Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Is May worse than Brown?

Hmm....


  May Brown
  Policies Management Competence
     
Positives Brexit  
  No Spending Splurge  
  Nationalising Banks  
  No Euro  
     
Negatives PC drivel like equal pay Mandelson
  Dementia taxes Phone throwing
  Great Crash McBride
  Spending Splurge Non Election
  Selling gold at $300 Walking into Cupboard
  Tax Credits 2017 Election
  Energy Policy screw-ups Reshuffles jokes
  Hinkley point Conference speech
    Dodging Corbyn debates
    2017 Manifesto
     

10 comments:

Electro-Kevin said...

That you're making a comparison says it all.

Bill Quango MP said...

The Old PM comparison.

It was said if Margaret Thatcher had to make a difficult decision she would stay up all night reading the documents. Then inform the cabinet of her decision in the morning.

John Major stayed up all night reading the documents. And asked the cabinet to make a decision in the morning.

Tony Blair had someone summarise the documents for him. He sought a decision from the inner sofa cabinet in the morning.

Gordon Brown stayed up all night reading the documents. In the morning he asked for more documents.

David Cameron had someone else read all the documents while he was asleep. In the morning he'd ask for a precis and make an Old Etonian's club decision without telling the Lib Dems.

Theresa May stayed up all night reading the documents. Discussed them in the morning with the cabinet, where the cabinet secretary then told her what to do.

Nick Drew said...

and Alec Douglas Home took out a box of matches to halp with the sums

CityUnslicker said...

BQ that would have been a better post!

miker22 said...

Tony Blair would have asked Alastair Campbell which decision would have made him look better.

john cheshire said...

I remember hearing a statement by someone famous; I forget who it was; who said something along the lines that all happy people tend to be happy in a similar way but unhappy people tend to be unhappy in different ways.

Well I think the statement kind of applies to incompetent people; incompetent people tend to be incompetent in different ways, and your two examples would seem to support that assertion.

DJK said...

jc: "Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." (Tolstoy, Anna Karenina)

Electro-Kevin said...

Happy people are generally mad.

They are happy because they have no awareness of the shittiness of the situation.

Anonymous said...

There is a difference between being competent, or a genius like Trump, and being lucky. She looks to be lucky as the latest economic figures show

“There was strong and widespread growth across manufacturing with notable increases from renewable energy projects, boats, planes and cars for export. However, despite a small increase in November 2017, construction again contracted in the last three months, with private house building providing the only positive news in the sector.

“The trade deficit narrowed in the last three months, due mainly to increased exports of services, shipments of works of art and cars. Over the last year exports of goods, particularly cars, machinery and crude oil, have continued to increase, and at a faster rate than imports."


When there is a rising tide of economic activity, you can't see those swimming without their cossie as Warren Buffett tells it. There are a few floaters in the current government who are just drifting with the tides.


Anonymous said...

"they have no awareness of the shittiness of the situation"
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"There are a few floaters in the current government"

LOL