Tuesday, 17 February 2015

EASY GUIDE TO TAX AVOIDANCE FOR TORIES AND TO YOUTUBE/TWITTER DELETION FOR JIM MURPHY

Labour can't afford to have a similar flow chart constructed because Ed Balls, unlike Gidiot Osborne, absolutely refuses to allow anyone to do anything on the side, and demands receipts from everyone, unless it's going on his parliamentary expenses... presumably that includes his window cleaner, in which case... who cares?

In other news Jim Murphy has been obliged to delete a Tweet and a Youtube video complaining about the poor performance of the Scottish Health Service, when compared to the English Health Service, after his researchers managed to mix up the figures. 

Instead of apologising to NHS Scotland staff for the lie, as he was rightly asked to by the Cabinet Secretary for Health, Shona Robison, he blamed the mistake on Scottish Ministers. This, of course is Labour's modus operandi. No matter what goes wrong, blame the SNP or the Scottish government, or anyone the hell else, but not themselves.

Let's just remember that the majority of the staff in the health service work bloody hard, and that we would be lost without them. Have a go at Ministers, by all means, if you will, Jim. Take on Shona Robison, she's more than equal to it, but show some respect for the staff working hard on insufficient money to care for the sick.

There is an excellent comment on Jim's faux pas here from Derek Bateman.

14 comments:

  1. No doubt BBC Labour will be highlighting Jim and his lies!

    Ivan McKee - Scotland's Economy

    Starts 7.15pm

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    1. I'm sure the airwaves will be full of it and Jim will be hauled in to explain himself... unless it's a busy news day and the fact that Mrs McTavish's cat is stuck up a tree will force them to pass on that...

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    2. STV news were taking dim Jim's point of view, they think they are rerunning the referendum. They won, they seem not to have come to terms with that, perhaps feeling guilty, no doubt it. More likely afeared of their job prospects, come May.

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  2. tris

    Thats not a Guide its the Tory DNA helix

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    1. Which is prevalent in No voters as they prefer the Tories over indy.

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    2. LOL... Niko. I guess so.

      I was fascinated though, CH, to see the number of different combinations that the parties had come up with.

      Brits aren't very sophisticated when it comes to voting, I guess because under their antiquated system they get strong governments on 30% of the vote! Something most people wouldn't accept in a heartbeat.

      But it seems that Labour would prefer Tory and Tory would prefer Labour over they SNP having some sort of voice for Scotland... Seriously who would be more hassle to the Westminster establishment. a bunch of 30 SNP MPs, or the likes of Dougie Alexander and Margrit Curran busting their britches to get absolutely sod all for Scotland.

      Vote Liberal get tORY; vOTE sn

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    3. tris

      anything but the snp.............

      ch

      get over it your like a boring broken record

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    4. That's a revealing statement Nico. You'd rather the continuation of Tory cuts, than a strong voice against such draconian measures; surely not.

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    5. Niko... I'd like to hear what you think about that too.

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  3. Niko,

    With his track record what is your honest opinion regarding the possibility of the revolting Murphy becoming First Minister of Scotland?

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    1. I'd like to know your answer to that too.

      I 'd love to know what Murphy feels about the slaughter of Palestinian children at the moment, but the BBC is never going to talk about that!

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