Kind of distant form of ignorance I would say.UKIP is not going to win the General Election and might get a few seats and the Liberal Democrats will get kicked so following your rather weird thinking we would get the Labour lot and that crowd of idiots who created the financial mess last time. Small wonder they got their lwoest votes for ages.Milliband as Prime Minister? ugh. Every time a Labour Government hasd left office they leave behind a financial mess. What we have seen of modern times is a drift from the major parties and that only betters democracy but at the last General Election it would have been better for Cameron to have just run a minority government with his own party rather than with the LibDems. Progress in financial matters and according to the IMF GB will have the fastest growing economy in Europe. Unemployment down, people misusing the Welfare system bow seeing over 100,000 back in work! I have worked out with that answer you are an American but thought you had worked out the proper use of grey cells! For any negatives he has the alternative is a potential disaster.
It was the IMF that stated Great Britain would have the fastest growing economy in Europe and there are not just signs but actual happenings.
Quote from: rjhowie on 2015-01-27, 22:19:43It was the IMF that stated Great Britain would have the fastest growing economy in Europe and there are not just signs but actual happenings.Ireland 3 percent for 2015. UK 2.7 . This is according you the IMF, Howie. Beware the Celtic Tiger. He growls and shows his teeth and claws again. You made the same mistake the Republicans did with California in assuming a temporary situation is permanent. In another thread, you had the idiocy to call Ireland a failed state just because the recession hit them hard. But now Eire is back and once again outpacing Britain, as God intended.
I doubt that because God is English.
Quote from: string on 2015-02-05, 04:53:08I doubt that because God is English.No, the Devil is English because the Devil is real.
But seriously - where did you get the 3% figure? Early forecasts in the spring were about 2%,
Looking ahead, the Central Bank says that it is expected that, this year and next, exports will return to growing broadly in line with projected growth in external demand. Helped by Ireland's trade links with the more strongly growing US and UK markets, this will continue to generate a strong growth rate for exports, although representing a slowdown as compared to 2014. On the domestic side, an improving labour market and rising real disposable incomes should lend greater support to consumer spending in 2015 and 2016, though high levels of indebtedness remain a headwind to any strong recovery in consumption. While moderating slightly from its current rate, investment is projected to grow solidly in coming years, continuing to rebound from the earlier extended period during which investment had fallen to relatively low levels."Taking account of these developments suggests a stronger outturn for GDP growth last year, and also a slightly stronger outlook for this year, than previously forecast. As a result of the exceptional strength of export growth in 2014, GDP is now estimated to have grown by 5.1% last year. Reflecting a favourable outlook for consumer and investment spending this year, GDP growth of 3.7% is forecast for 2015, an upward revision of 0.3% relative to the previous projection, while the forecast for GNP growth of 3.3% is 0.2% higher."
Let's hope that the English God can save us!
Hillary or Jeb? Take your pick
As usual from outside, foreigners always say "England" when it should be Britain.
I'd remind people here at DnD that the most famous debate in U.S. history (...by reference) is the Lincoln-Douglas debates -- which gave Douglas the contested seat! If actual issues are debated their denouement may be quite far off.
Oak, which TV news anchor hosted that debate? How many channels carried it? (Back when I was a kid, political debates between the two major candidates got carried by all the channels, today that doesn't happen.) Who was the host of the show?
No matter what country does a television date I am off them and base my decision on a broader and less emotional charged thing.
Quote from: rjhowie on 2015-08-13, 19:59:58As usual from outside, foreigners always say "England" when it should be Britain.Not when I mean ENGLAND! I know the difference.The Devil? He was born in London, hence fundamentally English.
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