Monday, October 13, 2008

Gordon Does Good?

You can't deny that there's plenty of doom-and-gloom around at the moment, so in my ongoing effort to cheer up the legions of Labour activists who I know read this blog ... ;-)

... have a look at this article in today's New York Times - and do take note that it is written by a man who has just, this very day, won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.

Gordon, and Alistair, do good?

... time will tell.

7 comments:

John Wallace said...

"cheer up the legions of Labour activists who I know read this blog"

and me....

With regards to the NYT article, you must also look at the author and his history so the article is definitely in relation to his thinking.

Also, it is not as though our Prime Mentalist and his set of eyebrows managed to come up with the plan on their own - one assumes that the banks themselves, the BOE, advisors and consultants too numerous to mention must take some of the credit.

Missed your estimated length of full council meeting today.

Anonymous said...

Personal cheap shots as usual.

John Wallace said...

anonymous - Yep, but with a real name to confirm who made them.

John Wallace said...

Forgot to mention there are also some valid points but of course you have chosen to discount those.

Pendejo sin nombre

Anonymous said...

Bowie Bash at the Roundhouse

Anonymous said...

Not as heavily as your discounted votes as an independent candidate. Ha effing ha!

Andrew said...

Any chance of continuing this personal animosity elsewhere??