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Justayellowbadge

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33,651 posts

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TheHeretic

73,668 posts

141 months

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Yes, my proof reading is guff, normally because I am doing other things at the time, and PH is a low priority on that score. Still, I'd take the occasional crap spelling, or unfortunate spellcheck goof, alread of not being able to answer questions about things I have made statements about.

You ask me about any of the opinions I give, and I shall explain to you why I think them. This is something you are, time and time again, unable to do.

BliarOut

59,741 posts

125 months

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Damn, I thought you'd finally got fed up with Virtually Pointless's mental ramblings...

ViperPict

9,781 posts

123 months

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I don't always agree with the SNP but 'Here, Here'!

http://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/political-n...

Borghetto

2,088 posts

69 months

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ViperPict said:
I don't always agree with the SNP but 'Here, Here'!

http://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/political-n...
Stewart Hosie AKA Hosie up the wall. Some poor news on the jobs front http://www.westlothiancourier.co.uk/2012/08/16/job...
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ViperPict

9,781 posts

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Borghetto said:
ViperPict said:
I don't always agree with the SNP but 'Here, Here'!

http://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/political-n...
Stewart Hosie AKA Hosie up the wall. Some poor news on the jobs front http://www.westlothiancourier.co.uk/2012/08/16/job...
You appear to report the loss of people's jobs and livlihoods with some glee...

This is a loss of 46 jobs when only yesterday Scotland's unemployment figures showed a net drop.

thinfourth2

30,338 posts

90 months

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ViperPict said:
I don't always agree with the SNP but 'Here, Here'!

http://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/political-n...
So should we borrow more or cut squandering to invest more?

ViperPict

9,781 posts

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thinfourth2 said:
ViperPict said:
I don't always agree with the SNP but 'Here, Here'!

http://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/political-n...
So should we borrow more or cut squandering to invest more?
I'd happily defer to those who are able to make the decisions (i.e., the SNP, Labour or even Boris Johnson it would appear).

TheHeretic

73,668 posts

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ViperPict said:
I don't always agree with the SNP but 'Here, Here'!

http://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/political-n...
So you want to spend to get out of a hole we are in? Care to tell us why you think this is a great idea?

ViperPict

9,781 posts

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TheHeretic said:
ViperPict said:
I don't always agree with the SNP but 'Here, Here'!

http://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/political-n...
So you want to spend to get out of a hole we are in? Care to tell us why you think this is a great idea?
Because the current 'plan' by Mr. 110% is not working. Getting a feeling of deja vu here...

WhereamI

6,887 posts

103 months

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You really have to wonder...

"Opposition parties have put pressure on the Chancellor to scale back his austerity drive, which many say is failing to kickstart the economy."

An austerity drive is never going to kickstart the economy, that's not the point. What planet are these people on?

ViperPict

9,781 posts

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WhereamI said:
You really have to wonder...

"Opposition parties have put pressure on the Chancellor to scale back his austerity drive, which many say is failing to kickstart the economy."

An austerity drive is never going to kickstart the economy, that's not the point. What planet are these people on?
Tories blindly supporting any half-arsed bks packaged as 'policy' until the bitter end...

BliarOut

59,741 posts

125 months

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ViperPict said:
TheHeretic said:
ViperPict said:
I don't always agree with the SNP but 'Here, Here'!

http://www.heraldscotland.com/politics/political-n...
So you want to spend to get out of a hole we are in? Care to tell us why you think this is a great idea?
Because the current 'plan' by Mr. 110% is not working. Getting a feeling of deja vu here...
So we're in the st due to overspending and your cure is to spend more? You're fking priceless you are...

TheHeretic

73,668 posts

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ViperPict said:
Because the current 'plan' by Mr. 110% is not working. Getting a feeling of deja vu here...
Deja vu indeed. Another question gone unanswered. How on earth can you articulate an argument about how terrible the current economic situation is, and not even have an idea as to why you think it, apart from being told on various articles that 'it's bad mmmkay'? If you want to argue that we need to increase spending, then where is that money coming from, who provides said money, what will be cut if the taxation spate is not to be increased, and so on, and so forth.

You k ow money doesn't grow on trees, don't you? Do you simply was to see individual somewhat meaningless stats improved, or is there a bigger picture you are looking at?

Borghetto

2,088 posts

69 months

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ViperPict said:
You appear to report the loss of people's jobs and livlihoods with some glee...

This is a loss of 46 jobs when only yesterday Scotland's unemployment figures showed a net drop.
I can't be responsible for people carrying chips on their shoulder's interpreting my post to suit their own ends. In future I will try and post only positive things about the Scots economy, this is often quite problematic.

TheHeretic

73,668 posts

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ViperPict said:
Tories blindly supporting any half-arsed bks packaged as 'policy' until the bitter end...
And yet you cannot suggest an alternative, or even tell is what is wrong with current policy. Funny that.

Mojocvh

15,092 posts

148 months

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"This is a loss of 46 jobs when only yesterday Scotland's unemployment figures showed a net drop."

And why do you think that happened Einstein? Wee Eck massaging figures? NEVER.




he'll get the civil service to do it for him!!!

ViperPict

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Mojocvh said:
"This is a loss of 46 jobs when only yesterday Scotland's unemployment figures showed a net drop."

And why do you think that happened Einstein? Wee Eck massaging figures? NEVER.




he'll get the civil service to do it for him!!!
You mean the same as Westminster do?

WhereamI

6,887 posts

103 months

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ViperPict said:
WhereamI said:
You really have to wonder...

"Opposition parties have put pressure on the Chancellor to scale back his austerity drive, which many say is failing to kickstart the economy."

An austerity drive is never going to kickstart the economy, that's not the point. What planet are these people on?
Tories blindly supporting any half-arsed bks packaged as 'policy' until the bitter end...
What are you on about?

Cutting the budget deficit isn't a means of stimulating an economy, there was never any expectation that would happen. What it does do is apply some level of fiscal responsibility that convinces the debt market that the long term structural problem of debt and deficit are being addressed and that they don't need to be concerned about it. That keeps the interest rates on borrowing down which in turn helps to cut the deficit.


ViperPict

9,781 posts

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TheHeretic said:
ViperPict said:
Tories blindly supporting any half-arsed bks packaged as 'policy' until the bitter end...
And yet you cannot suggest an alternative, or even tell is what is wrong with current policy. Funny that.
This is your blinkered 'I don't like your answer' nonsense again. Go and look at the old thread where that was answered...

The bottom line is that it's CLEARLY not working and some sort of change is needed. Not having my hands on the reins, it is not for me to say what the alternative should be. But it is obvious their should be one. I'm quite happy to go with what the SNP or Labour or Boris are proposing.

I find it amazing that when presented with clear evidence that the 'policies' of Mr. 110% are not working that you are so sychophantic to still blindly support him and his fellow numpties. It's quite extraordinary behaviour...
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