Fear Brown

Tony Blair’s resignation means Gordon Brown will almost certainly be Prime Minister in 6 weeks. He’s said to admire the US, but based on his treatment of Wolfowitz, he’s just another Pelosi-style appeaser. That’s bad news for Brits.

Blair:

Tony Blair will resign as Prime Minister on June 27 after admitting today that he had not always lived up to the public’s high expectations when he entered Downing Street a decade ago.

I’d rate Blair B+ for vision and E- for execution – a tragic combination, although quite predictable for a lawyer.

Brown has been Blair’s bean counter, and has ramped inflation to 3.9%, eroded its economic freedom, pushed Brit taxes above German levels and increased public expenditure to a record percentage of GNP by “stealth taxes”. For example, as competition cut the cost of air travel, he slyly increased taxes on it to keep the end user cost constant:

Cost of a flight to New York:

  • 1997 – £329 (of which taxes £24);
  • 2007 – £348 (of which taxes £208).
  • More seriously, he supports the apologist for the biggest fraud in history now shooting for Wolfowitz’s job:

    A former World Bank official himself and ally of soon-to-be British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Mr. Malloch Brown would almost surely be a leading candidate to replace Mr. Wolfowitz should he step down. Not surprisingly, Gordon Brown cold-shouldered Mr. Wolfowitz at a recent meeting in Brussels.

    This makes Gordon Brown a Dem, which means Brits face appeasement and defeat in the fight against Islamic terror. And all those taxes will eventually cause the economy to tank.

    After a year of this guy, the Brits will feel deeply nostalgic for Blair.

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    One Response to Fear Brown

    1. [T5D] Blog says:

      Tony Blair to stand down, Cameron vs Gordon

      The great man has finally announced his resignation – 27th August.
      Brown
      So what next? It would appear to be extremely certain that we will get Gordon Brown as the next Prime Minister. Where I stand regarding my opinion of Gordon Brown I am not current…

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