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sapper82 BS: Mrs Thatcher had dementia (89* d) RE: BS: Mrs Thatcher had dementia 26 Aug 08

"The current Socialist shower of crap we have took over an ecconomy that possibly the strongest in Europe and spent the next decade destroying "

"B.lair and his colleagues are not socialists in any shape or form, but the pathetic, simpering spawn of Thatcher's worst excesses as a destroyer of the social and manufacturing fabric of this country."

T. Bliar was the leader of the LABOUR party, which just happens to be the largest Socialist party in this country.
OK, so he got rid of a bit of outdated Marxist claptrap. So what? He was still a typical socialist leader of The Labour Party.
I.E. Middle Class, privately educated, riding on the backs of the working class without ANY idea at all of what the working class really stands for.

Al, The Community Charge, to give it it's proper name, was brought in because the old fashioned Rates system was past it's sell by date and needed replacement.
The faults of the new tax were that it was awkward to collect, brought into the local taxpaying regime people who had never contributed and it was the tories who brought it in. Other than that, what is wrong with everybody paying something?

As for the NC, Mrs T. was the fist prime minister to accept that the education system was in a mess and was (still is) getting worse. The NC and OFTURD were mistakes, but a bigger mistake would have been to follow the example of her predecessors and do nothing.

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