forgot how a tax cut works?
Saturday, 8 November 2008
This guy, Adam Smith, is a legend. He work(ed) for the Birmingham Mail and was interviewed at an Obama victory party. He is completely sozzled and admits to plagiarism and quits his job - very British. It's a must watch, in 3 parts now showing on tBg Tube.
Friday, 7 November 2008
"A great wonderful victory for Labour, a thumbs up for Brown's handling of the economic crisis" declared Jon Craig on Sky News last night. What a laugh, whats wrong with this channel recently? Brown hasn't bounced. Labour have held onto Glenrothes (a strong hold) after Scottish people realised they be in deep sh*t with their banks if the SNP got their way, and Scotland was independent.
Brown built a boom on debt, taxed and spent, encouraged irresponsible lending (and still is, like he hasn't learned anything), then used hundreds of billions of taxpayers money to bail out these useless bankers while businesses are closing and unemployment is rising. Not to mention going cap in hand to the brutal regime in Saudi Arabia asking for some pocket money. How embarrassing. He does this because he wants government expenditure to increase as a way of getting through this crisis, it will not work that way.
tBg knows the only way to stimulate the economy is to give tax cuts to the middle and working class.
tBg learns Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi has praised US President-elect Barack Obama for his suntan! Berlusconi made the remark while visiting Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in Moscow. He said Mr Obama is “young, handsome and tanned”.
Berlusconi has come out with some priceless howlers in the past – labelling one German MEP as a “prison of war camp guard” and saying that the “West is superior to Islam”.
Last night, as he was condemned from all sides for his remarks on Obama. A rattled Berlusconi snapped: “What’s the problem ? It was a compliment.
The Italian PM is known to have a all year round tan and to of had plastic surgery to keep him looking well below his age of 72. tBg gets the self-deprecating joke.
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