22 August 2008

Talking the Talk

If Labour politicians find Thatcher's economic policies as abhorrent as they claim to find them, why have they not spent the last 11 years in Downing Street attempting to reverse them?

And why is Iain Gray - the loudest of the people screeching about Alex Salmond's interview where he suggested that Thatcher's economic policies were not quite as disastrous as her social policies - advocating a deal with the Tories over Council Tax, only for them to knock him back?

Oh, the likes of Gray talk the talk, but since 1997, they've failed spectacularly to walk the walk.