Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Dear Gordon

I see that you're now going to spend our money "wisely".

I was just wondering, you utter cock-sniffing, clinically insane, arse bandit fuckwit: why, after 13 years of pissing our money away like a drunken sailor in port for the first time in six months, you suddenly feel like you may be able to spend our money "wisely", and more importantly, why the cunting fuck you haven't fucking been spending our money wisely to date?

I look forward to hearing your answer, but I'm really not holding my breath.

You cunt.


Dippyness. said...

Thanks! I just chocked on my tea I was laughing so much!
Still say he's not a cunt though...Cunts are useful & I like mine!

RantinRab said...

I agree, he's not a cunt.

He lacks the depth and the warmth.

Obnoxio The Clown said...

But not the smell like a Frenchwoman's gusset in the August heat.

RantinRab said...

You've put me right off my morning kipper.


David Davis (Libertarian Alliance) said...

Socialists don't learn, not even in 40-year time-spans.

In 1973, as a young "Account Executive" at Messrs Hobson, Bates and Partners (advertising agents) in London, we had the account of something called "The Electricity Council". Young people like Obo might not remember that in those days all electricity and gas was generated by the state, and you had to buy a "cooker" at a shop owned by the state.

The "Electricity Council" ad-account was differentiated between "Energy Marketing" ad "Appliance Marketing". Gosplan, at "Trafalgar Buildings" (2, Northumberland Avenue, London SW1) dictated to us what times of year to advertise "electricity" and at wgat times to advertise "cookers" or "fridges" or "storage radiators" (remember those?) This was of course when we did have a couple of Nuclear Power stations to generate "base load", which had to be got rid of when nobody wanted it.

An expense claim for a "return taxi from 155 Gower Street to Trafalgar buildings" was about £1.25. We did put in for a few more than we took, but we bought no duck-houses.

In late-1973, you will remember the coal-strike and the "3-day-week". The Electricity Council came up with a campaign which we did, called "switch off something" ("now"). The strap-line was "USE ELECTRICITY WISELY".

Gallagher Tobaccos ltd, another of my "accounts" found that under the "3-day-week" it was getting 96% of its normal 5-day-week production from its factory in Northern Ireland. It decided it could fire 40% of its workforce, but Heath (red-Ted=Traitor) would not allow it.

Doing things "wisely" and saying that you do, is a socialist thing. It has "planning" written all over it. By contrast, markets don't pretend to "know" anything, but just do discovering of what is real.