Gordon's big lie

At a Labour Activists' meeting this afternoon, the Prime Minister said the following:

“If we believe that people should be responsible and people should act fairly and we should be fair to others, then it is our duty to make sure in our politics, in our economy, in our society, that’s what happens.”

This message of reducing inequality in society would be honourable if only the Labour Party, under his economic stewardship, had not failed so miserably at this task since being in power.

Take the following four examples:
The PM and his advisers do really live in a fantasy world if they think that their policies, over the last twelve years, have been fair to the poorest in our society. Indeed, his mismanagement of the economy has made things worse, and not better, for millions of people in this country.

Whilst Labour politicians bleat incessantly that the 'global' recession is everyone else's fault, the simple fact of the matter remains - they have squandered hundreds of billions of pounds of taxpayers' money on initiative after initiative and yet the poorest in our society are not only no better off, but in some instances, are worst off (and that was before we experienced our current economic woes of the last few months).

The Prime Minister shouldn't resign because he is losing interanl support within his party, he should resign because he has let this country down and broken his promise to help the poorest in our society.

That is the main reason why he should go, and go quickly.

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